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Description: Vallender and Syms Monuments, in Churchyard, About 7m South of East End of Nave, Church of St Giles
Date Listed: 26 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134355
OS Grid Reference: SO8138021644
OS Grid Coordinates: 381380, 221644
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8930, -2.2720
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MAISEMORE CHURCH ROAD
8/64 Vallender and Syms monuments, in
churchyard, about 7m south of east
end of nave, Church of St. Giles
Chest tombs. Late C18, early C19. Stone. Northern to
Vallender family, weathered top, step to lid, square-cut edge with
inset crenellated moulding. Sides recessed oval with fluted
corners, set back each end with reeded fan; ends as sides.
Stepped base. Commemorates Thomas Vallender, date illegible,
Esther his wife, died 1779, with later inscriptions: date of
monument may be 1842. To south, N. Syms monument, died 1799:
flat lid, moulded edge, raised panel each side, ends wide
pilasters, with raised panel on stem. Moulded top to plinth,
stone base at ground level. Later inscriptions.
Listing NGR: SO8138021644
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Source: English Heritage
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