Great Hale,  Lincolnshire  - St John Baptist Church
11th Century and later

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Notes in italics from Lincolnshire by Nikolaus Pevsner with John Harris (1964) Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

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S aisle windows with intersecting tracery Anglo-Saxon W tower, the bell-openings of the familiar type with mid-wall shaft.
Perp top of the tower with eight pinnacles.
The S window has some defaced decoration round the arch.
Fine S porch entrance

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Dec. S aisle E window of four lights (cusped intersecting, but with ogees), odd Dec. N aisle E window.

The doorway in the E wall below the intersecting E window confirms that this is not the original E end.


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