Danvers Memorial, West Lavington

Recent Photograph of Danvers Memorial (West Lavington)

I have visited before so I did not take many photos, but here is a large church in a huge churchyard. It has an unusual south east chapel, built onto the wall of the chancel with only a door connecting the two, and with the lancets opening into it. A doorway from the south transeptal chapel has a short dog-leg passage leading into the chapel. This south transept houses a number of monuments, the chief one to Henry Danvers d.1654 a day after his 21st birthday with an epitaph that should suggest canonisation for the youngster...

(Information provided by Phil Draper)


Image contributed by Phil Draper on 11th June 2007.
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