Nottingham St Mary


This is only a small selection of the pictures for this entry. See other pages for further pictures, especially the sections on the Glass, the Interior War Memorials, the Monuments and the Fittings.

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The church from
the south-west
View from the
The interior of the
church looking east
Inside the nave
looking west
The clock face Inscription on the
front of the World
War I Memorial
Clay headstone in
the churchyard
The 1595 bell cast
by Henry Oldfield II
The south door

The east window

The World War I
Memorial to the
South Notts Hussars
One of the masons’
 on the stone

The organ

Floor tiles from
various eras
The Samon tomb Dedication plaque for
the South Africa
memorial windows

Prints and Drawings:

Thoroton’s drawing of
the church from 1677
The "classical" west
1726 to 1843
TC Hine’s drawing
of how the church
might have looked
in the time of
Henry VIII
TC Hine’s drawing
of the church in
the late 18th Century
Drawing of the
interior, from around
the 1820’s, showing
the box pews
The Bishop & Starr
of 1871
St Mary’s congregation
(caricature by
Cruikshank, 1796)
“Clerical Politeness”
(caricature by
Cruikshank, 1796)