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Church of Saint Michael, Anderson

Description: Church of Saint Michael

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 103414

OS Grid Reference: SY8802397536
OS Grid Coordinates: 388023, 97536
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7773, -2.1712

Location: Anderson, Dorset DT11 9HD

Locality: Anderson
Local Authority: North Dorset District Council
County: Dorset
Country: England
Postcode: DT11 9HD

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Listing Text

ANDERSON
SY 89 NE ANDERSON MANOR

7/1 Church of Saint Michael
14-7-55
GV II

Former parish church, now redundant. Medieval origin, transept added 1755,
whole Church largely rebuilt 1882. Architect Walter J Fletcher, of Wimborne,
Nave, Chancel, south transept, south porch. Walls, nave of flint and stone
banding, transept of flint and brick bonding, chancel plastered. Chamfered
plinth. Tiled roofs with stone eaves courses, coped gables and ornamental
ridge tiles. Double stone bell cote at west end, gabled, with trefoiled
arches, supported on a shallow pilaster buttress on west wall. C19 porch
in angle of nave and transept, of glazed timbering on flint and stone base,
with stone slate roof. West of this a 2-light square-headed window with
trefoiled lights. 2-light traceried window in transept. Single-light
square-headed windows, with trefoiled lights, in north and south chancel
walls. 2-light pointed arched traceried window in east wall. North wall
of nave has two 2-light square-headed windows with trefoiled lights.

Internally, chancel has a pine roof with cusped braced principals. Nave and
transept roofs of pine, arch-braced. C19 pine pews and pulpit. Small C19
octagonal font. Bowl of. earlier font on floor of transept, with part of base.
On south wall of nave a circular marble monument to Margaret Golpine, died
1803, signed J Brine. 1807.

Churchyard wall, probably C19, of brick, with shallow piers and plain coping.
(RCHM Monument 1. Dorset. Vol.III)


Listing NGR: SY8802397536

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Source: English Heritage

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