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Trask Chest Tomb, in Churchyard 5 Metres North East of Tower, Church of Saint Michael

A Grade II Listed Building in East Coker, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9074 / 50°54'26"N

Longitude: -2.657 / 2°39'25"W

OS Eastings: 353901

OS Northings: 112198

OS Grid: ST539121

Mapcode National: GBR MN.R0NJ

Mapcode Global: FRA 56BP.STM

Entry Name: Trask Chest Tomb, in Churchyard 5 Metres North East of Tower, Church of Saint Michael

Listing Date: 30 August 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1057214

English Heritage Legacy ID: 263654

Location: East Coker, South Somerset, Somerset, BA22

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset

Civil Parish: East Coker

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text

ST5312 EAST COKER CP

11/96 Trask Chest Tomb, in churchyard 5
metres North-East of Tower,
Church of Saint Michael
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GV II

Chest tomb. Early C19. Ham stone. Step base, tall moulded plinth; fielded panel to sides and fielded panel with
coffered pilasters to flanks; thinner moulded hipped top. Commemorates Sarah, wife of James Trask, died 1813.


Listing NGR: ST5390112198

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