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All Saints, Barling

 

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CHURCH DETAILS


Church Website: http://www.freewebs.com/barlingchurch/

Visit Date: 26/10/2002

Locking Status: Locked - no keyholder details

Build Date: Medieval


 

EXTERNAL IMAGES


All Saints, Barling Church - From the church's own guide (reproduced by kind permission of the author): Built of Kentish Ragstone with some flint in the nave, the South wall of the nave is the earliest part, probably dating from the 12th century. The Chancel is 14th century, and was subsequently lengthened, which may well have been in the early 15th century, when a north sacristry (vestry) was added. The present vestry was rebuilt in the mid 19th century.

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All Saints, Barling Church

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All Saints, Barling Church - From the church's own guide: The tower, with it's embattled parapet, was added in the early 15th century. The short, shingled spire is modern in comparison, though it was mentioned by Philip Morant in his 'History of Essex' (1768).

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All Saints, Barling Church - View from Northeast. You can just make out the sealed up North Door from this shot.

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INTERNAL IMAGES


All Saints, Barling Church - Reredos - Victorian Decorated Marble Glass - 5 sections show Christ's Life; 		His nativity		His trial before Caiaphas		His crucifixion		His resurrection		His Ascension The remaining section shows Elisha, the servant, watching Elijah, his master, ascending by chariot into heaven.

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MISCELLANEOUS IMAGES


All Saints, Barling Church - This stone octagonal font dates from the 15th century.

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POSTCARD/REPRODUCTION IMAGES


All Saints, Barling Church

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All Saints, Barling Church - Dated 1966. One of a series of photos purchased on ebay. Photographer unknown.

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