Aston Somerville


Anglican: St Mary

This Grade I Listed limestone church has Norman origins, the chancel and tower are probably 13th century. There is work from later periods and it was restored by C Ford Whitcombe in 1908. At the rear of the nave there is the effigy of a knight, thought to be Sir John Somerville and dating from the 13th century.   (Diocese of Gloucester, Aston Somerville was transferred from Gloucestershire in 1931.)

 Aston Somerville Ext Aug 2010          Aston Somerville Int Aug 2010

                                                               St Mary’s Church, August 2010.

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References and some further sources:

Bridges, Tim.  Churches of Worcestershire, 2005.
Brooks, Alan and Pevsner, Nikolaus.  Buildings of England: Worcestershire, 2007.

n.b Full details of these books are on the Bibliography and Sources Page.

Websites:     Grade I Listed Building:  Listing Details Here.
                      Historic England List for England:  Please Click Here.
                      A Church Near You.
                      Family History Website.

Nearby churches are:  Broadway,  Childswickham,  Elmley Castle,  Evesham

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