List number: 1371006
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NT9446637402

Church of St Michael and All Angels, Ford


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St Michael & All Angels Church, Ford, Northumberland

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Church of St Michael and all Angels, Ford

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The Parish Church of St Michael & All Angels, Ford

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St Michael & All Angels Church, Ford

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St Michael's Church, Ford, Northumberland

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St Michaels and all Angels Church Graveyard

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Ford Castle and St Michael & All Angels Church, Ford

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CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS - Ford - List Entry
- "Parish church. C13, extensively restored 1853 by John Dobson. Squared stone; nave has Welsh slate roof, chancel clay tile roof. Nave with aisles, south porch, chancel and north vestry; west ...

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Northumberland

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St Michael and all Angels

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St Michael and all Angels

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Carpet of daffodils in the graveyard - St Michael and All Angels Church, Ford, Northumberland

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Celtic grave - St Michael and All Angels Church, Ford, Northumberland

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Carpet of daffodils in the graveyard - St Michael and All Angels Church, Ford, Northumberland

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St Michael and all Angels

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Ford church

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