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

(241) SOUTHEASE, St. Peter

Norman, some Jacobean box pews - Nairn & Pevsner (608); the paving was defective in 1686 (Ford 38); the parish had 14 families in 1724, in which year the church was reportedly in decent order (Ford 152); the population was 108 in 1801; Horsfield (Sussex I 196-7) notes unspecified M.I.s to incumbents.

241A Ledger for John WILLARD, d. 1673

-  Sanctuary floor, North side.

-  87(W) x 192(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. (9 or 10? lines, engraved) in upper 30% of a sandy freestone slab; head to West.

241B Grave marker for Edmund ROSE, d. 1596

-  Sanctuary floor, South side.

-  53(W) x 29(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. (engraved) on a small freestone slab; head to East.

241C Floor monument for Edward BOUGHEN, d. 1653

-  Sanctuary floor, South side, West of 242B.

-  81(W) x 162(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. (6 lines, scratched) at upper end of a freestone slab; head to West.

-  Edward Boughen, D.D., clergyman (Woodchurch), d. 9 Nov 1653.