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Description: The Jolliffe Column and Terraced Base
Date Listed: 11 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 267923
OS Grid Reference: ST7181152170
OS Grid Coordinates: 371811, 152170
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2680, -2.4054
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6/140 The Jolliffe Column and terraced
(previously listed as The Joliffe
Column at Ammerdown House)
Prospect column. 1853, in memory of Thomas Samuel Jolliffe. By Joseph Jopling. Ashlar. Tapering cylindrical column, "a
curious object, more like a lighthouse or a very big candelstick than a column, surmounted by a cage ornamented with
stained glass", now virtually all missing; height approximately 50 m. Pedestal square on plan with semi-circular head
door opening, now blocked and 3 corresponding incised stone tablets, one in English, one French, and one Latin
commemorating Jolliffe; windows at the angles. Terraced base reached by 4 sets of stone steps, curved balustrades.
(Country Life, Feb 16, 1929).
Listing NGR: ST7181152170
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Source: English Heritage
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