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IoE Number: 283171
Photographer: Mr John Gateshill
Date Photographed: 20 September 2003
Date listed: 19 December 1961
Date of last amendment: 19 December 1961
Grade A

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HAWKEDON 832/7/245 HAWKEDON 19-DEC-61 CHURCH OF ST MARY I The church stands in the centre of a wide triangular shaped green with houses around it. A C15 church of random stone and flint with stone dressings. The square tower has diagonal buttresses, a castellated parapet and chequerwork of knapped flint and stone in the base. The south porch has a Cl6 red brick parapet and arcaded frieze. There are good carved poppy-head bench ends, with many interesting human heads. The base of the C15 traceried screen survives, with some indications of colour and the remains of a painted panel depicting St Dorothy. The south choir stall front is traceried and was probably part of the screen, file ends are carved with a chained bear and a beaver. There is a Cl2 square font with carved panels. The east window has fragments of old glass, with James I initials, and armorial shields. The arms of Chrarles II with his quarterings was later altered by painting G for C and dating it 1750. There is a mural tablet with arms, to William Holgate (1648) and one to Richard Everard (1670). The rails with twisted balusters and the octagonal pulpit are C17. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------~

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