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Description: Three Monuments in Churchyard South of South Transept of Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 29 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 316063
OS Grid Reference: ST9582180806
OS Grid Coordinates: 395821, 180806
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5262, -2.0616
SEAGRY LOWER SEAGRY
ST 98 SE
5/291 Three monuments in churchyard
south of south transept of
Church of St Mary
Three chest tombs, C18, ashlar. From east:
a) c1700 unusual monument with heavy lyre-shaped ends, scrolled
with heart plaque to west and shield to east, carved winged
cherub heads projecting each side. Large north side oval
plaque flanked by crudely carved angels with open books. Two
south plaques with drapery over.
b) Mid C18, with foliate scroll decorated angle and centre piers,
raised shaped plaques, two each side, one each end, and moulded
capstone. Inscription to William, son of William ----.
c) Mid C18 with two large raised shield plaques each side, centre
and angle piers with fielded panels and rosettes, cartouches to
west and moulded capstone.
Listing NGR: ST9582180806
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Source: English Heritage
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