ELEVEN TOMBS IN ST PETER'S CHURCHYARD

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1113449

Date first listed: 14-Dec-1978

Date of most recent amendment: 07-Mar-1980

Statutory Address: ELEVEN TOMBS IN ST PETER'S CHURCHYARD, CHURCH ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: ELEVEN TOMBS IN ST PETER'S CHURCHYARD, CHURCH ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Reading (Unitary Authority)

National Grid Reference: SU 70885 74912

Summary

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Reasons for Designation

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History

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Details

In the entry for CHURCH ROAD (south side) 11/265A Caversham Tombs and Monuments in St Peter's Churchyard shall be amended to read CHURCH ROAD ROAD i (south side) Caversham Eleven tombs in St Peter's Churchyard The description shall be amended to read 1. 1858 Charles Washington Lovegrove and family. Tapering chest-with cross gabled capping. 2. 1813 John Flory Howard. Table tomb with panel.led and piers. 3. 1828. Benjamin Lancaster. Table tomb with panels for inscriptions; retains cast iron arrow head rails and urn corner piers. 4. 1778. Low table tomb. 5. 1802. Tim Van der Stegen. Table tomb. 6. 1765. Margaret Bowd, table tomb. 7. 1802 Stephens family vault. Table tomb with reeded corner piers and hipped chamfered slab. 8. 1802. Elizabeth Lunn. Table lamb in poor condition. Moulded panels and railings, standards with iron capping. 9. 1848. John Lawton, table tomb. 10. 179Os. Benwell Family vault. Table tomb, panelled. Spear, head rails with urn capped standards. 11. C17 table tomb with, chamfered eaves to capping.

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CHURCH ROAD 1. 5123 (South Side) Caversham Tombs and Monuments in St Peter's Churchyard SU 7074 11/265A II 2. Irregular layout against side of hill. Numerous head and slab stones. In particular are the following. 1. 1858 Charles Washington Lovegrove and family. Tapering chest with cross gabled capping. 2. 1813 John Flory Howard. Table tomb with panelled end piers. 3. 1828. Benjamin Lancaster. Table tomb with panels for inscriptions; retains cast iron arrow head rails and urn corner piers. 4. 1778. Low table tomb. 5. 1802. Mrs Van der Stegen. Table tomb, panelled. 6. 1765. Margaret Bowd, table tomb. 7. 1811. Stephens Family vault. Table tomb with reeded corner piers and hipped chamfered slab. 8. 1802. Elizabeth Lunn. Table tomb in poor condition. Moulded panels and railings, standards with iron capping. 9. 1848. John Lawton, table tomb. 10. 1790s. Benwell Family vault. Table tomb, panelled. Spear head rails with urn capped standards. 11. C17 table tomb with chamfered eaves to capping.

Listing NGR: SU7088574912

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 38869

Legacy System: LBS

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