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Chest tomb of John Fenton in the grounds of Church of St. Peter Ad Vincula


Area
Stoke
Street
Glebe Street
Heritage No.
121 A
Grade
II
Date Listed
15 March 1993
Building: Chest tomb of John Fenton in the grounds of Church of St. Peter Ad Vincula
Location: STOKE ON TRENT SJ8645 GLEBE STREET
Description:  Single chest tomb of 1694, restored in 1888. Stone balustrade pillars and angels

 

Chest tomb of John Fenton
Chest tomb of John Fenton
 

The inscription reads:

"The epitaph 
writ by 
Elijah Fenton ye poet 
to his fathers memory.
Restored by ye Fenton Family
of
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Jany 1888

 


Chest Tomb. 1694, restored in 1888. Stone.

Chest with balustrade-like pilasters at angles, and inscriptions on the long sides, in memory of John Fenton, flanked by cherubs heads and drapes.


"Joannes Fenton de Shelton"

"Salutis humanŠ 1694"

 


photos:  Steve Birks  July 2000


on St. Peters

summary of all listed buildings in St. Peters grounds

 


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