Priors Dean Church, Hampshire
12th-13th centuries 

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Notes in italics from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight by Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd (1967) Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

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Nave and chancel, rendered, and bell-turret.
In the churchyard a very large yew-tree. 

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Norman N doorway, in the abaci, saltire crosses. Billet on the hood-mould. Blocked window in Early English chancel.

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Manor house opposite the church. Information from Hampshire Treasures:
"Manor Farm, Priors Dean. Late C.17 and earlier. South front of 3 storeys, brick on flint plinth. Double hipped tiled roof with half dormers. East end of malmstone with brick dressings and large exterior chimney. Timber-framed interior with panelling and C.16 fireplace. Old brick garden wall."

Map - the name Priors Dean is not on OS maps for some reason; look for the words 'Manor Ho' and church symbol next to it. To find its relation to other places, zoom out.

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