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Headstones in Churchyard of Church of All Saints South of Chancel

A Grade II Listed Building in Granby, Nottinghamshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9179 / 52°55'4"N

Longitude: -0.8843 / 0°53'3"W

OS Eastings: 475114

OS Northings: 336195

OS Grid: SK751361

Mapcode National: GBR BM4.56X

Mapcode Global: WHFJ7.DX4F

Entry Name: Headstones in Churchyard of Church of All Saints South of Chancel

Listing Date: 23 June 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1227660

English Heritage Legacy ID: 425578

Location: Granby, Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire, NG13

County: Nottinghamshire

Civil Parish: Granby

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Granby

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text

In the entry for:

GRANBY SUTTON LANE
SK 73 NE (south side)
3/57 Headstones in
Churchyard of Church
of All Saints,
south of chancel
GV II

The surname Orson on headstones Nos 16,17 and 18, shall be
amended to read: Orston.

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GRANBY SUTTON LANE
SK73NE (south side)
3/57 Headstones in
- Churchyard of
Church of All Saints,
south of chancel
GV II

Headstones. Mainly C18. Mainly slate.

1. Rectangular with flowing decoration, to: Benjamin Levesten
d.1779.

2. Large with relief-faced winged angel (defaced), divided vertically,
to: James son of Benjamin Lievesley d.1724. Also Benjamin
Lievesley of Sutton d.1724.

3. Taller, with shaped head, finely detailed, to: Benjamin son of
Benjamin and Sarah Lievesley.

4. Similar to above, to: Ann daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Lievesley
d.1792.

5. Tiny, with round-faced winged angel, to: Sarah wife of Benjamin
Lievely d.Jan 21st 1721 aged 50 years.

6. Limestone, small with shaped top and raised letters (a verse) on
one side and an oval panel on the other side. Illegible probably
early C18.

7. Rectangular with diaper pattern, to: William Newbray d.1769.

8. Rectangular with moulded surround, to: Alice Newbray d.1747.

9. Incised face in each top corner, to: Martin Newbray d.1741.

10. Plain, to: Ambrose Newbere of Sutton, the husband of Elizabeth
Newbere d.1719, also Elizabeth Newbere d.1719.

11. Tall, with shaped top and fine decoration, to: George Harrison
son of John and Elizabeth Harrison d.1786.

12. Tall, shaped, with relief vase in oval and classical detail, to:
Elizabeth the wife of John Harrison d.1776.

13. Tall, shaped, classical with fine details of flowers etc. In
the head a relief globe with a serpent, to: John Harrison d.1783.

14. Fine foliage with central relief cherubs head, to: Alice the
wife of William Harrison d.1779.

15. Tall, shaped, classical, to: Elizabeth daughter of Edmund and
Martha Roubotham d.1800. Signed Wood, Bingham.

16. Rectangular, with 2 round-faced winged angels and raised letters,
to: William Orson Senior d.1728 aged 81 years, followed by a verse
in raised letters. Also, to: Sarah, daughter of William Orson
by Elizabeth his wife, it died in infancy. An excellent example
of the type.

17. Small, with round-faced winged angel, to: Elizabeth wife of
William Orson d.1719.

18. Small with round-faced winged angel, to: Elizabeth wife of John
Chittle of Bingham and daughter of William Orson of this town
d.1721.

19. (10 metres south of east end of chancel). Rectangular with round-
faced winged angel, to: Robert Willomel d.1722 aged 84 years.


Listing NGR: SK7511436195

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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