The Derbyshire Church Notes of Sir Stephen Glynne, 1825-1873
Derbyshire Record Society, Jan 1, 2004 - Church architecture - 133 pages
Notes on the architectural details of parish churches in Derbyshire in the mid-nineteenth century, with some references to family monuments.
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alabaster altar tomb arcade arch is pointed belfry windows canopies chancel arch church circular columns clerestory clustered shafts corbels corner buttresses crocketed crocketed pinnacles debased Decorated character Decorated windows Derbyshire Early English east end east window effigy embattled parapet figures finial five lights foliation font hood imposts inscription lancet window lofty lychnoscope Middle Pointed moulded capitals mutilated nave nave and chancel nave with aisles nave with north niche Norman north aisle north side octagonal octagonal bowl octagonal pillars octagonal shafts ogee ornament panneled parapet Perpendicular piers piscina pointed on octagonal priest's door pues quatrefoil roof sedilia semi-circular arches single lancet south aisle south chapel south porch south side south transept spandrels spire lights square-headed windows stained glass string course Third Pointed three lights three pointed arches tower arch tracery transept transom trefoil trefoil-headed vestry west end west gallery west side west tower western tower window of three