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Inchbofin, St Rioch

Inchbofin, St Rioch

Church (ruin)

Inchbofin is an island in Lough Ree, on which two churches remain: one is a simple nave and chancel building of about 1200, lacking Romanesque ...

Inchicronan

St Cronan, Inchicronan

Augustinian priory

A long narrow church, 20.12m x 5.03m (Westropp), with no separation of nave and chancel. The walls at the W end of the church stand ...

Ingleby Arncliffe

All Saints, Ingleby Arncliffe, Yorkshire, North Riding

Parish church

The church stands SE of this N Yorkshire village. The medieval church was demolished and rebuilt with a W tower, nave and chancel in 1821, but elements of a ...

Ingleton

St Mary the Virgin, Ingleton, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Ingleton is a large village between Settle and Kirkby Lonsdale, about 19 miles from Kendal. The church overlooks the river Doe just above its confluence with ...

Ingoldsby

St Bartholomew, Ingoldsby, Lincolnshire

Parish church

Ingoldsby is a small village about seven miles SE of Grantham. The church lies to the W of the village and consists of a short nave with N ...

Inishcaltra, St Brigid (Iniscealtra, Holy Island)

St Brigid, Inishcaltra, St Brigid (Iniscealtra, Holy Island)

Parish church

A small rectangular single cell church, 5.9 m x 3.6 m, situated within a walled enclosure. Romanesque sculpture is found in the W doorway and ...

Inishcaltra, St Caimin (Inishcealtra, Holy Island)

St Caimin, Inishcaltra, St Caimin (Inishcealtra, Holy Island)

Parish church, formerly monastic church

The church has a nave and chancel, 9.29 m x 6.1 and 4.44m x 3.81m respectively (Westropp, Leask). The nave has antae at both E ...

Inishcealtra, Church of the Wounded Men (Iniscealtra, Holy Island)

Church of the Wounded Men, Inishcealtra, Church of the Wounded Men (Iniscealtra, Holy Island)

Parish church

A small rectangular oratory or chapel, with three doors on N, W and S, and an altar against the E wall. There are square mouldings ...

Inishkeen

Inishkeen

Church (ruin)

Several fragments of a Romanesque feature, possibly a doorway, were recovered during work on the ruins of the Church of Ireland church on the island ...

Inishmaine

St Corbmac, Inishmaine

Ruined abbey church

A mainly early 13thc. church, on the shores of Lough Mask, T-plan, now in ruins, with nave, chancel and N and S chambers accessible from ...

Iniskeel

St Mary, Iniskeel

Church

A nave and chancel church (9.10 m x 5.10 m on the exterior and 3.90 m x 6.60 m internally). The N and S wall ...

Instow

St John the Baptist, Instow, Devon

Parish church

Within a raised circular graveyard. The church comprises nave, chancel, S aisle, S transept, W tower and S porch. The chancel and S transept are late 13thc. or ...

Inwardleigh

St Petrock, Inwardleigh, Devon

Parish church

The primarily 15thc and early 16thc church comprises, chancel, nave with N aisle, W tower and S porch.  It was restored in 1898 by Tait and Harvey ...

Inworth

All Saints, Inworth, Essex

Parish church

Inworth is a village in the Colchester Borough Council area of the county, 8 miles SE of Braintree and 10 miles SW of Colchester. It ...

Ipstones

St Leonard, Ipstones, Staffordshire

Parish church

St Leonard's has an aisleless nave, chancel and W tower. The nave is broad and has a S doorway under a porch and a battlemented ...

Ipswich

St Nicholas, Ipswich, Suffolk

Redundant parish church

The church stands on Franciscan Way, part of the Ipswich inner ring road, in an area of office buildings between the town centre and the ...

Ipswich

St Mary, Ipswich, Suffolk

Parish church

St Mary's is on Elm Street in the business centre of Ipswich; its parish including the three law courts, the police station and the civic ...

Ipswich

St Peter, Ipswich, Suffolk

Redundant parish church

The area around St Peter's is historically one of the most interesting in the town. On College Street stood the Augustinian Priory of St Peter ...

Ipswich Museum

Ipswich Museum, Suffolk

Museum

The museum contains only one object of interest to this project, but it is an important one. The fragment of a Tournai marble font bowl ...

Irnham

St Andrew, Irnham, Lincolnshire

Parish church

This large church, set in the village of Irnham, originally possessed a S aisle, of which arcade remnants can be seen in the S wall ...

Isel

St Michael and All Saints, Isel, Cumberland

Parish church

The church at Isel consists of a rectangular chancel and nave. There is a S porch and a W bell turret. The church building is ...

Isham

St Peter, Isham, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Peter's has a nave with N and S aisles of three bays. In each arcade the arches of the two W bays, and the ...

Isle Abbotts

St Mary, Isle Abbotts, Somerset

Parish church

In South Somerset District, the small (population c.200) village of Isle Abbotts lies in the shallow valley of the river Isle, a tributary of Somerset’s ...

Isle Brewers

All Saints, Isle Brewers, Somerset

Parish church

Isle Brewers is a small (population c.150) village in South Somerset district 1.5kms E across the river Isle from Isle Abbots. The Isle is a ...

Isleham Priory

Isleham Priory, Cambridgeshire

Alien priory church

A simple three-cell building of nave, chancel and semicircular apse without tower or belfry. There is a chancel arch and the remains of an apse ...

Islip

St Nicholas, Islip, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Islip lies 5 miles NE of Oxford, on the N bank of the river Ray. According to tradition, Islip was the birthplace of King Edward ...

Iver

St Peter, Iver, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Iver is a large village in the SE corner of the county, 5 miles E of Slough and under half a mile outside the M25 ...

Ivychurch Priory

Ivychurch Priory, Wiltshire

Ruined priory church

The remains of the north aisle of the former Augustinian priory church of Ivychurch have been incorporated into a farmhouse. It was founded by King ...

Ixworth Thorpe

All Saints, Ixworth Thorpe, Suffolk

Parish church

Ixworth is 6 miles NE of Bury St Edmunds, and Ixworth Thorpe (the suffix indicating a marginal settlement) lies 2 miles to the NW of ...