List number: 1310445
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY9548324047

Parish Church, Laithkirk


The barn was converted to a church in 1577 and became a  Parish Church in 1844. It was formerly a Tithe Barn for Lord Fitzhugh, where the people of Mickleton had to pay their tithes (a tax in Medieval times, with one tenth of a farm's produce being given to the Church).

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Laithkirk parish church

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Laithkirk Parish Church

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Laithkirk Parish Church, Lunedale

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LAITHKIRK CHURCH - List Entry
- "Parish church. Said to have been a C15 tithe barn of Lord Fitzhugh; converted repaired and re-roofed in 1826; further restorations c.1900. Rubble with sandstone dressings. Graduated slate roof ...

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Upper Teesdale Churches Together
- Cross-denominational organisation with details of churches in Upper Teesdale.

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