Grade 2* Listed monument. Chest tomb in the churchyard of St. Cyr's. Late 18th C. Limestone. Moulded capping and plinth; Baroque style enriched cartouche to south wall with a putto (the face of a grieving male cherub), and inscription to William Bendall, 1765. The plaque also commemorates his widow Kesia; and two of their children that died in infancy. The stone end panels have enriched string motifs; and the east side has the representation of books. The tomb stands on a large platform of stone slabs.