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Description: Sundial and Grave Slab Approximately 8 Metres South of Nave of Church of St Michael
Date Listed: 23 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 324804
OS Grid Reference: SE0049963215
OS Grid Coordinates: 400499, 463215
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0649, -1.9939
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LINTON CHURCH ROAD
10/50 Sundial and grave slab
approximately 8 metres
south of nave of Church
of St. Michael
Sundial and grave slab. Dated 1637. Gritstone and limestone. The sundial
shaft is approximately 80 centimetres high and is set into a square plinth
raised up on 3 blocks, all clamped with iron staples set in lead. The east
side of the plinth is resting on a stone block which in turn covers the
west end of a narrow grave slab with brass plaque inscribed. "HEARE LYETH
THE BODY / OF ROBERT WEST ANNO / DOMINI 1637 MAY 16 " The sundial shaft is
chamfered with straight run-out stops, gnomon missing, and has the
weathered initials "R W " on the face. Similar to the sundial at Kildwick
(q.v.). Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SE0049963215
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Source: English Heritage
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