Detail view of the male and female effigies atop the 16th century, altar tomb monument to Sir Richard Croft and his wife, against the north wall of the chancel in St Michael's church

Date:
1926-1932
Location:
St Michael And All Angels Church, Croft And Yarpole, Croft Park, County Of Herefordshire
Reference:
CN00425
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

The effigies are in the form of a man, dressed in plate armour and with his feet resting on a lion, lying next to that of a woman in a pedimental headress and with a lion and a dog at her feet. A print of part of this image is in the RCHME Inventory Notes for Croft. Part of this image is printed in the RCHME Inventory volume Herefordshire III-North West.

Content

This is part of the Sub Series: RCH01/166/03 Glass plate and large format negatives; within the Series: RCH01/166 RCHME Inventory: Herefordshire III - North-West; within the Collection: RCH01 Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) Archive

Rights

© Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive

Keywords

Tomb, Medieval Church