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Church of St Andrew, Burton Pedwardine

Description: Church of St Andrew

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 192563

OS Grid Reference: TF1193542097
OS Grid Coordinates: 511935, 342097
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9646, -0.3349

Location: Helpringham Road, Burton Pedwardine, Lincolnshire NG34 0BX

Locality: Burton Pedwardine
Local Authority: North Kesteven District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG34 0BX

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Listing Text

TF 14 SW
(south side)
6/16 Church of
St. Andrew

Parish church. Cll, C12, C13, C14, rebuilt apart from north
transept 1870-1 by Charles Kirk. Limestone ashlar, slate roofs.
Nave with bellcote, chancel, north transept. West wall of nave
has a 3 light window with cusped geometric tracery to the head.
At the gable is a square bellcote with openwork sides and
crocketted pinnacle. In the north nave wall are 3 lancets with
trefoil heads to the lights and wave moulded surrounds. In the
west wall of the north transept is a blocked C13 arch. Otherwise
the transept has stepped C14 setback buttresses with niches and
crocketted ogee canopies. The north window is of 3 lights with
C19 geometric tracery. In the east wall is a 3 light C14 window
with cusped ogee heads to the lights and a pointed wave moulded
surround. C19 chancel east window of 3 lights with geometric
tracery. The 2 windows on the south side of the nave match those
to the north, and there is a C19 pointed moulded doorway with
angle shafts having annular capitals. Interior: C19 pointed
chancel arch with engaged shafted reveals, annular capitals and
double chamfered head. In the sanctuary is a plain stone side
bench supported on stone brackets, and on the north side is a
section of large reused C14 moulded octagonal pillar base with
engaged shafts. In the north wall of the chancel is a chamfered
4 centred arched doorway to the north transept. Fittings: C19
circular tapering tub font. In the west wall of the nave are set
5 sections of C10 two strand interlace carving, a voluted Cll
capital and a section of 'jews harp' moulded hood. Also 2 early
C13 hobnail decorated octagonal capitals. Monuments: in the
north wall of the north transept is a C14 recess with moulded
head and human head stops containing the ledger slab to Alis de
Pedwardyn, d.1330, showing head of deceased flanked by shields
and marginal inscription. On the east wall a corbel supports a
rectangular limestone plaque to William Yorke, d.1689, with
guilloched borders. On the west wall a fine alabaster monument
to Sir Thomas Horseman, d.1610. A fine sideboard tomb with
deceased lying in full plate armour, head on a cushion, with
beneath a plain pilastered tomb chest with gadrooned top and
above a pair of semi-circular arches over inscription panels,
flanked by single Corinthian columns supporting a plain
entablature with armorial escutcheon.

Listing NGR: TF1193542097

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Source: English Heritage

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