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(handwritten on back of image): Sutton Bingham, Somerset: Church of All Saints: North porch carving, date taken 5th October 1965 (BB66/2039)

One of the finest of its kind, Chichester Cross stands at the junction of roads that were laid down originally by the Romans in Noviomagnus, their name for Chichester. This Cross, built of Caen stone, was given to the city by Edward Storey, Bishop from 1478 to 1503. There is a bronze bust of Charles I in the oval niche below the clock.

(handwritten on back of image): Morwenstowe, Cornwall: Church of St. John the Baptist: from South door looking East, date taken 1956 (AA57/2291)

(handwritten on back of image): 69.380, Tuam (Galway): Cathedral: next to E. most window in S. wall of choir (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): 273, Tuam, County Galway: Premonstratensian Abbey: interior of windows of E. end of church (multiple images on file)

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