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Description: Two Gardner and One Unidentified Monument Circa 4 Metres South East of Holder Monument in Churchyard
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133381
OS Grid Reference: SO8661809638
OS Grid Coordinates: 386618, 209638
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7852, -2.1954
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PAINSWICK NEW STREET
SO 8609 (part)
9/194 Two Gardner and one
c.4 m south-east of Holder
monument in churchyard of
the Church of St Mary
Two chest tombs and one headstone. Early C18. Limestone.
(a) Chest tomb, flat base to cyma edge, lyre ends - that to west badly broken -
raised mould panels supported by flaming torches and emblems including skull;
cavetto base. Elliptical south panel has some lettering, including Luke
Gardner, 1729: he was a tallow chandler.
(b) chest tomb, flat table to cyma edge, lyre ends - that to west badly worn -
bolection mould panels with supporting pilasters; base sink at time of survey
(1984) not legible, but recorded in 1879 survey as Dorwood Gardner, 1717, aged
(c) Headstone, facing east, and immediately to east of (a). Cherub with wings
and drapes to sunk square panel, some lettering but not decipherable.
Listing NGR: SO8661809638
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