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RC Church of Our Lady, Esh Winning

The Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs is a Roman Catholic church located in Esh Winning, County Durham. The Gothic Revival style church was built in 1883 by William de Normanville and William Fox, incorporating the chancel and presbytery of an earlier church of 1871 by T J Wilson, which had been damaged by a fire in 1881.[1] The church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Esh Winning 1883 Catholic Church Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brandon and Byshottles
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R C church, Esh Winning

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Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs and attached presbytery
- "....The mission in Willington was founded as early as 1651 and endowed by Sir George Smythe and his son; it was served by a secular priest at a farmstead at …

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List number: 1431021
List grade: 2


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