St Mary's church, Riseholme :: Shared Description

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The first Bishop of Lincoln to live at Riseholme Hall was John Kaye and he had the 14th century style church of St Mary's built at his own expense to a design by S.S. Teulon. The foundation stone was laid by Bishop Kaye on 4th April 1851. The church consists of a nave with gabled western bellcote, a gabled south porch, a vestry and a chancel. St Mary's is built of local stone and the architecture is early Decorated period. All the woodwork is English oak and the font is of stone from Caen. The chancel arch is in a 13th century style and the chancel floor is Victorian encaustic tiles.
The windows are by Gibbs.
The organ is a Premier pipe organ made by Cousans of Lincoln. St Mary's did not have electricity until 1948 and an electric blower was installed for the organ in 1954.
by Julian P Guffogg
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SK9875 : East Window, St Mary's church by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9875 : Stained glass window, St Mary's church, Riseholme by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9875 : Organ, St Mary's church, Riseholme by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9875 : Interior, St Mary's church, Riseholme by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9875 : St Mary's church, Riseholme by J.Hannan-Briggs

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Created: Mon, 19 May 2014, Updated: Mon, 19 May 2014

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