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Church of St Mary, Pattingham and Patshull

Description: Church of St Mary

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 27 June 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 271460

OS Grid Reference: SJ8006700668
OS Grid Coordinates: 380067, 300668
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6034, -2.2957

Location: Pattingham, Staffordshire WV6 7HY

Locality: Pattingham and Patshull
Local Authority: South Staffordshire District Council
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Postcode: WV6 7HY

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Listing Text

SJ 80 SW
Church of St. Mary

Parish Church. c1743, with late C19 additions. By
James Gibbs for John Astley with additions by W.C. Banks.
Sandstone ashlar with rusticated quoins; leaded roofs
with raised verges and moulded eaves cornice. Single bay
Chancel, 3 bay nave; north aisle; west tower; north
vestry. Pedimented east gable and Venetian east window
with corbelled sills and Tuscan pilasters; round headed
windows to nave and Chancel, that in centre circular;
central door with Tuscan porch. West tower has 3 stages
with first floor band and second floor cornice; the bell
chamber was added in 1877. It has round headed louvred
openings with Tuscan pilasters and entablature and is
capped by a leaded cupola. Interior: North arcade of
1877 with square piers with bracketed capitals and round
arches; semi-elliptical Chancel and tower arches; coved
plaster ceiling. Fittings: marble baluster font of
1740's; Communion rail; altar table and 2 chairs of
same style and date with twisted balusters and legs; gilded
wrought iron screen of 1893 by Banks. Monuments:
Sir John Astley died 1532; alabaster, recumbent couple
with small figures on tomb chest; Sir Richard Astley died
1687; standing figure and 2 seated wives; frieze between
them of hnrsemen (these 2 monuments now form a composition);
Lord Pigot died 1795 and Sir Robert Pigot died 1796. both
by P.F. Chance, standing female figure by an urn. Medieval
coffin lid standing against south wall of nave. B.O.E.
Staffordshire (1974).

Listing NGR: SJ8006700668

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Source: English Heritage

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