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Description: Horse Monument in Morkery Woods, Grid Reference 955185
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 194040
OS Grid Reference: SK9550018500
OS Grid Coordinates: 495500, 318500
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7557, -0.5864
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CASTLE BYTHAM MORKERY LANE
SK 91 NE
8/66 Horse Monument in
Monument to a horse called The Butcher, belonging to Field
Marshall Grosvenor c.1850. Ashlar. In the form of a low obelisk
standing on a rectangular tomb chest on the front panel of which
is a low relief carving of a horse with a docked tail and a tree.
On the rear panel is a poem, 8 lines, recording the circumstances
of old Butcher lying in Morkery Wood, now somewhat worn. A
portrait of "Big Black Butcher" by John Fernley, hangs in
Grimsthorpe Castle. Source: P. Grimes, Secretary and General
Manager, Grimsthorpe and Drummond Castle Trust Ltd.
Listing NGR: SK9550018500
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Source: English Heritage
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