~ ST. MARY'S CHURCH ~
An old print in my collection (no date)
Frittenden church has been almost rebuilt, and its parish owes much to its late Rector, the Rev. Edward Moore, and his lady. 1874
June 20th, 1848 At Frittenden Church, Kent, George Augustus Young, Royal Canadian Rifles, to Isabella Marianne, youngest daughter of the late Rev. George Moore. The Annual Register 1848
January 17, 1844, at Frittenden, Kent, the lady Harried Moore, a son. The Annual Register
Several beautiful terra cotta quatrefoils of bright red colour are insterted in the upper part of the north wall of Frittenden Church, Kent: one of them is engraved in the Archaeological Journal, vo. v.p.36. 1858
Paving tiles from Frittenden Church
The tiles represented in the annexed plate are, with one exception, still preserved in the vestry of Frittenden Church. They bear, for the most part, designs of the Decorated Period, and may be considered to have been made in the fourteenth century.
When Frittenden Church was rebuilt, Mr. R. C. Hussey carefully preserved these and other interesting fragments of the old church; which relics may now be seen in the vestry of the sacred edifice.
Archaeologia Cantiana 1874
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