St Cross Church, Oxford

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Notes in italics from Oxfordshire by Jennifer Sherwood and Nikolaus Pevsner (1974)
Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

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The church was first built about 1160, and of that time is the plain chancel arch (picture in church website below) ... The next surviving part is the W tower, its doorway of three continuous chamfers and a high lancet over.  ... The N aisle was rebuilt in 1838 and it is plain that old Perp materials were used. ... The present S aisle is of 1843 (by J.M Derick).

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View of east end.

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