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Search Aspect ( St Mary''s )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church of St Mary The Virgin (Boston Spa)
Colour image2003 Church of St Mary the Virgin, built in the early 1800s, various work was carried out in the following years. A plan to rebuild the church could not be carried out, due to the cost. Instead, architect Walter Hinshaw Parkinson totally altered the interior of the church. The church was reopened on 31st October 1873. The tower, seen in this view was built by 1894. There are many memorials to local families.
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Church of St Mary The Virgin (Boston Spa)
Colour image2003 This is the parish church for Boston Spa, building began in the early 1800s, the tower rebuilt by 1894. There are numerous memorials for local families.
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Church of St Mary The Virgin (Boston Spa)
Colour image2003 This is the Parish church for Boston Spa. The foundation stones were laid by William Gossip of Thorp Arch Hall and architect Samuel Taite, on 28th March 1812. The church was consecrated as a Chapel of Ease to Bramham by Archbishop Verron Harcourt on Boxing Day 1814. In the following years various additions were made, a plan to rebuild the church faltered because of the expense.
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Close up of the Pancake Bell, St Mary's in the Wood (Morley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, One of three historical objects saved from the Old Morley Chapel which once occupied the site, the Pancake Bell is believed to have come from Howley Hall and originally Kirkstall Abbey. Recast in 1694 with the date and words 'Soli Deo Glora'.
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Dewsbury Road, in the direction of the Cardigan Arms (West Ardsley) (1 comment)
Colour image1969. View of Dewsbury Road looking towards the Cardigan Arms (the white building in the background). The side of the graveyard, belonging to Woodkirk Church (St Mary's), is sheeted up to discreetly screen off the grave diggers from traffic. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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