This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST9273SW MARKET PLACE 930-1/10/124 (East side) Group of 7 chest tombs immediately north of Church of St Andrew
Group of 7 chest tombs along the north side of the church. i) Approx 3m north of north-east corner of the north aisle. Late C17/early C18. Plinth; Cyma-moulded flat top; ogee-based shields with egg-and-dart moulding, one to each end and 2 to the sides which flank pilasters with formal floral carving; fluted pilasters at the corners. ii) Approx 1m from the north wall of the north aisle. Late C17/early C18. Plinth; cyma-moulded flat top; Oval panel to the north side flanked by foliate carving, ogee-based shield to the south side, both sides flanked by carved pleated cloth pendants; ovolo moulding to raised and fielded panels to the ends. iii) Approx 3m from the north wall of the north aisle. Early C18. Plinth; south side similar to that of (ii) above; the north side has a long panel flanked by scroll carving; fluted pilasters; shields to the ends. iv) Approx 6m from the centre of the north aisle. C17. Eroded.
Plinth; cyma-moulded raised-and-fielded panels flanked by foliate panels to the sides; engaged vase columns to corner recesses; v) Approx 3m north of north door, east of the footpath. C18. Plinth; raised-and-fielded panels, one to each end, 2 to each side; tall truncated ashlar obelisk to the top. vi) Approx 5m north of north door, east of the footpath. C18. Plinth; ogee-based shields, one to each end 2 to each side; cyma-moulded flat top . vii) Approx 2m north of north door, west of the footpath. C18.
Plinth; cyma-moulded flat top; 2 ogee-based shields to sides, diamond-shaped panel to the east end and an oval panel to the west end, articulated by carved foliate pilasters. Eroded.
Listing NGR: ST9227073227
© Jayne Boldy. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Boldy, Jayne
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Ashlar, Tudor Chest Tomb, Elizabethan Religious Ritual And Funerary, Stuart Tomb, Jacobean Funerary Site