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South Pickenham All Saint's Church
South Pickenham All Saint's Church.



South Pickenham All Saint's Church, West tower, 1 bell, north porch, nave and chancel. The round Norman tower has a later octagonal top. Modern roofs and fittings, 14th century font with traceried bowl and carved corona, the shafts going down to the base. A faint Saint Christopher on south wall. Carved corbels on either side of nave to take bresummer of old loft. Dropped window sill sedilia and 14th century angle piscina with traceried heads and Stuart table. Slight remains of north chapel. The base of the tower is Norman, but much later at the top. The rest of the walls are mainly Early English with Decorated and Perpendicular windows inserted. Sir Henry Hobart, Knight was interred (in 1638) in what is now the ruined north chapel. There are several memorials to the Chute family, especially one to Ann Rachel Chute 1790 by by sculptor J. Ivory and De Carle, who lived at the nearby Hall, dating from 1740-1827 and another to Elizabeth and William Wiggett 1768 by J. Ivory. There is a memorial window to E.T. Applewhaite, esq, who died in 1871. South Pickenham All Saint's Church,west tower, north porch, nave and chancel, the round tower is Norman and has a later octagonal top. Modern roofs and fittings, 14th century font with traceried bowl and coved corona, the shafts going down to base. A faint Saint Christopher on south wall. Carved corbels on either side of nave to take bressummer of old loft. Dropped window sill sedilia and 14th century angle piscina with traceried heads and also a Stuart table. churchesofnorfolk by the Old Boi


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South Pickenham All Saint's Church
South Pickenham All Saint's Church
South Pickenham All Saint's Church
South Pickenham All Saint's Church
South Pickenham All Saint's Church
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