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Statutory Address:

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Ashford (District Authority)
Wye with Hinxhill
National Grid Reference:
TR 04861 42619



3/268 Church of 27.11.57 St Mary (formerly listed under the parish of Hinxhill)


Parish church. C13, C14 north chapel and aisle spire rebuilt 1797 general restoration 1881. Ragstone with red brick porch and buttresses. Plain tiled roof and shingled spire. Chancel with north chapel, nave and north aisle, western tower and south porch. Single stage tower with large offset diagonal buttresses, and with broach spire. Shallow roll mould to west door. Irregularly bonded C17 brick south porch (now vestry). Perpendicular fenestration to nave (some C19 restoration) and ogee headed C14 windows to chancel, chapel and north aisle, with lancet windows to east and west ends of both chancel and aisle/chapel (re-used from C13). Interior: simple C12 tower arch on imposts. Three bay north arcade with round piers and octagonal capitals and octagonal responds. Restored tie- beam roof and lean-to roof to aisle. Wooden chancel arch/screen erected (and dated) 1637, with enriched bowed arched braces and traceried upper section. Wooden arches to north aisle/north chapel in similar vein but of c.1881. Chancel with roof of 2 crown posts. Fittings: C13 sedile and trecusped piscina in chancel and ogee headed piscina or aumbrey in north chapel east wall. C19 altar rail reredos font and lecturn. C16 Perpendicular panelling used as wainscotting in chancel and incorporated into reading desk and pulpit (n.b. benches dated 1834). Fragment of C17 painted glass in vestry. Brass inscription in nave to Robert Gateley, d.1514. Monument: Robert Edolph, erected 1632. Large standing alabaster monument. Black Corinthian columns support a broken segmental pediment with 3 arms cartouches over lifesize figures of Edolph and his Lady kneeling at a prayer desk with double arcaded background. Paired skulls below to either side of inscription and verses. Charity board in tower, with cornice on pilasters, recording the gifts of Martha Wade, 1825. (See B.O.E. Kent II, 1983, 352).

Listing NGR: TR0543142993


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Books and journals
Newman, J, The Buildings of England: North East and East Kent, (1983), 352


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 Jul 2006
Reference: IOE01/14985/19
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Edward Le Fanu. Source Historic England Archive
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