Saint Faith's church, Bacton
Bacton shown within Herefordshire
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Bacton is a small village in the rural area of south-west Herefordshire, England. The parish church dates from 13th century and has a relatively long entry in Pevsner's survey of the county's buildings. Inside the church is Blanche Parry's memorial; Parry was Chief Gentlewoman of Queen Elizabeth’s most honourable Privy Chamber and Keeper of Her Majesty’s jewels.
One mile to the north are the earthwork remains of a small motte and bailey castle known as Newcourt Tump.
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