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All Saints, Brompton, Yorkshire, North Riding

(54°13′36″N, 0°33′18″W)
SE 943 822
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Yorkshire, North Riding
now North Yorkshire
medieval York
now York
  • Jeffrey Craine
September 2011

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Feature Sets

This is a large church constructed mainly in the Perpendicular style. Though the building is a largely 15thc structure, earlier elements have been incorporated, including a 13thc doorway. There are no structural parts of the church that would have stood in the 12thc. Only a few fragments of the church which existed in the 12thc survive.


The Domesday Book mentions a priest and a church at Brompton. The value of the manor doubled from 10s in TRE to 20 in 1086.


Interior Features

Interior Decoration


The capital fragments may well have been either responds or part of a pier supporting nave arcades.


N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Yorkshire, The North Riding, Harmondsworth, 1966, 89.

A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 2, ed. William Page, London, 1923, 424-430.