Reeves of Bath
Reeves was the most prominent firm of monumental masons (tombstone carvers) in Bath, Somerset. They flourished from c. 1778 to the 1860s. They often signed their work with "Reeves," or occasionally "Reeves & Son of Bath" when commissioned outside of Bath. One memorial is in the Grade I-listed City of London church St. Magnus the Martyr.
List of works
- 1786, Thomas Stokes, marble tablet in St Marys Church Yate
- 1799, Nathaniel Osborne, marble tablet in St Marys Church, Tormarton
- 1807, Simon Wayte marble tablet in Church of St Mary, Rodbourne Cheney, Swindon
- 1820, Thomas Preston Esq. (d.1820) and wife Jane (d.1823), their daughters, and many subsequent entries until 1848. It features the willow tree motif, and is in the City of London Church of St Magnus-the-Martyr.
- 1841, George Whittington marble tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Cold Ashton
- c.1847, Benjamin Plim Bellamy Monument in Bath Abbey Cemetery
- c.1847, Samuel Maxwell Hinds Memorial in Bath Abbey Cemetery
- c.1847, Joseph Chaning Pearce Memorial in Bath Abbey Cemetery
- 1851, William Bevan Gwyn monument in Church of St Cain, Llangain
Contemporary Monumental Masons in Bath
- The Victorian Society: Avon Group, “The Quick and the Dead: A Walk Round Some Bath Cemeteries” (15 Sept 1979)
- "Listed buildings" (PDF). South Gloucestershire Council. Retrieved 2009-04-04.
- "Swindon listed buildings" (PDF). Swindon Council. Retrieved 2009-04-04.
- LLoyd, Thomas; Orbach, Julian; Scourfield, Robert (2006). Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Yale University Press. p. 307. ISBN 978-0-300-10179-9.