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Description: Munn Monument C5 Metres West of Church of the Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185625
OS Grid Reference: SD8522921721
OS Grid Coordinates: 385229, 421721
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6917, -2.2251
SD 82 SE BACUP NEWCHURCH ROAD
7/48 Munn Monument c.5 metres
west of Church of the Holy
Monument to James Munn (1836-1871), dated 1873. Richly
carved sandstone pinnacle in Gothic style. Square section, with stepped
base, weathered plinth, elongated angle-buttressed corners, polished
shafts flanking arched panels with attenuated moulded and crocketed
gablets tapering to a band which forms the base to an octagonal spirelet.
The panel on the south face bears a bust of James Munn, the springing of
the arches display carved heads, an the side panels are lettered, that
on the west side stating that the momument was erected by public
subscription. History: James Munn (eldest son of Robert Munn, owner of
Stacksteads Mill) died at Lytham Regatta 1871.
Listing NGR: SD8522921721
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Source: English Heritage
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