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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Ellerton, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.8394 / 53°50'21"N

Longitude: -0.9352 / 0°56'6"W

OS Eastings: 470163

OS Northings: 438650

OS Grid: SE701386

Mapcode National: GBR PSX1.BF

Mapcode Global: WHFCR.LRWJ

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 16 December 1966

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1346742

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165263

Location: Ellerton, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO42

County: East Riding of Yorkshire

Civil Parish: Ellerton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Bubwith All Saints

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

SE 73 NW
3/38

ELLERTON
AUGHTON
MAIN STREET (west end, off)
Church of All Saints


16.12.66

GV
I
Church. Late C12 in origin with early C13 arcade, Perpendicular tower. C18 north aisle, C19 restoration. Limestone ashlar, brick north aisle and chancel, plain tile roof. West tower, four-bay nave with north aisle, truncated single-bay chancel.

Three-stage tower with diagonal stepped buttresses carrying grotesque figures. Plain five-light west window. South side: row of relief shields and illegible inscription dated 1536 with three-light square-headed window beneath hoodmould above. Two-light square-headed belfry openings to each face except triple trefoil-headed lancet window to east. Embattled parapet with four pinnacles. Nave south side: much restored. Round-headed south door, with two roll-moulded orders to the soffit, held on responds with scalloped capitals, largely the work of restorers. To its left C19 paired lancets. To right a largely original three-light square-headed cinque-cusped window and a C19 lancet, with a reset sundial, probably C18, between. C12 band at half height broken by later openings. Nave north side: three two-light casements with leaded lights. Stone coping to east gable. Chancel: small fixed window to south. Truncated brick arch of three orders, probably of C16 brick, to north. East end completely rebuilt with two-light round-headed fixed window with leaded lights.

Interior: pointed arcade on round piers with octagonal capitals. C19 replica of Norman chancel arch with beakhead and zigzag. Early C18 chancel rail with turned balusters. Brass commemorating Sir Richard Aske and his wife Margaret, died 1460. Norman tub font with blind round-arched interlocking arcading.

Listing NGR: SE7016238651

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