Clifton Campville Church - Vernon Monument: engraving

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Date:1762 - 1802 (c.)

Description:Tomb of Sir John Vernon and his wife, dated 1545. The effigies are on the top and a coat of arms with supporters and weepers is on the side.Inscribed 'To the Revd. John Watkins, this View of Clifton Camvile Church, and Parsonage House, etc, is inscribed by his obliged servant, S. Shaw'. Engraved by Ravenhill after a drawing by Rev. S. Shaw.


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1760s
Clifton Campville Church - Vernon Monument: pencil drawing
Clifton Campville Church - Vernon Monument: pencil drawing

North view of the Vernon Monument, [to Sir John Vernon and his wife.] Showing two ...

1790s
Clifton Campville Church: engraving
Clifton Campville Church: engraving

'Clifton Camville Church,' south west view showing the tower and spire, the south ...

1830s
Clifton Campville Church: sepia drawing
Clifton Campville Church: sepia drawing

'West View of Clifton Campville Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the tower, which ...

1870s
Clifton Campville Church: lithograph
Clifton Campville Church: lithograph

West view showing the tower and spire. Artist Rev. John Louis Petit.

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Donor ref:SV-III.124b (45/7752)

Source: William Salt Library

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