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Description: Tomb Chest of Robert Sherbrooke Adjacent the East Side of Workshops in Former Wood Yard of Oxton Hal
Date Listed: 13 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 242192
OS Grid Reference: SK6304451650
OS Grid Coordinates: 463044, 351650
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0584, -1.0608
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SK 65 SW OXTON BLIND LANE
6/136 Tomb chest of Robert
the east side of
workshops in former
wood yard of Oxton
Tomb chest. 1710 and late C18. Ashlar and cast iron. Tomb
chest is Robert Sherbrooke, d.1710. Shaped top. At each angle
is a single engaged large vase moulding. Extending around the
tomb are C18 spiked iron railings set on an ashlar plinth. At
each angle and in the centre of the 2 longest sides are single
railings topped with small urns with small orb finials. The
Sherbrookes' seat was Oxton Hall. The tomb probably erected by a
descendant. The tomb is sited in what was probably a Quaker
Listing NGR: SK6304451650
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Source: English Heritage
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