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St. James, Ashmansworth, Hampshire


The church of St. James is an ancient fabric in the Norman style, dating from the 12th century, built on the site of a former Saxon church, of which the chancel is alleged to have formed part, and consists of chancel, nave, south porch and a wooden bellcote on the western gable, containing 3 bells: there are 60 sittings. The church was restored in 1900, at a cost of about £500, and during the restoration some fragments of Roman urns and pottery were discovered: some mural paintings of the 12th century were also brought to light.

Church Records

The register dates only from the year 1811, the earlier register having been destroyed by fire.

St. James

Denomination:Church of England
Built:12th c.