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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 closed but it was built in 1837.

Location:
LITTLE CARLTON, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 43082
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. {1}
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. {3}

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

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The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 1994. St Edith's Church, Little Carlton near Louth. -

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