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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Loughton, Milton Keynes

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Latitude: 52.033 / 52°1'58"N

Longitude: -0.7805 / 0°46'49"W

OS Eastings: 483753

OS Northings: 237881

OS Grid: SP837378

Mapcode National: GBR D08.FJ0

Mapcode Global: VHDT6.F579

Plus Code: 9C4X26M9+6Q

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 17 November 1966

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1310657

English Heritage Legacy ID: 45840

Location: Loughton and Great Holm, Milton Keynes, MK5

County: Milton Keynes

Civil Parish: Loughton & Great Holm

Built-Up Area: Milton Keynes

Traditional County: Buckinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Watling Valley, Milton Keynes

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Parish Church. C13-15, restored 1857 and 1886. Stone, nave and S.
chapel lead roofs, chancel old tiles. Embattled W. tower, with C14
2-light belfry windows, deep corner buttresses and additional W.
buttress almost blocking the W. window. S. porch, aisle and lady chapel
C15 with offset buttresses, 4-light windows with some old glass in
the heads. Interior: nave arcade of 2 bays continued with I bay
between the chancel and S. chapel at E. end of the aisle. At the W. end
of the nave are 2 transitional lancets, the tower arch is C14 supported
on piers with 3 shafts with hood mould on corbels of carved heads. E.
window of 2 lights, probably C13. Font also probably C13. Monuments:
In the chancel is a brass to Hugh Parke, Rector, 1514, and on the S. wall
a monument to Robert Crane, 1672, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge,
and son of John Crane, Clerk of the Green Cloth to King Charles II who
died in 1660, a panel in an architrave surround with scroll base, scroll
pediment and cartouche of arms. Nearby is a monument to Mary, daughter of
Sir Thomas Tresham, wife of John Crane, d. 1624, a panel in eared architrave,
entablature and cartouche of arms. On the W. wall of the S. aisle is an
early C18 monument to the Hanstrapp family, a draped cartouche with swags,
arms above and angels peeping out of the drapery on either side.
RCHM II.p.181. MON.1.

Listing NGR: SP8375337881

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