April 22nd, 2019

Saltford - Upton Lovell - Salisbury - Salisbury Cathedral
(see also December 13th, 2016)

1. B&A Church, St Andrews Park, Bristol
1. WW1 Memorial Window in Memory of Captain Francis Welford Ward, killed in action near Poelcapeile, 1917
2. 'Sword and Scroll', 'Roman Soldier' and 'Crown and Scroll'
WW1 Memorial Window in Memory of Major Arthur Harold Hobbs, killed in action at
Loos, France in 1915. Window by Humphries Jackson & Ambler Ltd of Manchester

St Mary's Church, Saltford
Royal Coat of Arms in Tapestry Stitch
St Mary's Church, Saltford
C13th font, with circular top on chamfered octagonal base with 8 well carved early Gothic style heads
St Mary's Church, Saltford
Saltford Manor House.
Construction was by William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester, Saltford Manor is the oldest continuously occupied private house in England
Effigy of John, 5th Lord Lovell of Tidmarch d.1408
St Peter's Church, Upton Lovell
George I Royal Coat of Arms
St Peter's Church, Upton Lovell
C15th brass to a priest
St Peter's Church, Upton Lovell
The junction of High Street and
Crane St, Salisbury
North Gate
Two-storey building over and around North Entrance to the Cathedral Close, Salisbury
The North Gate was built between 1327-42
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West Entrance to Salisbury Cathedral
Statues of saints, Martyrs, Apostles and Worthies adorn the stair turrets and
West Front of Salisbury Cathedral

1. 'Adoration of the Magi' and 'Annunciation to Zacharias' Historiated Glass remains of a Tree of Jesse c.1225
2. 'Manoah' and 'Hannah' in Memory of John Charles and Sophia Patterson Angell, 1879 by James Powell & Sons, 1911
3. 'Angels behold the face of my father' and 'Christ Blessing Children' in Memory of John Henry Jacob and his wife Henrietta Sophia. Window by Henry Holiday, 1890

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Tapestry Stitch Kneelers, Salisbury Cathedral
Prie-dieu
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Medieval Chairs in the Morning Chapel
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Cathedra
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Unidentified tomb
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Tomb of Sir John de Montacute, d.1389. Steward to King Richard II. Fought at the Battle of Crecy in 1346 and at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356
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Tomb of Walter, 1st Lord Hungerford d.1449 and Catherine Peverell. The tomb was reconstructed in 1779
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Tomb of Walter de la Wyle. Bishop of Salisbury Cathedral, 1263-1271
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Tomb of William Logespee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury and illegitimate son of King Henry II
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Tomb of Robert Lord Hungerford, d.1459
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Tomb of John Lord Cheney, d.1499
He fought at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485 against Richard III. He also fought at the Battle of Stoke in 1487
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Tomb of
John Lord Cheney (detail)

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Tomb of John Henry Jacob, d.1862.
Designed by G E Street

Chapel of St Margaret,
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Tomb of Reverend John Fisher, d.1825
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Cadaver Tomb of Dr Thomas Bennett, Precentor of Salisbury d.1555
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Tomb of Bishop George Moberly, d.1885
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Altar and Reredos, St Michael's Chapel, South Transept
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St Martin of Tours Altar and Reredos, Morning Chapel, North East Transept
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WW1 Memorial Screen, Chapel of St Michael, South Transept
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Tomb of Richard Beauchamp, Bishop of Salisbury Cathedral 1450-1481
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Altar Frontal
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Altar Frontal.
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Sidilia
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Tomb of Bishop Walter Kerr Hamilton, d.1869. Chest Tomb and effigy designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott
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High Altar
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Pipe Organ built in 1877 by 'Father' Henry Willis
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Tomb of Bishop Giles de Bridport d.1262. The aedicule is of stone and Purbeck marble
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1. 'Mary Magdalene tells John and Peter of the empty tomb', 'Peter and John at the empty tomb' 'Soldiers seal the tomb', 'Angel rolls away the Stone from the Tomb' in Memory of George Morrison d.1884 by Clayton & Bell
2. 'Prisoner of Conscience' in the Lady Chapel. Window by Gabriel Loire, 1980
3. Light 1 - 'Archangel Gabriel', 'Act of Mercy', 'Act of Mercy' and 'Nativity'
Light 2 - 'Archangel Michael', 'Act of Mercy', 'Act of Mercy' and 'Crucifixion'
Light 3 - 'Archangel Raphael', 'Act of Mercy', 'Act of Mercy' and 'Resurrection'
In Memory of Isabel Elizabeth d.1886 wife of Walter Kerr Hamilton, Bishop of Salisbury by Burlison & Grylls

