Pre 1837 water colour of the inside of Eydon Church.

Similar style and frame to KL038, external view of church. Marked on back "Eydon Northamptonshire" View shows pre Restoration Church interior, with man and woman and four children, with another woman to one side. Costume looks about 1830s. Church has (from right) no south aisle or window, box pews, two decker pulpit and sounding board, different tracery and stained glass in chancel window, with two large white plaques either side, ornate cartouche on north side of chancel arch, North aisle east window, and two diamond shaped hatchments and stained glass in north aisle windows. High on north side of nave wall are two large boards with writing on and both nave and chancel roof timbers are simpler than today. See also KL007 for a comparable later view

Photographer: W Harwood

Image lent by : Mrs Bethan Batchelor

Connected Photos: KL038 | KL007

Water Colour of Church Interior, 1830s

SKU: KL037

Eydon Village Photo Archive

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