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Chest Tomb and Headstone 1 to 3 Metres South of Church of St Matthew

A Grade II Listed Building in Warehorne, Kent

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Latitude: 51.0574 / 51°3'26"N

Longitude: 0.838 / 0°50'16"E

OS Eastings: 598982

OS Northings: 132502

OS Grid: TQ989325

Mapcode National: GBR RXT.NP4

Mapcode Global: FRA D6NB.69Y

Entry Name: Chest Tomb and Headstone 1 to 3 Metres South of Church of St Matthew

Listing Date: 10 August 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1185513

English Heritage Legacy ID: 181738

Location: Warehorne, Ashford, Kent, TN26

County: Kent

District: Ashford

Civil Parish: Warehorne

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

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Listing Text

(south side)
5/152 Chest tomb and
headstone 1 to
3 metres south
of Church of
St. Matthew
Chest tomb and headstone. Tomb to Edward Maylam, d.1744. Moulded
top slab on fluted and gadrooned baluster piers with raised and
fielded panels with cut away corners. Headstone to Thomas Maylam,
d.1779, about 2 feet high, with scallop-scrolled shoulders to corded
scrolled cornice with central scallop, and (worn) cherub in sunburst

Listing NGR: TQ9871832459

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