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Church of St. Michael, Barningham (Barningham)

Church of St. Michael  © DCC 2002
Church of St. Michael © DCC 2002

Church of St. Michael,  © DCC 2002
Church of St. Michael, © DCC 2002

Church of St. Michael,  © DCC 2002
Church of St. Michael, © DCC 2002

Church of St. Michael,  © DCC 2005
Church of St. Michael, © DCC 2005

The church of St Michael in Barningham was first built in the medieval period (1066 to 1540. However, by the 17th century it was in poor condition and was pulled down and replaced in 1816. During the rebuilding a number of fragments of possible Anglo-Saxon (AD410 to 1066) stone crosses were found. The site of the earlier church is to the south of the modern church. This church is a Grade II listed building protected by law.

Reference number:D35220
Historical period: Early Medieval (410 to 1066)
Georgian (1714 to 1830)
Victorian (1837 to 1901)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1121721

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Source of Reference
Local History of Barningham


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