All Saints' Church, Chebsey

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Description:All Saints' dates from the Norman period. The Perpendicular west tower features an outside stair turret. The churchyard contains an Anglo-Saxon cross shaft. Inside the church can be found late Victorian stained glass windows by Kempe, and a thirteenth century stone coffin.

This is one of a series of watercolours of all the churches in Lichfield Diocese in Staffordshire, painted by Miss Theodosia Hinckes and Mrs Rebecca Moore (wife of the Archdeacon of Stafford for Lichfield Cathedral) for Lichfield Cathedral between 1857 and 1861. Reproduced by Kind Permission of the Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral who retain copyright.

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Source: Deanery watercolours, Lichfield Cathedral

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