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Description: Group of 4 Headstones and 1 Footstone Approximately 2 Metres South West of Porch of Church of St Gil
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 290396
OS Grid Reference: TQ1927857994
OS Grid Coordinates: 519278, 157993
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3086, -0.2901
ASHTEAD ASHTEAD PARK
Group of 4 headstones
and 1 footstone approx 2
metres south west of
porch of Church of St
Group of 4 small monumental headstones and one footstone. All early C18. Lime-
stone. Three in a row side by side, from left to right respectively commemo-
(1) Elizabeth Bickley (d.1721): shaped top, elegantly lettered inscription includ-
ing couplet "Lo, Here Man's Fare
Either Soon or Late"
(2) Ann Bickley (d.1719): shaped top, elegantly lettered inscription including
couplet "My eerly blast
Bids no time waste"
(3) Margaret, wife of Will Thorne, (d.1704): swan-neck top, elegantly lettered
inscription including verse; and approximately 2 metres west of this the head-
stone and footstone of:
(4) John Watkin (d.1723): similar to the above but with carved skull-and-cross-
bones above the inscription; and small shaped footstone inscribed "JW 1723".
Listing NGR: TQ1927757991
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