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ST MARYS CHURCH

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A 12th to 14th century church with alterations in 1513 and 1876.

Remains of the church of St Mary, Priory Street, Birkenhead

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Remains of the church of St Mary, Priory Street, Birkenhead. (1) The church was erected in 1819. It was capable of seating 1300 people. (2) The first stone was laid on 28th July 1819 and the building was consecrated on 17th December 1821. (3) Built adjoining the priory ruins at the expense...

Crickadarn Church (St Mary)

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The church of St Mary probably dates from the C14th, and comprises a large undivided nave and chancel with a western tower with a separate stair turret. Thechurch formerly housed a large rood screen and loft, similar to that at Llanfilo, which was removed in the latter half of the C19th. C...

Old Colwyn Church (St Catherine)

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Parish church built 1837. (Hubbard, 1986)Part of Old Colwyn Church (qv).

ST HILDAS CHURCH

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Church with a tower constructed in 1786, the rest dates to 1810-11.

CHURCH OF ST MARY

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Medieval or pre-Conquest origins, re-built, except for the mid-C14 West tower in 1790 and again in 1883 by Lynam and Rickman of Stoke-on-Trent.

Trefnant Church (Holy Trinity)

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Church 1853-5 by Sir Gilbert Scott. It commemorates Colonel and Mrs Salusbury of Galltfaenan Hall and was paid for by their two daughters. (Hubbard, 1986)Part of Trefnant Church (qv).

ST MICHAELS CHURCH

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Built in the 14th/15th century, restored in c1833 and mainly rebuilt in c1870 by Henry Stone. 15th century west tower.

STENIGOT

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Medieval settlement including a church, buildings and associated field system, seen as earthworks. The church and elements of the field system may have continued in use in to the Post Medieval period.

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Church of 12th and 15th century date, with 17th century fittings, restored in 1895. The building is of sandstone ashlar with lead roofs and consists of a five bay nave, with south porch, three bay chancel and a three stage west tower. The west tower has 12th century stone reused in its low...