All Saints Churchyard

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All Saints Churchyard

Neenton, Shropshire Unitary Authority, Shropshire, England Add to Map
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All Saints Church sits in the middle of the small village of Neenton on the main Bridgnorth to Ludlow road (B4364). The church was rebuilt in a neo, or a pretend, 13th Century design in 1871 by Sir Arthur Blomfield, using ancient stone and has a turret containing two bells. Its stained-glass east window, by William Morris & Co, was unveiled in October 1921 as a memorial to three local men who died in World War I, among those named being Frank Amies whose family, resident in Neenton for nearly a century, made the pulpit and some important woodwork in the church, as well as the oak plaque to his own memory on the south wall. The cemetery surrounds the church, but there are few remaining graves.


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  • Added: 20 Sep 2017
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2651501