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Description: Church of St Chad
Date Listed: 6 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 331386
OS Grid Reference: SE0925774142
OS Grid Coordinates: 409257, 474142
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1630, -1.8597
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STONEBECK UP MIDDLESMOOR
SE 07 SE
7/104 Church of St Chad
Church. 1864 by Crossland. Coursed squared stone with ashlar dressings,
Welsh slate roof. West tower, nave with north aisle and south porch,
chancel with north vestry. West tower: 3 stage, offset angle buttresses up
to bell stage at west end, bands between stages. Flat-headed 2-light cusped
west window with hoodmould to first stage. 2-light chamfered basket-arched
windows to second stage plus clocks to south and west. Belfry windows of 3-
lights, cusped with circle in top of pointed arch, hoodmould. Moulded
cornice, embattled parapet. Nave: 3 bays, to left a gabled porch with
moulded chamfered pointed-arched doorway, inside a board door in pointed-
arched surround. Coping and gable cross, continuous sill. To right two 2-
light chamfered, cusped traceried, pointed-arched windows, quatrefoils in
heads, hoodmoulds. Shaped modillions, stone coping, gable cross. Chancel:
continuous sill. 2 bays, to left an offset angle buttress with blind 2-
light pointed arch to gabled top. 2 chancel windows similar to those in
nave. Similar east window of 3-lights. Flat headed 2-light east window to
north vestry with cusped lights and hoodmould. Interior: 3 bay north
arcade, round piers with leaf motif capitals, chamfered pointed arches.
Similar chancel arch. Font: possibly Anglo-Saxon, round bowl shape on short
round column, 4 round panels carved on font at later date, representing the
4 apostles. Anglo-Saxon cross-head with doubled cross bars, belonging to St
Chad. C17 brass of Yorke family.
Listing NGR: SE0925774142
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Source: English Heritage
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