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Addlethorpe, St Nicholas, window
Addlethorpe, St Nicholas, window
Addlethorpe, St Nicholas, window

Window in the south aisle of the nave, showing typical Perpendicular tracery.

August 2013

Addlethorpe, St Nicholas church, window
Ashby cum Fenby, St Peter, windows
Ashby cum Fenby, St Peter, windows
Ashby cum Fenby, St Peter, windows

Adjacent windows on the south side of the nave at St Peter's have Decorated tracery, i.e. early 14th century.

There indications that there was a south arcade in an earlier period.

August 2014

Ashby cum Fenby, St Peter, windows
Belton (Axholme), All Saints, window
Belton (Axholme), All Saints, window
Belton (Axholme), All Saints, window

This window, one of two identical ones in the south aisle, is in typical perpendicular style.

August 2015

Belton Axholme, All Saints church, window
Broughton, St Mary
Broughton, St Mary
Broughton, St Mary

The small window in the south elevation of the Anglo-Saxon tower.

The lower stage of the tower with its herringbone masonry dates from the 11th century.

As at Barton on Humber, it is thought that this formed the nave of the early church.

February 2015

Broughton, St Mary church, window
Broughton, St Mary
Broughton, St Mary
Broughton, St Mary

Window in the south aisle, in Perpendicular style.

February 2015

Broughton, St Mary church
Coates by Stow, St Edith
Coates by Stow, St Edith
Coates by Stow, St Edith

Window in the north wall of the nave at St Edith's.

June 2013

Coates By Stow, St Edith church
Coates by Stow, St Edith
Coates by Stow, St Edith
Coates by Stow, St Edith

A tiny pair of windows provide illumination to the rood loft.

June 2013

Coates By Stow, St Edith church, window
Coningsby, St Michael
Coningsby, St Michael
Coningsby, St Michael

The windows in the south aisle are from the Perpendicular period.

August 2013

Coningsby, St Michael church
Croft, All Saints, window
Croft, All Saints, window
Croft, All Saints, window

The east window od All Saints, in Perpendicular style.

May 2016

Croft, All Saints church, window
East Barkwith, St Mary
East Barkwith, St Mary
East Barkwith, St Mary

This window in the south aisle is the work of Robert Jewell Withers (1824-94).

July 2012

East Barkwith, St Mary church, window, Robert Jewell Withers
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter
East Halton, St Peter

The windows in the south aisle - as seen here on the left - of St Peter's are from the Decorated period.

By contrast the chancel is Early English and has this unusual window with plate tracery (right).

July 2014

East Halton, St Peter church, windows, plate tracery
Gautby, All Saints, window
Gautby, All Saints, window
Gautby, All Saints, window

The chancel at all Saints' church has a Venetian window.

August 2014

Gautby, All Saints church, Venetian window
Goulceby, All Saints
Goulceby, All Saints
Goulceby, All Saints

Windows on the south side of the nave were taken from the old church across the road when All Saints was built in 1908.

These 14th century windows are fine examples of Perpendicular plate tracery.

July 2012

Goulceby, All Saints church, plate tracery, windows
Heckington, St Andrew, east window
Heckington, St Andrew, east window
Heckington, St Andrew, east window

The very fine seven-light east window with flowing tracery of the Decorated period.

June 2015

Heckington, St Andrew church
Hough on the Hill, All Saints
Hough on the Hill, All Saints
Hough on the Hill, All Saints

Window opening in Anglo Saxon stair turret.

Aug 2012

Hough on the Hill, All Saints
Hougham, All Saints, window
Hougham, All Saints, window
Hougham, All Saints, window

Window in Perpendicular style (1350-1530).

March 2016

Hougham, All Saints, window
Irby in the Marsh, All Saints, window
Irby in the Marsh, All Saints, window
Irby in the Marsh, All Saints, window

The windows of Georgian style in the south wall of the nave date from the 1770 restoration.

July 2016

Irby In The Marsh, All Saints church, window
Kirmond le Mire, St Martin, window
Kirmond le Mire, St Martin, window
Kirmond le Mire, St Martin, window

Window in Early English style by W A Nicholson.

June 2014

Kirmond Le Mire, St Martin, window
Langworth, St Hugh, window
Langworth, St Hugh, window
Langworth, St Hugh, window

Detail of the stone surround of the west window.

