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Old Postcard 'Ardingly Church',Sussex 1931

Old Postcard 'Ardingly Church',Sussex 1931

Postcard of Ardingly High Street Sussex 1907

Details about Postcard of Ardingly High Street Sussex 1907

Postcard of Ardingly High Street Sussex 1907

Plan - PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER ARDINGLY. The church occupies the site of a 12th-century church.The chancel, nave, and south aisle date chiefly from c. 1330, but the lower parts of the chancel walls may be earlier and the responds of the south arcade appear to contain 13th-century material. The west tower and south porch were added in the 15th century.

Plan - PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER ARDINGLY. The church occupies the site of a 12th-century church.The chancel, nave, and south aisle date chiefly from c. 1330, but the lower parts of the chancel walls may be earlier and the responds of the south arcade appear to contain 13th-century material. The west tower and south porch were added in the 15th century.

St Peter's Church, Ardingly - view from the southwest corner of the churchyard. It The was built between 1325 and 1340 with a number of later additions.

St Peter's Church, Ardingly - view from the southwest corner of the churchyard. It The was built between 1325 and 1340 with a number of later additions.

Photo taken from St Peter's Church c1950, Ardingly

Photo taken from St Peter's Church c1950, Ardingly

St Peter's Church c1955, Ardingly

St Peter's Church c1955, Ardingly

North Ockendon: Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Interior from S. Aisle, showing S. Arcade of Nave; E. half, early 16th-century, W. half, 13th-century; disused windows over, 12th-century.

North Ockendon: Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Interior from S. Aisle, showing S. Arcade of Nave; E. half, early 16th-century, W. half, 13th-century; disused windows over, 12th-century.

Richard and Margaret Culpeper Brass at St. Peter's Church in Ardingly. West Sussex. The childless couple, Richard Culpeper (died 1516) and his wife Margaret Wakefield (died 1509).

Richard and Margaret Culpeper Brass at St. Peter's Church in Ardingly. West Sussex. The childless couple, Richard Culpeper (died 1516) and his wife Margaret Wakefield (died 1509).

Ardingly College, earlier days

Ardingly College, earlier days

Sussex, Wakehurst, the Hall, 1849 / 1872 "Hall, Wakehurst, Sussex" tinted stone lithograph after a drawing by Joseph Nash (originally published about 1849), published in Southeran's edition of The Mansions of England in the olden time, 1872. Good condition. Size 29 x 22 cms including title, plus margins. Ref G3774

Sussex, Wakehurst, the Hall, 1849 / 1872 "Hall, Wakehurst, Sussex" tinted stone lithograph after a drawing by Joseph Nash (originally published about 1849), published in Southeran's edition of The Mansions of England in the olden time, 1872. Good condition. Size 29 x 22 cms including title, plus margins. Ref G3774

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