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Description: Pair of Tombs at East End of Church of St Michael (Alberic Drummond Willoughby and Earl of Ancaster)
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 194111
OS Grid Reference: TF0624921843
OS Grid Coordinates: 506249, 321843
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7837, -0.4261
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EDENHAM MAIN STREET
TF 02 SE (east side)
7/137 Pair of tombs at
east end of Church
of St. Michael
Willoughby and Earl
Pair of tomb chests. 1870 and 1910. Ashlar. The southern tomb
is to Alberic Drummond Willougby, d.1870. The chest has plain
side panels, with shield and heraldic devices to the ends. The
gabled top of the tomb is carved to represent tegulae. The
northern tomb is to The Earl of Ancaster, d.1910. The sides of
the chest have inscribed oval panels, flanked by fluted vasiform
pilasters. The roundels at each end contain heraldic devices.
Listing NGR: TF0624921843
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Source: English Heritage
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