St. John the Evangelist, Scofton-with-Osberton :: Shared Description

Grade II listed Romanesque Revival Scofton and Osberton Parish church, built in 1833 as a private chapel by architect Ambrose Poynter for George Savile Foljambe of Osberton Hall, as a memorial to his late wife Harriet Emily Mary Foljambe, nee Milner, who died giving birth to their only child, a son. The three light east window is by Thomas Willement in 1834. It became the parish church in 1876, restored 1970/1.
by Richard Croft

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SK6280 : Scofton Owl by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : Scofton Cat by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : East Window by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : St. John, Scofton by Richard Croft
SK6280 : West Door by Richard Croft


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Created: Wed, 19 May 2021, Updated: Thu, 20 May 2021

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