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Church of the Holy Trinity, Horsley


Holy Trinity Church in Horsley, is located off the A68 road, just over ½ mile south-east of the village of Rochester in Northumberland. The church was built in 1844 in a 'neo-Norman' style, by John and Benjamin Green. It was originally built as a chapel of ease to the St Cuthbert's Church, Elsdon in Elsdon. It was funded by John Thomas Freeman-Mitford, Earl of Redesdale, who also later commissioned the vicarage behind the church.[1] The parish church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Horsley (Otterburn) 1844 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rochester & Byrness Churches and Cathedrals Benjamin Green (1813-1858) John Green (1787 - 1852)
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Holy Trinity Church

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Holy Trinity Church, Horsley

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Holy Trinity Church, Horsley Village

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Church of the Holy Trinity - Horsley - List Entry
- "Parish church. 1844 by John and Benjamin Green. Dressed stone with ashlar dressings and chamfered plinth; Welsh slate roof. Romanesque style. West tower, nave and apse, south porch. Five bay ...

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North Tyne and Redesdale Churches - Church of England
- Bellingham St Cuthbert Byrness St Francis Corsenside All Saints Corsenside St Cuthbert Elsdon St Cuthbert Falstone St Peter Greystead churchyard Horsley Holy Trinity Kielder Otterburn St John Thorneyburn St Aidan

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List number: 1044875
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY8415697210

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