Church of St Francis of Assisi, Byrness :: Shared Description

Parish church dating from 1796. Restored, gothicized and chancel partly rebuilt in 1884 by F.R. Wilson. Most notable for its south stained-glass window of 1903 commemorating the men, women and children who died during the construction of the reservoir at Catcleugh; an adjacent brass plate records the names of 64 persons who died between 1891 and 1904.
It is a Grade II Listed Building (List Entry Number: 1044835)
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by Andrew Curtis
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NT7702 : Catcleugh Reservoir workers' memorial plaque, Byrness Church by Andrew Curtis
NT7702 : Byrness Church from the south by Andrew Curtis
NT7702 : Catcleugh Reservoir 'Navvies Window', Byrness Church by Andrew Curtis
NT7702 : Byrness Church from the south by Andrew Curtis
NT7702 : Church of St Francis of Assisi, Byrness by Andrew Curtis


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Created: Fri, 12 Apr 2019, Updated: Fri, 12 Apr 2019

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