St Mary's Church, Tutbury :: Shared Description

This church was part of a Benedictine priory founded by Henry de Ferrers in the 1080s. The nave survived because it also served as the parish church. The crossing, transepts, choir and apse did not survive but were reinstated in the 19C, designed by G E Street. (Information from Nikolaus Pevsner, Buildings of England - Staffordshire, 1974)
by Humphrey Bolton
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6 images use this description:

SK2129 : St.Mary's church by Richard Croft
SK2129 : The arch of the south doorway, St Mary's Church, Tutbury by Humphrey Bolton
SK2129 : Detail of the western doorway of St Mary's Church, Tutbury by Humphrey Bolton
SK2129 : The reredos in the Lady Chapel in the south aisle, St Mary's Church, Tutbury by Humphrey Bolton
SK2129 : Detail of the western doorway of St Mary's Church, Tutbury by Humphrey Bolton
SK2129 : St.Mary's church by Richard Croft


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Created: Sat, 14 Nov 2009, Updated: Tue, 3 Mar 2015

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