Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.

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Index of Brasses

Brasses - Brasses (or Sepulchral Brasses) started to be used on tombstones in the late 13C. They can be on floor-slabs or as part of more elaborate monuments. Many were lost at the Dissolution in 1537 when much church metalwork was melted down. A lot of stones can still be seen with 'indents' where brasses were set. Their use was occasionally revived in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

 9 churches with 22 Brasses

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St Peter Astwood †1409 Brass to Roger Keston.

†1534 Brass to Thomas Chibnale and 2 wives.

St Peter Burnham early 16C Brass to Gyles Eyre and wife.

late 16C 2 Brasses to Eyre family members.

St Peter Chalfont St Peter †1545 Brass to Robert Harrison? (vicar 1532-45).

†1592 Brass to Robert Drury.

St Nicholas Chearsley †1462 Brass to John Frankeleyn & wife.

St Michael Chenies †1469 Brass to John Walilton and 2 wives.

†1484 Brass to Lady Cheyne and her 2nd husband.

†1494 Brass to Richard Newland, Rector 1483-94.

†1510 Brass to Lady Phelip.

†1511 Brass to Agnes Johnson.

†1524 Brass to Elizabeth Broughton.

St Leonard Chesham Bois †1520 Brass to Benedict Lee, a chrisom baby.

†1516 Brass to Elizabeth Cheyne. Husband Robert's brass was added.

†1552 Brass to Robert Cheyne. Added to wife Elizabeth's brass.

†1585 Brass to John Cheyne.

St Lawrence Chicheley †1558 Brass to Anthony Cave and his wife.

c1560 Brass to ? Cave (name uncertain). Skeleton in Shroud.

St Mary the Virgin Clifton Reynes c1428 Brass of John Reynes.

c1500 Brasses to unknown couple.

St Nicholas Cublington †1410 Brass to John Dervyle (1st Vicar of church).
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