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IoE Number: 76329
Location: CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY, A 5093 (south side)
Photographer: Mr Julian Thurgood
Date Photographed: 05 May 2002
Date listed: 08 September 1967
Date of last amendment: 08 September 1967
Grade I

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MILLOMA5093SD 18 SE(south side)15/29Church of Holy Trinity8.9.67

MILLOM A5093 SD 18 SE (south side) 15/29 Church of Holy Trinity 8.9.67 GV I Church. C12 nave and chancel, east window C13, south arcade early C13, south aisle (Hudleston Chapel) early C14. Details restored C19, porch 1906, chancel widened 1930. Stone rubble with ashlar dressings, slate roofs. 3-bay nave has 2 round-headed windows and gabled porch with Norman style entrance of 3 orders, original entrance of 1 order. West end has single light over blocked arch; gabled bellcote; gabled west end of aisle has vesica window. 3-bay south elevation has 3-light windows and end gabled buttresses, one window blocked, blocked round-headed entrance; east window of 5 lights. Chancel east window of 3 lights; north elevation has small C12 window and vestry under catslide roof with 3-light straight-headed west window. North-east angle has re-set stones with Anglo-Saxon interlace. 3-bay south elevation has straight-headed windows of 2 cusped pointed lights with label moulds; Priest's door has 3-centred head, 3 reset window heads above. 2 C18 headstones to south and east. Interior: 4-bay arcade has octagonal and round piers. Late C14 roofs with arch-braced collar trusses, C12 corbelled chancel arch. Box pews. West gallery on 4 round piers, 1930. Aisle has 2 altar tombs; Sir John Hudleston (died 1494) and wife, alabaster effigies. Ogee arcading to sides with angels and small sons and daughters; C16 tomb has shields to sides and gaming board cut in top, probably Sir Richard Hudlestone (died 1505); wall monument, Sir Joseph Hudlestone (died 1700) and wife (died 1714), Ionic pilasters and pediment; C14 piscina. Chancel has partly c.1630 altar rail, turned balusters, reredos with twisted columns, probably C17; C12 piscina and aumbry; fragment of C15 wooden effigy on window ledge.

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