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Group of Eight Monuments in Churchyard, South and West of Nave, Church of St Andrew

A Grade II* Listed Building in Brympton, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9358 / 50°56'8"N

Longitude: -2.6857 / 2°41'8"W

OS Eastings: 351912

OS Northings: 115373

OS Grid: ST519153

Mapcode National: GBR ML.PCDY

Mapcode Global: FRA 568M.MJ8

Entry Name: Group of Eight Monuments in Churchyard, South and West of Nave, Church of St Andrew

Listing Date: 27 October 1987

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1263241

English Heritage Legacy ID: 263470

Location: Brympton, South Somerset, Somerset, BA22

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset

Civil Parish: Brympton

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text

ST5115 BRYMPTON D'EVERCY CP
10/20 Group of eight monuments in
churchyard, south and west of
nave, Church of St. Andrew
GV II*
An extremely good group of C16, C17 and early C18 monuments, mostly in good condition. (a) Unidentified monument about
2 metres south-west of porch; Chest tomb. Early C16. Ham stone. Chamfered plinth; quatrefoil panelled sides, one panel
to east end, 3 to each flank, all with shields in centre uncarved, west end plain with chalice drawing inscribed;
cavetto mould coving to thick flat top. No inscriptions. (b) Kygell monunent about 2 metres south of nave; Chest tomb.
C16. Ham stone. Moulded plinth; plain sides and flanks; moulded coving to flat top. Commemorates Thomas Kygell buried
22nd April 1577, and Elizabeth his wife, buried 30th June 1588. (c) Unidentified monument about 2 metres south-west of
nave: Chest tomb. C16. Ham stone. Moulded base; plain sides and flanks; cavetto-mould coving to heavy flat top.
commemorates Johanis Wo- died 1576. (d) Michell Monument about 4 metres west-south-west of nave: Chest tomb C17. Ham
stone. Moulded base; semi-circular-arched panels, one each end and 2 each flank, with imposts, keystones and
dentilling, reeded pilasters to flanks, plain frieze; moulded coving to heavy hipped top. Commemorates John Michell,
died 1683, and others. (e) Michell monument about 3 metres west of nave: Chest tomb. C18. Ham stone. Moulded base;
semi-circular arched panels, one each end and two each flank, with imposts, keystones and dentilling, plain frieze;
moulded coving to heavy hipped top. Commemorates various members of Michell family including Ann, died 1722, and
Dorothy, died 1730. (f) Nowis monument aboout 6 metres west of nave: Chest tomb. C17. Ham stone Moulded plinth; plain
sides and flanks; cyma-recta coving to heavy flat top. Commemorates John Nowis died 1645, and another John Nowis died
1730 (g) Michell monument about 4 metres west of nave: Headstone. C17. Ham stone. Slab about 400mm wide x 600mm high,
75mm thick with chamfered back; semi- circular arched top, simple incised border. Commemorates Elizabeth, daughter of
Ann and Charles Michell, died 1700 (?). (h) Michell monument about 6 metres west of nave: Headstone. C18. Ham stone
with lias stone insert. Slab about 800mm wide and one metre high, 100mm thick with chamfered back, triangular top:
carved roll border, with angel-head in pediment over. Commemorates Ann Michell, died 1716.


Listing NGR: ST5191615372

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