Family: John Eatch / Latitia Marshall

m. 4 Aug 1807


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Church of St Michael and All Angels, Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England

The Church and Priest are mentioned in the Domesday Book, fragments of Anglo-Saxon sculpture have been found in the church. The present church of St Michael is located on Newark Road. There is much medieval stonework in the fabric of the church, some of which dates to the eleventh century. the chancel was rebuilt in 1835, and restorations were carried out in 1860. The tower was rebuilt in 1782. It is constructed of coursed rubble ans ashlar, and lead roofs. The valor Ecclesiastical records that the rector of Bassingham had interest in the chapel of St James the Apostle at Rodemill, Brant/Norton Disney

Owner/SourceLincolnshire Archives
Date9 Mar 2016
File nameSt Michael and All Angels Church, Bassingham, Lincolnshire, England (nigel Fountain).jpg
File Size372.05k
Dimensions1440 x 1080
Linked toFamily: Eatch/Marshall (F0659) (Married); David Eatch (Christening); Francis Eatch (Christening); Henry Eatch (Christening); Henry Eatch (Christening); John Eatch (Christening); Marshall Eatch (Christening); William Eatch (Christening); Latitia Marshall (Christening)

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