Stafford - St. Mary's Church: water colour painting

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Date:1790

Description:'St. Mary's, Stafford.' South west view showing the clerestory, the south aisle and transept, and the central square-and-octagonal tower. There is a more distant view of the south aisle of the chancel, and the building constructed over the roadway into Greengate Street. To the left is the original but much altered Anglo-Saxon church. Artist: Rev. S. Shaw.


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1760s
Stafford - St. Mary's Church: engraving
Stafford - St. Mary's Church: engraving

South view showing the clerestory, the south aisle and transept, and the central ...

1800s
Stafford - Brass tombstone in St. Mary's Church: drawing
Stafford - Brass tombstone in St. Mary's Church: drawing

Showing a copy of a brass tombstone, in black ink on yellow paper.Inscribed 'Here ...

1820s
Stafford - Font in St. Mary's Church: sepia drawing
Stafford - Font in St. Mary's Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Stafford Church,' showing a Norman font of quatrefoil plan (with bulges ...

1840s
Stafford - St. Mary's Church: tinted lithograph
Stafford - St. Mary's Church: tinted lithograph

'St. Mary's Church, Stafford. South West View.' Showing the church after its restorations, ...

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Donor ref:SV-IX.48a (45/8538)

Source: William Salt Library

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