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St Mary & St James, Hazelbury Bryan, Dorset

(50°52′24″N, 2°21′7″W)
Hazelbury Bryan
ST 7532 0828
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Dorset
now Dorset
medieval Salisbury
now Salisbury
  • Howard Austin Jones
07 June 2013

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Feature Sets

Nothing survives of a Romanesque building. The present church is of the 15thc and consists of a chancel, nave with N and S aisles, a S porch and a W tower. The font is the only Romanesque feature.


A settlement at Hazelbury Bryan is not mentioned in the Domesday Book. In the Taxatio of 1291 the rectory was valued at £ 4. 6s. 8d., but it is well-attested as moiety between two rectors with separate advowson-holders.





J Newman and N Pevsner, The Buildings of England: Dorset, Harmondsworth 1972, 226.

istorical Monuments in the County of Dorset, Vol. 3: Central, Part 1, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, London 1970), 105-107.