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Group of Six Monuments in Churchyard, Immerdiately South of Chancel, Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

A Grade II Listed Building in Chiselborough, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9307 / 50°55'50"N

Longitude: -2.7588 / 2°45'31"W

OS Eastings: 346772

OS Northings: 114861

OS Grid: ST467148

Mapcode National: GBR MH.PQWX

Mapcode Global: FRA 563N.31X

Entry Name: Group of Six Monuments in Churchyard, Immerdiately South of Chancel, Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

Listing Date: 27 October 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1057250

English Heritage Legacy ID: 263527

Location: Chiselborough, South Somerset, Somerset, TA14

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset

Civil Parish: Chiselborough

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text

ST4614 CHISELBOROUGH CP CHURCH LANE (North side)
11/72 Group of six monuments in
churchyard immediately south of
chancel, Church of Saint Peter
and Saint Paul
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GV II
Group of six C18 and C19 headstones. a) Langdon headstone, one metre south of chancel. Early C19. Ham stone slab, about
one metre wide x 1.5 metres tall, flat top: 2 semi-circular arched panels with carved surrounds, 2 angel heads at top.
Commemorates Charles Langdon, died 1805. b) Taylor headstone. 3 metres south of chancel. Early C19. Ham stone slab
about 750 mm wide x 1300 mm high, with multi-curved top; single panel with Adamesque urn at head. Commemorates John
Taylor died 1801. c) In row west of a) and b): unidentified headstone, one metre south of chancel. Early C18. Ham
stone slab about 600 mm wide x 900 mm high; shouldered semi-circular arched top enclosing angel head with side scrolls,
single panel with carved frame. Inscription not readable. d) Burges headstone 2 metres south of chancel. Mid C18. Ham
stone slab about one metre wide x 1.25 metres high, flat top: two panels with carved outer frame and short length of
centre drop, 2 semi-circular recesses with angel heads at top, carved to considerable depth. Commemorates John Burges,
died 1755 and others of family. e) Unidentified headstone about 3 metres south of chancel. Early C18. Ham stone slab,
about 700 mm wide x 800 mm high; swan neck pediment top with added scrolls, enclosing angel head, single panel with
carved surround. Commemorates William H---- , died 1720. f) Rogers headstone about 1 metres south of chancel. Early
C18. Ham stone slab, about 700 mm wide x 900 mm high, semi-circular top enclosing angel head, with added scrolls,
single panel with moulded surround. Commemorates Charles Rogers, died 1733.


Listing NGR: ST4677214861

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