Yoxall Church: water colour painting

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Date:1769

Description:'Yoxall Church, Stafford-Shire.' North view showing a small chancel with one window on this side, four bays of the north aisle, a double-door, and a small tower with a clock.Anonymous.


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1760s
Yoxall Church: water colour painting
Yoxall Church: water colour painting

'Yoxall.' North east view showing a small chancel with one window at the east end, ...

1790s
Yoxall Church: engraving
Yoxall Church: engraving

'North East View of Yoxal (sic) Church.' Showing a small chancel with one window ...

1830s
Yoxall Church: sepia drawing
Yoxall Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Yoxall Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the chancel with a five-light ...

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Donor ref:SV-XII.152 (45/10193)

Source: William Salt Library

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