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Two Monuments in Churchyard, Immediately South of Chancel, Church of St Andrew, Brympton

Description: Two Monuments in Churchyard, Immediately South of Chancel, Church of St Andrew

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 263494

OS Grid Reference: ST5260417597
OS Grid Coordinates: 352604, 117597
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9558, -2.6762

Location: Thorne Lane, Brympton, Somerset BA21 3PZ

Locality: Brympton
Local Authority: South Somerset District Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: BA21 3PZ

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Listing Text

3/39 Two monuments in churchyard,
immediately south of chancel,
Church of St Andrew
Two monuments. Circa 1700, A) Smart monument about one metre south of chancel: chest tomb. Early C18, Ham stone,
Moulded plinth; semi-circular arched panels, one each end and two each flank, with imposts, keystones and egg-and-dart
moulding to arches, no frieze; moulded coving to hipped top. Commemorates Magdelen Smart, died,1717, her Mother,
Magdelen, died 1727, and also Robert Markes, died 1765, B) Markes monument about 2 metres south of chancel; head-stone.
Late C17. Ham stone, Single slab about 700 mm wide and 800 mm high, flat top: moulded surround, with 2 semi-circular
arched panels at head with keystones and imposts, the centre being on a corbel; commemorates William Markes, died 1690,
and Alice his wife, died 1695.

Listing NGR: ST5260417597

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Source: English Heritage

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