Tettenhall Church - Tomb lid: tracing

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Date:1836

Description:'This figure cut in freestone lies flat, almost buried in grass on the North side of Tettenhall Church Yard, County of Stafford. S. S. 1794.' Showing a tomb lid with a full effigy, with hands at prayers, with a narrow waist. 'S. C. F. del.,' [drawn by S.C. Ferneyhough].


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1760s
Tettenhall Church: engraving
Tettenhall Church: engraving

'South East View of Tettenhall Church,' before its restoration. Showing a five ...

1790s
Tettenhall Church: water colour painting
Tettenhall Church: water colour painting

'Tettenhall.' South east view before its restoration. Showing a five light east ...

1820s
Tettenhall Church: sepia drawing
Tettenhall Church: sepia drawing

'Church of St. Michael, Tettenhall.' South view showing the tower, the south porch ...

1840s
Tettenhall - Ancient Oak Chest: woodcut engraving
Tettenhall - Ancient Oak Chest: woodcut engraving

'Ancient Coffer in Tettenhal [sic] Church,' apparantly in the vestry. Showing one ...

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Donor ref:SV-X.111b (45/9676)

Source: William Salt Library

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