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TILLINGTON, SUSSEX
 

Tillington
Parish church
1805
Prior to the rebuilding of the tower
in 1807
 
copy of old drawing
Sussex Archaeological Society
 
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Tillington
Parish church
c.1909-12
 
 
postcard
posted Sept 1910
donated- Miles family collection
 
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Tillington
Parish church
29 May 1952
 
photograph by Leslie A. Whitcomb
Whitcomb collection
 
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Tillington
Parish church
September 1965
 
photograph by Leslie A. Whitcomb
Whitcomb collection
 
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Tillington
Upperton Road and All Hallows
c.1906 -10
path at left runs to Horse Guards Inn
 
postcard undated
in house
 
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Tillington
Upperton Road and All Hallows
 
 
postcard undated
donated- no name or info included
 
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Tillington
All Hallows
c.1905
showing churchyard before resiting of headstones
 
one of 2 copies
1- postcard undated ref- 422
donated- Miles family collection
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2- postcard ref- w135
donated by Peter Whitcomb
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Tillington
All Hallows
interior
 
 
postcard dated 1912
donated- Miles family collection
 
 
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Tillington
All Hallows
interior
c.1915
 
postcard undated
donated- Miles family collection
 
 
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All Hallows

The church dates from c.1180 with the first recorded rector in 1282.
All Hallows church has the most southerly Scots Crown spire. Lord Egremont had the tower built in 1807.
Certainly Turner and Constable both painted the church later. Lord Egremont was a prolific builder but the church guide notes many of his buildings were out of proportion.
In the case of Tillington the tower is thought to be one storey too high as Egremont wanted something eye-catching for the south approach to his estate.
 
All Hallows
 


 

 
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