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Kempstone Saint Paul Ruin.
Kempstone Saint Paul Ruin.


Kempstone Saint Paul Ruin, On the grounds of my old ex boss David that whilst I worked as a youngster (9-15) at G.A. Wilson of Terrington St Clement. Kempstone has fallen into disrepair. Kempstone is close to nearby Flitcham, maybe the reason for its demise! Kempstone or Kemston Saint Paul Church ruin stands now in weeds and woodland, with its west tower, nave and chancel, this derelict church with its 14th century plain tower, a stoup on the inside, its south door and simple 15th century font with traceried bowl and pedestal. At the time of H. Munro Cautley, there were mention of box pews, a simple trefoil headed piscina, Stuart rails and a 17th century drop-handled bier, with the unusual feature of cross bearers at each end. Kempstone Saint Paul ruin as written by Messent, Square west tower, a clock 8 bells, nave with aisle, chancel and north porch. it contains work of all three periods of Gothic. The ancient font is of interest. There are several memorials to the Fitzroy family, it also has a Piscina in the chancel. What happened to all this?

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