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Description: Church of St Mary, Ruins
Date Listed: 27 November 1957
English Heritage Building ID: 181520
OS Grid Reference: TR0096447349
OS Grid Coordinates: 600964, 147349
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1900, 0.8745
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TR 04 NW EASTWELL
5/12 Church of St. Mary,
Parish church, in ruins except C15 tower and C19 south-west
chapel. Tower: flint and plaster and dressed stone quoins
on weathered plinth. Three-stage offset diagonal buttresses.
Double roll chamfer and dripmould to doorway (no door), 2 light
Perpendicular window with cinquefoil over and string course
to belfry with C18 2-light opening, and battlemented crown.
North and south faces with single lights only over string course
and belfry openings. The blocked arch to nave with octagonal
piers. South aisle wall survives, of hammer-dressed stone,
one 2-light window, and one 2-light with sexfoil over. At
southern end a C19 mortuary chapel, of chalk ashlar and plain
tile roof, with cusped lancet windows, and vaulted interior.
All interior fittings and monuments removed.
Listing NGR: TR0107647001
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Source: English Heritage
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