Tamworth Church - Monument of priest: sepia drawing

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Date:1838

Description:'Monument in the North Aisle of Tamworth Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a priest in a flowing gown with his feet on an animal, situated in an arched recess under two large windows in the north aisle.'J. Buckler.'


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1600s
Tamworth Church - Tomb: tracing in ink
Tamworth Church - Tomb: tracing in ink

Tracing of a tomb showing a cross-legged knight, 'in the chancell on the North side,' ...

1780s
Tamworth Church: lithograph
Tamworth Church: lithograph

'Church, North East,' view showing chiefly the large east windows. The tower top ...

1820s
Church Street, Tamworth: lithograph
Church Street, Tamworth: lithograph

'Church Street.' Showing half-timbered houses on the left in the foreground, and ...

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Donor ref:SV-X.98 (45/9866)

Source: William Salt Library

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