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Daventry (District Authority)
Long Buckby
National Grid Reference:
SP 62724 67744


LONG BUCKBY CHURCH STREET (North side) SP66NW Church of St. Lawrence 6/204 18/01/68 GV II*

Church. Medieval. Restored 1862 by G.G. Scott and 1883-7 by W. Bassett-Smith when aisles of 1774 were gothicised. Coursed ironstone rubble and ashlar. Chancel, nave, aisles extending over first bay of chancel, north and south, south porch, west tower. Chancel has 3-light Decorated windows to east end and north and south sides with C19 tracery. Blocked round-headed door at east end of south aisle. Nave has clerestory with C19 circular windows. Stone dated 1774 below second window from west end of north aisle. C18 lead rainwater heads and pipes. C19 south porch. Leaded roofs behind plain parapets. 3-stage battlemented west tower has shallow offset buttresses separated by shafts. Pointed arch top frieze, corner gargoyles. Small lancet window to south side of middle stage; lancet window to west end of ground floor above blocked doorway. Interior: chancel has piscina with cusped arch and 3 seat sedilia with C19 cusped heads. Double hollow-chamfered arches on north side of west bay of chancel, the inner arch resting on corbels with fleurons, formerly framing tomb, of which cut-off end survives on east side. Blocked window above. Double chamfered arch in corresponding bay on south side, the inner arch resting on polygonal responds, blocked square window above. Double-chamfered chancel arch, inner arch resting on polygonal responds. Nave arcades of four bays with double-chamfered arches on octagonal piers. East window by Evans Bros. of Shrewsbury commemorating Shropshire vicar d.1858. Parish chest. Monument to Cilena l'Anson Bradley, d.1726 aged 12 years: bust in square niche with draped round arch head supported on pilasters, draped apron with inscription and fringed edge, signed John Hunt, Northampton on base of bust - in north choir vestry. Other late C18 and early C19 wall monuments. (Buildings of England: Northamptonshire, p.296; Whellans' Directory of Northamptonshire, 1874; Kelly's Directory of Northamptonshire, 1890).

Listing NGR: SP6272467744


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Books and journals
Directory of Northamptonshire, (1874)
Pevsner, N, Cherry, B, The Buildings of England: Northamptonshire, (1973)
'Kellys Directory' in Northamptonshire, (1890)


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: 08 Sep 2001
Reference: IOE01/04927/20
Rights: Copyright IoE Dr John Airlie Hunter. Source Historic England Archive
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