St Chad's Church, Wishaw

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St Chad’s
Coordinates: 52°32′53.4″N 1°44′30.79″W / 52.548167°N 1.7418861°W / 52.548167; -1.7418861
Location Wishaw
Country England
Denomination Anglican
History
Founded c.750
Dedication Chad of Mercia
Architecture
Status Parish church
Style English Gothic
Years built c.1200-1600
Specifications
Capacity 150
Materials Sandstone
Bells 3
Administration
Parish Curdworth, Middleton & Wishaw
Deanery Sutton Coldfield
Archdeaconry Aston
Diocese Diocese of Birmingham
Province Province of Canterbury
Clergy
Bishop(s) Bishop David Urquhart
Vicar(s) Revd Joshva Raja
Listed Building – Grade II*
Designated 8 September 1961
Reference no. 1034654[1]

St Chad’s Church, Wishaw is a Grade II* listed parish church in the Church of England in Wishaw, Warwickshire.[2]

History[edit]

The church dates from the 13th century. There was a major addition around 1700, and a substantial restoration in 1886 – 1887.

The pulpit was obtained from St Mark’s Church Ladywood when it was demolished in 1947.

Monuments[edit]

  • Andrew Hacket, died 1709
  • John Lisle Hacket, died 1673
  • Mary Lisle, died 1676
  • Thomas Lander, died 1809
  • Howard Procter Ryland, died 1905
  • John Hacker, died 1718
  • Lady Hacker, died 1716

References[edit]

  1. ^ "English Heritage - Listing". 
  2. ^ The buildings of England. Warwickshire, Nikolaus Pevsner