Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter


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St Andrew's Church, Greymare Hill

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St Andrew and Hopper mausoleum near Kiln Pit Hill

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St Andrew's Church & Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill

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St Andrew's Church, Greymare Hill

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St Andrew's Church & Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill

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St Andrew's Church & Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill

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Night at the Mausoleum

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Mausoleum at St. Andrew's Church, Hopper Hill

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St. Andrews Church, Greymare Hill

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Shotley - List Entry
- "Parish Church, now redundant. Rebuilt 1769 (date on crossing arch) on medieval hilltop site; restored and altered 1892 (dated slab on east wall). Coursed rubble with cut quoins and dressings ...

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St Andrew's Church, Shotley, Northumberland
- "Perched on Grey Mare Hill (293 metres high), St Andrew's was built in 1769 on the site of a much older church. Inside, it is a simple and appealing ...

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Gravestone in St Andrew's churchyard

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Shotley Low Quarter Parish
- Shotley Low Quarter is a civil parish in the south of Northumberland, on th border with County Durham. The parish is immediately to the east of the town of Shotley ...

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