St. James' Church interior, Barton-under-Needwood

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Date:1920 - 1930 (c.)

Description:A postcard view of the church interior looking towards the chancel, showing the nave, arcades and box pews. Barton’s parish church is dedicated to St James and was built completely in the early 16th century, one of only two such churches in Staffordshire. The cost of the building was borne by Dr John Taylor in 1517 and his initials are on the wall of the tower. Taylor was chaplain to Henry VIII and he later became Master of the Rolls.

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Donor ref:P2006.0019.0147 (37/35695)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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