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IoE Number: 285857
Location: CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, THE STREET (north side)
Photographer: Mr Derek Routen
Date Photographed: 17 July 2001
Date listed: 07 December 1966
Date of last amendment: 07 December 1966
Grade I

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TM 25 NEEASTONTHE STREET(north side)10/85Church of All7.12.66Saints

TM 25 NE EASTON THE STREET (north side) 10/85 Church of All 7.12.66 Saints GV I Parish church. Medieval, restored late 1880's. Nave and chancel, west tower, north and south porches, south vestry. Random flint rubble, stone dressings; nave and chancel formerly plastered, upper part of tower rendered; plaintiled roofs. Late C13 tower, the lower part square, the upper part octagonal; C15 crenellated parapet with flushwork panels; 2-light Y tracery bell chamber openings to alternate faces of the octagon, clock face to south. Nave and chancel with various C14 and C15 windows; mostly restored, with a range of 6 to the south; one blocked window to north chancel; C19 3-light east window in Decorated style. Simple C15 south porch of knapped flint with original door into nave; north porch and vestry are C19. No chancel arch; C19 scissor-braced king post roof. Moulded octagonal font; good set of 30 early C19 box pews; late C17 turned alter rails; late C13 double piscina and double sedilia. To either side of the altar are fine identical canopied pews of the Wingfield family: late C17; each canopy is supported by Ionic colonnettes and has a frieze with wreaths, paired wings and cherubs. Hanoverian Arms over north doorway, carved in wood; 9 hatchments. Effigy brasses in chancel floor: John de Brok (1426); John Wingfield (1584); Dame Ratcliffe Wingfield (1601); good wall monuments to Lady Mary Wingfield (1675), a marble tablet with flanking columns, scrolled pediment and garlands at the foot; George Richard Savage Nassau (1823); Fifth Earl of Rochford (1830). Some C14 and C15 stained glass. Graded I for surviving medieval fabric and the interior fittings.

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