Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.

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Index of Fittings & Furnishings

Fittings & Furnishings - This could include a great variety of items in a church that are considered worthy of special mention.

 15 churches with 24 Fittings & Furnishings

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St Mary the Virgin Addington 1926-30: Refurnishing. The South Aisle and then the Chancel were refurnished and panelled. Architect was Sir Charles Nicholson.

The many Monuments in the Drake Chapel have not yet been listed here.

St Peter Astwood 1885: Choir stalls with unusual decoration on end panels.
The ends of two of the Choir Stalls.
The rather striking decoration on one Choir Stall.
Another Choir Stall recording that the decorative panels of 1885 are in memory of "EJV".

St Mary Aylesbury various: More Monuments will be listed here.

St Botolph Bradenham early 20C: Communion Rail. Designer was Canon Vernon Staley. (Staley was Designer & Maker).

All Saints Brill 1915: Font Cover. Designer was Canon Vernon Staley. (Staley was Designer & Maker).

St Peter & Paul Buckingham 1705: Brass Chandelier moved here. Browne Willis had donated the Chandelier to the old church in 1705.

1916: Lady Chapel fittings. Designer was Sir Charles Nicholson.

All Saints Buckland 19C: New Stone Altar. Designer was Rev. Edward Bonus. (Possibly by Bonus).

St Peter Burnham 1663: Communion Rail. Moved from Eton College Chapel.

St Nicholas Chearsley 1968: Box Pews.

St Giles Cheddington 1615: Poor Box, dated 1615.

St Lawrence Chicheley c1710: Chancel Furnishings. Maker was Francis Baxter. Carpenter working for Sir John Chester.

1904: Rood (on Ringing Gallery). Designer was John Ninian Comper.

All Saints Hulcott c1330: Piscina in S Aisle. It was moved from previous Transept or Lady Chapel.

c1340: Piscina in Chancel.

late 19C: Altar. Rev Edward Bonus donated the Altar. Designer was Rev. Edward Bonus. (Possibly by Bonus).

St Peter Ilmer 1860: Clergy Seat & Desk. George Edmund Street.

1860: Tiles in Sanctuary. Part of G E Street's restoration work. Maker was Minton.

20C: Lecturn. Copy of Lectern in Eton College Chapel.

St John Evangelist Lacey Green 1793: Samuel Green Chamber Organ. Organ was donated to the church around the mid 19C.

1871: Chancel Furnishings of stained deal. Designer was John Pollard Seddon.

1871: Chancel and Sanctuary Tiles. Possibly designed by J P Seddon. Maker was Minton.

1871: Chancel and Sanctuary Tiles. Possibly designed by J P Seddon. Maker was William Godwin.
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