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Church of St. Andrew, Hartburn


St Andrew's is the Parish Church in Hartburn in Northumberland. The church has a Pre-Conquest core, including an 11th century tower and chancel. Aisles were added and the chancel was extended in the early 13th century. The church was restored in 1843 and again in 1890.[1] Inside the church, the stone font dates from around 1250. Two swords above a Maltese Cross on the doorpost indicate links with the Knights Templar. There is also a Cromwellian money box andPeninsular War flags on display.[2] St. Andrew's Church is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England. The noted antiquarian John Hodgson (1779–1845), who wrote The History of Northumberland (6 volumes), was vicar here from 1833; he died in 1845 and was burried at Hartburn.
Hartburn Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hartburn Civil Parish Hartburn Civil Parish John Hodgson (1779 - 1845) Grade I Listed
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St Andrew's Church, Hartburn

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The Church of St Andrew, Hartburn

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Graveyard, St Andrew's Church, Hartburn

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Church of St Andrew, Hartburn

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Church organ

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Cromwells Chest

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Memorial plaque to those who never returned 1939 - 1945

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Fish carving in Hartburn Church

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Hartburn - List Entry
- "Parish Church. Pre-Conquest core with tower and chancel rebuilt c.1200, aisles added and chancel extended in early C13, minor later medieval alterations, restoration 1843 and 1890. Squared stone with ...

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St Andrew Hartburn
- Details of services et. "....Grade I listed church with 11th century Anglo-Saxon tower. Two daggers / swords above a Maltese Cross on the doorpost indicate links with the Knights Templar. A ...

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List grade: 1
List number: 1371047
Post code: NE61 4JB
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ0902886013

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