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Description: Church of St John the Baptist and All Saints
Date Listed: 17 May 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 333432
OS Grid Reference: SE5255870043
OS Grid Coordinates: 452558, 470043
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1236, -1.1973
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SE 57 SW EASINGWOLD CHURCH HILL
1/104 (north side)
17.5.60 Church of St John the Baptist and All Saints
(formerly listed as
Church of St John the
Church. Mainly C15 in present form. Re-set door of c1200 north side of nave and
possible remains of earlier fabric. Restored C19. Ashlar. Welsh slate chancel
roof, otherwise lead. Ashlar coping. West tower, 5 bay nave with later south
porch, 3 bay chancel. Three-stage embattled tower which originally had a high open
west porch of which the chamfered pointed arch remains, now blocked with a later
door and window inserted. Nave and chancel: straight-headed 2-light windows with
simple panel tracery mainly restored. Hood moulds with head stops, mainly modern
replacements. Angle buttresses with concave set-offs. Two-centred 3-light east
window with renewed decorated tracery (C17 V.C.H.) under hood mould with stops.
North side nave re-set 2-centred door with roll moulded and colonettes with moulded
capitals and waterholding bases, very much weathered. Interior: nave arcade of
double-chamfered arches which die into octagonal piers. Similarly the double-
chamfered chancel arch dies into the imposts. Monument to Thomas Rayns d.1713 has
Ionic pilasters and broken pediment with hatchment.
Listing NGR: SE5255870043
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Source: English Heritage
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