In Domesday Book Harnhill (Harehille) is held by Roger from Ralph de Tosny.
|Depth of stone||0.23 m|
|Height of stone||0.51 m|
|Width of stone||1.10 m|
Frances Arnold-Forster, Studies in Church Dedications: or, England’s Patron Saints, Volume 3, London 1899, 142.
Charles E. Keyser, 'Notes on a Sculptured Tympanum at Kingswinford Church, Staffordshire, and other early representations in England of St Michael the Archangel', Archaeological Journal, 62 (1905), 137-146, 143.
Charles E. Keyser, A List of Norman Tympana and Lintels with Figure or Symbolical Sculpture..., 2nd ed., London 1927, 153-54.
David Verey, The Buildings of England, Gloucestershire: The Cotswolds, Harmondsworth 1970, 269.