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Description: 6 Headstones in Line in Churchyard, Beginning 1m South of South-West Corner of Transept, Church of S
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134847
OS Grid Reference: SP0689034309
OS Grid Coordinates: 406890, 234309
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0072, -1.9010
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STANTON CHURCH LANE
11/65 Six headstones in line in church-
yard, beginning lm south of south-
west corner of transept, Church of
St Michael and All Angels
Headstones. C17, C18. Stone. Northernmost, Thomas Pound, died
1760: cambered top, slight scroll shaping, low relief strapwork
carving to head, good lettering, some copperplate scrolling.
Adjoining, to south, unidentified; cambered head, low relief
carving; inscription weathered off. Next, ogee top, deep
rectangular recess in face, M E in block capitals in relief.
Fourth, thick stone, chamfer to back, elliptical top, projecting as
hood at front; face recessed with rosette at top, inscription
weathered; 1680 on back. Fifth gabled top, moulded surround to
oval panel with winged heads above on each side forming pediment,
framing stylized tree of life. Inscription weathered, date 170-.
Recessed panel on rear. Sixth, elliptical head, winged cherub's
head in top, above deep recess: inscription weathered. Row of
best surviving of good C17 and C18 headstones in churchyard.
Listing NGR: SP0689034309
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