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Rochford (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 86028 91862


HAWKWELL RECTORY ROAD TQ 89 SE 4/6 Church of St. Mary the Virgin 27.7.59 GV II*

Parish church. C14 origin, C15 alterations and bell turret. C19 restorations. Stone rubble, red plain tiled roofs, weatherboarded bell turret, shingle spire. Chancel, Nave, north west vestry, bell turret, south porch. Chancel, east wall, buttressed at angles, C19 window of 3 cinquefoiled lights, tracery over, 2 centre arch, label with head stops, no windows to north wall, south wall window of 2 trefoiled lights, square head and label, former doorway to west now partly blocked and converted into a trefoiled window with 2 centre arch. Nave south wall, 3 buttresses one at western angle, one to east of south porch and one at junction of Nave and Chancel. C19 2 light ogee window, traceried roundels over, square head and label. Gabled south porch, bargeboards to gable, panel dated 1884. 5 cant roof, each timber stop chamfered. Wooden side seats. South doorway C15 or earlier, 2 centre arch of 2 chamfered orders, segmental rear arch. 5 board nailed door, the 2 strap hinges with incised chevron motifs. Similar window to north wall. Lean-to north vestry with concrete tiled upper roof and corrugated asbestos to lower level, C20 fixed window and a 2 centre arched window to west wall. Angle buttresses to Nave west wall and a C19/C20 window of 3 cinquefoil lights, tracery over. 2 centre arched head and label. Interior. Chancel, plastered 7 cant roof, moulded wall plates. Piscina, sunk chamfered square surround, square drain in forward square bowl with square soffit. C20 stained glass to east and south windows. Chamfered 2 centred Chancel arch, moulded capital to semi-octagonal attached shaft. Late C20 altar and altar rails. No pulpit, no font. Nave. C19 coloured tiled floor. Segmental head to north door. Roof of 7 cants with tall 4 armed octagonal crown post with moulded capital and base on chamfered tie beam. Moulded wall plates. Some C19 stained glass to windows. Brass on south door dated 1857 relates to will of Robert Sudley Jan. 16, 1615 who left money to purchase 6 acres of land known as The Poor Lands and a double cottage for the use of the poor of this parish. Belfry, timber frame with corner posts, arched braces to side girts. Saltire upper braces. Later inserted posts and braces. Chamfered and square cut mouldings to eastern corner posts. RCHM 1.

Listing NGR: TQ8602891862


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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: 28 Nov 2005
Reference: IOE01/14738/11
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr M W Keogh. Source Historic England Archive
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