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All the Medieval Monuments, C18 Font and C18 Sundial in Garden of No 1 (Windyridge), Hedon

Description: All the Medieval Monuments, C18 Font and C18 Sundial in Garden of No 1 (Windyridge)

Grade: II
Date Listed: 22 February 1979
English Heritage Building ID: 166398

OS Grid Reference: TA1874528776
OS Grid Coordinates: 518745, 428776
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7418, -0.2010

Location: Ivy Lane, Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire HU12 8JB

Locality: Hedon
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HU12 8JB

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Listing Text

(West Side)
All the medieval monuments,
C18 font and C18 sundial
in garden of No 1 (Windyridge)
TA 1828 NE 1/53
Part of the collection of James Iveson (who lived in No 3 (Ivy House) Market
Hill, qv, from 1807), taken from various East Riding churches.
1. Chamfered 2-centred arch. Reputedly from Hilston. About 3 yds from north-west
corner of house.
2. Octagonal pier with moulded capital, head cemented in to east side.
Reputedly from Kilnsea. About 2 yds from east side of house.
3. Jambs and lintel of a door. Reputedly from Keyingham. Head from "Albina's Tomb"
No 3 Market Hill. About 15 yds west of house.
4. Octagonal font, apparently C15, but the carvings are supposed to be C19.
Five yds south of 3.
5. Cusped 2-centred arch. Reputedly from Kilnsea. Just south of 3.
6. C18 octagonal vase-shaped font. Five yds south of house.
7. Two C13 capitals with nailhead ornament, and stiff-leaf corbels attached
to sides. Reputed to have come from a bank in Bull. Three yds from south-west
corner of house.
8. C18 sundial, vase-shaped with gadrooned top: copper dial, inscribed in
contemporary lettering. Ten yds south of house.
9. Basin: circular with 4 projections, on moulded base with frieze of ivy
leaves. Base possibly C13. Between north-east corner of house and garden gate.
10. Grotesque head, probably a corbel. Reputedly from Kilnsea. About 3 yds
from north-west corner of the house.

Listing NGR: TA1874528776

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Source: English Heritage

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