St Margaret of Antioch, Virgin and Martyr, Wellington, Herefordshire
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Margaret the Virgin-Martyr is celebrated as a saint by the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches although she was declared apocryphal by Pope Gelasius I in 494. The earliest parts of the building are Norman including the distorted chancel arch and the lower stages of the tower. Extensive renovation was undertaken in late 19th century mainly to the chancel and south nave wall.
"... and buried in her son's grave...."