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Group of 12 Monuments in the Churchyard 5-7 Metres South of Chancel, Church of St Mary

A Grade II Listed Building in Hullavington, Wiltshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.537 / 51°32'13"N

Longitude: -2.1537 / 2°9'13"W

OS Eastings: 389434

OS Northings: 182022

OS Grid: ST894820

Mapcode National: GBR 1Q5.N9W

Mapcode Global: VH95Y.MM8L

Entry Name: Group of 12 Monuments in the Churchyard 5-7 Metres South of Chancel, Church of St Mary

Listing Date: 3 December 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1198962

English Heritage Legacy ID: 318042

Location: Hullavington, Wiltshire, SN14

County: Wiltshire

Civil Parish: Hullavington

Built-Up Area: Hullavington

Traditional County: Wiltshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire

Church of England Parish: Hullavington Norton and Stanton St Quintin

Church of England Diocese: Bristol

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Listing Text

HULLAVINGTON THE STREET
ST 88 SE
(west side)
5/45 Group of 12 Monuments in the
churchyard 5-7m south of chancel,
Church of St Mary
GV II

Twelve Chest tombs. Limestone. Mid C18-early C19. Grouped in 3
parallel rows of 3, 4 and 4 with one (1) isolated next to path.
Lettering sequence from north to south down each row beginning
with row furthest east.
a) Unidentified. Late C18 with oval and lozenge panels to sides,
willow sprays surrounding shields to ends. Coved cornice to
slab.
b) Unidentified. Early C19 with cusped-panelled pilasters framing
square panels to sides and shields to ends. Bracketed cornice
to slab.
c) James Darley/Architect and Builder and his family. 1821.
Plain chest with 3 slightly recessed panels to each side, those
to south with incised lettering. Coved slab. Darley was Clerk
of the Works at nearby Charlton House during the 1772-6
alterations there. (H.M. Colvin, Biographical Dictionary of
British Architects, 1978)
d) Unidentified. Mid C18 with corner balusters, floral swagged
pilasters framing projecting raised and fielded panels to each
side, moulded plinth and gadrooned edge to slab.
e) Unidentified. Late C18 with corner balusters, floral sprays
framing raised and fielded panels to either side and deeply
projecting cyma recta moulded slab.
f) Lawrence Chandler. 1810 with urns set in shallow relief to
each side framing inscription panels.
g) Lawrence family. Earliest date 1795. Fluted pilasters, raised
and fielded panels to north side, 2 circular panels to south;
incised lettering. End panels moulded to simulate balusters
with bell flower decoration. Moulded plinth, coved cornice and
coved slab.
h) Unidentified. Late C18 with ringed daisy drops to angle
pilasters, tied-back drapery decoration to sides and lozenges
to end panels. Moulded plinth, complex moulded cornice and
cyma recta moulded slab.
i) Unidentified. Late C18 with corner balusters, raised and
fielded panels to either side, moulded plinth and cyma recta
moulded slab badly weathered.
j) Unidentified. Late C18 with panelled corner pilasters and
central pilaster forming 2 raised and fielded panels to north
side and oval panel to south. Moulded plinth, pulvinated
frieze and plain slab.
k) Unidentified. Late C18 with corner balusters, floral
pilasters, south inscription panel with drapery and winged
putti and bead and reel moulding below pulvinated frieze to
cornice. Coved slab.
1) Unidentified. Early C19. Conceived as a single geometric
shape with bowed ends, raised and fielded panels to either
side, moulded plinth and cyma recta moulded slab.


Listing NGR: ST8943482022

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