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Description: Four Unidentified Monuments, About 1m South of 2nd and 3rd Aisle Windows from East in Churchyard of
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132310
OS Grid Reference: SO7827605756
OS Grid Coordinates: 378276, 205756
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7501, -2.3161
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Four Unidentified Monuments,
about lm south of 2nd and 3rd aisle
windows from east in churchyard of
Church of St. Michael and All Angels
Four chest tombs. Unidentified, probably mid C18. Limestone.
Flat tops, moulded cappings, plinths not visible for all. Lyre
ends with high relief carving. Two central tombs in very poor
repair at time of survey (November 1985) and all partially
overgrown. Chest to west in best state with oval wreathed panel
and flanking foliage or cherubs and skulls set into large moulded
rectangular panels on both sides.
Listing NGR: SO7827605756
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Source: English Heritage
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