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St Ismael's Church, Rosemarket
St Ismael's Church, Rosemarket, Pembrokeshire

Denomination: Anglican

Dedication: St Ismael

Built: 13th Century
Restored: 1856

Photography: Lynne Ingalls
Date: 22 September 2007
Camera: Canon PowerShot S31S digital

Note 1: The church of St Ishmael, Rosemarket, is a parish church of 12th century origins with substantial medieval fabric. The church has an unusually large squint passage; slate roofs; nave with bellcote; a large north porch, north transept and low chancel. Restoration was carried out in 1856. [Source: Coflein database of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (accessed 11 Jan 2016)]

Note 2: Nave with north porch and north transept, chancel. West bell-cote. Two-light Perpendicular panel-traceried window in the north transept. Heavily restored [by] R. K. Penson in 1859. Vestry and present bell-cote added in 1868. New roofs added in chancel and transept between 1888 and 1894. Font: Norman cushion type.
[Source: Buildings of Wales: Pembrokeshire, by Thomas Lloyd, Julian Orbach, and Robert Scourfield, Yale University Press, New Haven and London; 2004]

St Ismael's Church, Rosemarket

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