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Description: Wall and Coat of Arms Adjoining Lydham Manor
Date Listed: 2 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 257058
OS Grid Reference: SO3303589944
OS Grid Coordinates: 333035, 289944
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5033, -2.9879
SO 38 NW LYDHAM C.P. A488 (west side)
5/144 Wall and Coat of Arms
- adjoining Lydham Manor
Wall with coat of arms. Coat of Arms circa 1814-16, inserted in probably
late Cl9 or C20 wall. Red brick with buttresses and stone coping.
Approximately 15 metres long and 2.5 metres high. Sandstone coat of arms,
probably of the Oakeley family; central shield within cartouche, crest
under hood above, flanking carved oak leaves, and motto below: "PURITAS FONS
HONORIS". The coat of arms came from the now demolished Lydham Manor by
J.H. Haycock of 1814-16.
Listing NGR: SO3303589944
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Source: English Heritage
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