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© Mr Peter Garratt

IoE Number: 217560
Photographer: Mr Peter Garratt
Date Photographed: 12 September 1999
Date listed: 25 April 1952
Date of last amendment: 25 April 1952
Grade II

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ST MARY'S ROW5104Moseley B13Church of St MarySP 08 SE 12/4825.4.52II

ST MARY'S ROW 1. 5104 Moseley B13 Church of St Mary SP 08 SE 12/48 25.4.52 II 2. A church of C15 origin, built as a chapel in theparish of Kings Norton but a subsequent history of numerous rebuilds and enlargements. The plain stone west tower is an early C16 addition but with much brick refacing. The body of the church was rebuilt in 1780 and considerably altered by Thomas Rickman 1823-24. Finally, under Chatwins father and son, a complete reconstruction, excluding the tower, was initiated. J A Chatwin added the north aisle 1886, enlarged to chancel and provided a side chapel in 1897. The nave and south aisle were rebuilt in 1910 by P B Chatwin who also carved out reconstruction following war domain in 1952-54. Ashlar elevations in a competent simply modelled Decorated style typical of the Chatwin practice. Crennellation to tower parapet.

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