Description: Group of 4 Carter Monuments and Associated Headstones, in Churchyard 15 Metres North East of North C
Date Listed: 17 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 317659
OS Grid Reference: SU0419094413
OS Grid Coordinates: 404190, 194413
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6485, -1.9408
SU 09 SW ASHTON KEYNES -
10/8 Group of 4 Carter monuments and
associated headstones, in Churchyard
15m north-east of north chancel
chapel. Church of the Holy Cross.
Chest tomb. Early C19, Limestone. Moulded table with reeded
fascia. Inscribed and light relief carved side panels between
recessed corner balusters. Moulded base. To JOHN CARTER, died
1809 and MARY, his wife, died 1801. Adjoining to north, 3 late
C17 - early C18 headstones, deeply carved with putti and baroque
ornamentation. Inscriptions illegible. Fourth headstone, 1796 to
HANNAH DOWDESWELL included for group value.
Listing NGR: SU0419094413
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