The Church of St James in Little Milton, Oxfordshire, was built in 1844 and is characterized by a long nave and chancel and tall west tower.

Facts & Stats on the Church of St James

Go Historic ID
319034
Names
Church of St James
Little Milton Church
Location
Dates
1844
Tags
Gothic Revivallate 14th C style
Grade II listed building#1369190; since 1963

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National Grid Reference
SP 61783 00743

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Listed Building Description of the Church of St James

SP 6100 LITTLE MILTON CHURCH HILL (West side) 13/76 Church of St James 18/07/63 - II

Church. 1844, tower 1861. By John Hayward of Exeter. Coursed squared limestone rubble with ashlar dressings; concrete plain-tile roof. 4-bay aisleless nave with short chancel, west tower, south porch and vestry to north of chancel. Late C14 style. East and west windows are of 3 traceried lights, the rest of 2 except for a cinquefoil lancet in the chancel south wall. Bays are defined by buttresses and the windows have hood-moulds with carved heads, the east window with "I H S" on shields in panels beneath the lights... view full text »

Source: The National Heritage List for England
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Resources for the Church of St James

  1. The National Heritage List for England English Heritage.

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About This Listing

Last Updated
February 4, 2015
First Published
October 8, 2013
Submitted by
Holly Hayes
Title
Church of St James - Little Milton, England