The entry in Kelly's Directory 1913 reads :-
"The church of St. Oswald is a building of stone in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave, vestry and an embattled western tower containing 2 bells :
a number of brasses are mounted and hung in the nave : there are several rich mural tablets on the walls to county families :
the nave was rebuilt some few years previous to 1826, and in 1862 the chancel was rebuilt, a vestry added, and a new pulpit placed in the nave, under the direction of Mr. R. J. Withers, architect, of London.
the church retains its old font, and a fine recumbent female effigy of stone, of the 14th century, now placed beneath a recessed arch in the north wall of the chancel:
in 1898 the tower of the church was restored, under the direction of Mr. J. E. Dixon-Spain A.R.I.B.A.:
there are 120 sittings"
DB 8 May 2022