List number: 1121448
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ2356034712

Whitworth Parish Church


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Church at Whitworth Park

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Whitworth Parish Church

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Whitworth Parish Church, Porch

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Tomb at Whitworth Parish Church

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Whitworth Parish Church

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Whitworth Parish Church, Tomb

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Whitworth Parish Church, Tomb

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Parish Church, Whitworth

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Whitworth Parish Church, Graveyard

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Whitworth Parish Church, Sign

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Tomb at Whitworth Parish Church

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Whitworth Parish Church

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Whitworth Parish Church, Grave

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WHITWORTH PARISH CHURCH - List Entry
- "Parish church; dedication unknown. 1808 rebuilding of nave of church of unknown date; 1850 improvement and addition of chancel and vestry; vestry extended 1930. Roughly-coursed squared sandstone; east elevation rubble ...

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WILKINSON TOMB CIRCA 2 METRES SOUTH OF WHITWORTH PARISH CHURCH - List Entry
- "Headstone, c.1727, to 3 sons of John Wilkinson of Old Park (q.v. Old Park Farmhouse). Sandstone ashlar slab, c.0.6 metre high, with fruit and leaves on ...

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