List grade: 1
List number: 1249898
Grid ref: NZ4704735107
Post code: TS27 3AP

Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Hart


The Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Hart was built in the 11th or 12th century, on the site of earlier churches going back to 675 AD. During Norman times the church was part of the estates of the de Brus family.  In 1120 Robert de Brus gifted the Church and land to the newly founded Guisborough Priory. With the dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century the church became the property of the Crown. It later fell under the patronage of the of the Bishop of Durham in 1888.[1] The church is a Grade I listed building.

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St. Mary Magdalene, Hart Village

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Castle Eden Dene - a satellite view of the attractive locality near Hart , County Durham.

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CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE - Hart - List Entry
- "Church, having Anglo Saxon nave, C12 north arcade, chancel arch and tower; C13 south aisle, C15 north aisle and piers and responds of north arcade and chancel arch; south arcade ...

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Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Hart Village
- Official Website of the church. Includes a section on history: "St. Mary Magdalene Church has been a place of prayer and worship for hundreds of years, with its roots dating ...

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St. Mary Magdalene Church, Hart

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Hart Church tower

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Hart Church

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