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All Saints Church, Moddershall,

All Saints Church, Moddershall, view from the north west. All Saints Church, Moddershall, viewed from the North. The original church that was built in 1903/04 (opened for worship in April 1904) was taken ...

All Saints Church, Moddershall,

All Saints Church, Moddershall, viewed from the North. The original church that was built in 1903/04 (opened for worship in April 1904) was taken down in 1993 and the church rebuilt using the original ...

All Saints' Church, Sandon

All Saints' dates from the Norman period. Inside, in the west window, can be found a fragment of fourteenth century stained glass. The font dates from 1669. In 1851 the north aisle was remodelled to serve ...

All Saints Church, Trysull

The parish church of Trysull is originally 12th century in origin, but only fragments of the building remain from this date. Major improvements were made during the 13th, 14th, 15th centuries, including ...

All Saints' Church, Trysull

The parish church of Trysull is originally 12th century in origin, but only fragments of the building remain from this date. Major improvements were made during the 13th, 14th, 15th centuries, including ...

All Saints's Church, Leigh

All Saints' church was rebuilt by Thomas Johnson of Lichfield in 1846, using part of the original tower. The work was paid for by the Bagots of Blithfield. Some of the medieval church survived the rebuilding, ...

Alrewas Church: aquatint engraving

'Alrewas Church.' South east view across the graveyard, showing the tower, the south aisle and the high chancel roof. [From J. Buckler's sepia drawing, ref: SV I.34.]Anonymous [? F. Jukes].

Alrewas Church: aquatint engraving

'South West View of Alderwas (sic) Church,'across a graveyard. Also showing the tower, the south aisle and the high chancel roof. Anonymous, [? F. Jukes].

Alrewas Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Alrewas Church, Staffordshire,' showing the chancel and the south aisle, with the clerestory and tower behind.'J. Buckler.'

Alstonfield Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Alstonefield (sic) Church, Staffordshire,' showing the chancel in 'decorated' style, the windows of the clerestory, the square-headed windows in the south aisle, and the tower behind.'J. ...

Altar, St. Peter's Church, Yoxall

Postcard view of the interior of the chancel in St. Peter's Church, Yoxall, showing the altar. St. Peter's Church was largely rebuilt by Henry Woodyer in 1865-8. The church still retains a number of medieval ...

Alton - Church and Houses: sepia drawing

'South View of Alton, Staffordshire,' showing the church and houses shown in a dip by the side of a hill on which there is a watch-tower. There is a river valley on the left. Also showing the tower, ...

Alton Castle: water colour painting

'Alton Castle,' showing the castle on the cliff and a church to the right. Anonymous, [S. Shaw].

Alton Church - Tower: sepia drawing

'Tower of Alton Church, Staffordshire,' showing a south west view across the graveyard. The tower top is crenellated and there are buttresses at the corners of the tower. Artist: J. C. Buckler.

Alton Church - West Door: sepia drawing

'West Door of Alton Church, Staffordshire,' showing a Norman door, enclosed by an Early English arch. The columns have gone. Artist: 'J. C. B.,' [John Chessell Buckler.]

Alton Church: pencil drawing

'Alton Church, Staffordshire.' South east view from the churchyard, of the chancel. Anonymous.

Alton Church: sepia drawing

'North West View of Alton Church, Staffordshire,' showing the church from over a steep depression, on the sky-line. Artist: G. Buckler.

Alton Church: sepia drawing

'North East View of Alton Church, Staffordshire,' from the road. Showing the chancel, the north aisle and the west tower. 'J. C. Buckler.'