July 2015

Langworth, St Hugh church, window
Linwood, St Cornelius, window
Linwood, St Cornelius, window
Linwood, St Cornelius, window

A Perpendicular window in the north aisle.

September 2016

Linwood, St Cornelius, Windows
Nocton, All Saints, windows
Nocton, All Saints, windows
Nocton, All Saints, windows

A pair of windows in the south chapel with plate tracery in Early English style.

March 2016

Nocton, windows All Saints
North Killingholme, St Denis, window
North Killingholme, St Denis, window
North Killingholme, St Denis, window
North Killingholme, St Denis church, window
Rand, St Oswald, window
Rand, St Oswald, window
Rand, St Oswald, window

This blocked window in Perpendicular style is at the west end of the south wall of the chancel.

Presumably it was retained in position by Withers at the time of the 1862 restoration.

July 2015

Rand, St Oswald, window
Rigsby, St James, rose window
Rigsby, St James, rose window
Rigsby, St James, rose window

The rose window in the west wall of the church.

September 2015

Rigsby, St James church, rose window
Saxby, St Helen
Saxby, St Helen
Saxby, St Helen

Classical details, including this round window overlooking the portico at the south-west corner of the building.

January 2014

Saxby, St Helen
Silk Willoughby, St Denis, east window
Silk Willoughby, St Denis, east window
Silk Willoughby, St Denis, east window

The east window in Perpendicular style dates from 1878 when C H Fowler rebuilt the chancel.

April 2016

Silk Willoughby, St Denis church, east window, C H Fowler
South Thoresby, St Andrew, window
South Thoresby, St Andrew, window
South Thoresby, St Andrew, window

A round-headed window in the south wall of the nave.

September 2015

South Thoresby, St Andrew church, window
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas
Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas

The large window on the west front, built by G G Scott in 1865-74, is in Perpendicular style.

The window to the south aisle (to the right) is Decorated with reticulated tracery; the window in the north aisle is Perpendicular.

August 2016

Spalding, St Mary & St Nicholas
Thorpe St Peter, church window
Thorpe St Peter, church window
Thorpe St Peter, church window

This window in Perpendicular style dates from the 1866-67 restoration by Fowler.

July 2016

Thorpe St Peter, church, window
Toynton All Saints
Toynton All Saints
Toynton All Saints

Small window from the nineteenth-century restoration.

July 2014

Toynton All Saints, church
Utterby, St Andrew, window
Utterby, St Andrew, window
Utterby, St Andrew, window

The chancel has 15th century windows, including the three-light Perpendicular east window.

April 2015

Utterby, St Andrew church, window
West Keal, St Helen
West Keal, St Helen
West Keal, St Helen

Window in the south aisle at St Helen's church.

July 2014

West Keal, St Helen church, window
West Rasen, All Saints
West Rasen, All Saints
West Rasen, All Saints

The clerestory windows on the south side of the nave are flanked by a frieze of shields said to have come from a tomb-chest.

July 2013

West Rasen, All Saints church
Westborough, All Saints
Westborough, All Saints
Westborough, All Saints

Window in the south wall of the chancel.

August 2011

Westborough, All Saints church, window
Wigtoft, St Peter & St Paul, west window
Wigtoft, St Peter & St Paul, west window
Wigtoft, St Peter & St Paul, west window

This late Norman window is in the west wall of the tower. Pevsner was unsure whether it was in situ.

Mark Acton, 2014

Wigtoft, St Peter & St Paul church, west window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window
Willoughby, St Helen, window

Chancel window with tracery of the Early Perpendicular style, possibly late-14th century.

August 2013

Willoughby, St Helen church, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window

Window in Perpendicular style at the west end of the south aisle.

August 2013

Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window

Window in Perpendicular style in the south wall of the chancel.

August 2013

Winthorpe, St Mary church, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window
Winthorpe, St Mary, window

Window in Perpendicular style in the south wall of the south aisle.

August 2013

Winthorpe, St Mary church, window
Yarburgh, St John Baptist, window
Yarburgh, St John Baptist, window
Yarburgh, St John Baptist, window

The 3-light east window, in Perpendicular style.

According to Pevsner the church was rebuilt after a fire of 1405.

June 2015

Yarburgh, St John Baptist church, window