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Description: Row of 10 Headstones About 1 to 20 Metres South of Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 28 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 178556
OS Grid Reference: TR2571240006
OS Grid Coordinates: 625712, 140006
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1149, 1.2235
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TR 24 SE CAPEL-LE-FERNE
4/27 Row of 10 head-
stones about 1 to
20 metres south
of Church of
Row of 10 headstones. Thomas Hammond, d.1750. About 2 ½ feet high decorated
with 4 rosettes on a scrolled head. George Andrews, C18. About 2 feet high
with inscription on fielded panel, the semi-circular head decorated with
hourglass and death's head. William Andrews, C18. About 2 ½ feet high,
decorated with death's head and hourglass. Elizabeth Andrews, d.1758.
About 2feet high, with triple segmental head, decorated with skull and 2
hourglasses. John Knott, Yeoman, d.1705. Triple segmental head with crude
representations of skull and hourglass. Frances Knott, d.1698. Plain
inscription on stone about 1½ feet. high. Mary wife of John Knott, mid C18.
About 3 feet high with cornice on scrools, decorated with cherub's head.
Jane Knott, d.1732. About 3½ feet high with segmental head and skull motifs.
John Knott of Dover, twice mayor of that town, d.1727. About 3½ feet high
with scrolled shoulders decorated with skull and bones, pierced heart, winged
hourglass and fleur de lys. John Knott, d.1770. About 3½ feet high, with
fine calligraphic inscription, scrolled cornice and motto over scallops and
Listing NGR: TR2532939637
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