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Description: Group of 10 Monuments in the Churchyard Approximately 2 Metres South of Tower to Church of St Andrew
Date Listed: 24 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 132724
OS Grid Reference: SO9361608925
OS Grid Coordinates: 393616, 208925
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7790, -2.0939
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SO 9308 MISERDEN MISERDEN VILLAGE
10/165 Group of 10 monuments in the church-
yard approximately 2m south of tower
to Church of St Andrew
One chest tomb and one 'tea caddy'; 8 headstones. Late C17-early
C19. Limestone, some brass plates to ledger slabs. Group
comprises; hexagonal 'tea caddy' with fluted frieze, round-topped
panel to each face having symbols of death below; moulded cornice
top with domical gadrooned capping and acorn finial; inscriptions
illegible. Rectangular chest tomb with baluster-shaped ends; side
panels with egg and dart border to north, fielded panel to south;
cyma moulded top. Inscribed on south side to JOHN BRADLEY, died
1859 - tomb appears mid C18 design. Two rows of C17 headstones, 2
very large. Four brass plates on ledger slabs, inscribed to
WILLIAM HAMBLING HERBERT, died 1791; PETER HERBERT, died 1776;
MARY DOUDIN, died 1783; and ANN COATES, died 1772.
Listing NGR: SO9361608925
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Source: English Heritage
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