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1. Light 1 - 'Ruth and Naomi', 'Ruth and Boaz' and 'Ruth, Naomi, Boaz and Baby Obed'
Light 2 - 'David Plays to Saul', 'David Slays Goliath' and 'David Charge to Solomon to Build Temple'
in Memory of William Page-Roberts and his wife Margaret Grace Page-Roberts by Edward Woore, 1933
2. Above - 'David', 'Jonathan', 'St Paul' and 'St Peter'. Below - 'Bishop Robert Bingham', 'Bishop Richard Poore', 'St Alban' and 'King Alfred'. Window by Clayton & Bell, 1925
3. 'Four Archangels' Below - 'St Lawrence', 'St Edward', 'St James' and 'St William of York' Window in Memory of 5th Earl of Radnor, d.1900 by James Powell & Sons, 1902
4. 'St Luke', 'Dorcas', 'St Stephen' and 'St James Great' Below - 'St Andrew', 'St George', 'St Patrick' and 'St David'
Window by Clayton & Bell, 1925
5. 'Transfiguration' in thanksgiving for the weekly service held in the chapel, by James Powell & Sons, 1913

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1. 'Christ Shows Hands to Disciples', 'Christ and Seven Candlesticks' Below - 'Mary Magdalene and Two Angels at Tomb' and 'Risen Christ Meets Two Maries'. Window by Clayton & Bell, 1885
2. Angels displaying virtues - Love, Joy, Gentleness, meekness, Faith, Longsuffering, Peace, Goodness and Temperance below - 'Presentation' and 'Baptism' in Memory of Rev. John Watts d.1872 and Robert Rowley Watts d.1911
Window by James Powell & Sons
3. 'Ascension' - Power, Riches, Wisdom, Strength, Honour, Glory and Blessing.
Window in thanksgiving for the weekly service held in the chapel, by James Powell & Sons, 1913
4. 'St Michael' and 'St Christopher' 50th Anniversary of Army Air Corps by Caroline Swash, 2007
5. 'Archangel Michael' and 'Archangel Gabriel' Below - 'Branches of the Armed & Civil Services'
WW2 Memorial Window by Christopher Webb, 1949

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1. North Quire Aisle Window in Memory of Robert Quirk, Canon and Treasurer 1938-49
2. 'Paradise of God' in Memory of Dean Allen Beecher Webb d.1907 by James Powell & Sons, 1908
3. 'Baptism of Christ by John the Baptist' in Memory of Rev. Charles Myers, Canon and Treasurer d.1948

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Font by William Pye, 2008
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Medieval Cope Chest
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Tomb of John Henry Jacob, d.1862
Designed by G.E. Street

Chapel of St Margaret,
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Bishop Edmund Audley's Chantry Chapel
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Wall Monument to
Elihonor Sadler, d.1622
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Wall Monument to Sir Robert Hyde, Chief Justice of the King’s Bench, d.1665
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Nave Pulpit, 1877
by
George Gilbert Scott
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Mothers Union Processional Banner
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Wall Monument to Thomas Wyndham, 1st Baron Wyndhamd, d.1745
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Brass Eagle Lectern
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Monument to Sir Thomas Gorges d.1610 and Lady Helena Gorges, d.1635
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Fan Vaulting in Bishop Audley's Chantry Chapel
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Purbeck Tablet to Mary Barnston d.1625 and her husband Canon Barnston d.1645
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Nave looking West
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Tomb of Ewdward Seymour, 1st Earl of hertford, d.1621. Nephew of Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII
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Choir Screen Saints, South Choir Aisle

1. Statue of Bishop Poore in memory of Robert motague Poore, d.1938.
2.
Saint Aldhelm in memory of Henry Carpenter d.1662.
3.
Saint Osmund in memory of Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, d.1885.
4.
Saint Francis in memory of Mary Wordsworth, d.1938, wife of John Wordsworth, Bishop of Salisbury.
5.
Saint Nicholaus in memory of Kenneth Balfour, d.1936. British Conservative Party politician.
6. Statue of
Saint Monica in memory of Evelyn Lovett, d.1937, wife of Bishop Nevile Lovett

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C19th Nave and Transept Ceiling by Clayton & Bell, Salisbury Cathedral

1. Canon Elias of Derham, architect of Salisbury Cathedral, d.1246
2. Statue In Memory of Alfred Cecil Parr, Prisoner of War in Siam, d.1943
3.
St Edwin in Memory of Major Edwin Charles Lewis Parker of Salisbury , O.B.E., J.P. d.1945
4.
St Michael the Archangel in Memory of Hugh Trechard, Grenadier Guard, killed in North Africa, 1943. Hugh was the son of Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard

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Quire Stalls and Carved Angels. The Quire underwent extensive renovations in 1671-1672 as part of Christopher Wren’s recommendations.
The renovations were overseen by Wren and master-joiner, Alexander Fort
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Counted Cross Stitch Altar Rail Kneeler
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Checking the water level. As a result of the high water table, the cathedral
was built on foundations of only 4 feet
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Memorial stone to Sir Edward Heath, Prime Minister from 1970 to 1974
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Arcading in the West Walk of the Cloister
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Cloister Garden
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