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Lovering and Two Salcomb Monuments in the Churchyard of the Church of St Lawrence Circa 5 Metres Eas, Sandhurst

Description: Lovering and Two Salcomb Monuments in the Churchyard of the Church of St Lawrence Circa 5 Metres Eas

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 134249

OS Grid Reference: SO8280023322
OS Grid Coordinates: 382800, 223322
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9082, -2.2514

Location: Sandhurst, Gloucestershire GL2 9NS

Locality: Sandhurst
Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL2 9NS

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Listing Text

SO 82 SW
5/129 Lovering and two Salcomb monument
in the churchyard of the Church o
St. Lawrence c5m east of nave


Chest tomb c5m north of nave to Alice Salcomb, died (?) 1768 and
Mary her daughter, died 1773. Brick plinth with stone capping,
tomb limstone with sandstone capping. Oval inscrption plaque on
north side with raised 4-petal flower decoration, foliate mouldings
at corners, marginal fielded panels set back left and right.
Similar but illegible inscription plaque on south side. Sunken
panel at east end with open book on crossed palm leaves, cable
moulded and 4-petal flower decoration below, rosettes and egg and
dart moulding above. Faces of 2 winged cherubs at west end with
crown of glory at centre above with clouds either side. Mouldings
at east end. Capping with moulded margin.
Tomb formerly lay within a cast iron railing. Tomb cl.5m south of
preceding tomb, to Bodw-l William (?) Lovering. C17. Limestone
with sandstone capping. Fielded inscription panels on sides.
Inscription to Bodw-l Lovering on south side flanked by foliate
scrollwork. Incomplete inscription to Henry Clark, died 1830 with
sunken marginal panels on north side. Faces of two winged cherub
at west end with clouds above beams of light from bottom of cloud.
Square panel with moulded margin at east end. Capping with moulded
Tomb c0.5m south of preceding tomb, to William Salcomb, died 1760
and Rachel his wife. Limestone. Raised inscription panels on both
sides flanked by hanging foliate decoration. Sunken rectangular
panels at either end. Tomb formerly stood within cast iron

Listing NGR: SO8280023322

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Source: English Heritage

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