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Church of All Saints and St James

A Grade I Listed Building in Nunnington, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.2031 / 54°12'11"N

Longitude: -0.9806 / 0°58'50"W

OS Eastings: 466595

OS Northings: 479072

OS Grid: SE665790

Mapcode National: GBR PMLV.H2

Mapcode Global: WHF9Z.XM76

Entry Name: Church of All Saints and St James

Listing Date: 14 July 1955

Last Amended: 6 October 1987

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1149676

English Heritage Legacy ID: 329317

Location: Nunnington, Ryedale, North Yorkshire, YO62

County: North Yorkshire

District: Ryedale

Civil Parish: Nunnington

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Nunnington All Saints

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

NUNNINGTON CHURCH STREET
SE 664790 (east side)

9/54 Church of All Saints and
St James
14.7.55
(formerly listed as 'Church
- of All Saints)

Church. Late C13 nave and chancel; tower of 1672; restored and reroofed,
and porch, vestry and tower arch rebuilt in 1883-84 (on rainwaterheads).
Rubble stone with stone flag roofs. West tower; 3-bay nave and south porch;
chancel, vestry and organ chamber. 2-stage, quoined tower on chamfered
plinth. Pointed west window of 2 cusped pointed lights and panel tracery
beneath hoodmould. Paired louvred bell openings in chamfered square-headed
surrounds, with chamfered mullions. Chamfered string courses to bell stage
and beneath embattled parapet with crocketed pinnacles. Gabled south porch
with scalloped barge boards. Pointed chamfered doorway beneath head-stopped
hoodmould, the west stop original. 3 pointed windows, with cusped
Y tracery, to east, on chamfered sill band. Nave north side repeats south
side, without arch. Chancel has pointed priest's door with hoodmould. Low-
side lancet to west. To east, pointed window with geometrical tracery and
hoodmould. Chancel north side masked by gabled vestry which contains reset
lancet in gable end. Paired octagonal stacks rise at base of chancel roof.
East window of 2 lights with geometrical tracery beneath corbelled
hoodmould. Coped gables terminating in gablets, and gable crosses, to nave
and chancel. Interior: 2-centred tower arch. Double-chamfered pointed
chancel arch on corbels. Door and window openings deeply splayed and
quoined. Crown post nave roof. 2 fragments of C10 stone carved with
interlace and part of a dragon are preserved in the north-west corner of the
nave. C17 pulpit with incised carving and blind arcaded panels. Tall
cylindrical font with octagonal cover and finial, probably C17. Restored
piscina and aumbry in sanctuary. West screen and lectern by Thompson of
Kilburn. Monuments. Nave, south side: reset effigy under crocketed ogee-
headed canopy, said to be that of Sir Walter de Teye (d1325). Marble wall
monument by James Gibbs and executed by Rysbrack, to Lord Widdrington
(d1743). Nave, north side: pedimented wall tablet to Thomas Jackson
(d1760), "well known for his extraordinary Performances upon the Turf".
Wall tablet to Emily Cleaver (d1806), by Taylor of York. Sanctuary, north
wall: wall monument with segmental pediment and putti heads to Richard
Graham, First Viscount Preston (d1695). His grave slab with brass
escutcheon lies to south of sanctuary.


Listing NGR: SE6659679073

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