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Appledram, West Sussex.
Earliest Register: 1594.
There are 669 baptisms in the OPC database.
There are no burials in the OPC database.
No burial IGI batches known.
There are 239 marriages in the OPC database.
IGI Batch: M070041 (1598 ~ 1641, 1664 ~ 1876 ).
There are 12 monumental inscriptions in the OPC database.
Roughwood Churches Album has images and notes about this church.
There are 4 images of this church in the OPC database.
Built: c, 1250.
Style: Early English.
Current use: Worship.
ST. MARY. Restored in 1877 and 1890. Excellent specimen of E.E., resembling Bosham in some details (c. 1250), has chancel and nave under same roof, and S. aisle. Traces of the original Nor. church may be seen on N. wall of nave. Chancel has triplet of lancets, with detached marble shafts and rich mouldings; two low-side windows of lancet shapel two piscinĂ¦; aumbry. Note position of squint combined with low-side window; steps to rood-loft; part of old oak screen; some old tiles; a flat slab of Sussex marble with floreated cross; old chair in chancel; old pew with crude poppy heads. Font, square, late Nor. There is a 14th c. bell.
South of the church is a farm house, having the remains of a massive square Perp. tower, originally intended, it is said, for a castle, but royal permission being withheld the materials were used to build the campanile of Chichester.
There are 2 documents concerning this church in the OPC database.
There are no books about this church in the Sussex OPC Bibliography.
There is 1 article about this church in the OPC Sussex Archeaological Collections Index.
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