GROUP 12 MONUMENTS IN THE CHURCHYARD APPROX BETWEEN 5 AND 20M TO NORTH OF PORCH TO CHURCH OF

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1305404

Date first listed: 24-Feb-1987

Statutory Address: GROUP 12 MONUMENTS IN THE CHURCHYARD APPROX BETWEEN 5 AND 20M TO NORTH OF PORCH TO CHURCH OF, CHURCH LANE

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Location

Statutory Address: GROUP 12 MONUMENTS IN THE CHURCHYARD APPROX BETWEEN 5 AND 20M TO NORTH OF PORCH TO CHURCH OF, CHURCH LANE

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Stroud (District Authority)

Parish: Stonehouse

National Grid Reference: SO 79956 05033

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Details

SO 7905 STONEHOUSE CHURCH LANE (west side)

6/153 Group of 12 monuments in the churchyard approximately between 5 and 20m to north of porch to Church of St. Cyr

GV II*

Chest tombs and 1 pedestal tomb. Mid C17-early C19. Limestone and sandstone. Described in rows running from south to north and across from west to east.

Chest tomb. Dated 1729. Limestone. Lyre ended with bolection moulded panel to south side flanked by robed mourners; swag panel to north. Cyma moulded top and base. Inscribed on south side to Sarah Beard, died 1729.

Chest tomb. Mid-late C17. Limestone. Rectangular with balusters forming 2 side panels. Egg and dart moulded top; base invisible (November 1985). Inscriptons illegible.

Chest tomb. Dated 1653. Limestone. Plain sides and ends. Incised panels on south side. Chamfered top; base invisible. Verse and date inscribed in serif capitals on south side; name illegible.

Chest tomb. Mid-late C17. Limestone. Rectangular with balusters forming 2 side panels; worn decoration to band above panels. Egg and dart moulded top; base invisible. Verse inscribed on south side in serif capitals.

Chest tomb. Dated 1696. Limestone. Rectangular with balusters forming 2 side panels. Billeted moulding to top; base invisible. Inscribed on south side to ELIZABETH BROWNING, died 1696.

Chest tomb. Dated 1687. Limestone. Lyre ended with elaborate carved border to panel on south side flanked by putti on pedestals. Cyma moulded top and base. Inscribed on south side to William Andrews, died 1687.

Chest tomb. Dated 1677. Limestone. Lyre ended with finely carved panels flanking side inscription panels. Cyma moulded top; cavetto base. Inscribed on north side to Elizabeth Clutterbooke, died 1677.

Chest tomb. Dated 1696. Limestone. Lyre ended with fine carving around recessed inscription panel to south side. Cyma moulded top; base invisible. Inscribed on south side to Sarah Nash, died 1696.

Chest tomb. Dated 1697. Limestone. Lyre ended but extremely plain with 2 bolection moulded panels on south side. Small brass plate let in on north side inscribed to WILLIAM MILL, died 1697.

Chest tomb. Dated 1702. Limestone. Lyre ended with fine, well preserved carving including bold wreathed oval panel on south side flanked by cherubs. Double cavetto top; cyma moulded base. Inscriptions almost illegible but dated 1702 on south side.

Chest tomb. Early C18. Limestone. Lyre ended with fine carving and many symbols of death. Cyma moulded top and base. Inscribed on north side to Judeth --------, date illegible.

Pedestal tomb. Dated 1810. Sandstone. Rectangular with corner balusters. Inscribed on west side to JOHN ELLIOTT, died 1810.

An unusually good group containing some very well preserved examples of late C17 and early C18 monument design.

Listing NGR: SO7995605033

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 132029

Legacy System: LBS

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