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Description: Parry Monument in the Churchyard, About 8m East of South-East Corner of Chancel, Church of the Holy
Date Listed: 26 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134345
OS Grid Reference: SO7966419537
OS Grid Coordinates: 379664, 219537
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8740, -2.2968
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HIGHNAM HIGHNAM VILLAGE
Parry monument in the churchyard,
about 8m east of south-east corner
of chancel, Church of the Holy
Coped tomb. Henry Parry, died 1860, by H. Woodyer. Stone,
slightly tapered to foot. Coped top, tall, floriate cross on
ridge, 4-step base, roll moulding to edge of top: trefoil canopy
over head of cross, with carved spandrels, crocketed finials each
side and leaf finial centre. Top set on larger coped section,
lettering on south side slope; chamfered top to plinth below, all
on stone paving at ground level. Commemorates brother of Thomas
(T.J. Fenton, A. History and Guide to the Church of the Holy
Innocents, Highnam, 1985)
Listing NGR: SO7966419537
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Source: English Heritage
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