The Rectory, Congresbury, North Somerset
Two stone heads for the price of one.
The Rectory was built in the late 15th century, and features many carved stone heads as ‘stops’ to the arched windows.
I can’t find any detailed descriptions of the heads, but these two remind me very much of Edward III and, presumably, his wife Philippa of Hainault.
Edward died in 1377 after a reign of fifty years, but is it likely that he would be commemorated on a Somerset building a century later?