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St. Peter, Hasfield, Gloucestershire


The church of St. Peter is an edifice of stone in the Norman and later styles, consisting of chancel, nave of four bays, north aisle, south porch and an embattled western tower, with pinnacles, containing 6 bells: the north aisle, erected about 1850, was chiefly completed by the Rev. James Sevier, rector from 1833, and the widow and relatives of Thomas Fulljames esq. formerly of Hasfield Court; the east window of the north aisle is a memorial to Thomas Fulljames and family: in the chancel is a stained window presented by the Rev. J. Sevier, and two memorial windows to the wife and only daughter of the late Rev. Henry Adams Sergison Atwood M.A. vicar of Ashleworth 1839-80; there is another memorial window to William Miller esq. of Cheltenham: the monuments include one of great antiquity to the Pauncefoot family: the font is a plain work of Norman date, and there are some well-carved bench ends: in 1895 the church was thoroughly restored and a new heating apparatus was fixed, at a cost of about £120: there are 200 sittings.

Church Records

The register dates from the year 1559.

St. Peter

Denomination:Church of England