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Latitude: 53.3523 / 53°21'8"N
Longitude: -0.3797 / 0°22'47"W
OS Eastings: 507945
OS Northings: 385160
OS Grid: TF079851
Mapcode National: GBR TYSP.L0
Mapcode Global: WHGHH.4ZFX
Entry Name: Church of St Michael
Listing Date: 1 November 1966
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1359510
English Heritage Legacy ID: 197127
Location: Buslingthorpe, West Lindsey, Lincolnshire, LN3
District: West Lindsey
Civil Parish: Buslingthorpe
Traditional County: Lincolnshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire
Church of England Parish: Faldingworth All Saints with Buslingthorpe St Michael
Church of England Diocese: Lincoln
TF 08 NE BUSLINGTHORPE BUSLINGTHORPE ROAD
1/1 Church of
1.11.66 St. Michael
Parish church, now closed. C13, C14, 1835 restoration and
rebuilding by A. J. Wilson. Coursed limestone rubble, yellow
brick with ashlar dressings, slate roofs having stone coped
gables. Western tower, nave, chancel. The 2 stage C14 tower has
a plinth and offset to belfry with pyramidal slate roof. The
west window is an elegant lancet with trefoil head. The belfry
stage has single ogee cusped headed C19 lights in rectangular
chamfered surrounds, to each side. The north wall of the nave
which is in brick, has a C14 recut 3 light window having cusped
heads to the lights and flat lintel. The east and 2 south nave
wall windows match the north nave window but are C19. The south
doorway is single chamfered with pointed head and hood mould.
Above the door is a blank panel with hood mould over. Interior.
The tower arch is single chamfered and pointed, without capitals.
The C14 chancel arch has octagonal responds and capitals and is
double chamfered. All fittings are C19 except for the font which
has reused octagonal bowl. In the upper lights of the east
window are small panels of C14 stained glass. Monuments. In the
north east corner of the nave is a late C13 recumbent effigy of a
knight, feet resting on a lion, head resting on a cushion
supported by angels. The figure wears chain mail, helmet and
surcoat with rowell spurs and the figure rests on a tomb chest
with a frieze of quatrefoils containing shields. On a ledge at
the top of the chest is an inscription. Set in the west wall of
the nave is a tapering limestone tombstone with Lombardic
inscription round the edge. It retains a brass depicting a demi-
figure of a knight in chain mail and surcoat, head resting on a
pillow with ogee corners and mailed hands holding a heart.
Beneath is the matrix for a second now vanished shield shaped
panel. This early C14 brass to Richard de Boselyngthorpe is one
of the earliest military brasses in England.
Listing NGR: TF0794585160
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