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Description: Church of St Andrew
Date Listed: 12 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 325988
OS Grid Reference: SE4658044879
OS Grid Coordinates: 446580, 444879
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8980, -1.2926
There is also a scheduled monument, Fortified Manor House Known As Kyme Castle, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.
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SE 44 SE NEWTON-KYNE-CUM- NEWTON KYNE IIALL ESTATE
4/68 Church of St Andrew
Church. C12, C13, C14 with later additions. Magnesian limestone with stone
slate roof. West tower, nave with north aisle and south porch, and chancel
with north chapel. 2-stage tower: plinth. 2-light, straight, trefoil-
headed window. First floor band. Slit window to south. Trefoil-headed,
2-light bell openings. Band with gargoyles. Battlements. Porch: pointed
chamfered arch with incised figures in the chamfer of a cow, boar's head,
incised arms of Talbois and in relief, The Virgin and Child and a
St Andrew's cross. Pointed south doorway under hood-mould with stops.
Nave: to south side an ogee-headed window above porch, 2-light window with
plate tracery and elliptical-arched window. North aisle: a 2- and 3-light
window with Y-tracery. Chancel. South side: buttress to right. Trefoil-
headed priest's doorway with remains of incised Dials in jambs. 2-light
4-centred window under hood-mould with recut mullions. Round-headed windows
above door, 2 lancet window. North side: lancet window. North chapel: two
2-light windows with Y-tracery, and to east end a 3-light window with
Geometrical tracery to the head. East window: 3-light window with
Geometrical tracery to the head. Interior: double-chamfered, pointed-headed
tower arch. Late C13 nave arcade of 2 pointed arches with octagonal pier
and respond and double-shafted west respond cll50-1200. Double-chamfered
pointed chancel arch and part-blocked doorway between aisle and chapel.
Chancel: sedilia supported by cylindrical shaft. Piscina. Squint. C12
cylindrical font with C19 cover and base. Sculpted head on pedestal
inscribed on base 'JOHN / 1613 / FX' brought from Pateley Bridge in 1939.
C17 armorial shield, Barwick impaling Strickland. Wall monument to Robert
Fairfax d 1725. Wooden memorial to Katherine Stapilton d 1695.
G E Kirk, The Parish church of St Andrew, Newton Kyne, 1953.
Listing NGR: SE4657944881
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Source: English Heritage
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