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Description: Monuments to William Hoddinott, Jane Bellis, Catherine Chavasse and J a Chatwin Approximately 30 Fee
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216921
OS Grid Reference: SP0571284761
OS Grid Coordinates: 405712, 284761
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4608, -1.9173
William Hoddinott, Jane
Bellis, Cathering Chavasse
and J A Chatwin approx
30 ft nort-west of
Church of St Bartholomew
in the churchyard
SP 0584 NE 49/13
Group of 3 interesting tombs of the 1840s and one of early C20, vix (1)
William Hoddinott, deceased 1849, a Gothic tomb chest with quatrefoils in
the side panels; (2) Mrs Jen Bellis, deceased 1843, by Jarvis of Edgbaston,
a sarcophagus of Baroque type with big volutes at the corners and surmounted
by an urn (3) Mrs Catherine M Chavasse, deceased 1842, concave-sided square
with a shaped top carrying a flaming urn, (4) J A Chatwin (183O-1907), the
architect, a stone tomb chest with cross-and-foilage pattern on top.
Listing NGR: SP0571284761
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Source: English Heritage
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