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Description: Quilter Monument in Churchyard of St Mary
Date Listed: 31 August 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 285385
OS Grid Reference: TM3462540103
OS Grid Coordinates: 634625, 240103
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0097, 1.4174
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BAWDSEY THE STREET
TM 34 SW
Quilter Monument in
Churchyard of St Mary
Chest tomb, c.1911. White ashlar. English Baroque. Raised on an earth
mound and approached by 2 steps. Rectangular with diagonally set scroll
buttresses to the corners with acanthus decoration. Swags to all 4 sides
with winged cherubs' heads to the upper centre of each of the longer faces.
Coat of arms to the eastern, shorter face. The west face has an
inscription to William Cuthbert Quilter, first baronet 1814-1911, his wife,
Mary Anne d. 1927, and son Roger Cuthbert Quilter, composer d. 1953.
Inscriptions along the sides to the 2nd Baronet, d. 1952 and 3rd Baronet d.
1959 and other members of the family.
Listing NGR: TM3462540103
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Source: English Heritage
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