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Chest Tomb at 2m South of South Transept of Church of Saint Mylor

A Grade II Listed Building in Mylor Bridge, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.1769 / 50°10'36"N

Longitude: -5.0541 / 5°3'14"W

OS Eastings: 182035

OS Northings: 35230

OS Grid: SW820352

Mapcode National: GBR ZG.2TVX

Mapcode Global: FRA 089K.8TR

Entry Name: Chest Tomb at 2m South of South Transept of Church of Saint Mylor

Listing Date: 12 March 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1141633

English Heritage Legacy ID: 63500

Location: Mylor, Cornwall, TR11

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Mylor

Built-Up Area: Mylor Bridge

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Mylor

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text


4/221 Chest tomb at 2m south of south
transept of Church of Saint Mylor


Chest tomb. 1804. To Ann, wife of John Ker. Brick sides with sloped granite
monolith coping over each side joined by iron staples and enclosing slate slab with incised inscription and moulded border. Rectangular-on-plan.

Listing NGR: SW8203535230

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