CHURCH OF ALL HALLOWS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
I
List Entry Number:
1132709
Date first listed:
29-Jul-1966
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL HALLOWS, UNION STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL HALLOWS, UNION STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District:
Rotherham (Metropolitan Authority)
Parish:
Harthill with Woodall
National Grid Reference:
SK 49368 80961

Details

HARTHILL WITH WOODALL UNION STREET SK48SE (east side) 4/35 Church of All Hallows 29.7.66 GV I

Church. Arcades of c1200, C13 chancel rebuilt 1897, otherwise C15, the north aisle and chapel rebuilt 1850, restored 1886-90 by J. B. Mitchell-Withers. Ashlar sandstone, lead roofs. West tower, 3-bay aisled nave with south porch, 3-bay chancel with south chapel in 2-bay overlap of aisle, north organ chamber and vestry. Perpendicular style. Tower: chamfered plinth and moulded band; stair-turret door on south side. Offset angle buttresses flank C19 3-light west window with head-stopped hoodmould. String courses below and above west clock; pointed 2-light belfry openings with louvres and hoodmoulds. Gargoyles to north and south beneath embattled parapet with crocketed pinnacles. Nave: C19 gabled porch to bay 1 has pointed outer and inner doors. Bays 2 and 3, flanked by buttresses, have 3-light hollow-chamfered surrounds beneath Tudor arches, renewed tracery; string course beneath embattled parapet. 3 clerestorey windows and parapet as aisle. North aisle has 2 C19 Romanesque windows with zig-zag ornament, 2 clerestory windows as south; tall ashlar stack adjacent to tower. Chancel: chapel windows as aisle flank C19 pointed priest's door with hoodmould, chancel bay 3 has chamfered lancet window in rubble walling. Diagonal buttresses flank C19, 3-light east window in Decorated style; aisle east windows in same style, that on left reticulated. Flat-topped north addition. Interior: C19 tower arch and vault. North arcade: cylindrical piers with octagonal capitals to 2-order round arches with light chamfers; south aisle piers similar but arches pointed and double-chamfered. C15 roof with cambered tie beams, moulded purlins and carved bosses. South aisle roof, C17 with some bosses. C19 chancel arch. Two C15 double-chamfered arches into south chapel have crenellated imposts and pier; trefoil-headed piscina and pointed-arched recess truncated by priest's door. Fittings: octagonal font with corner shafts and arcading, Jacobean cover. Fine, carved pulpit, lectern and screen by Carlo Scarselli, Florence 1877-80. Royal arms of George II in north aisle; 2 benefactions boards in south aisle. Wrought-iron screen in east bay of south chapel arcade, C16-C17; another at east end of north aisle said to be from Kiveton Park. Stained glass: south clerestorey windows said to be C16 (Garbett, p294). West window, 1876, by J. F. Bentley; east window, c1898, by Kempe and Tower. A south window by Ulisse de Matteis of the firm Francioni of Florence 1884 another to design of Holiday by Powell, 1874. Monuments: behind screen at east end of north aisle and set beneath a C18 round arch with keystone is a black and white marble tomb chest to Thomas Osborne, Duke of Leeds (d1721); nearby a tomb chest to Hugh Serlby. On chancel north wall a marble monument to Lady Margaret Osborne (d1624): kneeler in recess facing right and flanked by columns and draped figures, open pediment with finials and arm bearers. H. Garbett, The History of Harthill-with-Woodall, 1950

Listing NGR: SK4936880962

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
335783
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Garbett, H, The History of Harthill with Woodall, (1950)

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 04 Sep 2001
Reference: IOE01/05436/08
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