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Notes in italics from Surrey by Ian Nairn and Nikolaus Pevsner,
Revised by Bridget Cherry (1971)
Yale University Press, New Haven and London
Effectively a C13 framework
... The E window for which Ockham is famous is also C13 - seven lancets
... Was it here originally? ... it is inserted above three single lancets
which were probably C13 (a triple Norman window starting so low in the
wall is very unlikely) ... perhaps the seven-light window came from the
nearby Newark Priory at the Dissolution. ...
Also authentically medieval
two good curvilinear windows in the nave S wall (three lights under two
dagger shapes under a quatrefoil). Tower Perp, and probably
post-Reformation, judging by the plainness.
On the N side is the King
Chapel, built c.1735. The outside is plain brickwork (headers only), with
pointed arches with inserted C19 Gothic hoods to them ...
in various states of repair.
Hautboy Hotel of 1864. Built in the late Gothic style.