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HER Number:MDV8689
Name:St Mary's parish Church, Church Plate


19th century church plate at St Mary's parish church in Kingskerswell


Grid Reference:SX 876 678
Map Sheet:SX86NE
Admin AreaDevon
Civil ParishKingskerswell
Ecclesiastical ParishKINGSKERSWELL

Protected Status: none recorded

Other References/Statuses

  • Old DCC SMR Ref: SX86NE/29/2

Monument Type(s) and Dates

  • FINDSPOT (XVIII to XXI - 1751 AD to 2009 AD (Between))

Full description

Brownlow, 1893, A Visitation of St Mary's Church, 444 (Article in Serial). SDV339082.

Chanter, J. F., 1927, Sixteenth Report on Church Plate, 97 (Article in Serial). SDV239594.

Church plate at St Mary's parish church in Kingskerswell. Chalice A: Height 174 millimeters bowl diameter 86 millimeters x depth 79 millimeters. Georgian style, bowl tulip shape, stem with small knop foot. Inscription: "Kingskerswell 1848". Marks: Messrs Barnard's and London hallmarks for 1847. Chalice B: Replica, marks and inscription the same. Patens: A: Height 55 millimeters x diameter 200 millimeters. Plain on stand. Marks and inscription as on chalices. Paten B: Diameter 152 millimeters. Plain, modern medieval style. Marks: J W & Co and London hallmarks for 1915. Inscription: "In loving memory of James Stooke at rest Oct 9 1913". Paten C: Diameter 152 millimeters. Plain. Electro-plate. Flagon: Height 225 millimeters x diameter at base 134 millimeters. Victorian, with finial and spout. Inscription: "Presented by Sarah wife of Aaron Neck first incumbent 1848". Marks as on chalice. The visitors in 1301 reported that the church had a good chalice, two sets of vestments two sets of corporals, with good burses of silk. Six altar cloths, two surplices and one rochet. A pyx of wood for the Eucharist, without a lock. A pewter vessel for visiting the sick. A processional cross, old and unfit for use, five cruets, a defective psalter, an antiphonale in poor condition. No ordinale or legenda. A font without a lock. A fairly good thurible and a lantern. A good banner and missal. A gradale with a troparium. Two bells for the dead and one sanctus bell.

Sources / Further Reading

SDV239594Article in Serial: Chanter, J. F.. 1927. Sixteenth Report on Church Plate. Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 59. A5 Hardback. 97.
SDV339082Article in Serial: Brownlow. 1893. A Visitation of St Mary's Church. Transactions of the Devonshire Association. 25. A5 Hardback. 444.

Associated Monuments

MDV8687Part of: Kingskerswell, St Mary's Parish Church (Building)

Associated Finds

  • FDV4899 - CHURCH PLATE (XVIII to Unknown - 1751 AD)

Associated Events: none recorded

Date Last Edited:Aug 29 2007 9:15AM