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Church of All Saints, Kinsham

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 17 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 149149

OS Grid Reference: SO3643464910
OS Grid Coordinates: 336434, 264910
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2786, -2.9331

Location: Kinsham, County of Herefordshire LD8 2HR

Locality: Kinsham
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: LD8 2HR

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Listing Text


5/10 Church of All Saints


Parish church. Late C13 or early C14 restored during late C19. Roughcast
sandstone rubble, dressed rubble dressings; tiled roof. Continuous nave
and chancel, entrance to north side. North front: early C14 single light
with trefoil head to left of two-centred.arched headed chancel doorway
with chamfered jambs of similar date. Three-light C19 window to nave to
left of doorway with two-centred arched head and chamfered jambs. South
side has similar doorway to north nave doorway and C19 window to the right,
partially blocked by the addition of a brick flue. Square headed window
with iron grate and wooden shutter to right; single trefoil headed light
to chancel to right. East window: C14, two trefoil headed lights with a
quatrefoil, trefoil headed light to west end. Interior: early C18 gallery
at west end of nave on two oak posts with moulded capitals and bases, fielded
panels, panelled standards and moulded capping now blocked to ground floor.
At the rear of the gallery partition is a doorway with a panelled door and
a fanlight with three radiating flat balusters. C18 dado of fielded panelling
to nave walls and nave partition. Early C18 communion rails with turned
balusters and book board. Early C18 pulpit, semi-hexagonal with panelled
sides. Early C14 piscina in chancel with trefoiled head; further piscina
in south wall of nave with trefoiled head: Fragments of C14 glass re-
assembled in the east window. Font, possibly C15, octagonal bowl with
hollow splayed underside, later brick base. Monuments: Thomas Harley
memorial, 1738 wall tablet, marble pedimented surround with cartouche
of arms below.

Listing NGR: SO3643464910

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Source: English Heritage

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