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Elevations, sections, and details, of Strixton Church, Northamptonshire.

Edward Barr

Elevations, sections, and details, of Strixton Church, Northamptonshire.

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Published by J.H. Parker in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Strixton (Northamptonshire, England) -- Church buildings

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsFo NA5471 S85 B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15047096M


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Elevations, sections, and details, of Strixton Church, Northamptonshire. by Edward Barr Download PDF EPUB FB2

The manor house stood immediately S.E. of the church, where a rectangular platform and some low banks mark its site. The W. half of the remains have been destroyed by a tennis court.

The house is shown on a map of Strixton dated (copy in NRO) where it is depicted as a large building with a U-shaped of Strixton Church, with a wing extending S.W. at an angle. ELEVATIONS, SECTIONS, AND DETAILS OF STRIXTON CHURCH, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE by BARR EDWARD and a great selection of related books.

Details. STRIXTON THE MAIN STREET SP96SW (North side) 8/ Church of St. Romwald 28/05/54 (Formerly listed as Church of Romwold) GV II Church. C13 west wall, remainder rebuilt in Squared coursed limestone with ironstone dressings and plain-tiled roof with alternate courses of fishscale tiles.

Nave, chancel, west turret and south porch. Strixton The church, dedicated to St Romwald, dates from aboutbut only the west end is original, the rest having been taken down and rebuilt in The population has fluctuated, being reduced to only two families when the land was enclosed Northamptonshire.

bookbut never comprising more than 20 : Paul Johnson. As for the church, it is a lovely building of local ironstone, constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries on the site of a 12th-century church. Ashby St Ledgers, Northamptonshire, England, CV23 8UN. barber marjorie: a short history of sections trinity church sloane street, chelsea barley m.w.: the english farmhouse and cottage barley maurice: houses and history barr edward: elevations, sections, and details of strixton church, northamptonshire bayly james: four churches in the deanery of buckrose.

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9), which was published in (Edward Barr, Elevations, Sections, and Details of Strixton Church, Northamptonshire). Details. ECTON CHURCH WAY SP (South side) 18/79 Church sections St. Mary Magdalene 28/05/54 GV I Church. C13, C14 and C Squared coursed lias and limestone ashlar with lead roof.

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