|||All Saints Church (Barwick in Elmet)
|5th September 1891
View shows the south entrance to All Saints Church. Parts of the church date back to the 12th century although it is believed that the porch was added during the 15th century. This entrance was used by parishioners for services and ceremonies. This is the Parish Church of Barwick in Elmet and is also known as All Hallow's.
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|||All Saints Church, East window of North Aisle (Barwick in Elmet)
The east window of the North Aisle of All Saints Church comprises of three heraldic panels. These were the work of Mrs. I.O. Trench Gascoigne who died in 1891 and date from 1858. An inscription reads 'This window was erected by F.C.T. and M.I.O.T. Gascoigne in consequence of the removal of a monument put up by Sir Edward Gascoigne Bart in 1726 which on the restoration of the Church being commenced was found too dilapidated to be repaired'.
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|||All Saints Church, statue in the west front of the tower. (Barwick in Elmet)
This statue, located in the niche in the west front of the tower of All Saints Church, commemorates Sir Henry Vavasour inscribed beneath with Latin "Orate pro Henrico Vavasour an dni mcccclv" (1455). He provided the white limestone from his quarries for the building of the tower and is portrayed holding, appropriately, a block of stone.
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|||Barwick in Elmet, Church Doorway (Barwick in Elmet)
Entrance porch to Barwick Church.
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|||Barwick in Elmet, Church Vestry Door (Barwick in Elmet)
Vestry door in Barwick Church.
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