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Ponsonby Church


The parish church at Ponsonby is of medieval origin. The church tower and spire were added in 1840 and the church was restored 1874. Ponsonby Church is a Grade II listed building.

Ponsonby Churches and Cathedrals Ponsonby Parish, 1848
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Ponsonby Church at dusk

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Ponsonby Church.

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PONSONBY CHURCH - List Entry
- "Ponsonby Church (no dedication) - II Church. Probably medieval, with heavy restoration. 1840 and 1874. Stone rubble with ashlar dressings and slate roof. Single vessel nave and chancel west tower and ...

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Ponsonby Harmonium west cumbria

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List number: 1086628
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0420105605

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