Checkley Church - Ancient Crosses: sepia drawing

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Date:1841

Description:'Remains of Ancient Crosses in Checkley Church Yard, Staffordshire,' showing three crosses decorated with figures and strap-work.'J. C. B.,' [John Chessell Buckler.]

These are actually anglo-saxon cross-shafts and can be found in the graveyard of Checkley Church.


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1760s
Checkley Church: water colour painting
Checkley Church: water colour painting

South east view showing a large chancel, the south aisle, the clerestory, and the ...

1800s
Checkley - Danish Monument: engraving
Checkley - Danish Monument: engraving

Showing both sides of a Danish funeral monument near Checkley.(See SV III 80c.ii, ...

1840s
Checkley Church: sepia drawing
Checkley Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Checkley Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the large chancel, ...

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Donor ref:SV-III.83b (45/7936)

Source: William Salt Library

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