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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Aston cum Aughton, Rotherham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3621 / 53°21'43"N

Longitude: -1.298 / 1°17'52"W

OS Eastings: 446816

OS Northings: 385251

OS Grid: SK468852

Mapcode National: GBR MYCK.SH

Mapcode Global: WHDDS.1R6F

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 29 March 1968

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1151917

English Heritage Legacy ID: 335876

Location: Aston cum Aughton, Rotherham, S26

County: Rotherham

Civil Parish: Aston cum Aughton

Built-Up Area: Swallownest

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Aston cum Aughton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text

AST0N-CUM-AUGHTON CHURCH LANE
SK48NE
(east side)
Aston
6/2
Church of All Saints
29.3.68
GV
I
Church. Late C12 arcades otherwise C14 and C15, chancel rebuilt C19,
restoration 1863 by Hadfield. Red sandstone and limestone ashlar, lead and
Welsh slate roofs. West tower, 3-bay aisled nave with south porch, 2-bay
chancel with south chapel. Decorated and Perpendicular styles.
Tower: 3 stages. Chamfered plinth and moulded band. Diagonal, offset,
buttresses to lower 2 stages. 3-light west window with restored
Perpendicular tracery beneath pointed arch with hoodmould; 2 string courses
and offsets beneath 3-light belfry windows with ashlar aprons, louvres, panel
tracery and pointed arches with hoodmoulds returning as a string course;
crenellated parapet with crocketed pinnacles. North side has blind ogee
window beneath 2nd-stage clock. Nave: separately-roofed south aisle with
porch to bay 1 having diagonal buttresses flanking pointed-arched doorway
with shafted jambs and hoodmould with busts as hoodstops, image niche over
and moulded oversailing course returning as side cornice with gargoyles,
roll-moulded gable copings. Aisle has moulded plinth and buttresses between
2-light Decorated windows with square heads and hoodstops; moulded
oversailing course, roll-moulded parapet copings. Elaborate tracery
to 3-light window at east end of aisle. Nave roof of steeper pitch with own
parapet and east gable copings. North aisle: later bay overlaps tower; other
bays with rubblework raised in ashlar; north door and square-headed 2-light
windows with ogee lights and hoodmoulds. Chancel: rebuilt C19 in ashlar
limestone. Chamfered plinth and moulded band, painted priest's door and two
2-light windows on south with simple pointed heads and head-carved hoodstops
on mould dropped from oversalling course beneath coped parapet. Angle
buttresses flank 3-light east window with mouchettes and head-carved stops to
hoodmould. Lean-to north vestry with buttress to east of window of 2 lancet
lights beneath a quatrefoil.
Interior: double-chamfered tower arch. Arcades: cylindrical piers to west
and octagonal piers to east having moulded capitals (that to north-west with
renewed carving) and double-chamfered round arches with continous
hoodmoulds. Chancel arch: chamfered jambs to double-chamfered arch, the
inner order on corbels. C19 roofs apart from earlier south-aisle roof with
corbels and curved brackets to cambered tie beams with bosses, chamfered
purlins and ridge. Fonts late C14; with part of base cut away and with
reclining man carved at the foot (Pevsner, plate 29), castellated top with
tracery motifs; trefoil-headed piscina in south wall nearby. Stained glass;
heraldic glass at east end of south aisle; east window by Heaton, Butler and
Bayne. Monuments: wall plaques in south aisle to Thomas Gray and William
Mason (d1797)of coade stone with portraits in medallions. Chancel: on north
wall the kneeling alabaster figure of Lord John Darcy (d1624) set above his
three wives in a later recess with Corinthian columns and open pediment;
another plaque to William Mason. Plaque on south wall in Sir Francis Fane
(d1680) and wife Elizabeth (dl669), piiastered surround with crest over; 3
other plaques to the Aldersons, rectors in C19.


Listing NGR: SK4682085252

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