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Description: Holland Monument, Approximately 24 Metres North of North East Corner of North Chapel of Church of St
Date Listed: 1 February 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 291356
OS Grid Reference: SU9683844034
OS Grid Coordinates: 496838, 144034
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1873, -0.6157
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GODALMING CHURCH STREET
SU 9644 SE
(east side, off)
Holland monument, approx
24 metres north of north-
east corner of north
chapel of Church of
St Peter and St Paul
Chest tomb. c.1830. Ashlar. Neo-Classical style. Roll-moulded base stone on
podium. Attached Tuscan columns on plinths supporting entablature with panelled
frieze breaking forward and with anthemion decoration over columns. Pitched lid
with moulded edge and pedimented ends. Incised panels between columns (2 to
longer sides, 1 to ends) bear inscriptions commemorating William Elph Holland,
d.1869; his wife, Mary Ann, d.1839; her son, William Barrett Holland, d.1828
(this being the earliest inscription) and various other family members. Ivy-
covered at time of survey.
William Elph Holand was a brewer and owned Nos 39 and 40 Bridge Street (q.v.),
(J Janaway, pers. comm.).
Listing NGR: SU9683844034
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Source: English Heritage
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