Checkley Church: sepia drawing

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Date:1841

Description:'South East View of Checkley Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the large chancel, the south aisle, the clerestory, and the porch. The tower is in two stages. The walls (except the tower) are crenellated.'J. C. Buckler.'


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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 - Ancient Crosses: sepia drawing
Checkley Church - Ancient Crosses: sepia drawing

'Remains of Ancient Crosses in Checkley Church Yard, Staffordshire,' showing three ...

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Donor ref:SV-III.84 (45/7937)

Source: William Salt Library

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