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© Mr T. P. C. Bramer

IoE Number: 278402
Photographer: Mr T. P. C. Bramer
Date Photographed: 16 July 2006
Date listed: 23 March 1961
Date of last amendment: 23 March 1961
Grade I

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1.CHURCH LANE5377Nayland with WissingtonChurch of St JamesTL 9734 27/65123.3.61.

1. CHURCH LANE 5377 Nayland with Wissington Church of St James TL 9734 27/651 23.3.61. I GV 2. A stone rubble church mostly of the C15 but with a C14 chancel and west tower. The upper part of the tower and parapet was rebuilt in 1834. The nave and part of the aisles have castellated parapets. The south porch was added by William Abell a C15-C16 clothier (circa 1525) and was rebuilt in 1884. His tomb is in the church. The south aisle and octagonal rood staircase tower is mentioned in a will of 1492-93. The north door has linenfold panelling and a border carved with vine trails. The nave and aisle roofs have moulded beams and rafters and the nave beams have carved spandrels. The interior has C15 and C16 brasses and as an altarpiece a painting by Constable of Christ at the last supper (1809).

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