All Saints Churchyard

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All Saints Churchyard

East Stratton, City of Winchester, Hampshire, England
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The church of ALL SAINTS was begun in 1873 to take the place of the old church in the park, now removed, by the earl of Northbrook and the Hon. Francis Baring. It is in fifteenth-century style, from designs by T.G. Jackson, in chalk faced with flint with Chilmark stone dressings, and consists of chancel, nave, north aisle with arcade of four bays, vestry, organ chamber, south porch, and tower on the north, finished with a spire.
There is a modern ring of bells.
The plate consists of a communion cup and paten, silver-gilt, of 1709, and a silver paten, flagon, and almsdish.
The registers are incorporated with those of Micheldever from 1540 down to 1813, but the following registers of earlier date are kept here: a book of baptisms, marriages, and burials 1719–1809, a burial book 1719–28, and a marriage book for 1760–1812. Till 1888 all burials took place in Micheldever churchyard.


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GPS Coordinates: 51.15739, -1.22753

  • Added: 16 Oct 2008
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2279573