A skeleton in a 14th century tomb.

St John the Baptist, Mamble, Worcestershire
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The church dates back to about 1200 with 14th, 16th and late 18th
century alterations and additions.
In the south aisle there is a 14th century tomb chest recess with a recumbent
 carved skeleton. A member of the Blount family, it was moved from a
tomb chest in the Blount Chapel.

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