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Description: Chest Tomb in Angle Between Chancel and South Aisle of Church of Saints Peter and St Paul
Date Listed: 23 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 309290
OS Grid Reference: SP2148996262
OS Grid Coordinates: 421489, 296262
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5638, -1.6844
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KINGSBURY CHURCH LANE
SP29NW (North side)
8/54 Chest tomb in angle between
chancel and south aisle of
Church of Saints Peter and
Double chest tomb. Dated 1722 and 1740. Sandstone. L-shaped. Early Georgian
style. Moulded plinth and top, and moulded panels. Front has 3-panels containing
oval and shaped panels. Left return side has circular cartouche. Rear part is
longer and continues to left, with oval cartouche. Return side has fielded
panel, Right return side has 2 oval panels and a fielded panel. Slate slabs on
top have inscriptions to Anne Brabson (1722) and her mother Anne.
Listing NGR: SP2148996262
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Source: English Heritage
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