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Description: Churchyard Wall and Gates to North, East and West of Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 178149
OS Grid Reference: TR3112554790
OS Grid Coordinates: 631125, 154790
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2454, 1.3102
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EASTRY CHURCH STREET
13/118 Churchyard wall
and gates to north,
east and west of
Church of St. Mary
Churchyard wall and gates. C18 and earlier. Flint with red brick upper
courses and coping and cast iron gates. Approximately 5 feet high,
extending about 15 feet to left of double gates with spear-headed
uprights, sweeping transom rails with single rail overthrow and lamp
with finial top. Gate to right is a timber gate with horizontal timber
rail across lower middle, a diagonal timber rail across upper half of
gate and inset spear-headed uprights and wall about 35 yards in length,
with dogtooth cornice to coping, returned to nroth and east of church
and forming churchyard wall. The sections to north and east of the
church include rubble remains of at least C14 relating to the
Archiepiscoal palace to the north of the church (Eastry Court).
Listing NGR: TR3114254780
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Source: English Heritage
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