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Description: Standerwick Family Monumnent in Churchyard, About 500 Millimetres South of Nave, Church of St Aldhel
Date Listed: 30 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 264078
OS Grid Reference: ST3296315900
OS Grid Coordinates: 332963, 115900
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9386, -2.9554
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ST3215 BROADWAY CP BROADWAY VILLAGE
11/25 Standerwick family monument in
churchyard, about 500mm south of nave.
nave, Church of St Aldhelm and St
Chest tomb. dated l616, Ham stone. Flat topped, thick slab, chamfered cornice and plinth, inscribed on all sides to
members of the Standerwick family; the north side is inscribed to John Standerwicke, Gent, buried 1616 ,Richard his
brother, buried 1581, and John Standerwicke, Cloyther, died 1653. The east face reads 'Set by John Standerwicke,
Clovther, 1616'. A rare and interesting example of a chest tomb with the date of its erection recorded.
Listing NGR: ST3296315900
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Source: English Heritage
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