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East Sussex Church Monuments - 1530 to 1830 - Archive of Photographs
by Professor Nigel Llewellyn
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(208) PRESTON, St. Peter

208A Ledger for Rev. John WHELER, d. 1818

-  Nave aisle floor, centre.

-  91(W) x 181(L)  —  Worn.

-  M.I. (12 lines, engraved) on a pale cream freestone slab; head to West.


208B Ledger for Agnes PALMER, d. 1804

-  Nave aisle floor, centre, near chancel arch.

-  94(W) x 181(L)  —  Worn.

-  M.I. (17 lines, engraved) fills surface of a pale cream freestone slab; head to West.


208C Floor stone for Grace CHEYNELL, d. 1696

-  Nave floor, before the chancel arch.

-  75(W) x 58(L)  —  Sound; dirty.

-  M.I. (6 lines, engraved) on a small freestone slab; head to West.


208D Ledger for Elizabeth , unknown date

-  Nave floor, South of centre, opposite South and North doors.

-  91(W) x 183(L)  —  Very worn; irregular at East end.

-  M.I. (10 lines?, engraved) in upper 50% of an irregular freestone slab.

  

208E Anonymous ledger perhaps c.1800

-  Nave floor, South of 208D, in line with South door.

-  91(W) x 184(L)  —  Very worn; cracked.

-  M.I. (traces only) on a pale grey freestone slab; head to South.


208F Mural monument for James DOUGLAS, d. 1819

-  Nave, West wall, South of tower arch, facing East.

-  91(W) x 60(H)  —  Fine; faded.

-  M.I. (8 lines, engraved, Latin) on a white marble tablet set landscape-wise; incised chamfered frame.

  

208G Mural monument for Elizabeth SHIRLEY, d. 1684

-  Tower, North wall, facing South.

-  46(W) x 58(H)  —  Very worn; cracked (lower right).

-  M.I. (9 lines, engraved) on a cretaceous freestone slab.

  

208H Ledger for Charlotte CARBONELL, d. 1819

-  Nave floor, centre, far West end.

-  64(W) x 131(L)  —  Cracked; repaired; stained.

-  M.I. (5 lines, engraved) in upper 80% of a freestone slab; head to West.


208I Ledger for Grace CHEYNELL, d. 1683

-  Nave floor, West end, centre, East of 208H.

-  81(W) x 150(L)  —  Sound; edges worn.

-  M.I. (5 lines, engraved) in upper 20% of surface of a freestone (Horsham?) slab; head to West.


208J Ledger perhaps for J ... CARBONELL, unknown date

-  Nave floor, towards West end, centre, East of 208I, North of 208D.

-  80(W) x 166(L)  —  Very worn; cracked (West end).

-  Illegible.


208K Mural tablet for Theodosia, Countess of CLANWILLIAM, d. 1817

-  Nave, West wall, North of tower arch, facing East.

-  70(W) x 41(H)  —  Very good.

-  M.I. (engraved) on a white marble tablet, set landscape-wise; incised chamfered border.


208L Mural tablet for Charlotte WHELER, d. 1825, and Rev. John WHELER, d. 1818

-  Nave, West wall, below 208K.

-  58(W) x 81(H)  —  Very good.

-  M.I. (engraved, black) on an unframed white marble tablet, set portrait-wise.


208M Mural monument for Joseph ARMSTRONG, d. 1804

-  Nave, West wall, near 208G.

-  48(W) x 98(H)  —  Worn; cracked; dirty.

-  M.I. (11 lines, engraved) on a white marble tablet.


208N Mural monument for William HAMSHAR, d. 1738, wives and descendants

-  Nave, West wall, South of 208M; mostly obscured by an organ.

-  (W) unknown x 80(H)  —  Good (some obscured).

-  M.I. (engraved) on an unframed white marble tablet, set portrait-wise.