East Sussex Church Monuments - 1530 to 1830 - Archive of Photographs
by Professor Nigel Llewellyn

(141) IDEN, All Saints

North aisle and arcade 14th century; North chapel 14th century, raised in 18th century; South aisle has gone - Nairn & Pevsner (544); for plan see SNQ (XV 199); condition of rector's chancel in 1724 reportedly fine, the other chancel [of Sir Christopher Pawle?] was poor (Ford); floor monuments must have been lost; 141A-B are modest local productions.

141A Mural monument for Sarah BRIDGER, d. 1801

-  Choir, North wall, high up.

-  Inaccessible~Sound; very faded.

-  M.I. in upper 60% of a white marble oval; raised moulded inner frame; painted black outer frame.

141B Mural monument for Mary and John GOODWIN, d. 1795? and 1807?

-  Choir, North wall, high up over sanctuary rail.

-  Inaccessible~Sound; very faded; pigment lost.

-  Description: as for 141A.