Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1103493

Date first listed: 04-Jan-1967



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District: North East Lincolnshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Hatcliffe

National Grid Reference: TA 21319 00704


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TA 30 NW HATCLIFFE MAIN STREET (west side) 6/24 Church of Saint Mary

4.1.67 I - Parish church. C12 nave with C13 blocked north arcade, C13 tower with C14- C15 parapet. Restorations of 1861-2 by Rogers and Marsden of Louth including re-flooring, re-seating, blocking west tower entrance and opening south door, rebuilding chancel and adding new vestry/organ chamber. Square ironstone with limestone and ironstone ashlar dressings. Welsh slate roof. West tower with rectangular projecting stair turret to south-east, 2-bay nave with south door and blocked 3-bay north arcade, 2-bay chancel with vestry adjoining north side. Tower: moulded plinth, diagonal buttresses with set-offs; partly restored 3-light cinquefoiled west window. Belfry has pointed 2-light Y-traceried openings to south and east, and single blocked lancets to north and west. Moulded string-course, coped embattled parapet. Stair turret has small slit window and single trefoiled light. Nave: round- headed chamfered door with plain-moulded imposts and hoodmould; C14 square- headed 2-light trefoiled south window with restored mullion and hoodmould. North side has late C13 pointed 2-light traceried window with hoodmould and headstops flanked by single blocked pointed arcade arches, that to right containing a blocked pointed door with plain imposts and a blocked lancet above, that to left containing a late C13 - early C14 pointed 3-light window with intersecting tracery, hoodmould and weathered headstops. Chancel: buttresses to east and between bays, single and twin C19 lancets and pointed 3-light east window with geometrical tracery. Interior: tower open to nave, with tall pointed double-chamfered arch, the inner order dying into chamfered jambs. Blocked north arcade has pointed double-chamfered arches to outer bays with rounded chamfer-stops, quatrefoil piers and responds with plain moulded capitals, round and square abaci, and moulded bases on square plinths. Pointed double-chamfered chancel arch with chamfered jambs and restored shafts supporting inner order. In chancel a re-set graveslab to John Hatteclyf of 1549 and part of another to Lyon Hatteclyf of 1552. Vestry contains damaged floorslab to William Hatteclyf of 1551 with inscribed border and figures of knight and lady over inscribed panel; much worn graveslab with lettered border and inscribed cross. Font with C12 circular bowl on restored cylindrical shaft with cable moulding and octagonal base. Shallow former font bowl in chancel with floral boss in centre. N Pevsner and J Harris, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire, 1978, p 269.

Listing NGR: TA2131600706


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Legacy System number: 164390

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Books and journals
Pevsner, N, Harris, J, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire, (1978), 269

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