The Monuments of St. Lawrence

 

St Lawrence has no stone mural monuments, which for a church of this size is highly unusual, although there are many floor monuments, including several fifteenth-century brasses (now in store). This may indicate that, while there were many wealthy inhabitants in the Middle Ages, this was not so by the seventeenth century, when such monuments start to be erected in other churches. The floor monuments indicate a certain level of wealth, but mural monuments are much more costly.

 

The sole exception, Sarah Glover's brass tablet, was placed there by subscription; such tablets cost far less than stone monuments. To learn about Sarah click here

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All Saints Westlegate St. George Tombland St. Julian St. Michael at Plea
St. Andrew St. Giles St. Lawrence St. Peter Hungate
St. Augustine St. Gregory St. Margaret St. Peter Mancroft
St. Benedict St. Helen St. Martin at Oak St. Peter Parmentergate
St. Clement St. James Pockthorpe St. Martin at Palace Plain St. Saviour
St. Edmund Fishergate St. John de Sepulchre St. Mary Coslany St. Simon & St. Jude
St. Etheldreda St. John Maddermarket St. Mary the Less St. Stephen
St. George Colegate St. John Timberhill St. Michael(Miles) Coslany St. Swithin