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Description: Five Unidentified Monuments, About 2-8m in Line South of South-East Aisle Window in Churchyard of Ch
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132311
OS Grid Reference: SO7828005754
OS Grid Coordinates: 378280, 205754
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7501, -2.3160
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13/52 Five Unidentified Monuments, about
2-8m in line south of south-east
aisle window in churchyard of Church
of St. Michael and All Angels
Five chest tombs. Unidentified, probably early or mid C18.
Limestone. Flat tops, all moulded plinth and capping, some on
bases. Two with lyre ends with high relief carving to ends and
sides; furthest south with gadrooned quarter balusters, cartouche
ends and plain moulded side panels; two with plainer carved
panels. All very overgrown at time of survey (November 1985) and
mostly in poor state of repair.
Listing NGR: SO7828005754
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Source: English Heritage
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