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St Michael, Whichford, Warwickshire

(52°0′35″N, 1°32′48″W)
SP 312 347
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Warwickshire
now Warwickshire
medieval Worcester
now Coventry
  • Harry Sunley

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Feature Sets

Originally 12thc., with some of the original fabric still visible, the church has a 13thc. N aisle and 14thc. S chapel and chancel and an early 14thc. NW tower. 12thc. sculpture is found on the S doorway.


No mention in DS. The church was given to Bridlington by the daughter of the founder of that Priory, but it was nevertheless with the manor at the end of the 13thc., and descended with the manor.


Exterior Features



VCH 5:206

Pevsner and Wedgewood, 470