St. Mary's Church, Stafford

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Date:1890 - 1895 (c.)

Description:View of St. Mary's Church, Stafford from south-east. St Mary's Church is Grade 1 listed. The church dates from the early 13th century, with 14th century transepts and 15th century clerestories and crossing tower.Excavations in 1954 revealed the adjacent late Anglo-Saxon church of St Bertelin. The church was restored in 1844-5 under the direction of Sir George Gilbert Scott.

Photograph believed to have been taken by Walter Williams (1876-1929) of Stafford.


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1890s
Izaac Walton's bust , St. Mary's Church, Stafford
Izaac Walton's bust , St. Mary's Church, Stafford

Oil painting on canvas of bust of Izaac Walton on wall monument in St. Mary's Church, ...

1910s
The Zetland Cafe, Market Square, Stafford
The Zetland Cafe, Market Square, Stafford

Agnes Galloway opened the Zetland Café on the first floor of 54a Greengate ...

1930s
St. Mary's Church, Stafford
St. Mary's Church, Stafford

The Collegiate Church of St. Mary is the parish church of Stafford. The present ...

1950s
The Choir of St Mary's Collegiate Church, Stafford
The Choir of St Mary's Collegiate Church, Stafford

Donated to Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service by Judith V. North

1970s
The Choir of St Mary's Collegiate Church, Stafford
The Choir of St Mary's Collegiate Church, Stafford

Donated to Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service by Judith V. North.

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Image courtesy of: Mrs A Nwenwu

Donor ref:P2019.026.0001 (37/40755)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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