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Description: Bliss and Two Unidentified Monuments Circa 17 Metres East of Chancel in Churchyard of the Church of
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133409
OS Grid Reference: SO8670109645
OS Grid Coordinates: 386701, 209645
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7853, -2.1942
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PAINSWICK NEW STREET
SO 8609 (part)
(south east side)
9/222 Bliss and two unidentified
monuments c.17 m east of
chancel in churchyard of
the Church of St Mary
Chest tomb, one headstone and one footstone. Late C17 and early C18. Lime-
(a) Chest tomb, thick flat table to moulded edge, lyre ends, north sunk bolec-
tion moulded edge panel with drapes, south with bolection mould panel, flared
base. Inscriptions not legible, but 1879 survey gives Thomas Bliss, 1714, which
is appropriate to the design.
(b) East-facing headstone, C18, angel head and drapes.
(c) Footstone with deep-set panel in heavy surround, late C17. Lies c.3 m
south-west of (a).
Listing NGR: SO8670209644
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Source: English Heritage
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