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LECKHAMPSTEAD OLD CHURCH

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  LECKHAMPSTEAD CHURCH, LECKHAMPSTEAD CHAPEL
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Leckhampstead Chapel (also known as 'Leckhampstead Old Church') was built in the 11th century and was situated about one kilometre to the south east of Leckhampstead village. It was dedicated in about 1050 and stood near Chapel Farm. The chapel was demolished in 1859 when the new church of St. James was built at Leckhampstead (see associated monument record). In 1963, all that remained of the chapel were stone foundations, encountered at the spot while planting trees.

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