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Description: Churchyard Cross and Sundial About 20 Yards South of the Easternmost Nave Window of the South Side o
Date Listed: 30 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 155238
OS Grid Reference: SO4961624312
OS Grid Coordinates: 349616, 224312
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9151, -2.7339
ST WEONARDS CP -
SO 42 SE Churchyard cross and
sundial about 20 yards
5/81 south of the easternmost
nave window of the south
side of the Church of
Base of churchyard cross with shaft supporting sundial. Base probably C15;
shaft probably late C19 with possibly slightly earlier sundial, inscribed
"Bate, London". Sandstone ashlar. Octagonal base has moulded top edge;
the west side has a niche with a 2-centred head in a moulded square-headed
surround. Upper base of octagonal shaft is a square with corner chamfers
brought up to an octagon. Fluted C19 or early C20 octagonal capital acts
as table for copper sundial (RCHM Vol I, p 229).
Listing NGR: SO4961624312
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Source: English Heritage
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