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County of Herefordshire (Unitary Authority)
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SO 47509 61557



6/14 Church of All Saints



Chapel, now parish church. Probably C12, enlarged C14, refitted late C15, heavily restored and extended 1853. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and tile roof. Chancel and nave in one, C19 north vestry, C17 south porch. Nave: south wall of four bays, two trefoiled lancets to west end, then south porch, and to east a window of three ogee trefoil lights. The C17 timber- framed south porch has two ornamental struts above the tie-beam of the gable truss and the walls are divided into two bays each with a 2-light opening. The west window is a trefoiled lancet, with an ogee trefoil bellcote on the gable above. North wall of three bays, the centre occupied by the C19 north vestry. To west of vestry, a window of two ogee trefoil lights, to east a trefoiled lancet. North window of vestry has three trefoiled lights, the east door a trefoil head. Chancel of one bay with a small semi-circular headed window in north wall and a trefoiled lancet in south wall. East window of three stepped ogee trefoil lights with ogee label. Interior: door to north vestry has a trefoiled head. Sedile in south wall of chancel with ogee trefoil head, square headed locker to east of same. Roofs: probably late C15, chancel of one main bay sub-divided by two arch-braced collar trusses, with the cusped wind-braces forming quatrefoils. Nave roof of two-and-a-half bays with moulded tie-beams, arched braced collars above and moulded purlins. Wall-plates moulded and embattled throughout. Fittings: oak screen between nave and chancel has a central doorway flanked by five bays on each side. The doorway has a four-centred head with traceried spandrels. The other bays have open upper panels with ogee trefoil heads. Above these is a moulded cornice and coved loft. The moulded front beam of loft is carved with two bands of foliage, the lower beam has pendant brattishing of fleurs-de-lys. The boarded cove is panelled with moulded ribs and carved bosses at the intersections. Wall tablet on north wall of chancel is framed by elaborate carved foliage, with a segmental pediment surmounted by a coat of arms. The inscription reads:

"IN Memory of JOS COATES Esqr who departed this transitory life Novr 23rd 1793 aged 53 A good Husband, a good Father & a good Master

O Earth, to his remains indulgent be, Who so much care and cost bestow'd on Thee Here taught the Day to wear a thoughtfull gloom And there enliven'd Natures Vernal bloom The Barren Fields with Fruit Trees here be lin'd And ev'ry limb be with Hop-binds twin'd Propitious Earth lie lightly on his Head; And ever on his Urn transparent glories Spread

Also in Sacred Memory of

MARY his wife who died June 18th 1799 Aged 68 A good Wife, a good Mother and a Good Christian."

(RCHM, III, p 61-62; BoE, p 130).

Listing NGR: SO4750961557


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Books and journals
Inventory of Herefordshire III North West, (1934), 61-62
Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Herefordshire, (1963), 130


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: 02 Aug 2003
Reference: IOE01/10792/31
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