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West Lindsey (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TF 01354 71532


GREETWELL CHURCH LANE TF 07 SW (west side) 3/38 Church of All Saints 30.11.66 G.V. II*

Parish church. C11, early C13, late C14, heavily restored in C19. Coursed limestone rubble. Plain tiled roofs with decorative red ridge tiles. West tower, nave with south porch, apsidal chancel. Early C13 west tower heavily restored in C19. West side with re-set round C11 window with looped decoration. Single slit light above with another slit light above that. 2 string courses above. Bell openings on all 4 sides, each with pair of pointed lights with chamfered surrounds. Moulded eaves above and pyramidal roof. Steeper pitch of earlier nave roof visible on east side. North side of nave late C14 with window to west with triangular head, 2 round headed cusped lights and vertical tracery. Blocked pointed doorway to east with fragmentary hood mould. C14 window beyond with segmental head, 2 cusped round headed lights and vertical tracery. Apse with string course and 3 plain round headed windows. South side of nave with 2 windows with segmental heads, 2 cusped round headed lights and vertical tracery. Remains of large, blocked Cll keyhole window in between. South porch with single small rectangular lights in east and west sides. Round headed south archway with chamfered inner order, moulded polygonal capitals and abaci. Porch interior flanked by stone benches. Pointed C14 doorway with moulded jambs and head in one, inner order filleted, hood mould and plank door. Interior tower arch Cll, broadened at a later date, with round chamfered head, chamfered imposts and rectangular quoined jambs. Tall Cll chancel arch with round head, chamfered imposts and rectangular quoined jambs. North side of apse early C13 tombstone re-set, inscribed: "Hic Jacet Adanz de London Quandam Rectoristius ecclesiac cujus aizinzae propiehir Deus". 2 C18 ashlar monuments in apse to Richard Lely, died 1734 and Anna Lely, died 1733. Marble gravestone in apse floor to Robert Dalyson, died c.1620. South wall of nave a square opening containing piscina and partially blocked rectangular opening to west. C13 font heavily restored in C19, with octagonal plinth surrounded by 8 shafts, their stiff leaf capitals forming broad band round base of plain rectangular bowl. Black and white marble monument to Thomas Kitchen, died 1809. Various C19 monuments. C19 pulpit and ornately carved chair. C20 pews.

Listing NGR: TF0135471532


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 24 Jun 2002
Reference: IOE01/07753/29
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roger H Mockford. Source Historic England Archive
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