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Latitude: 51.5495 / 51°32'58"N
Longitude: -0.8103 / 0°48'37"W
OS Eastings: 482588
OS Northings: 184073
OS Grid: SU825840
Mapcode National: GBR D60.ZXJ
Mapcode Global: VHDWH.W9ZZ
Entry Name: Church of St Mary
Listing Date: 25 March 1955
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1117524
English Heritage Legacy ID: 40909
Location: Hurley, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL6
County: Windsor and Maidenhead
Civil Parish: Hurley
Built-Up Area: Hurley
Traditional County: Berkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Berkshire
Church of England Parish: Burchetts Green
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
2017 HURLEY HIGH STREET
Church of St. Mary
SU 88 SW 5/177 25.3.55
Part of the Benedictine priory, now the parish church. C12, altered C15, restored 1852 by Hakewill. Flint and stone, tile, coped gabled roof. Continuous nave and chancel, and a timber bell turret at the west end. Nave; north side: 4 round-headed C12 windows with original splayed inner jambs; the second from the west is C19. Between the second and third windows from the west end is a blocked round-headed doorway of 2 square orders, with quirked chamfered abaci at the springing of the head. South side: 6 round-headed C12 windows similar to those on the north wall. Under the third window from the west is a round-headed doorway mostly of C19. Stonework externally. West end: round-headed doorway: C12, much restored, 2 orders, the outer order having elaborate chevron enrichment, and carried upon shafted jambs with scalloped capitals and quirked chamfered abaci, C19 hood mould. Above the doorway is a C19 round-headed window with C12 jambs. On the apex of the gable is a wooden bell turret with louvred sides and a tile hipped roof surmounted with a cross. Large clasping buttresses projecting from each corner. Chancel, north side: three C12 round-headed windows with original splayed inner jambs. The easternmost window is blocked by The Cloisters (listed separately 17/10) adjoining on the north. East side: 2 round-headed windows with a small circular window above. These may be C12 but have C19 external stonework. South side: 3 windows, the 2 easternmost similar to those in the north wall and the third is early C14 with 2 trefoiled ogee lights with reticulated tracery under a pointed head. Below this window is a small ogee-headed recess, with sunk spandrels forming a square outline, with moulded jambs. To the right of this is a C19 priest's doorway. Interior: fine early C15 octagonal font tapering towards the bottom with sides of traceried panelling with small buttresses at the angles. Monuments: against the north wall of the chancel is an early C17 monument to John Lovelace of Ladye Place, d. 1558, and his wife d. 1579. It consists of a large strapwork panel, formerly containing an inscription; flanked by detached Ionic columns supporting an entablature above which is a second stage divided into 3 panels by small Doric columns. At the foot are 2 male figures dressed in Elizabethan costume.
V.C.H. Vol.III, p.157. B.O.E. (Berkshire) p.157.
Listing NGR: SU8258884073
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