WESTON UNDERWOOD CHURCH

Buckinghamshire

Weston Underwood Church, Buckinghamshire

It is unclear when this church was first built, but the church and village has always had a entwined relationship with nearby Olney, a larger church and a larger settlement.

The earliest work seems to be 12th Century, although much of the nave is 13th. The chancel was rebuilt in the early 14th Century, but was then rebuilt by John Olney, Lord of the Manor around 1368. The tower was added, as is so often the case, in the 15th Century. All of this was heavily restored around 1891.

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