Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.

St Mary, Ashendon

C of E - Aylesbury Deanery
Local Authority to 2020:
Aylesbury Vale District Council
Local Authority UA:
Bucks UA (Haddenham & Waddesdon}
Building Location:
Ashendon (3 miles SW of Waddesdon)
Nearest Post Code:
HP18 0HE
O/S Map Reference/NGR:
SP 70507 14212
Latitude & Longitude:
51.82209, -0.97842  Map
Church Web Site:
CofE ACNY Web Site:

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Notable Features:
12C Parts of Norman Nave.
12C Font, plain bowl.
c1200 Nave extended to W.
13C S Aisle W arch of arcade.
Late 13CEffigy - Unidentified late 13C Knight. The effigy lies under a 15C arch.
c1300 S Aisle two E arches of arcade.
c1300 Blocked arch to former N Transept.
Perp W Tower.
Perp Clerestory windows.
†1609 Entrance to Falconer burial place. The remains are on the N side of the Nave. The squint is presumed to have been for viewing a lofty monument to William Falconer, who died in 1609.
c1700 Pulpit.
†1756Monument - John Lucas & wife Mary. John Lucas died in 1756, his wife Mary died in 1758.
†1780Monument - William Eagleton & wife Frances. William Eagleton died in 1780, his wife Frances died in 1781.
†1798Monument - William Croxford.
1807 Chancel restored.
†1834Monument - William Smith.
Images of some of the Notable Features in St Mary, Ashendon

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