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Church of St Mary

A Grade I Listed Building in Lockington, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Latitude: 53.9083 / 53°54'29"N

Longitude: -0.4835 / 0°29'0"W

OS Eastings: 499719

OS Northings: 446855

OS Grid: SE997468

Mapcode National: GBR TR27.3R

Mapcode Global: WHGDX.J1Z5

Entry Name: Church of St Mary

Listing Date: 7 February 1968

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1310465

English Heritage Legacy ID: 164513

Location: Lockington, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO25

County: East Riding of Yorkshire

Civil Parish: Lockington

Built-Up Area: Lockington

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Lockington St Mary

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

SE 94 NE
(east side)

Church of Saint Mary



Church. C12 nave, early C13 west tower (embraced) rebuilt in C17, early C14
chancel, C14 south nave chapel (recast in 1635). Ashlar, with brick to
upper part of west tower, lead and tiled roofs. 3-stage west tower, 4-bay
nave with 2-bay south chapel, 3-bay chancel. West tower: lancets to belfry
openings under crenellated parapet, all in brick. West elevation has
blocked west door with pointed head and continuous chamfer flanked at about
first floor height by lancets which light the now apparently inaccessible
chambers to north and south of the tower. Second-floor moulded string,
small lancet above. Nave: chamfered string. Mid C12 south door of 3 orders
with nook-shafts. The 2 inner and middle orders have zigzag, the outer is
roll moulded. The west side of the door-head is interrupted by a late
medieval ogee-headed niche under a gablet. Over the door is a 3-light
square-headed mullioned window. South chapel: moulded plinth, buttresses
with offsets. Two 3-light mullioned windows. Crenellated parapet
incorporating the coat of arms of the Estoft family flanked by herms.
Chancel: high chamfered plinth, buttresses with offset. Three 2-light
pointed windows with ogee tracery under hoodmoulds with face stops. 5-light
pointed east window with reticulated tracery (above a dwarf buttress) with
hoodmould with face stops.

INTERIOR: screen to west end c1893 by Temple
Moore incorporating much earlier C17 and C18 panelling and woodwork.
Painted brocade pattern above. 2-bay arcade to south chapel of pointed
double-chamfered arches on an octagonal pier. Remains of a C12 chancel arch
of 3 orders now rebuilt so that the zigzag runs up on the lines of the
responds to form a rectangular opening into the chancel. 3 scallop capitals
to nook-shafts beneath. C18 pulpit, with readers desk and sounding board,
all in raised and fielded panelling, reached by a short closed-string stair
with turned vase balusters-and heavy moulded handrail. Chancel: small
trefoil-headed piscina to south wall, squint to south chapel. The west
windows to north and south walls have been extended downwards to form low-
side windows. Nave roof: low-pitch on slightly cambered tie-beams with
central floral bosses; chancel roof has a pointed, panelled and bossed
timber vault. South chapel: this was remodelled in 1634/5 as the Estoft
family shrine. Tomb to Mary Moyser died 1633: her effigy lies on its side
above small effigies of her children and beneath a lengthy oval inscription
flanked by Corinthian columns: pediment with figures of Truth, Charity and
Justice. The walls are entirely lined with panelling: each of the 173
panels is painted with a coat of arms connected with the family.

Listing NGR: SE9971646854

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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