Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

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Notable Feature Images for St Mary, Ashendon


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12C: Font, plain bowl.


Late 13C: Effigy - Unidentified late 13C Knight. The effigy lies under a 15C arch.

Closer view of effigy with the Knight holding his sword.


c1300: S Aisle two E arches of arcade.


c1300: Blocked arch to former N Transept.


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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.

These stones could have been part of the Falconer monument.


c1700: Pulpit.


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†1756: Monument - John Lucas & wife Mary. John Lucas died in 1756, his wife Mary died in 1758.

The inscription.


†1780: Monument - William Eagleton & wife Frances. William Eagleton died in 1780, his wife Frances died in 1781.

Closer view of inscription. The text at the base is identical to that on the earlier John Lucas monument.


†1798: Monument - William Croxford.


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†1834: Monument - William Smith.

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