CANOPIED SEAT AND FLANKING WALLS,MEMORIAL TO THE COUNTESS OF DUCIE,25 YARDS EAST OF CHANCEL OF ST LEONARD'S CHURCH

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1115015

Date first listed: 05-Jun-1984

Statutory Address: CANOPIED SEAT AND FLANKING WALLS,MEMORIAL TO THE COUNTESS OF DUCIE,25 YARDS EAST OF CHANCEL OF ST LEONARD'S CHURCH

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Location

Statutory Address: CANOPIED SEAT AND FLANKING WALLS,MEMORIAL TO THE COUNTESS OF DUCIE,25 YARDS EAST OF CHANCEL OF ST LEONARD'S CHURCH

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

District: South Gloucestershire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Tortworth

National Grid Reference: ST 70472 93340

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Details

ST 79 SW TORTWORTH

2/111 Canopied Seat and Flanking Walls, Memorial to the Countess of G.V. Ducie, 25 yards east of chancel of St. Leonard's Church II

Memorial to Julia, Countess of Ducie, died 1895. By W.D. Caroe in a Jacobean style. Consists of a canopied seat and flanking quadrant walls. Coursed rubble quadrant walls with moulded cornice, ashlar end piers and ball finials, and a low ashlar seat. The walls are swept up to the centre : recessed seat against a rubble wall with an inscribed plaque; arched canopy with decorated archivolt, pilaster strips; gabled with obelisk finials and carved Ducie arms.

Listing NGR: ST7047293340

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Legacy System number: 34744

Legacy System: LBS

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