Patshull Church: engraving

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Date:1762 - 1802 (c.)

Description:'S.E. View of Patteshull (sic) Church.' Showing a classical building (consecrated August, 1743), a 'pepper-pot' tower, a south porch with columns, and a low lead roof. There is no ivy on the tower and the chancel. There are no burials shown. Engraved by T. Donaldson after a drawing by Rev. S. Shaw.


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1760s
Interior of Patshull Church - Astley tombs: sepia drawing
Interior of Patshull Church - Astley tombs: sepia drawing

'Patteshull (sic).' Showing the Astley tombs against the north wall of the Church. ...

1790s
Interior of Patshull Church - Astley's tombs: engraving
Interior of Patshull Church - Astley's tombs: engraving

'Monuments of the Astleys in Patteshull (sic) Church.' Showing the Astley tombs ...

1820s
Patshull Church: water colour painting
Patshull Church: water colour painting

'Patshull Church.' South east view showing a classical building (consecrated August, ...

1840s
Font in Patshull Church: sepia drawing
Font in Patshull Church: sepia drawing

'Font in Patteshull (sic) Church, Staffordshire,' showing a fluted marble bowl on ...

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Donor ref:SV-VII.140b (45/9240)

Source: William Salt Library

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