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List of Pictures at Kilham Village, Church and Churchyard

Photos of the Village.
Pic.No.Description
KV1The cottage to the east of the church
KV2A plaque about Kilham market place
KV3A bench by the east gate
KV4The old bull ring
KV5The Women's Institute flower trough
KV6The village pump (opposite the church)
KV7The Methodist church
KV8The Methodist church from the north west
KV9The village pond from the west
KV10The village pond from the north
KV11The village pond from the east

Photos of the Church and surroundings.
Pic.No.Description
KC1Introduction
KC2List of Photographs
KC3The sign board
KC4The church and churchyard from the east
KC5 to 9The churchyard and church as seen from the road travelling from east to west
KC10The west gate
KC11Metal object by the west gate, probably an old street lamp
KC12The west gate
KC13Lisa with the church key (obtainable from the butcher opposite the church)
KC14Looking towards the west gate
KC15The church porch
KC16The sundial from the east
KC17The sundial from the north
KC18The top of the sundial (vandalised)
KC19The sundial and the war memorial
KC20The church from the south east
KC21The south east path
KC22The south east path
KC23The north side of the church from the north east corner
KC24The north east corner of the church from the west
KC25The north east corner of the church from the east
KC26The north side of the church
KC27The north side of the churchyard
KC28The north west part of the churchyard
KC29The north west part of the churchyard
KC30The north west corner of the churchyard
KC31The west part of the churchyard
KC32The south west corner of the churchyard
KC33The south side of the churchyard
KC34The south side of the churchyard
KC35The south side of the churchyard
KC36The south side of the churchyard
KC37The south side of the churchyard
KC38The south side of the church and churchyard looking east
KC39The east end of the church from the road
KC40The east end of the church from the road
KC41Stones and metalwork at the east end of the church (possibly an old grave surround)
KC42Stones and metalwork at the east end of the church as above
KC43The church from the north
KC44The church from the north west
KC45The church tower from the north west
KC46The church tower from the west
KC47The church from the south west
KC48The church from the south west
KC49The church from the south west
KC50The church tower from the south
KC51The south side of the church
KC52The south side of the church
KC53The south side of the church
KC54The churchyard looking east
KC55The porch from the east
KC56The flagpole and weathervane
KC57Part of the south wall of the church showing a blocked window
KC58 to 65Corbels
KC66A window with corbels
KC67A stone cross which leans against the south wall
KC68The tower door
KC69Carving over the tower window
KC70An old pipe embedded in the wall and a boot scraper
KC71A piece of carved stone embedded in the wall
KC72The porch from the west
KC73The porch gates
KC74The plaque on the porch gates
KC75The doorway
KC76The doorway
KC77The doorway
KC78The left part of the carvings over the doorway
KC79The centre of the carvings over the doorway
KC80The right part of the carvings over the doorway
KC81Carved stones in the porch
KC82Carved stones in the porch
KC83Carved stones in the porch
KC84Carved stones in the porch
KC85The dedication plaque for the weathervane
KC86A plaque regarding the bells
KC87The notice board
KC88The doorway from the inside
KC89The entrance to the church
KC90Pews and kneelers
KC91The nave from the west
KC92The nave with the font in the foreground
KC93The nave from the west
KC94The view east from the door
KC95The nave, chancel arch and chancel
KC96The chancel
KC97The south wall of the chancel
KC98The sanctuary
KC99The south side of the sanctuary
KC100The north side of the sanctuary
KC101The south east corner
KC102Niches in the south wall of the sanctuary
KC103Another niche in the south side of the sanctuary
KC104A nice oak table with a beautiful cloth
KC105The window in memory of William B Crankshaw, vicar of Kilham 1924 to 1959
KC106The dedication pane of the window in memory of William B Crankshaw
KC107The front of the altar - carved from Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper'
KC108The cross, candlesticks and vases on the altar
KC109The cross and vases on the altar
KC110The reredos
KC111The east window and the reredos
KC112Detail of the reredos
KC113Chair and prie dieu (one of a pair)
KC114Prie dieu
KC115Chair
KC116Dedication plaque on chair
KC117Bench (one of a pair)
KC118Dedication plaque on bench
KC119Coat of arms
KC120Royal coat of arms
KC121Window in the north wall of the sanctuary dedicated
to the memory of Cyril Victor Shipley, organist for 52 years
KC122The organ with half hidden memorials
KC123Memorials to the Outram family behind the organ
KC124The organ
KC125Plaque on the organ
KC126The nave from the sanctuary
KC127The nave from the sanctuary
KC128The nave from the sanctuary
KC129The nave from the sanctuary
KC130The nave from the chancel arch
KC131The nave from the chancel arch
KC132The lectern
KC133The dais the vicar stands on at the lectern
KC134A reading desk
KC135Plaque on the reading desk
KC136Embroidered blackwork Celtic style cross
KC137The pulpit
KC138Plaque in memory of H R T Johnson, vicar
KC139The processional cross
KC140Inscription on the processional cross
KC141The ceiling, the nave in the foreground, the chancel beyond
KC142A light fitting
KC143The First World War Roll of Honour
KC144The First World War Roll of Honour
KC145The Second World War Roll of Honour
KC146The list of vicars
KC147A niche in the wall
KC148The door to the tower
KC149The lavatory door and plaque
KC150The plaque on the lavatory door
KC151The parish chest
KC152The bell ringing balcony
KC153The north wall of the bell ringing balcony
KC154The south wall of the bell ringing balcony
KC155The font
KC156The lid of the font
KC157The collection dish with a crotchet edged doiley
KC158The poor box

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