Photographs of St Lawrence's Church, Snarford, Lincolnshire

After 29 Aug 1582 Thomas St Paul was buried at St Lawrence's Church. Monument to Thomas St Paul and Faith Grantham. Fine freestanding tomb chest with canopy. The sides of the tomb chest have acanthus pilasters, the panels between contain wreathed shields. The full length recumbent albaster effigies show the man in full plate armour holding sword and prayerbook,head on helm, feet on a cushion with flowers. His wife is in a long dress with cloak and close fitting hat, holding a bible. The inscription runs round the top edge of the chest. The canopy is supported on 6 pillars, those at the angles being circular and bulbous, the others in the form of obelisks decorated with fishscale paterae, with elaborate Ionic capitals with roses in the necking. The entablature has an egg and dart frieze. Above the heads of the columns are 5 female and 1 male weepers. At the centre of the canopy is a raised altar bearing shields and surmounted by the kneeling figure of the heir clad in armour. In front kneels a larger figure of a girl. The monument is all painted and gilded.

After 28 Oct 1613 George St Paul Baronet St Paul was buried at St Lawrence's Church. Monument to George St Paul Baronet St Paul and Frances Wray Countess Warwick. Elizabethan Period. A base supporting the reclining figures of the deceased with composite pillars supporting an entablature and armorial termination. In the base is a central semi-circular niche containing a carving of the deceased's daughter, flanked by niches containing mourning putti. Above on the lower step is a figure of Frances in full mourning dress with formal ruff and hat, reclining on a cushion holding a prayer book. On the upper step he reclines in plate armour with a sword. The figures are contained in a semi-circular headed recess with roses in the archivolt and on the back wall is an inscribed rectangular panel with scrolls and memento mori. The pillars to either side support a frieze and entablature from which rise flaming urns and at the angles, and at the centre is a raised achievement of arms flanked by scrolled shields and obelisks.

After 24 Mar 1619 Robert Rich 1st Earl Warwick was buried at St Lawrence's Church. Elizabethan Period. Head and shoulder portrait sculpture of deceased full face, with a profile of his wife Frances Wray Countess Warwick behind, set in a circular medallion. To either side are pelleted pilasters supporting an entablature with scrolled cartouche of arms and flanked by heraldic supporters. The whole is painted and gilded and beneath is a panel containing an inscribed poem.