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St. Thomas' Church, Brompton

St. Thomas' Church, Brompton
St Thomas' Church, Brompton, lies on the eastern side of the semi-circle formed by Church View in the northern half of the village, A wooden cross, replaced by a stone cross which was rediscovered in 1867, stood here during the Saxon period, with the first church being built by the eleventh century. In 1386-1843 the church was a chapel of ease to All Saints Northallerton. The building underwent a major restoration in 1867 and this is largely what is seen today. [The History Files]

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St. Thomas' Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3737396358

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