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Description: Lewis and 4 Unidentified Monuments Circa 17 Metres North West Corner of Tower in Churchyard to Churc
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133382
OS Grid Reference: SO8662409651
OS Grid Coordinates: 386624, 209651
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7854, -2.1953
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PAINSWICK NEW STREET
SO 8609 (part)
9/195 Lewis and 4 unidentified
monuments c.17 m north-
west corner of tower in
churchyard of the Church -
of St Mary
Pedestal tomb and 4 headstones. C18. Limestone.
(a) Lofty pedestal tomb, high moulded capping to flat cornice and moulding,
raised moulding circular panels east and west, sunk embellished mould north and
south, high moulded base on 2-step sub-base and platform, formerly railed.
Mainly illegible but a date 1774 decipherable. The 1879 survey records Joseph
Lewis 1807 and John Gardner 1774.
(b) Flanking (a), two headstones in line each to north and south. Two to left
(north) have segmental heads and rich rococo cartouches with cherubs' heads; to
the right, similar, one with good cartouche surround.
Listing NGR: SO8662409651
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Source: English Heritage
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