St Giles' Church, Holme
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Holme is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England. The population of the civil parish (including Langford) at the 2011 Census was 165. It is located on the east of the River Trent, less than half a mile from the riverside and 4 miles north of Newark-on-Trent.
The parish church of St Giles is an Early Tudor rebuild of a 13th-century church. The Lancashire wool merchant John Barton was responsible for the rebuilding. He died in 1491, and is buried in the chancel with his wife. In a window of his house at Holme is inscribed the verse:
- I thanke God, and ever shall,
- It is the sheep have paid for all.
Holme was historically a chapelry in the ancient parish of North Muskham. Until about 1575 it lay on the west side of the River Trent, but there was then a cataclysmic flood which changed the course of the river. Holme was therefore separated by the river from the rest of the parish. In 1866 Holme became a separate civil parish.
- "Civil Parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 10 April 2016.
- Pevsner, Nikolaus (1979). The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire. Harmondsworth: Penguin. p. 145.
- Winthorpe Community Website: Langford Church History
- Vision of Britain website
- Stone, Richard (2005). River Trent. Phillimore. pp. 101–102. ISBN 1860773567.
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