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St. Anne, Oxenhall, Gloucestershire


The church of St. Anne is a building of stone, in the Gothic style, consisting of chancel, nave, south porch and an embattled western tower, with spire, containing 3 bells: in the chancel are two memorial windows, one of which was erected to John Fendall, d. 1862, and his wife, d. 1878: the font is of lead and of early date: the church, with the exception of the tower and spire, was rebuilt in 1868, under the direction of the late Mr. Middleton, architect, of Cheltenham: in 1912 the tower was restored at a cost of about £300: there are 150 sittings.

Church Records

The existing register dates from 1665; the earlier register is supposed to have perished in 1664, when the vicarage house was destroyed by fire.

St. Anne

Denomination:Church of England