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Description: Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 30 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 171367
OS Grid Reference: TR1306051245
OS Grid Coordinates: 613060, 151245
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2206, 1.0497
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5273 PETHAM CHURCH LANE
Church of All Saints
TR 1351 37/515 30.1.67
Norman nave and north porch, Cl3 chancel and south aisle. Base of tower C13
but top of tower added in 1760. The church was restored after a fire in 1922
and the south arcade was rebuilt in a classical style. Built of flint. Top
of tower is red brick and crenellated. Four bay nave having roof with restored
crown posts. Lancet windows. Some C18 wall monuments. Two piscinas in the
chancel, one trefoil-headed. Similar piscina in nave. North porch with outward
The churchyard contains some C18 headstones with cherub, skull or urn motif
and some oval bodystones and chest tombs.
Listing NGR: TR1305551246
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Source: English Heritage
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