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Tomb Chest to Captain John Curling and Group of 6 Headstones About 15-20 Metres East of Mausoleum, Ramsgate

Description: Tomb Chest to Captain John Curling and Group of 6 Headstones About 15-20 Metres East of Mausoleum

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171840

OS Grid Reference: TR3695865365
OS Grid Coordinates: 636958, 165365
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3380, 1.4007

Location: St Lawrence Chase, Margate, Kent CT11 9RJ

Locality: Ramsgate
Local Authority: Thanet District Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT11 9RJ

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Listing Text

TR 3665 SE
6/211 Tomb chest to
Captain John
Curling and
group of 6
about 15-20
metres east of
Tomb chest to Captain John Curling, d.1779. Grey marble and white stone.
Weathered base with heavy corner piers, square with nailhead enriched
arrisses. Moulded and inscribed top slab. South-facing panel inscribed:
Tomb of
John Curling with coat of Arms.
Born 1710 Died 1779
Headstone about 10 metres north-west to Daniel, John, George and Joseph,
the sons of Daniel and Ann Wood, d. before 1772. About 2 feet high with
scalloped Rocaille head. Adjacent to the north the headstone to Daniel and
Ann Wood, c.1784, about 3½ feet high with scrolled Rocaille head with
cherub. The headstone has been reversed, the "front" face now inscribed
to Hinds family. Headstone to William Fox d.1779. About 3 feet high
with festooned sides to inscription panel and with scrolled cornice with
Rocaille shoulders and gadrooned urn with palm fronds. Headstone to Henry
White, d.1775. About 3 feet high with scrolled cornice, scalloped shoulders,
shell keystone and winged cherub head in sunburst. Headstone to James
Bullock, d.1770. About 2 feet high with Rocaille scrolled head with palm
fronds. Headstone about 5 metres east-south-east of Curling tomb.
Illegible name, d.1804. About 3 feet high with segmental head depicting
military trophies.

Listing NGR: TR3695865365

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Source: English Heritage

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