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Description: Group of 4 Headstones and 2 Pairs of Headstones, in the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary Magdalen
Date Listed: 25 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134605
OS Grid Reference: SO9204426054
OS Grid Coordinates: 392044, 226054
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9329, -2.1171
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SO 92 NW UCKINGTON ELMSTONE HARDWICKE
7/197 Group of 4 headstones and 2 pairs of
headstones, in the churchyard of the
Church of St Mary Magdalene, immed-
iately south-east of the south-east
corner of the south aisle
Row of 4 headstones. Left-hand headstone. Early C18.
Sandstone to Mary Cook, wife of William Cook. The lower part of
the headstone is obscured by the ground level.
Unidentified headstone to the right. Early C18. Raised oval
inscription plaque within a cartouche-like surround. Pair of
winged cherubs' heads one in each of the upper corners.
Headstone to John Butt, died 1711 to the right. Sunken
inscription plaque within a scrollwork surround.
Unidentified headstone to the right of the latter. Late, C17-early
C18. Pair of winged cherubs' heads towards the top. Swag draped
over the heads and down the sides.
Pair of headstones cl.5m to the east. Left-hand headstone.
Limestone. Large incised initials 'I.B.' with foliate carving at
Right-hand headstone to Elizabeth Butt, died 1670. Large scallop-
shell motif centre top. Intertwined tassels, rope and foliate
decoration either side.
Pair of headstones cl.5m to the east. Left-hand headstone
segmental-headed with a partially legible inscription to Elizabeth
----------, died 1696. Heavy drapery at top and sides.
Right-hand headstone. Segmental-headed with a partially legible
inscription in italics. Pair of crossed palm leaf fronds above
Listing NGR: SO9204426054
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