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Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)
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EASTON ROYAL EAST ON ROYAL SU 26 SW (west side) 2/197 Church of the Holy Trinity II*

Anglican parish church, 1591, for Sir Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford, on site of medieval parish church, lengthened to west by 1 bay in 1852-3 by T.H. Wyatt, for Marquis of Ailesbury, and south vestry with tower added. Banded limestone rubble and flint, with tiled roof with crested ridges. Nave with north porch and south vestry tower. Two and 3-light windows with four centred heads, without cusping, inset in square chamfered openings. Angle buttresses at corners. West door, also four centred with waisted shields in blind spandrels, label mould and 3-light window over, probably also of 1591 and reset in extended bay. East window C19, Perpendicular style. Gabled porch with door similar to west door, C17 graffiti on jambs, and inner door with four centred arch. Interior: Nave and chancel without differentiation. Six bay roof, tie-beam trusses with king posts and arch braced collars. Short end struts with inserted quatrefoiled timber panels. Two tiers of purlins. Windbraces to bay 3. Walls plastered and floor aisles flagged. Sanctuary raised 3 steps and tiled. Fittings: Font, 1591, small limestone bowl on stem. Pulpit, sanctuary rails and pews C19, oak. Glass: East window by Lavers and Barraud, 1864. Monuments: Seymour monuments removed to Great Bedwyn church (q.v.). North wall: a) Wall tablet, 1820, white and grey marble. Cushioned oval with garland border set on grey rectangle, by Blore of Piccadilly. To William Butcher, died 1818, his wife and her brother. b) White marble on black by Hale of Baker Street. Oval panel with separate inscription, mounted on black field. To Revd David Llewellyn, died 1868, and wife. c) Slate with gilded lettering, to Mary Cooper, died 1973. South side three wall monuments: a) White marble on black, also by Hale. Raised chest with anchor, cross and chain over. To David Llewellyn, surgeon to Confederate war steamer 'Alabama', died at sea 1864. b) Tablet. White marble with grey fluted pilasters and pediment. To Rev James Lawes, died 1828, and wife. c) Memorial slab erected 1950. Polished limestone and slate, commemorating eminent persons of parish whose memorials are no longer extant, including Sir Geoffrey Esturmey, died 1245, later family and successors including Sir John Seymour, died 1465. Also 3 Powell brasses of C19 and 1 Great War brass. At rear of church two donation boards: (1) C18. William Francis, an investment of £500 for the poor, and (2) Rev Lawes, investment of £100 also for the poor. Also a cast iron plate recording £20 paid for repewing the church, reserving seats for the poor. A Trinitarian friary, founded by Stephen, archdeacon of Wiltshire, in 1245 was probably sited a short distance to the east of the medieval parish church. The present building is an interesting example of the simple form taken by the Elizabethan protestant parish church. (Easton Royal: A Short History, Sir H.H. Bashford, 1961; W.A.M., li, 365) -

Listing NGR: SU2069760398


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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: 14 Oct 1999
Reference: IOE01/00456/20
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