Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

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

Index of Hatchments

A funerary Hatchment is a depiction within a black lozenge-shaped frame, generally on a black (sable) background, of a deceased's heraldic achievement, that is to say the escutcheon showing the arms, together with the crest and supporters of his family or person. Regimental Colours and other military or naval emblems are sometimes placed behind the arms of military or naval officers. Such funerary hatchments, generally therefore restricted in use to members of the nobility or armigerous gentry, used to be hung on the wall of a deceased person's house, and were later transferred to the parish church.

 1 Church

Thumbnail Building Hatchments
St Michael & All Angels
Aston Clinton
Hatchment for Francis, 2nd Viscount Lake, †1836
2 Hatchments for George Rowland Minshull, †1840
Hatchment for Sir Anthony Rothschild, †1876

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

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