List number: 1231701
List grade: 2*
Keys to the Past HER: D37394
Post code: DL13 2YZ
Grid ref: NY9970039229

Church of St Thomas, Stanhope


St Thomas' is the parish church in Stanhope, County Durham. The church was built in the 12th century, with the chancel and upper part of the tower date added in the early 13th century.[1] The church was restored in 1867. It is a Grade II* listed building.

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St Thomas's Church, Stanhope

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Stanhope church

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The Church of St. Thomas, Stanhope

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he Church of St. Thomas, Stanhope - tower

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CHURCH OF ST THOMAS - Stanhope - List Entry
- "Parish church. Mostly C12 and C13; restored 1663 and 1867. Sandstone rubble earlier parts, snecked sandstone C19 parts, with quoins and ashlar dressings; lead-covered roof with stone gable copings and ...

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St Thomas, Stanhope
- Detailed account of the architecture, fixtures and history of the church.

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St. Thomas' Church, Church Lane, Stanhope (Stanhope)
- "The earliest parts of the parish church of St Thomas were built in the 12th century. The chancel, side aisles and upper part of the tower date to the early ...

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Stanhope Hearse House
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