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Marton – St. Esprit.

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St. Esprit Marton

Rebuilt in the Gothic Style in 1871, very little remains of the earlier church except for the lower part of the tower and south aisle which are mid 14th century church, and the south porch doorway which is an early 13th century pointed arch of two orders.

Built of coarse limestone and sandstone, the church of St. Esprit consists of a chancel, nave, north and south aisles, west tower, organ-chamber, and south porch.

 

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East window St. Esprit Marton Font St. Esprit Marton 1940s memorial window St. Esprit Marton

Detail 1940s memorial window St. Esprit Marton Detail 1940s memorial window St. Esprit Marton St. Esprit Marton

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