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Church of All Saints, Froxfield

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 22 August 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 310734

OS Grid Reference: SU2957768028
OS Grid Coordinates: 429577, 168028
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4105, -1.5761

Location: Church Road, Froxfield, Wiltshire SN8 3YD

Locality: Froxfield
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN8 3YD

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Listing Text

SU 26 NE
(west side)
2/14 Church of All Saints
(formerly listed as Parish Church
of All Saints)
Anglican parish church. C13, C14, and C19 work by Ewan Christian.
Flint with limestone dressings. Stone tiled roof. Nave with south
porch and bell tower, chancel and north vestry. Chancel has 2
lancets to south and east end, latter with monolithic heads, and
chamfered water table. Bench mark on south-east quoin. Nave at
pronounced angle to chancel. Side alternate west quoins and some
herringbone work may indicate Cll work. Two-light south window
with quatrefoil head and no hoodmould, and 2 other later 2-light
windows. Late medieval 3-light west window. C14 north door and
probably C17 south door with C19 timber porch. Mass dials on south
east quoins. Roof half hipped to west and shingled bell tower of
the 1892 restoration with 6 trefoiled lights to each face.
Pyramidal roof.
Interior: Wide 3-bay nave with crown post roof of 1892. Chancel
arch, also 1892 and north opening from chancel for organ and
vestry. Chancel roof of 2 bays. Fittings: low stone medieval
bowl font. C19 oak pulpit on stone base. C19 brass and round pole
sanctuary rail and organ by Henry Jones of London. Monuments:
Nave: Wall tablets. 1777, pink and white marbles, to ELIAS and
ELEANOR IVY, Pedimented. Tablet of 1766, slate and marble, to
JOSEPH DRURY. Tablet of 1833, marble to MARGARET LOWDER. Tablet
of 1831, slate and marble, to GRACE ATWOOD. In chancel: Tablet of
1831, slate and marble to Rev. LUDOVIC EVANS, Latin inscription.
Tablet of 1872 to JOHN GILLMORE. Tablet of 1821, white marble on
slate, to Rev. JOHN GILLMORE. Urn over brackets flanking
inscription on sarcophagus. Over north door good Royal arms of
1671, and 2 devotional boards. (Pevsner N. Buildings of England:

Listing NGR: SU2957768028

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Source: English Heritage

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