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Description: Tomb at East End of Church of St. Michael (Hon. Elizabeth Susan Willoughby)
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 194110
OS Grid Reference: TF0624021835
OS Grid Coordinates: 506240, 321835
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7836, -0.4262
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EDENHAM MAIN STREET
TF 02 SE (east side)
7/136 Tomb at east end of
Church of St.Michael
Tomb chest and canopy. 1853. Ashlar, polished pink marble. The
tomb chest lies within a gabled and arcaded canopy in the Gothic
style, it has heraldic lozenges set in cusped panels to the
sides, a quatrefoil frieze to the base and fleurons to the
cornice. Along the top runs the inscription commemorating the
deceased, the Hon. Elizabeth Susan Willoughby. The arcades have
pointed arches set on circular marble columns, annular capitals
with continuous hood moulds with human head and floriate stops.
The ashlar roof is lined to represent stone slates, and in the
gables are single quatrefoils set in circles. The gable and
eaves are decorated with ballflower ornament.
Listing NGR: TF0624021835
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Source: English Heritage
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