"Pale consumption gave the silent blow ...".

 Holy Trinity, Baswich, Stafffordshire
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Holy Trinity Church is constructed of red brick and ashlar dressings, with a tiled roof. The chancel arch dates from the thirteenth century and the lower portion of the tower from the fifteenth. Most of the nave and chancel dates from 1740, and the tower was extended in the eighteenth century to house a peal of bells.

"Pale consumption gave the silent blow ...".
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