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CHURCH OF ST MARY DE HAURA

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Church. Circa 1130, circa 1170-1230. Nave ruined during the 17th century and pulled down in early 18th century, leaving the West tower with single (originally nave bay to west), transeptal chapels and aisled chancel (now nave and chancel). Remains of original nave, transystal chapels and first stage of tower all circa 1130, rest after circa 1170. Flint, cobblestone with stone dressings; Horsham slab roofs.

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