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Church of St Michael, Mosser


St Michael's Parish Church is in an isloated location on a hillside near the hamlet of Mosser Mains, in the parish of Blindbothel. The church was built in 1773, incorporating the fabric of a much earlier church.[1] It was originally built of a chapel of ease to Brigham, until Mosser became an ecclesiastical parish. The Church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 

Mosser Churches and Cathedrals 1773 Church of St Philip, nr. Eaglesfield Historic Buildings and Monuments in Blindbothel Civil Parish
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St Michael's Church, Mosser, porch and belfry

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St Michael's Church, Mosser, view of the south side

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Mosser Fell Chapel c.1900

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CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL - Mosser - List Entry
- "Parish Church. 1773 on medieval site with 1925 restoration. Incised render over slate rubble walls, under graduated greenslate roof with coped gables....Interior has dado of C18 panelling. King-post roof ...

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Mosser Church

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Church of St Philip, nr. Eaglesfield
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Church of St Philip, nr. Eaglesfield
- Overview Map Street View St Philip's Church is located off Hotchberry Brow, about ½ mile east of the village of Eaglesfield and about 2 miles south-west of Cockermouth in Cumbria. ...

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List number: 1145211
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY1143324813

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