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Description: Gardner and One Unidentified Monuments South of South Aisle to the Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133418
OS Grid Reference: SO8666309622
OS Grid Coordinates: 386663, 209622
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7851, -2.1947
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PAINSWICK NEW STREET
SO 8609 (part)
(south east side)
9/231 Gardner and one unidenti-
fied monument c.7 m south
of south aisle to the
Church of St Mary
(a) Square pedestal tomb. 1801, to Captain James Gardner. Sandstone and lime-
stone. Square domed capping, formerly with finial, on 3-step capping to moulded
edge, all in sandstone, over badly weathered limestone chest section with quar-
ter balusters, fluted and moulded frieze, bolstered panels, on sandstone moulded
base and 2-step platform, formerly railed. Not now legible, but 1879 survey
records Gardner. Treated with silicone spray in 1973.
(b) Headstone c.2 m south of last. Mid C18, limestone. Shaped top, 2 cherub
heads, floral margins, raised panel mould swept out at foot. Not legible.
Listing NGR: SO8666309622
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Source: English Heritage
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