Six Rich Family Monuments in Churchyard South West Of Tower Of All Saints Church, Christian Malford, Wiltshire, SN15 (Grade II)

Six Rich Family Monuments in Churchyard South West Of Tower Of All Saints Church is a grade two (II) listed building in Christian Malford, Wiltshire, SN15. It was first listed in 1987.

About Six Rich Family Monuments in Churchyard South West Of Tower Of All Saints Church

CHRISTIAN MALFORD CHURCH ROAD ST 97 NE 5/131 Six Rich family monuments in churchyard south-west of tower of All Saints Church GV II Row of six chest tombs, early C19, ashlar. From north: a) Joseph Rich Sr monument, with concave-sided hexagonal plaque each side on horizontally reeded ground. Broad floral drop each side. Musk drop on end piers. Inscription to Joseph Rich Sr died 1811. b) S.P. Rich monument, with plain slab sides and incised line borders to two plaques each side. Moulded cornice. Inscription to Susanna P. Rich died 1843. c) Charles Rich Sr monument with curved ends to profile of baluster angles and oval plaques each side. Probably early C19 but inscriptions to Charles Rich Sr died 1759 and his children died 1733-44. d) Charles Rich Jr monument, identical to c), with inscription to Charles Rich Jr died 1739. Probably also early C19. e) William Rich monument, with large raised oval plaque each side, decorated raised angle piers, moulded cornice with fluted frieze and oval end plaques. Inscriptions to William Rich d.1804 and Mary Rich died 1821. f) John Rich monument, mid to later C19, trapezoid with cross- gabled capstone and angle antefixae. Inscription to John Rich died 1873.


Where is Six Rich Family Monuments in Churchyard South West Of Tower Of All Saints Church?

Six Rich Family Monuments in Churchyard South West Of Tower Of All Saints Church is located on Church Road, in Christian Malford, Wiltshire, SN15.


Key Facts

Grid ReferenceST 95976 78409
Easting, Northing395975.723, 178408.99884
Latitude, Longitude51.504599, -2.059372
Grade listingII (two)
English Heritage List Entry Number1022465
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