St Andrew, Dinedor, Herefordshire
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St. Andrew stands in the middle of the parish. It was entirely re-built in 1868, except the West Tower, which is perhaps of the 13th century. The walls are of rubble with rubble quoins, all of local sandstone. Some old material has been re-used in the re-built parts of the church.
Edwin Bray "suddenly met his death" "by being thrown from his dog cart".
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