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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.

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Church, largely rebuilt in the 15th century, although originating as a Saxon minster. (See ST57NE7 for the history of the church). Earliest feature is a 10th century grave slab built into the tower. The nave and chancel plan are irregular, possibly reflecting pre-Conquest survival in the p...

ST KEW

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Possible 5th-6th century monastery site dedicated to St Daw (or St Docco). Between 961-3 it was confirmed in its status as a minster by King Edgar, and was a secular college until 1283. The church was dedicated to St Docco until 1440 when it was rededicated to St Kew. The church was rebuil...

CHURCH OF ST STEPHEN

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A minster was founded circa 830, and became a secular college. This was abandoned in 1126 when a new Priory (SX38NW7) was founded. The present church contains the Norman chancel of the collegiate church. The church was extended in 1419 and in the early 16th century, restored 1883 by Hine a...

ST PETERS CHURCH

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Remains of the former church include the tower and porch. Medieval with 15th century porch, the tower was rebuilt in 1849. The church was demolished in 1952. Excavations on the site by Capt H S Gracie in 1959 revealed the remains of a Roman villa, a Saxon cemetery and medieval churches. Ro...

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Secular college founded in the Bishopric of Aelfnoth, circa 975, the earliest fabric in the church, in the tower, probably dating from the Bishopric of Eadnoth (1034-1049). The church was built to a cruciform plan, and except for the addition of the North vestry, retains that plan. Altered...

SOUTHWELL MINSTER

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Former minster and collegiate church founded 956 AD. One of only six collegiate churches to escape Dissolution in Henry VIIIs reign, but it was dissolved in 1548, only to be re-instated in 1557. Its Collegiate functions were finally ended in 1841 after which, in 1888 it became a cathedral....

ST JOHNS MINSTER CHURCH

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Minster founded during the 8th century, possibly as Inderawuda (see TA03NW79), destroyed by the Danes circa 867, refounded by 934 by King Athelstan as a minster, and rebuilt from 1037. It is clearly referred to as a minster in the reign of Edward the Confessor. The church was enriched by s...

SS PETER AND PAULS CHURCH

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This was a secular collegiate church, founded circa 1165, dissolved after 1546. The building contains a re-used circa 1175 capital but the interior is 13th century with Decorated and Perpendicular work added. The church was over-restored in 1865-7. There is indirect evidence suggesting tha...

SOUTHWELL MINSTER

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

Former minster and collegiate church founded 956 AD. One of only six collegiate churches to escape Dissolution in Henry VIIIs reign, but it was dissolved in 1548, only to be re-instated in 1557. Its Collegiate functions were finally ended in 1841 after which, in 1888 it became a cathedral....

CHURCH OF ST GREGORY AND ST MARTIN

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

Wye was one of the early minsters founded in Kent before 700. Of the 13th century cruciform Church, the arcades of the Nave survive. The clerestory, the roof of the Nave, the Aisles and the South Porch date from between 1432, when Cardinal Archbishop John Kempe founded Wye College of which...