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Obelisk at Maggots Mound, Shelford Road, Harston

History of the Obelisk at Maggots Mound

Listed Building:

Memorial. To Gregory Wale. c.1739. By Charles Bottomley (signed). Limestone obelisk raised up on cement rendered truncated pyramid. Surmounted by badly worn urn or vase with twisted fluting.


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