The Church of St Mary, South Milford was consecrated on November 25th 1846 by the then Bishop of Ripon. The parish was formed from that of neighbouring Sherburn-in-Elmet. The land for the church was donated by University Collage, Oxford and additional land by Benjamin Crosland of Milford House. The church was built by Benjamin Bulmer of Thorp Arch using limestone from nearby Huddleston Quarry. The costs were partly funded by two sisters from Parlington Hall, Mary Isabella and Elizabeth Gascoigne. (Source-Church near you).
A Churchyard Extension is located across the road from the original churchyard.
GPS Coordinates: 53.77717, -1.25473
- Added: 22 Jul 2012
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2458608
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