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Description: Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 25 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 204941
OS Grid Reference: TQ3941283862
OS Grid Coordinates: 539412, 183862
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5365, 0.0087
TQ 3983 CHURCH STREET
7/5 WEST HAM E15
- Church of All Saints
Church 12th century onwards. Coursed rubble, brick tile, and ashlar dressings. Tiled roofs.
Castellated west tower of c.1400. Ragstone, mended with tiles, with crenellated
octagonal stair turret. Complex building history. Norman nave with blocked clere-
story windows. Seven bay nave of mid-13th century in the extension to east circa
1400. North chancel chapel circa 1550 of red brick with diapered blue brick deco-
ration and Tudor arched windows with brick mullions. South side of church refaced
early C19 in yellow stock brick. Fine nave roof with late 15th century tie beams.
chancel roof circa 1500. Externally separate hipped roofs to aisles and nave.
Dormer windows form clerestory. Long covered way from road to south porch late C19.
Reredos by Sir George Gilbert Scott. Architectural fragments from Stratford
Langthorne Abbey incorporated in fabric including one two-light window and sculptured
stone with skulls. Very fine monuments, medieval and later.
Listing NGR: TQ3941283862
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Source: English Heritage
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