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HODDOM CHURCH AND CHURCHYARDLB10025

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
03/08/1971
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Hoddom
NGR
NY 17835 73516
Coordinates
317835, 573516

Description

Roofless shell of T-plan gothic church by John Park, mason,

1817; enclosed by churchyard.

CHURCH: rubble-built with stugged and graded pink quoins;

polished red ashlar roll-mouldings, hoodmoulds, Y-tracery

and spiky pinnacles. 3 porches (main porch in re-entrant

angle; crow-stepped porches on long S wall), none, perhaps,

original. Jamb also crow-stepped and with tall (formerly

louvred) birdcage belfry.

CHURCHYARD: enclosed by ashlar-coped rubble-built walls;

gate to N with square gatepiers. 18th and 19th century

stone monuments and 3 rectangular burial enclosures;

orientation and rebuilt walling indicates 17th and 18th

century enclosures (to S of present church) to have been

built as aisles adjoining previous church; both these are rectangular-plan and rubble-built with ashlar dressings;

17th century enclosure with engaged circular shafts.

Statement of Special Interest

No longer in ecclesiastical use.

Notice at site states that church was burned out on night of

2-3 February 1975.

Present parish of Hoddom formed 1609 with this site chosen

for church.

References

Bibliography

SRO CH2/13/5 p.114 ff.

NRA(S) 1837 bundles 8/3 and 8/10, plans of Hoddom Church,

n.d. and 1914.

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