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- 1. St Mary, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England
Parish churchThe original 12thc. church consisted of a chancel and an aisleless nave. Some of the original quoin stones have been reused in the NE and SE angles of the nave. The church now has chancel with 19thc. N vestry, and nave with N arcade of c.1300 (the aisle is 15thc.) and S arcade of c.1330 with a 15thc. W bay (the aisle is late 14th to early 15thc.). The W tower is mid 15thc. and the chancel was rebuilt at the end of the 15thc. A reset plain 12thc. window with an arcuated lintel is found in the N wall of the vestry. 12thc. sculpture is found on a finely carved pillar piscina.