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All Saints, Little Casterton, Rutland


The church of All Saints is a small Norman and Early English building of stone, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and a western turret, containing 2 bells : in the chancel is a brass to Sir Thomas Burton, of Tolthorpe, and his wife, dated 1381, and in the south aisle an interesting Early English arched tomb: there are two stained memorial windows, one a large east window, erected in 1910 to Hubert Eaton esq. of Tolethorpe Hall, and the other, a west window, erected in 1923 to J. G. Eaton, his son: the church was repaired in 1844 and restored and reseated in 1908, and has 100 sittings.

Church Records

The parish register dates from the year 1559.

All Saints
Little Casterton

Denomination:Church of England