List number: 1025154
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 668
Post code: NE11 0EU
Grid ref: NZ2528357908

Church of St Andrew, Lamesley


The church in Lamesley has medieval origins and can be trased back at least as far as the 13th century. The current church was built in 1759 repacing the earlier medieval church which had fallen into ruin. It was extended and modified in the 19th century.The church is a Grade 2 Listed building. The church has a large graveyard including the tomb of Robert Moscrop from 1621, which itself is Grade 2 Listed.

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THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST.ANDREW LAMESLEY GATESHEAD SNAP SHOT VIDEO 29 11 2012

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley, Sign

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley, Doorway

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St Andrew's Church, Lamesley

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley, Graveyard

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St. Andrews Lamesley church gates

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Parish Church of St. Andrew

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St. Andrew, Lamesley

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Parish Church of St Andrew, Lamesley, Graveyard

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - LAMESLEY - List Entry
- "GV II Parish church. 1758 rebuilding on site of medieval church; 1821 addition of aisles and west tower. Coursed squared standstone with ashlar dressings; galletting to chancel south wall. Welsh ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(668): Lamesley, Chapel of St. Andrew
- "According to the early 19th century antiquarian Surtees, "Lamesley formed the second Prebend in the collegiate Church of Chester founded in 1286. The Chapel is named as already existing in ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(8355): Lamesley, Church of St. Andrew, tomb of Robert Moscrop
- Grave slab. Sandstone. Inscription commemorates Robert Moscrop, miller, his wife Katherine and their children, and his gift of 5 pounds to the parish providing 10 shillings a year for the ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(12200): Lamesley, Church of St. Andrew, two medieval grave slabs
- "1) slab of coarse orange/brown sandstone 1.49m x 0.49m x 0.42m, base missing. Now on the floor at the east end of the south aisle. Incised ...

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THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST ANDREW LAMESLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AUGUST 2007
- Archaeological assessment including history, photos and 19th century plan of the church.

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