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St. Nicholas, Boarhunt, Hampshire


The church of St. Nicholas, originally built before the Conquest, is a building of flint and rubble, now chiefly in the Early English style, and consisting of chancel and nave, and small belfry containing one bell; there is a peculiarly interesting Saxon window in the chancel, obscured on the inside by a fine 15th century tomb to the Henslowe family: the font is also of reputed Saxon date: there are 100 sittings.

Church Records

The register dates from the year 1682, and is currently preserved at the Hampshire Archives.

St. Nicholas

Denomination:Church of England