List number: 1276368
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N4996
Grid ref: NU1756125652

Church of St Maurice, Ellingham


St Maurice's Church is the parish church of Ellingham in Northumberland. The present church is located to the south-east of the village, on the site of a much earlier church, which was reported to be in ruins in 1601; this had been repaired in 1805, but was derelict again by 1859.[1] The old church was demolished and the new building, in a Geometric style, was built in 1862. The church is a Grade II Listed Building.

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St Maurice's Church, Ellingham

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Church of St Maurice, Ellingham

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Lytch Gate at the Church of St. Maurice Ellingham

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St Maurice's Church, Ellingham

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St Maurice's Church, Ellingham Village

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The Lych Gate, St Maurice's Church, Ellingham

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St Maurice's Church, Ellingham

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CHURCH OF ST MAURICE - Ellingham - List Entry
- "Parish church. 1862 by Rev. J.F. Turner. Snecked stone with graduated Lakeland slate roof. Nave with south porch, transepts, crossing tower, chancel and north vestry. Geometric style. 2-bay nave ...

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Church of St Maurice, Ellingham (Ellingham)
- "Built in 1862 in Geometric style on the site of a previous church. The earlier church was reported in ruins in 1601 and, although it was rebuilt in 1805...."

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