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Description: Two Free Standing Wall Monuments and Headstone with Barrel Tomb, About 45 Metres North West of Churc
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171837
OS Grid Reference: TR3697865352
OS Grid Coordinates: 636978, 165352
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3378, 1.4009
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RAMSGATE HIGH STREET
TR 3665 SE
6/208 Two free standing
and headstone with
west of Church
of St. Laurence
Wall monuments and headstone. Thomas Elgar, d.1851. Free standing
aedicule of rendered masonry, about 8 feet high, with panelled pilasters
and open pediment with demi-angel on foliate bracket (a Gothick device)
and panel below with moulded architrave. About 10 metres west, on 6
feet high rendered brick wall, with pediment shaped cornice, and
pedimented wall plaque, illegible, with apron missing. About 5 metres
north of Elgar tomb a headstone to William Shottewoode, d.1806. About
4 feet high, with a heart-shaped recess carved with an eagle on a rock,
with a sun to left and a motto to right. Barrel tomb attached.
Listing NGR: TR3697865352
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Source: English Heritage
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