Information on Rogers Chest Tomb East Of South Aisle Of Church Of St Paul, Ludgvan

  • District name:Cornwall (code: E06000052)
  • Parish name:Ludgvan
  • Grade:II
  • Legacy system:LBS
  • Legacy uid:70397
  • Date of most recent amendment:Not applicable to this List entry.
  • Asset groupings:This List entry does not comprise part of an Asset Grouping. Asset Groupings are not part of the official record but are added later for data.
  • Point mapped:The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.
  • Latitude:50.144704180881
  • Longtitude:-5.493034198057
  • Easting:50533
  • Northing:33026
Rogers Chest Tomb East Of South Aisle Of Church Of St Paul is valuable for its historical worth and architectural features. This place is located in the Ludgvan in Cornwall . It belongs to grade II of the Listed Buildings System categories and is registered under the UID number 70397. Apart from these sites, some other attractions surrounding this place include Wayside Cross In Ludgvan Churchyard , Treassowe Manor House and Boundary Stone Marazion Old Bridge .

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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Architecture and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.


LUDGVAN LUDGVAN CHURCHTOWN SW 53 SW 8/45 Rogers chest tomb east of south - aisle of Church of Saint Paul GV II Chest tomb with integral headstone. To John Rogers of Treassowe and of Penrose ac Sithney, 1750-1832 and Margaret, widow of the above, died 1842. Rectangular-on-plan dressed granite chest with pedimented headstone at the east end. Moulded lid to chest and moulded border to the incised inset plaque fastened to the headstone. Marble slabs at the side of the chest (now loose). John Rogers possibly the member of the Rogers family who built Rogers' Tower qv.


Source: English Heritage