St John the Baptist, Mathon, Herefordshire
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St John's is an aisleless church of from about 1100 or slightly earlier, originally with an apse but now with a square-ended chancel, nave and west tower. There is herringbone masonry in the fabric and the porch is medieval. Hops were growing over the lychgate.
"Who desired never to be removed by humane (sic) hands"
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