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Description: Group of 4 Rice Vaughan and Associated Monuments, in Churchyard North East of Church of St Sampson
Date Listed: 11 November 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 317738
OS Grid Reference: SU0995493545
OS Grid Coordinates: 409954, 193545
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6406, -1.8575
SU 09 SE CRICKLADE BATH ROAD
Group of 4 Rice-Vaughan and
associated monuments, in churchyard
north-east of Church of St. Sampson
Group of 4 chest tombs, C15-C16 and early C19. From north to
south: a) Recessed centre panel each side and cyma table.
Unidentified. b) C15-C16. Large chest with row of quatrefoils and
heavy capstone, much eroded. Added end inscription to HENRY
DENFUS, died 1655. c) Cyma table and recessed panelled ends,
unidentified. d) End pilasters, entablature and casket top, to
ELIZABETH RICE VAUGHAN, died 1821.
Listing NGR: SU0995493545
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Source: English Heritage
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