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Description: Ruins of Church of St Michael at Tf 657 192
Date Listed: 19 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 221936
OS Grid Reference: TF6570019200
OS Grid Coordinates: 565700, 319200
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7450, 0.4533
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TF 61 NE
5/3 Ruins of Church of
19-10-51 St. Michael at
TF 657 192
Ruined parish church. C12. Carstone rubble with some iron conglomerate and
a few flints and erratics, limestone dressings; roofless. Single cell.
West gable with return angles and south-east angle only. 4-centred window
opening to west gable with remnants of cusped tracery; bricks to gable above
opening and to upper rear arch; square brick-lined small aperture through
wall to either side of opening. C12 coffin lid of limestone in position of
south porch. Font, q.v. 5/4, now in garden of Whitehouse Farmhouse at TF
661 186. Fragments of moulding now in King's Lynn Museum.
Listing NGR: TF6570019200
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Source: English Heritage
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