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Church of St Hilary, St Hilary, Vale of Glamorgan

formerly in: Glamorgan

N.B.Position of marker is approximate and does not necessarily show the exact location of the site.

Site OS Grid Ref: ST016732
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Church (Anglican)
Sixteenth-century tower. Twelfth-century chancel arch. Church rebuilt in the fourteenth century. Restored 1861-2 at the expense of Mrs Charlotte Traherne of Coedriglan. Architect Sir Gilbert Scott, but using designs prepared around 1860 by Mrs Traherne's husband, the Revd J. M. Traherne (the restoration was intended as his memorial).

People associated with this site
   as architect: George Gilbert Scott

Works at this site:
Church of St Hilary, St Hilary, Vale of Glamorgan
west wall

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