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Church of St Peter, Harton

St Peter's is the parish church of Harton, in Sunderland. The church was built 1866-1867, designed in an Early English style by C Hodgson Fowler.[1] Harton became a parish in 1864; prior to that people worshiped at the Oratory, which was located to the east of the current church, built for the people of Harton in 1836 by the Rev W Coward, the curate of Westoe Chapel.[2] The church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Harton Grade II Listed Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in South Tyneside 1867
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St. Peter's church, Harton.

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Sr Peter's Church. Harton. South Shields

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St Peter’s Church, Harton
- Official Website of the church. "....The first vicar was the Rev A Phillpotts. When the parish of Harton was created by the Dean and Chapter in 1864 and the first …

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CHURCH OF ST PETER - Harton - List Entry
- " 1866-67. C Hodgson Fowler architect. Pleasant, modest church in Early English style. Coursed rubble and ashlar to windows, doors etc. Slate roofs. Church consists of chancel, nave and a …

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List number: 1232324
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ3757264987
Borough: South Tyneside


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