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Description: Tombs in Churchyard of All Saints Church
Date Listed: 10 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 249359
OS Grid Reference: SU2890395741
OS Grid Coordinates: 428903, 195741
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6597, -1.5835
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GREAT FARINGDON CHURCH STREET
SU 2895 (north side)
Tombs in Churchyard of
- All Saints Church
North side of chancel:
3/15a) Townsend tomb. Late C18 chest tomb with baluster corners.
East of chancel:
3/15b&c) Edoe tombs. Two adjacent late C18 chest tombs with baluster corners.
South-east of chancel:
3/15d) Sir John Carr tomb. c.1833 chest tomb, Greek revival style with plinth,
central raised plaque and ends projected slightly, pedimented on 3 sides
with reversed torches and wreaths carved in relief.
3/15e) Slightly to east of chancel.Stephenson tomb. Later C18 oval table tomb
with plaque and wreaths carved in relief on south side.
South of south door:
3/15f) Green monument. Early C19 chest tomb with humped top and fluted angles.
3/15g) Adjacent to approach to south door, Wicks monument. Early C19 chest
tomb with humped top and fluted angles.
3/15h) To north-east of g), Heath tomb. Late C18 chest tomb with baluster
Listing NGR: SU2890395741
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Source: English Heritage
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