Church of St Maurice, Eglingham :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church, listed grade 2* (list entry 1041975). Like many churches, it has been frequently added to or partially rebuilt, but the tower is the oldest part, dating from the late 13th century, and one of its two bells is original to that period. The village was the seat of the Ogle family who, not surprisingly, are well represented in its memorials, as are many former incumbents, several of whom were also Archdeacons of Lindisfarne.
by Stephen Craven

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NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - side chapel by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - nave looking east by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : The Parish Church, Eglingham by Martin Tester
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - churchyard tombs by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - box pews by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - carved initials by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - view from north by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - St Aidan window by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - skull and crossbones by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - tower stonework by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - east window by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - St Cuthbert window by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - altar by Stephen Craven
NU1019 : St Maurice, Eglingham - chancel by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 19 Aug 2017, Updated: Sat, 19 Aug 2017

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