Monument record IPS 374 - St. Clement's Church, Grimwade Street, Ipswich, (IAS 6001).

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Summary

The church is 15th Century with six arched pier arcades leading to North and South aisles and a chancel rebuilt in 1860.

Location

Grid reference Centred TM 1687 4422 (89m by 55m)
Map sheet TM14SE
Civil Parish IPSWICH, IPSWICH, SUFFOLK

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Type and Period (1)

Full Description

*The church is 15th Century with six arched pier arcades leading to North and South aisles and a chancel rebuilt in 1860. Clerestory with simple flush flintwork. Good West tower (S1). For further description see (S2).

1920: Large lock with key (late 15th, early 16th) from the door of St Clement's Church, (S3, S4).

See also (S5).

[letter, number] refers to mentions in the Suffolk Council Archaeological Service Ipswich Documentary Card index.
A94
St Clements Church Churchyard, 1345

Visible on Speede's Map of 1610, (S8).

See also IPS 585 for (undated) E-W burials excavated south of St Clement's Lane.

Sources/Archives (8)

  • <S1> Bibliographic reference: Cautley H M. 1975. Suffolk Churches. 301.
  • <S2> Bibliographic reference: Pevsner N & Radcliffe E. 1974. The Buildings of England: Suffolk. Pevsner N, `Suffolk', Penguin books, 1988 ed, 291.
  • <S3> Index: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service. 1974. Ipswich Archaeological Survey Card Index (digital version).. IAS 6001.
  • <S4> Index: Suffolk Archaeology Unit. 1974. SAU index card and Archive. IAS 6001.
  • <S5> Museum Record Card: Ipswich Museum. IPSMG card. 1920-54.64.
  • <S6> Unpublished document: IPSMG. Ipswich Museum Extension Books.
  • <S7> Index: Suffolk County Council Archaeologcial Service. Ipswich Documentary Card index.
  • <S8> Cartographic materials: Speede, J.. 1610. Map of Ipswich..

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Related Monuments/Buildings (2)

Related Events/Activities (4)

Record last edited

Jun 13 2019 4:22PM

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