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Description: Mausoleum in North West Corner of Churchyard at Church of St Martin
Date Listed: 8 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 162875
OS Grid Reference: TL1783124838
OS Grid Coordinates: 517831, 224838
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9096, -0.2884
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TL 1724 PRESTON CHURCH LANE
8/83 Mausoleum in NW corner
of churchyard at
Church of St. Martin
Mausoleum. Inscribed 'BARRINGTON/WHITE/A1906D' over entrance in E end.
Shelly white limestone ashlar entirely, with stone corbelled steep roof.
Cast bronze doors. A small rectangular building about 4M x 3M and 4M
tall to apex. Entrance in E gable end. Pitched steep roof of 10
weathered stone offsets to about 1M from ground. Chamfered plinth,
corner- and mid-pilaster and 3 large projecting blocks in each of 2 bays
below eaves. Rear plain ashlar with small cross shaped and two
square-within-circle openings high up, heavy portal a narrower
continuation of the roof with grooved and chamfered eaves band. Gable
capped by a small celtic cross largely cut in relief. Recessed surround
to central doorway with truncated pointed head with cross-shaped vent at
top. Moulded battens divide small panels of double doors with circular
bosses at intersections with cross on each. Scale-vents in upper part.
Listing NGR: TL1783124838
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Source: English Heritage
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