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St Edith's Church, Little Carlton



Reference Name MLI43082

Name:
St Edith's Church, Little Carlton

Summary:
Church of St.Edith is now demolished but it was built in 1837.

Location:
LITTLE CARLTON, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 43082
Church of St.Edith is a Grade II Parish church, which is now closed. It was built in 1837 and was rendered with stucco dressings and has slate roofs. {1}

Medieval features of the church were recorded during its demolition. The earliest surviving part of the church was the nave where regular blocks of coursed chalk acted as cladding for a wall core of soil, mortar and small chalk rubble. A number of blocked doorways and window openings were identified. The church had been extensively restored and largely rebuilt in 1837. {2}{3}

Sources:
1 Index: Department of the Environment. 1986. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 1/12
2 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 1994. St Edith's Church, Little Carlton near Louth. -
3 Article in serial: Field, F.N. and George, I.. 1994. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. VOL 29 P 48

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2 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 1994. St Edith's Church, Little Carlton near Louth. -

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