A 13th century church considerably extended in the 14th century in the perpendicular style.
Phillipa died aged 30 with her unborn child, who was named Florence, in 1996.
Memorial to Vice-Admiral Sir George Tryon K.C.B.
Memorial to five members of the Tryon family who fell in the Great War. They were (1) killed in action, (2) killed in action in the battle of the Somme, (3) died of wounds, (4) in command of a submarine sunk whilst on patrol duty, and (5) killed in action at St Audin.
On the south wall stands the remains of a fine memorial c.1612 in the form reminiscent of an early 17th century fireplace. Resting on the "mantel" is a stone oval containing the sitter's armorials, topped with an obelisk and to either side ribbons and tassels inlaid into the jambs. Kneeling in the "hearth" are Sir Henry Fowkes and his wife, separate by a prayer desk.
Memorial to Guy Thomas Lewes Tryon, who died in "April 1901 aged 22 years of enteric fever at Harrismith, Orange River Colony when on active service with his regiment during the South African War".