TF0039 : Window n.VI, St Michael and All Angels, Heydour

taken 5 years ago, near to Heydour, Lincolnshire, Great Britain

Window n.VI, St Michael and All Angels, Heydour
Window n.VI, St Michael and All Angels, Heydour
Medieval glass depicting St Edward the Confessor, St George (the patron saint of England) and St Edmund (note the lack of Halos), standing beneath military architectural canopies, some with gun ports. All are in armour and holding a sword or spear.
Circa 1360, given by Sir Henry Scrope.
St Michael and All Angels, Heydour


Grade I listed.

The church dates from the 12th century onwards, and was recorded in the Domesday Book.
There is a western tower with spire, nave with north and south aisles and clerestory, chancel with north chapel, and south porch.
The church is built in Ancaster stone with lead and slate roofs.

The tower dates from the 13th C. and has a plain parapet with gargoyles and pinnacles. The octagonal spire has one set of lucarnes. There are eight bells.
The south porch has a stone ribbed roof and side benches, and the south door is 14th century.
The nave and north and south arcades of four bays with octagonal piers are from the 14th century. The south aisle has its own piscina.
The clerestory was added in the 15th century with six windows.
The tower arch is also 14th century, and inside the tower is a portion of 12th century zigzag moulding reset over the doorway.
The chancel arch is also 14th century, although the chancel was probably 13th century and rebuilt in the mid 19th century. It has the usual sedilia and a squint into the north chapel. The east window is a triple lancet with glass by Kempe.
The north chapel is filled with monuments to the Newton family, and there are several good monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries.

The 14th century octagonal font has incomplete patterns of tracery, perhaps due to the Mason becoming a victim of the Black Death.

The church has two stained-glass windows from the 14th century given by the Scrope family. The windows were removed for cleaning and restoration in 2007. There are other fragments of mediaeval glass elsewhere in the church.

There is a two manual organ by Forster and Andrews on the north side of the chancel.

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Wednesday, 26 October, 2016   (more nearby)
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Thursday, 27 October, 2016
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St Michael and All Angels 
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Heydour 
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Window 
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WGS84: 52:56.6635N 0:29.9392W
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