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Description: Eight Niblett Monuments, About 5m North of End of Nave in Churchyard of Church of St Peter
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132459
OS Grid Reference: SO8101210427
OS Grid Coordinates: 381012, 210427
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7922, -2.2767
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HARESFIELD HARESFIELD VILLAGE
SO 81 SW
4/200 Eight Niblett Monuments, about 5m
north of end of nave in churchyard
of Church of St. Peter
Three chest tombs and five headstone in 2 lines. From north to
south and west to east: limestone.
Row 1: Samuel Niblett 1756; Hannah Niblett 1792; one plain
square headstone of early C18 with recessed panel.
Both chest tombs with flat tops, moulded plinth and capping.
Samuel - lyre ends with low relief returns and ends, cartouche to
north and flanking reliefs; plain fielded rectangular panel to
south with flattened scroll relief. Hannah - on base, gadrooned
quarter balusters, rope moulded ovals to sides with sheaves of corn
to south in spandrels, recessed high relief to ends with urn to
west, crown and cherubs to east.
Row 2: Chest to John Niblett 1721 - flat top, moulded plinth and
capping, gadrooned quarter balusters, small end cartouches and
plain recessed squares to sides with flanking low relief panels.
Four headstones in line to south probably of early C18, all with
carved surrounds and cherubs' heads.
Listing NGR: SO8101210427
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Source: English Heritage
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