A Brief History of St Peter and St Paul's Chirch in Stainton-in-Cleveland

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    PDF "In the early part of 2001 an archaeologist working on the building site of the Parish Room / Church extension found several items which have been dated to the 7th century. Perhaps the most important of these is a small gold and garnet pendant of significant local historic interest. It has become known as the ‘Stainton Jewel’. It is now the property of the Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough and is on display there. 10th century:- Several stone fragments of pre-conquest origin are now built into the walls inside the Parish Room...."
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    Stainton, Hilton and Brookfield Family of Churches
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    Link: http://www.staintonhiltonbrookfieldchurches.org.uk/content/pages/documents/1314549309.pdf
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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