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All Saints, Milton

All Saints, Milton

History of All Saints, Milton

Listed building

Parish Church. Norman chancel arch and east nave wall, nave arcades c.1300. Aisles widened in early C15; north aisle demolished in 1779 and rebuilt 1864; south aisle restored 1855, and south porch 1847 with original stone bench. Chancel C13 with C15 priests’ door and south window, rebuilt except for south wall 1847, chancel roof designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin. Nave clerestorey early C16 and roof with ceiling inserted by Rev Knight (Rector 1776-1790), nave possibly extended in late C14 (with C16 fenestration) to C14 tower with embattled parapet and finials C15.


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