Bishopstone was an episcopal manor: hence its name meaning "dwelling place of the bishop". The church, dedicated to Saint Andrew, is thought to date from. St Andrew's is one of the latter churches, built in one go – but the mystery At the east end of the church to the right of the altar is a sedilia; I believe her shrine was probably at St Andrew's Church, Bishopstone although the. St Andrew, Bishopstone, Sussex. Download as The single-bay presbytery at the E end of the chancel has waterleaf capitals and probably dates from c
Bishopstone lies in an unspoiled Downland valley and consists of a few houses .. G M Yould: Restoration at St Andrew's Church, Bishopstone, East Sussex. Help and advice for The Parish Church of St Andrew, Bishopstone, Church of East Sussex Record Office; WSRO. Welcome to the Parish of Saint Andrew, Bishopstone Within the United Benefice of East Blatchington & Bishopstone, in partnership with other Christians and.
St Andrew, Bishopstone, Sussex. Download as The single-bay presbytery at the E end of the chancel has waterleaf capitals and probably dates from c Above is a view of the parish church of St Andrew's, Bishopstone, showing the on the coast of East Sussex centred upon the village of Bishopstone, near to the. Welcome to the Parish of Saint Andrew, Bishopstone Within the United Benefice of East Blatchington & Bishopstone, in partnership with other Christians and.
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The pedestal is stepped and incorporates a semi-circular repair. The shaft has a knop in the centre and again just below the head which has a central eight-petal rosette and arms which curl back over themselves in five rounded, fluted leaves. In S porch. Grave slab or cross shaft fragment, carved with Maltese cross. Yellow stone unidentified sandstone?
Grave slab fragment with stepped edge, carved with wheel-head cross. Polished surface, possibly Purbeck marble. Date uncertain. Interlace fragment noted by George Zarnecki in and described as follows: ' Now lost. In S porch last seenc. Waterleaf capital carved on three faces, with smooth broad leaves which curl back over themselves at the angle and sprout pendant tripartite leaves with fluted surfaces.
The sanctuary arch remodelled from impost upwards dates from the same campaign as the arcading of the chancel. Maintained by King's Digital Lab. Exterior Features Interior Features Furnishings Loose Sculpture The Anglo-Saxon origins of Bishopstone church are visible in the long and short quoining of the nave and S porticus, and two windows in the W wall of the nave. E1: Damaged. E2: Human head.
E3: Damaged. E4: Two human heads, one on each angle cf: N2. E5: Damaged. E6: Saltire cross. E7: Cushion. E8: Damaged. E9: Plain modern.
E Damaged. N1: Human head. N2: Two human heads, one on each angle cf: E 4. N3: Worn. Possibly carved with furled foliage. N6: Worn head? N7: Single billet. N8: Head with two circles in place of lower face. Flat billet modern. S1: Worn. S2: Horse's head? S5: Damaged. S6: Crouching figure sheilanagig?
S7: Worn. S8: Crouching figure sheilanagig? The writer and "clairvoyante" Nell St. John Montague is buried in Bishopstone, and her name is included on a memorial for the war dead she died in London during a bombing in World War II. Bishopstone is served by Bishopstone railway station , which replaced the original station, Bishopstone Beach Halt , in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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