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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Rushton, North Northamptonshire

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Latitude: 52.4374 / 52°26'14"N

Longitude: -0.7644 / 0°45'51"W

OS Eastings: 484093

OS Northings: 282874

OS Grid: SP840828

Mapcode National: GBR CVF.5KD

Mapcode Global: VHDR2.PZRW

Plus Code: 9C4XC6PP+X6

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 25 February 1957

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1052039

English Heritage Legacy ID: 231154

ID on this website: 101052039

Location: All Saints' Church, Rushton, North Northamptonshire, NN14

County: North Northamptonshire

Civil Parish: Rushton

Built-Up Area: Rushton

Traditional County: Northamptonshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Northamptonshire

Church of England Parish: Rushton with Glendon All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Peterborough

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1337-0/13/240 (South side)
25/02/57 Church of All Saints
Parish church. Norman origin, largely rebuilt early C14,
restored 1853 and 1869 by E.F. Law. North-east chapel reroofed
after fire of 1963. Coursed squared ironstone with limestone
dressings, lead and Collyweston stone slate roofs. West tower,
nave with north aisle and south porch, chancel. North- east
chapel, vestry to south-east. 3-stage, west tower with
set-back buttresses, square-headed lights to first 2 stages
and 2-light bell-openings (twin lancets in arched recess) and
later limestone castellated parapet with corner pinnacles.
Tower west entrance has C19 double doors on decorative hinges
in arched opening of 3 chamfered orders. South side of nave
buttresses, with sill band, has 2-light traceried windows
(each a little different) with hood-moulds. Window to left of
porch is square-headed. South porch has coped gable, moulded
arched entrance and little 2-light traceried windows (now
blocked) to either flank. 3 3-light Perpendicular clerestory
windows to south, 3 2-light clerestory windows to north. North
aisle has 3 2-light square-headed Perpendicular windows with
hood-moulds and head-stops, and a C19 door in arched surround
of 2 hollow-chamfered orders. Chancel has parapet gable and a
3-light Decorated style east window. South side of chancel has
moulded plinth and a 3-light Decorated style window. Gabled
vestry has roof of graduated and shaped stone slabs.
North-east chapel has coped gable, limestone plinth, cill
band, quoins, a 2-light Decorated window to north and east and
a C19 north door in keel-moulded arched surround. Interior:
3-bay north nave arcade of 2 chamfered orders, carried on
cylindrical columns with plain capitals. Low, round-headed
tower arch (little more than a doorway) with chamfered impost
blocks. Organ apparently conceals Norman window above. Tall
and slightly stilted chancel arch, with polygonal responds.
Arch from aisle to chapel similar, but with semi- cylindrical
responds and tall roll-moulded capitals. 2-bay north chancel
arcade of 2 chamfered orders with a quatrefoil central pier
(with roll- moulded capital) and polygonal responds (with
capitals similar to those of chancel arch). Nave roof
arch-braced from corbels to tie-beam, north aisle roof of
tie-beam trusses, chancel roof arch-braced from corbels to
collar, all restored at C19. North-east chapel roof C20.
Elaborate and playful Decorated sedilia with nedding ogee
hoods with carved figures and beasts between and crocketed
gables and pinnacles above. Mostly C19 fittings and stained
glass. North-east chapel has late C13 purpeck marble effigy of
a bright, traditionally identified as William de Goldingham,
d.1296, and alabaster effigy of Sir Thomas Tresham, d.1559, in
the dress of Lord Prior of the Knights Hospitallers of St.
John of Jerusalem, removed from the church of St. Peter,
Rushton, demolished 1799. Vaulted vestry has incomplete
transverse chamfered rib on corbel.
(Buildings of England: Northamptonshire: P 397).

Listing NGR: SP8409382874

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