All Saints’ Church, Madeley – Wikipedia



Church in Staffordshire, United Kingdom

All Saints’ Church is an Anglican church in Madeley, Staffordshire, England, and within the Diocese of Lichfield. The construction dates most commonly from the 14th and fifteenth centuries, and the chancel was once rebuilt within the nineteenth century. It’s Grade I indexed.[1]


A church at the web page is first recorded within the overdue tenth century. The earliest surviving a part of the church, the arcade at the north aspect of the nave, dates from the overdue 12h century. The huge, pointed chancel arch is early thirteenth century, and the north aisle is of the 14th century. There are north and south transepts (odd in a small parish church) relationship from the fifteenth century; additionally of the fifteenth century are the north chancel chapel (now a sacristy), the clerestory, and the tower.[2]


There’s within the north transept an alabaster tomb chest for Randolph Egerton (died 1512) and his spouse; within the south transept, a memorial to John Crewe Offley (died 1688); within the ground, a brass to John Egerton (died 1518) and his spouse; and at the east wall, capsules to Sir Holland Egerton of the Egerton circle of relatives (died 1730) and his spouse.[1]


In recovery of 1872 in large part funded through Lord Crewe, the chancel, initially of the thirteenth century, was once rebuilt through Charles Lynam. It has a panelled, painted ceiling, and the east window is through Clayton and Bell. The window within the west finish of the south aisle is through Morris & Co. and has figures through William Morris, Ford Madox Brown and Edward Burne-Jones.[1][2]

All through 2007 to 2009, a brand new reredos was once put in, changing the 1872 reredos that was once later misplaced; new lighting fixtures was once put in; and hidden tile paintings of 1872 within the chancel was once published.[2]

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