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Description: The Parish Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 22 February 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 424451
OS Grid Reference: TQ0265418936
OS Grid Coordinates: 502654, 118936
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9607, -0.5397
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TQ 0l NW STOPHAM
14/139 The Parish Church of St
Church. Chancel, nave, north and south porches and west tower with hipped tiled
roof. Chancel and nave early Norman, with C13 windows in the chancel and C14 windows
in the nave. Tower rebuilt about 1600. The east window, dated 1638, is a heraldic
window, brought from the Manor Farmhouse and inserted in the church at that date, but
the glass is older. The church contains a fine series of brasses to members of the
Barttelot family of Stopham House dating from the early C15 onwards. There is also a
good series of mural tablets to the Barttelots. Very good medieval church,
Listing NGR: TQ0265018939
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Source: English Heritage
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