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Nine Hayden Monuments in Churchyard, Approximately 3 to 7 Metres South of South Aisle, Durrington

Description: Nine Hayden Monuments in Churchyard, Approximately 3 to 7 Metres South of South Aisle

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 321457

OS Grid Reference: SU1570544844
OS Grid Coordinates: 415705, 144844
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2026, -1.7766

Location: Church Street, Durrington, Wiltshire SP4 8AL

Locality: Durrington
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SP4 8AL

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Listing Text

SU 14 SE
(south side)

6/146 Nine Hayden monuments in churchyard,
approximately 3-7m south of south

Group of 9 monuments in three rows, all limestone. East row: Two
ridged coffin tombs with one headstone to a child aged 4, died
1730, a winged angel's head on a shaped top. Centre row: from
north: (a) Ridged coffin tomb, illegible. (b) Large ridged
stone with sandstone headstone, to Alice Puckney, died 1697. (c)
Chest tomb early C19. Moulded and hipped table and moulded base.
Recessed corner fluted pilasters. Inscription in panel to Benjamin
Hayden, died 1816(?). (d) Low chest tomb with inscribed ledger
slab, to John Hayden, died 1830. West row, from north: (e)
Ridged coffin tomb with headstone, a cushioned panel with carved
surround, probably early C18. (f) Low chest tomb. Inscribed
ledger slab to Hinstagg Hayden, died 1848. (g) Similar.
Inscription to Elizabeth Hayden, died 1828, and daughter, died

Listing NGR: SU1570544844

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Source: English Heritage

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