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St Nicolas, Old Shoreham, Sussex

Parish church

The aisleless nave of Old Shoreham is Anglo-Saxon. The tower which once stood at its W end was probably adapted as a nave extension in ...

St Mary Magdalene, Old Somerby, Lincolnshire

Parish church

Though a small church, it is a palimpsest of varied medieval and post-medieval work. The nave has a 13thc S arcade, a 14thc N wall, and a ...

St Leonard, Old Warden, Bedfordshire

Parish church

Brown cobblestone church of late 12thc. to early 13thc. date with chancel, nave with S aisle and S porch, and W tower. The 12thc. tower ...

St John the Baptist, Onehouse, Suffolk

Parish church

Onehouse is 10 miles E of Bury St Edmunds, just outside Stowmarket. St John's stands in arable farmland, with the moated hall site 100 yards ...

St Michael, Onibury, Shropshire

Parish church

The vilage of Onibury lies four miles northwest of Ludlow on the River Onny. The church is single-aisled, with a 14thc. tower and nave.   Chancel 12thc with ...

Orchard

Two fragments of a granite, ringed cross found in a field, which Crawford describes as the 'Church Field' (Crawford 1907, 218). There are no building ...

St George, Orcheston St Mary, Wiltshire

Parish church

The north doorway of the nave is the only 12thc. survival. Most of the building dates from the 13thc. though its details were renewed in ...

St John the Baptist, Orcop, Herefordshire

Parish church

Orcop is a small dispersed village in the S of the county, 8 miles S of Hereford and a similar distance W of Ross-on-Wye. It ...