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Description: Tomb of William Birley and Others in Churchyard Circa 50 Metres South East of the Porch of the Chur
Date Listed: 11 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 183594
OS Grid Reference: SD4275332324
OS Grid Coordinates: 342753, 432324
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7841, -2.8703
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KIRKHAM CHURCH STREET
SD 43 SW
9/24 Tomb of William Birley and
others in churchyard c.50m
SE of the porch of the
- Church of St. Michael
Monument, mid C19. Sandstone within cast-iron ogee-patterned railings. In
the form of a Gothic tabernacle, square on plan, with four elaborately
gabled faces, flanked by crocketed pinnacles and surmounted by a spirelet.
Panels with inscriptions in each face. Built first as the tomb of
William Birley, died 1850 and his first wife Mary, died 1819. He was the
owner of the Kirkham Linen Mill and built Hillside on Preston Street
Listing NGR: SD4275332324
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Source: English Heritage
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