Building record MYO342 - ST GILES CHURCH

Summary

Church of 12th century origin, much altered with a chancel of 1889 and 20th century additions including the west porch. Built of magnesium limestone ashlar, partly rendered and colourwashed, with a Welsh slate roof. The church consists of the west porch, nave and chancel in one. Thr stained glass in the east window is by Kemp. NAVE IS 12TH CENTURY AS IS OTHER PARTS. MUCH ALTERED IN THE 19TH CENTURY. LISTED AS GRADE II. 3 bells - 2 in use dating to 1965 founded by John Taylor & Co. 3rd bell c1800 by Robert Dalton now disused. CARE NO: 43/013

Location

Grid reference SE 5652 4686 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire
Civil Parish Copmanthorpe, City of York, North Yorkshire

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Type and Period (3)

Full Description

NAVE IS 12TH CENTURY AS IS OTHER PARTS. MUCH ALTERED IN THE 19TH CENTURY. LISTED AS GRADE II

NMR Information:

SE 5652 4687 St. Giles's Church T.U. (1)

The nave of St. Giles' Church may be Norman, but none of the
details seem original. (2)

In normal use. (3)

1 Ordnance Survey Map (Scale / Date) OS 6" 1958
2 Yorkshire : the West Riding 171 by Nikolaus Pevsner ; revised by Enid Radcliffe
3 Field Investigators Comments F1 RL 15-MAY-63
4 List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest District of Selby, 12-JUL-1985

Related event: (UID 1050679) SURVEY BY SYDNEY DECIMUS KITSON Architectural Survey. Undated


Archaeology File (Unpublished document). SYO3.

Sources/Archives (1)

  • --- Unpublished document: Archaeology File.

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Record last edited

Aug 2 2019 1:23PM

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