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Wansford and its church.

Gilbert, John, L.

Wansford and its church.

by Gilbert, John, L.

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Published by G.H. Bradshaw) in (Wittering, Northants .
Written in English


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Pagination20 p., plates :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20853604M

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St Andrew’s, Thornhaugh and the adjacent and substantial former Rectory, are situated on the west bank of a small stream that flows into the River Nene. It forms part of the Parish of Thornhaugh-cum-Wansford, the other parish church being St Mary’s, Wansford.

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