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Description: Paul Chest Tomb, with Railing Enclosures, 3 Metres South of South Aisle Door, Church of Saint Mary
Date Listed: 30 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 263768
OS Grid Reference: ST4672813410
OS Grid Coordinates: 346728, 113410
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9177, -2.7592
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WEST CHINNOCK CP
Paul Chest Tomb, with railing
enclosures, 3 metres South of
South aisle door, Church of Saint
Chest tomb with railed enclosure. Late C18. Ham stone with wrought iron railings. High moulded base; one fielded
panel each face with 3-fielded-panelled pilasters to flanks; relatively thin hipped top. Commemorates Elizabeth Paul,
died 1794, and her family. Set on paved surround with 150mm high stone kerb, on which are set railings with alternate
long and short arrow-headed balusters, with thicker matching cornerpieces.
Listing NGR: ST4672813411
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Source: English Heritage
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