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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, SUDBROOK

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NPRN 96627

Map Reference ST58NW

Grid Reference ST5065287325

Unitary (Local) Authority Monmouthshire

Old County Monmouthshire

Community Portskewett

Type of Site CHURCH

Broad Class Religious, Ritual and Funerary

Period Medieval

Site Description 1. Ruined church of c.12th C., although foundation date is unknown. Large additions made in the 14th C. Still in use in 1560, 'decayed' by 1755.
G.M.Edwards, RCAHMW, 05/08/1999.
2. Ruined church, consisting of a 12th & 14th c. nave with a 15-16th c. S porch, and 14th c. chancel, having a belfry over the chancel arch (Williams 1971, 23-4).
Excavation in the nave indicated that the central area was flagged, with 'aisles' on the N & S being floored with ceramic tiles (Sell 2001, 116).
Associated with: Churchyard cross (Nprn307989).
Sources: Williams 1971 (Mon. Ant. 3), 20-28;
Sell 2001 (Stud. Celt. 35), 109-141.
NAR ST58NW3
J.Wiles, RCAHMW, 28.02.2003.

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