St Michael and All Angels, Moccas, Herefordshire
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St Michael's was built around 1130, on the site of a much earlier 5th century church dedicated to St Dyfrig, or Dubricius (see Madley). The building is of local tuffa with sandstone dressing. The most appealing feature of the church is that it has undergone very little rebuilding or restoration work over the centuries, so that it retains much of its medieval character.
"Also her four brothers and one sister who died in their infancy."
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