Pattingham Church and Vicarage House: sepia wash drawing

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Date:1844

Description:'Pattingham.' Showing a north east view of the church, and an east view of the vicarage. The vicarage is a three-storey Georgian house. The chancel of the church is partially obscured by bushes. The tower (without a spire) is visible.'H. J. Noyes.'


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1760s
Pattingham Church and Vicarage House: aquatint engraving
Pattingham Church and Vicarage House: aquatint engraving

'The Vicarage House & Church of Pattingham, Staffordshire.' North east view of ...

1790s
Pattingham Church: aquatint engraving
Pattingham Church: aquatint engraving

'South-View of Pattingham Church,' from the road. Showing the south porch, the ...

1840s
Cross in Pattingham Church-yard: sepia drawing
Cross in Pattingham Church-yard: sepia drawing

'The Cross in Pattingham Church Yard,' showing an octagonal pillar on a base of ...

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Donor ref:SV-VII.159 (45/9259)

Source: William Salt Library

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