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Description: Birt and Four Unidentified Monuments, About 20m North of End of Nave, in Churchyard of Church of St
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132458
OS Grid Reference: SO8101410446
OS Grid Coordinates: 381014, 210446
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7923, -2.2767
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HARESFIELD HARESFIELD VILLAGE
SO 81 SW
4/199 Birt and four Unidentified
Monuments, about 20m north of end
of nave, in churchyard of Church
of St. Peter
Chest tomb, Samuel Birt, marked 1712/13, and four unidentified
headstones of early/mid C18. Limestone. Chest with flat top,
moulded plinth and capping, lyre ends. Very richly carved with
cartouche to south, swag to north with flanking reliefs, ends have
carved returns, cartouche to west, skulls in shell to east.
Headstone immediately to south, 1715, with swags and hourglass,
plain slab and footstone.
Three headstones to east - 2 large with 2 cherubs over oval panel
to left, one cherub head to right with edge in shape of wings and
clasped book with swag.
Listing NGR: SO8101410446
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Source: English Heritage
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