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Group of Eight Monuments in Churchyard South and South East of Chancel of Church of St Giles, Stanton St Quintin

Description: Group of Eight Monuments in Churchyard South and South East of Chancel of Church of St Giles

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 316085

OS Grid Reference: ST9059779873
OS Grid Coordinates: 390597, 179873
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5177, -2.1369

Location: Court Gardens, Stanton St Quintin, Wiltshire SN14 6DQ

Locality: Stanton St Quintin
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN14 6DQ

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Listing Text

ST 97 NW (south side)

8/255 Group of eight monuments in church
yard south and south-east of chancel
of Church of St Giles I


Eight chest tombs, C18 to early C19. From north:
a) About 4m south east of chancel, J. Mundy monument, early C19,
ashlar with Ionic pilaster angles, large north plaque with urns
in niches flanking and two south plaques with urn centre.
Inscription to James Mundy died 1844.
b) About 4m north of Mundy monument, unidentified mid C18
monument, ashlar, with baluster angles, two raised oval plaques
to south with floral drop between two fielded north plaques,
and moulded base and capstone.
c) About 10m north of Mundy monument, unidentified mid C18
monument with two shield plaques to north, large oval to south
with winged heads each side and foliate decorated angle and
centre piers. Shield end piers. Inscription to ? John Gough
died 1707.
d) W. Millard monument, about 3m south west of Mundy monument,
early C19, pennant stone with lyre ends, slab sides and rococo-
scrolled low relief borders to plaques. Inscription to William
Millard died 1807.
e) Charles Millard monument, about 2m north of d), large scale,
mid C18, ashlar with large raised bordered oval north plaque
and drapery drop flanking. Large fielded south plaque with
fielded strips flanking. West end inscription to Charles
Millard died 1761.
f) Prout monument, about 3m north west of e), early C19, ashlar
with pennant capstone. Lyre ends, north oval plaque on
horizontally-fluted ground with wreathed urns flanking.
Rectangular south plaque. Inscription to Mary Prout, died
g) Unidentified monument, about 3m west of e), ashlar with large
north oval plaque with foliate scroll flanking and floral drop
to angle piers. Lozenge east plaque, cartouche west .
h) Unidentified monument about lm west of f), mid C18 with two
fielded plaques each side, fielded end plaques, moulded base
and capstone. South side and capstone damaged.

Listing NGR: ST9059779873

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Source: English Heritage

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