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Description: Chest Tomb and 2 Headstones About 15 Metres East of Church of St Martin of Tours
Date Listed: 23 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 178459
OS Grid Reference: TR3225644732
OS Grid Coordinates: 632256, 144732
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1547, 1.3199
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TR 34 SW GUSTON THE STREET
Chest tomb and 2
15 metres east of
Church of St.
Martin of Tours
Chest tomb. Lawrence Baker d.1779, and later internments. Chest on
moulded plinth with heavy vase-like side pieces and raised and fielded
panels, the inscription overlain by later inscriptions, with moulded
top slab. Railed enclosure, with spiked finials and urn principles.
Headstone, to John Guigon and May, 1772 about 3½ feet high with broad
segmental cornice head and scrolled shoulders, and bearing a coat of
arms, scrolls with palm fronds behind. Headstone to Elizabeth Prescott,
d.1779, about 3½ feet high with segmental head and motifs of cherub and
drapery on floriate base.
Listing NGR: TR3242344641
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Source: English Heritage
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