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Description: Two Monuments in Churchyard, About 1m South of Tower, Church of St Giles
Date Listed: 26 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134352
OS Grid Reference: SO8136521649
OS Grid Coordinates: 381365, 221649
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8931, -2.2722
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MAISEMORE CHURCH ROAD
Two monuments in churchyard, about
lm south of tower, Church of
Pedestal and chest tombs. Early C19. Stone. Thomas White,
died 1814, wife 1787. Pedestal, square dome, step to lid, moulded
edge; raised margin to sides, moulded top to plinth, wide stone
base at ground level. Indented corners to whole. Same design
as Griffiths monument in churchyard, (q.v.). Chest tomb to south,
E. Middleton, died 1810. Flat lid, moulded edge, raised panels to
sides, with moulded edge: wide pilasters to ends, egg and dart
'capital', sunk panel to stem: moulded base. Later inscriptions.
Listing NGR: SO8136521649
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Source: English Heritage
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