Photos of Much Marcle

Photos of St Bartholomews church, Much Marcle, Herefordshire. This church is well worth visiting for its superb medieval and Stuart memorials.

St Bartholomews, Much Marcle, Herefordshire
St Bartholomews, Much Marcle, Herefordshire
Much Marcle church, south-east view
Much Marcle church, south-east view
Much Marcle church and ancient yew tree
Much Marcle church and ancient yew tree
Cross, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Cross, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Yew tree, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Yew tree, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
De Helyon Effigy, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
De Helyon Effigy, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon tomb, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon tomb, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon effigy, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon effigy, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon costume, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Walter de Helyon costume, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
14th century tomb, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
14th century tomb, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Blanche Mortimer, Lady Grandison, Much Marcle
Blanche Mortimer, Lady Grandison, Much Marcle
Coat of arms, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire
Coat of arms, Much Marcle church, Herefordshire

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