Mavesyn Ridware - Tomb of Hugo Mavesyn: engraving

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Date:1700 - 1799 (c.)

Description:Showing the tomb of 'Hugo Malveysin' with an effigy in chain armour and a surcoat, under a niche in the north wall of the north aisle. Also showing a view of his skeleton in a stone coffin.[Proof on thin paper without lettering; see SV VIII.71 for similar engraving].


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Mavesyn Ridware - Floor tiles in Mavesyn Mortuary Chapel: sepia drawing
Mavesyn Ridware - Floor tiles in Mavesyn Mortuary Chapel: sepia drawing

Showing engravings of five floor tiles, one with the Mavesyn arms.[See SV VIII.72a, ...

Mavesyn Ridware Church: engraving
Mavesyn Ridware Church: engraving

'Mavesyn Ridware, S.E., 1782, p.190.' Showing the south aisle and porch, the chancel ...

Mavesyn Ridware Church: sepia drawing
Mavesyn Ridware Church: sepia drawing

'North West View of Mauvesin Ridware Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the tower ...

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Donor ref:SV-VIII.70 (45/9609)

Source: William Salt Library

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