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St Andrew, Newton Tony, Wiltshire

(51°9′41″N, 1°41′22″W)
Newton Tony
SU 218 403
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Wiltshire
now Wiltshire
medieval Salisbury
now Salisbury
medieval unknown
now St Andrew
  • Allan Brodie
25 April 1995

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Feature Sets

The church was built in 1844 to designs by T.H. Wyatt and David Brandon. The font dates from the 12thc. and originated from an earlier church.


Newton Tony church was standing in the 12thc. The rectory was worth £6 in 1291, £20 in 1535. The old church, which may have been undedicated, had a chancel and a nave with south porch and north chapel. The small size of the chancel and the nave suggests that they were built no later than the 12thc. New windows were inserted in the south wall of the nave in the later Middle Ages.





The font is not mentioned in Pevsner.


J. Buckler, Unpublished album of drawings. Devizes Museum, Vol. 8, pl. 4.

N. Pevsner and B. Cherry, Buildings of England: Wiltshire. Harmondsworth 1975, 2nd edition, 356.

A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 15, Amesbury Hundred, Branch and Dole Hundred, Victoria County History, London, 1995, 143-53, esp. 151-3