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East Riding of Yorkshire (Unitary Authority)
North Ferriby
National Grid Reference:
SE 98898 25784


NORTH FERRIBY CHURCH ROAD SE 92 NE (east side) 6/23 Church of All Saints 7.2.68 GV II Church. 1845-8. By J L Pearson. Coursed oolitic limestone rubble with freestone dressings and graduated slate roofs. Geometrical style. 3-stage west tower with broach spire, 4-bay aisled nave with north and south porches, 2-bay chancel with north vestry. Tower: moulded plinth and angle buttresses up to bell stage. Lancet with geometrical tracery to ringing chamber. String course, pointed 2-light belfry opening with geometrical tracery under a hoodmould with face stops. Parapet with small blank quatrefoils and grotesques to corners. Broach spire with 2-light lucarnes filled with geometrical tracery under gablets with poppy-head finials. Cross finial. South aisle: diagonal buttresses, 3 two-light pointed windows with geometrical tracery under hoodmoulds with face and foliage stops. South porch: pointed door under hoodmould with face stops. Raised coped gable on kneelers enriched with foliage carving. Cross finial. 4 triple lancet windows under running hoodmoulds to clerestory. Raised coped gable with cross finial on kneelers with gablets. Chancel: gableted angle buttresses. Central pointed priests' door of 2 moulded orders, the outer oil nook-shafts under a running hoodmould and gablet with beast stops. To left is a large 2-light pointed window with geometrical tracery under a hoodmould with carved stops; to right, a similar, smaller window. Pointed 5-light east window with geometrical tracery under a hoodmould with monarch stops. Similar fenestration to north side of church. Interior: north and south arcades of 4 double-chamfered arches on alternating cylindrical and octagonal piers. Pointed double-chamfered tower arch. Pointed double- chamfered chancel arch on responds with attached shafts. In north-east corner of the chancel is a memorial to Luke Livingstone, died 1713, and his wife Elizabeth: chest on moulded plinth: 2 panels (one for each inscription) to chest. Shallow cornice. Full-sized effigies kneeling in prayer: Mrs Livingstone looks up to the heavens while her husband looks at her. Behind, pilasters with dosserets support a scrolled pediment containing a coat of arms. Octagonal font with sunk quatrefoils and shields with religious emblems and floral bosses. Cylindrical pier ringed with 8 marble colonnettes on a cushion base.

Listing NGR: SE9889825784


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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: 17 Sep 1999
Reference: IOE01/00873/13
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Gareth Parry. Source Historic England Archive
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