September 28th, 2018

Wimpole Hall - Wimpole - Orwell - Bourn - Arrington - Longstowe - Caldecote - Knapwell - Boxworth

White Marble Altar Tomb to Philip, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke, d.1834 and his wife Elizabeth, d. 1858, daughter of James, 5th Earl of Balcarres
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Alabaster Altar Tomb
to Sir Thomas Chicheley d.1616
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Three bay Venetian Window, originally a reredos. In nmemory of Rev. Edward Lyon Fellowes and esigned by George Aitken for James Powell & Sons, 1898
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
1. Earl of Hardwicke and his wife
2. 'Lord Talks to a Crowd' East wall, Chicheley Chapel
by Lavers, Barraud & Westake, 1868
3. 'Blessed Virgin Mary' and 'St George'. WW1 Memorial to Mary Viscountess Clifden d.1921 and her son Captain Thomas Charles Reginald Agar-Robartes d.1915 of wounds recieved at the battle of Loos by Heaton, Butler & Bayne

St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Wall Monument to
Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke
, d.1831
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Wall Monument to
Charles Yorke
,
Lord Chancellor of
Great Britain, d.1770
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Wall Monument to
Philip, first Earl of Hardwicke
d.1764, and his wife Margaret d.1761
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Wall Monument to
Philip, 2nd Earl of Hardwicke d.1790. Monument by
T. Banks
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Capital
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Marble Wall Monument
to Elizabeth, d.1766,
wife of John Yorke
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Capital
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Organ gallery
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Monumental Brass to Thomas Worsley, 1502
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Font
St Andrew's Church, Wimpole
Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire
Art and Treasures of Wimpole Hall

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