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Ruins of Old Church of St Mary, Brignall (Brignall) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Ordnance Survey Archaeology Card NZ01SE1
2 Scarth, H M 1887 unknown 43, p.129
3 Page, W 1914 Victoria County History; North Riding of Yorkshire Volume 1 vol.1, pp.50-51
4 Ryder, P 1986 The old church of St Mary, Brignall
5 Coggins, Denis Jul-1994 Anglo-Saxon sculpture at Brignall old church
6 Raine, P 1950 Medieval Cross slab built into the wall of St Mary's Brignall
7 Clack, P. A. G., Gosling, P. F. 1975 Archaeology in the North Gazeteer
8 Department of Environment, English Heritage, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission 1950 List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, also known as "Greenbacks" LB Volume, Map & Item: 1397, 6, 69
9 Durham County Council Brignall, St. Mary's
10 Durham County Council Brignall, St. Mary's
11 Durham County Council Brignall, St. Mary's
12 Coggins, D, Fairless, K J 2003 The Old Church of St. Mary, Brignall, near Barnard Castle
13 Manchester, M, Archaeology Action! 2006 Archaeological Investigations At Brignall
14 Coggins, D, Fairless, K J 1995 Report on the archaeological monitoring and recording of clearance and remedial work at the Old Church of St Mary Brignall
15 Fairless, K 2013 The Church of st Mary's, Brignall and its precursors
16 Durham County Council 16-Dec-2016 13 photographs of Ruins of Old Church of St Mary, Brignall