Description: Group of 5 Monuments About 8 Yards South and South-East of the Vestry of the Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 30 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 155298
OS Grid Reference: SO5204623930
OS Grid Coordinates: 352046, 223930
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9118, -2.6985
TRETIRE WITH MICHAELCHURCH CP TRETIRE
SO 52 SW
6/141 Group of five monuments
about 8 yards south and
south-east of the vestry
of the Church of St Mary
Chest tomb for Thomas Sternhold, died 1796. Finely cut sandstone ashlar.
Moulded base and flat moulded capping, through balusters to ends, fluted
cornice decoration, quadrant corners to side panels.
Chest tomb for Thomas Sternhold II, died 1802. Finely cut sandstone. Flat
moulded capping, flat end panels and side panels with quadrant corners to
Chest tomb for the wife of William Marfell, 1832. Sandstone ashlar. Moulded
base and hipped capping, corner balusters and quadrant corners with paterae
to margins of side panels.
Pedestal tomb for Sophia Marfell, died 1847. Sandstone ashlar. Deeply
moulded base and cornice with stepped capping and moulded base to square
and curved hipped finial; fluted frieze; side panels with inverted batters
and deeply moulded margins.
Chest tomb for Thomas Price, died 1836. Sandstone ashlar. Deeply moulded
base, moulded hipped capping, deep frieze supported by fluted and gadrooned
corner balusters; advanced side panels with moulded margins in corners of
which are interlaced foliated designs.
Listing NGR: SO5204623930
Source: English Heritage
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