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P0672
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Surname Cervington (Servington, Cervyngton)
First name Oliver (Roger?)
Nickname  
Dating 1348
Location Whatley
Life dates ob after 1348
Title  
Close relatives wife - Elizabeth
Type of the object effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St George Church, Whatley, Somerset, UK
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
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Whatley church has a super military effigy with interesting mid-14th century armour.

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In Whatley church, in the fourteenth century, a south chantry chapel was added by Elizabeth, widow of Sir Oliver de Cervington and dedicated in 1350 with an altar tomb, presumably that of Sir Oliver

Note the carved shields: three stag's head on a chevron. The feet lie on a stag in an arrangement of leaves

Rodger de Servington
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South transept contains recumbant figure of knight, Rodger de Servington, on richly decorated chest tomb, made up of 4 panels with blind crocketed ogee heads. Figure wears plate armour and surcoat, shield with chevron bearing 3 stags heads; feet rest on curled stag.

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Roger De Carvington effigy and tomb, 1350. [Recumbant figure of knight, Rodger de Servington, on richly decorated chest tomb, made up of 4 panels with blind crocketed ogee heads. Figure wears plate armour and surcoat, shield with chevron bearing 3 stags heads; feet rest on curled stag.]

WHATLEY (St. George).
Person Represented. A member of the Servington family.
Effigy (6ft. 3ins.) in pointed basinet with camail attached, hauberk pointed in front with quilted gambeson beneath, cyclaswith front of skirt adorned with invested edging having a fleur-de-lis (2ins. by 2|ins.) at each point, fastened at sides with small round buttons and 15ins. longer behind than in front, girdle (Jin.), plate
or cuir-bouilli reinforcements fastened on arms and over hose of mail with straps and buckles, elbow-cops with four-leaf flowers at sides and ridged knee-cops, prick-spurs and straps, hands (in gauntlets with gadlings) raised in prayer, feet apparently in flexible leather coverings, shield (1ft. 8ins. by 1ft. 6ins.) having bottom
and edges damaged (a chevron charged with three bucks' heads cabossed, Servington), guige (ljins.) over right shoulder, sword-belt (2ins.) with buckle and short pendent strap, sword (3ft. lin.) on left side with straight quillons, swelling grip and diamond-shaped pommel, head on large tasselled cushion (lit. 7ins. by llins.
by 6Jins.), feet resting on Servington crest {an oalc tree erased vert fructed or, enfiled with a tun of the last at the time of the sculpture, but later the " oak tree " is changed to a " pine tree "). Effigy in south chapel on table-tomb (6ft. 8ins. by 2ft. 4ins. by 2ft. SJins.),

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