Armitage Church - 'Founder's tomb' : sepia drawing

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Date:1844

Description:'Recess on the North side of the North Aisle of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a skeleton (newly excavated), lying under the recess, the arch of which has 'dog-tooth' moulding. 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]


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1760s
Armitage Church: engraving
Armitage Church: engraving

'View of Armitage Church from the NE.' Showing the church beyond a winding river ...

1810s
Armitage Church: pencil drawing
Armitage Church: pencil drawing

'Armitage Church from the Meadows, ' across the river. Showing the church on a hill ...

1840s
Armitage Church: sepia drawing
Armitage Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of the Church at Armitage, Staffordshire,' showing the tower, the ...

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Donor ref:SV-I.82a (45/7371)

Source: William Salt Library

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