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Gravestones to the North-East of Church, Crowland

Description: Gravestones to the North-East of Church

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 197966

OS Grid Reference: TF2414410341
OS Grid Coordinates: 524144, 310341
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6766, -0.1652

Location: Church Lane, Crowland, Lincolnshire PE6 0EW

Locality: Crowland
Local Authority: South Holland District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: PE6 0EW

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Listing Text

TF 2410-2510 (east side)

18/3 Gravestones to the
north and north-
east of church


62 gravestones. C17, C18 and C19. Limestone ashlar.
Gravestones include a row of 13 gravestones to north-west,
including a mid C18 one to William Ashby with foliage and angel.
Illegible C17 gravestone to right with a scrolled C18 gravestone
beyond. To the left, a late C18 gravestone to Anne Cherrington
with one to Will Whitsed, died 1794, with urn and cherubs,
beyond. To the east are 3 C18 gravestones with winged cherubs;
with a red sandstone gravestone further east with a winged
cherub. Gravestone to William Brown, died 1843 with foliate
decoration and cherub, to the east, with one beyond with a be-
ribboned disc surmounted by an obelisk flanked by urns and
probably dating from the late C18. Mid C18 gravestone to the
right with segmental pediment, Ionic columns and cherubs. 2 C18
gravestones to east with winged cherubs' heads and scrolls.
Beyond is a late C18 gravestone with cherubs and crown in
decorative draped surround. Further east is a gravestone to
Christopher Hall, died 1686, with an illegible C17 gravestone to
right. Pedimented gravestone flanked by scrolls to Robert
Worell, died 1685. To the left is one to Wiliam Beckwith, died
1777, with 2 busts and a pair of clasped hands. Beyond the
footpath to the east, gravestones include one to John Baldwin,
died 1752 with scrolled inscription plaque flanked by cherubs'
heads and segmental head. 3 early C19 gravestones to the Baldwin
family to the left. Further east is a gravestone with sunrays
radiating from cherub's head, sculls, and inscribed to John
Cattcan, died 1755. 2 C18 gravestones to the left with winged

Listing NGR: TF2414410341

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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