All Hallows Churchyard

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All Hallows Churchyard

Church Lane
South Cerney, Cotswold District, Gloucestershire, GL7 5TT England
Memorials 34 added (41% photographed)

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All Hallows is a large church, which dates from the Norman period. The building consists of the chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and an embattled central tower, topped once with a spire, but later removed during restoration in the 19th century. The church dates from the 12th century has find examples of Norman carvings including a depiction of "The Christ in Glory and The Harrowing Of Hell" above the south door. The south aisle and open pews were added in 1862 during the thorough restoration project carried out by architect, J.P St Aubyn, also responsible for restoring the Chapel at Owlpen Manor in 1874 and part of Rousham House in Oxfordshire.

Parish Records indicate it is an Anglican denomination church with 682 burials ranging from 1813 - 1851.


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GPS Coordinates: 51.67482, -1.92921

  • Added: 3 Feb 2011
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2387353