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Description: Bale Tomb and Chest Tomb Approximately 6 Metres and 8 Metres South of Nave and 6 Metres and 8 Metres
Date Listed: 17 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 252116
OS Grid Reference: SP2999907585
OS Grid Coordinates: 429999, 207585
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7661, -1.5667
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BRIZE NORTON STATION ROAD
SP3007 (West side)
17/44 Bale tomb and chest tomb
approx. 6m. and 8m. S of nave
and 6m. and 8m. SE of porch of
Church of St. Britius
Bale tomb. Dated 1718. Limestone. Two worn inscription panels each side, flanked
by foliate scrolls to rear. Moulded cornice: gadrooned bale with skulls set in
shell hoods at ends. Chest tomb to south-east. Mid C18. Limestone. Two winged
cherubs' heads carved over inscription panel, flanked by 2 narrow panels with
trailing foliate carving: moulded cornice and capping. Commemorates John James
(died 1760) and others of the James family.
Listing NGR: SP2999907585
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Source: English Heritage
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