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Description: The Peachey Tomb South of West Entrance to Churchyard of the Parish Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 25 May 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 202004
OS Grid Reference: TQ1526987448
OS Grid Coordinates: 515269, 187448
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5741, -0.3380
The Peachey Tomb south of
west entrance to churchyard
of the Parish Church of St Mary
TQ 1587 SW 16/2B
Horizontal stone slab on low brick base protected by an iron cage, dedicated to
John Peachey (d.1780), his sister Elizabeth (d.1804), his brother Daniel (d.1804),
and William (d.1831). Noted as the place where Byron composed some of his early
verses, later referred to by him as "my favourite spot".
Listing NGR: TQ1526987448
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Source: English Heritage
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