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Broxholme, All Saints
Broxholme, All Saints
Broxholme, All Saints

All Saintsí dates from 1857 and is by the architect T C Hine*.

The church is of rock faced stone with Decorated style windows.

There is a north chapel with two gables, and at the SW corner is an octagonal bell turret.

The redundant church was sold for residential use in 1992.

July 2015

* Thomas Chambers Hine (1813-1899) was an architect with a practice in Nottingham. He also built St Peter's Church at Aisthorpe and restored St Michael's, Coningsby.

Broxholme, All Saints, Thomas Chambers Hine,
Broxholme, All Saints
Broxholme, All Saints
Broxholme, All Saints

The old church at Broxholme, apparently of stone with a tiled roof, was demolished in 1853.

Is that a Saxon tower? The windows appear to be either sixteenth- or seventeenth-century.

Water colour painting from 'The History of Lincoln and Guide to its Curiosities and Antiquities' by John Cole, 1818. It is possible that Cole himself was the artist.

Broxholme, old church, All Saints, John Cole