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St Nicholas, North Stoneham

St Nicholas is "An intriguing and problematical building...". The church was rebuilt at some time between 1590 and 1610 with older features, possibly from other buildings, incorporated; it was restored in 1826 and again later in the 19th Century. (The Buildings of England: Hampshire & the Isle of Wight, 1985)

Photographs, taken by members of the Medieval Graffiti Survey, are shown below.

Each image is linked to a larger version; to see the larger version it may be necessary to allow 'pop-ups'.

crosses   Daisy Wheel   Initials & Date   inscription & date
Crosses   A daisy wheel   Initials with a date   Inscriptions with a date
initials & dates   Inverted stone   1944 inscription   modern mason's mark
Initials with date   An inverted stone re-used in the porch   A 2nd World War inscription   A modern mason's mark