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Description: Hamelot Monument Approximately 18 Metres South East of Chancel of Church of St Giles
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 290401
OS Grid Reference: TQ1932457988
OS Grid Coordinates: 519324, 157988
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3085, -0.2895
ASHTEAD ASHTEAD PARK
Hamelot monument approx.
18 metres south-east of chancel
of Church of St Giles
Tomb chest. Early to mid C18. Commemorates various members of the Hamelot
family, principally Peter Hamelot (d.1742). Limestone ashlar. Classical style. Plain
side and end panels, but with very boldly gadrooned and fluted decoration
flanking the side panels. Lid with moulded edge, inscribed epitaphs to: Jane, wife
of "HIEROME HAMELOT, Doctor of Physic", (d.1731); Catherine, wife to "PETER
HAMELOT Rector of Ashted", (d.1728); and the following identifying him as a
PETER HAMELOT MA When the
Popish fury destroyed the
Protestants in France he left
his Patrimony and came into
England. he was chosen Pastor
of this Church the 25th of March
1699, he dyed the 14th day of
April 1742 aged 81 years
Listing NGR: TQ1932457988
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