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St Lucia's church and churchyard, Dembleby



Reference Name MLI90865

Name:
St Lucia's church and churchyard, Dembleby

Summary:
St Lucia's church and churchyard, Dembleby

Location:
AUNSBY AND DEMBLEBY, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 65023
19th century rock-faced limestone parish church, built in 1867-8 and designed by Charles Kirk of Sleaford in the Norman Revival style. Inside the church is a 12th century font. For the full description and the legal address of this listed building please refer to the appropriate List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. {1}
A Norman chancel arch from the original church (PRN 60833) has been re-used in this church. {2}{3}{4}
This church contains a fine pillar piscina. {4}
The church and its incumbents are discussed by Trollope. {5}

Sources:
1 Index: Department of the Environment. 1990. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 6/28; 22.004
2 Index: Aunsby and Dembleby SMR cards. AUNSBY AND DEMBLEBY. TF 03 NW; AF
3 Index: Ordnance Survey. Aunsby and Dembleby O.S. cards. AUNSBY AND DEMBLEBY. TF 03 NW; 10
4 Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N. and Harris, J., with Antram, N.. 1989. Buildings of England (Second Edition). Lincolnshire. p 250
5 Bibliographic reference: Trollope, E.. 1872. Sleaford and the Wapentakes of Flaxwell and Aswardhurn in the County of Lincoln. pp 358-59

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