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Statue of Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal

A Grade II Listed Building in Chelmsford, Essex

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Latitude: 51.7345 / 51°44'4"N

Longitude: 0.4726 / 0°28'21"E

OS Eastings: 570835

OS Northings: 206864

OS Grid: TL708068

Mapcode National: GBR PKK.69Z

Mapcode Global: VHJK2.4NPQ

Entry Name: Statue of Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal

Listing Date: 20 May 1949

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1099160

English Heritage Legacy ID: 352596

Location: Chelmsford, Essex, CM1

County: Essex

District: Chelmsford

Town: Chelmsford

Electoral Ward/Division: Moulsham and Central

Built-Up Area: Chelmsford

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin, St Peter and St Cedd

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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Listing Text

Statue of
Sir Nicholas Conyngham
TL 7006 NE 3/37 20.5.49.


Erected in 1850. South-west of Shire Hall and north of Tindal Street in central
position in Tindal Square, by E H Bailey. A bronze seated figure in judges
robes on stone pedestal with inscription. Four corner terminals. N C Tindal
1776-1846 born in Chelmsford and educated at Grammar School. Became Solicitor-
General and Chief Justice of Common Pleas. Figures in several celebrated cases
as judge.

Listing NGR: TL7083506864

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