List of church restorations and alterations by G. E. Street

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St Mary's Church, Charlton-on-Otmoor,
a church restored by Street in 1857

G. E. Street (1824–81) was an English architect and architectural writer, whose designs were mainly in High Victorian Gothic style. Born the son of a solicitor, he first worked in a law office, but was then articled to the architect Owen Carter in Winchester. Two years later, in 1844, he moved to London and worked in the office of George Gilbert Scott. Here he also worked with George Frederick Bodley and William White. Street established his own architectural practice in 1849, initially in London, and later in Wantage (then in Berkshire). He was appointed as architect to the diocese of Oxford in 1850, and retained this position until his death. He married in 1852 and in that year moved to Oxford. He returned to London in 1856 and maintained an office there for the remainder of his career. He travelled extensively, visiting the Continent of Europe frequently. Street was also a prolific writer on architectural subjects. He was a member of the Royal Academy, and in 1874 was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, being its president in 1881.[1]

Most of Street's works were in relation to churches; designing new churches, restoring and making additions and alterations to existing churches, and designing fittings and furnishings for them. He also designed domestic buildings, especially vicarages, and schools with houses for the schoolmaster. He designed little in the way of public buildings, although towards the end of his life he designed what has been described as his "greatest commission", the Royal Courts of Justice in London.[1] Most of his works were in England, especially within and close to the diocese of Oxford, but examples of his work can be found throughout England, Wales and Ireland. He also designed some buildings abroad, including a church in Constantinople. Almost all his designs are in Gothic Revival style, in particular, in what is known as the High Victorian style. This style came chronologically after the use of "pure" and "correct" use of features of English Gothic architecture, which had been championed by A. W. N. Pugin and the Ecclesiological Society. High Victorian incorporated the use of polychromy, and elements of Continental forms of Gothic architecture.[1] He stated that the main aim of his restorations was to create churches that encouraged "the hearty, loyal and reverent setting forth of the Prayer Book" rather than to preserve historic forms or to adopt architecturally correct designs.[2] Street died in 1881, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.[1]

This list contains details of the restorations and alterations of churches in England, Scotland and Wales. He also worked on churches in Ireland, including restoration and rebuilding at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin between 1871 and 1878,[1] and the restoration of Kildare Cathedral from 1875.[3]

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[4]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
St Cubert's Church Cubert, Cornwall
50°22′40″N 5°06′55″W / 50.3779°N 5.1152°W / 50.3779; -5.1152 (St Cubert's Church, Cubert)
Cubert Church and War Memorial - geograph.org.uk - 1013761.jpg
1846–49 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[5] I
St Mary the Virgin's Church Monken Hadley, Barnet, Greater London
51°39′42″N 0°11′38″W / 51.6616°N 0.1939°W / 51.6616; -0.1939 (St Mary's Church, Barnet)
St.Mary The Virgin - geograph.org.uk - 368123.jpg
c. 1848–50 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[6][7] II*
St Peter's Church Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon
50°22′24″N 4°09′16″W / 50.3732°N 4.1544°W / 50.3732; -4.1544 (St Peter's Church, Plymouth)
St Peter's Church, Plymouth - geograph.org.uk - 1777673.jpg
1849–50 Added the chancel.[8] II
St Probus' Church Probus, Cornwall
50°17′31″N 4°57′04″W / 50.2920°N 4.9510°W / 50.2920; -4.9510 (St Probus' Church, Probus)
Probus Church from the Southeast - geograph.org.uk - 195008.jpg 1850 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[9] I
St Andrew's Church Chaddleworth, Berkshire
51°29′56″N 1°24′31″W / 51.4988°N 1.4086°W / 51.4988; -1.4086 (St Peter's Church, Chaddleworth)
St Andrew, Chaddleworth - geograph.org.uk - 1538204.jpg 1851 Added the chancel.[10] I
St Mewan's Church St Mewan, Cornwall
50°19′57″N 4°48′50″W / 50.3325°N 4.8138°W / 50.3325; -4.8138 (St Mewan's Church, St Mewan)
St Mewans church, St Mewan (geograph 3234616).jpg c. 1851 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[11] II*
St Giles' Church Barrow, Shropshire
52°35′47″N 2°30′23″W / 52.5965°N 2.5065°W / 52.5965; -2.5065 (St Giles' Church, Barrow)
St Giles Church - geograph.org.uk - 415898.jpg 1851–52 Restoration of a church dating from the 8th (or 11th) century.[12][13] I
All Saints Church Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire
51°43′23″N 1°07′54″W / 51.7230°N 1.1317°W / 51.7230; -1.1317 (All Saints Church, Cuddesdon)
All Saints' Church, Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire.jpg 1851–53 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[14] I
St Andrew's Church Rollright, Oxfordshire
51°58′52″N 1°31′32″W / 51.9810°N 1.5255°W / 51.9810; -1.5255 (St Andrew's Church, Rollright)
Great Rollright Church - geograph.org.uk - 152004.jpg 1852 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[15] I
St Mary's Church Lichfield, Staffordshire
52°41′01″N 1°49′39″W / 52.6835°N 1.8274°W / 52.6835; -1.8274 (St Mary's Church, Lichfield)
St Marys Lichfield 1.jpg 1852–54 Street added the steeple to the tower. The rest of the church was rebuilt in 1868–70 by James Fowler. In 1979–81 the church was adapted to form a heritage centre.[16][17] II*
St John the Baptist's Church Shottesbrooke, Berkshire
51°29′12″N 0°47′22″W / 51.4867°N 0.7895°W / 51.4867; -0.7895 (St John's Church, Shottesbrooke)
St John the Baptist's, Shottesbrooke - geograph.org.uk - 695702.jpg
1852–54 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[18] I
St Nicholas' Church Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire
52°49′07″N 1°53′01″W / 52.8185°N 1.8837°W / 52.8185; -1.8837 (St Nicholas' Church, Abbots Bromley)
St. Nicholas, Abbots Bromley - geograph.org.uk - 118977.jpg 1852–55 Restoration and partial rebuilding of a church dating from about 1300.[19][20] II*
St Peter's Church Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire
51°36′28″N 0°33′24″W / 51.6078°N 0.5567°W / 51.6078; -0.5567 (St Peter's Church, Chalfont St Peter)
Chalfont St Peter Church.JPG 1853–54 Altered and extended. Street's first use of polychromatic brick.[21] II*
St Michael's Church Oxford
51°45′13″N 1°15′30″W / 51.7537°N 1.2584°W / 51.7537; -1.2584 (St Michael's Church, Oxford)
St Michael Northgate Oxford 20040124.jpg
1854 Restoration of a church dating from the 11th century.[22] I
St Lucia's Church Upton Magna, Shropshire
52°42′29″N 2°39′45″W / 52.7081°N 2.6625°W / 52.7081; -2.6625 (St Lucia's Church, Upton Magna)
Church of St Lucia - geograph.org.uk - 67746.jpg 1854 Restoration with some partial rebuilding of a church dating from the Norman era.[23][24] II*
St Mary's Church Salford, Oxfordshire
51°57′01″N 1°35′05″W / 51.9504°N 1.5847°W / 51.9504; -1.5847 (St Mary's Church, Salford)
Salford Church - geograph.org.uk - 125141.jpg 1854–55 A church dating from the 12th century that was largely rebuilt.[25] II
St Mary the Virgin's Church Upton Scudamore, Wiltshire
51°13′41″N 2°11′42″W / 51.2281°N 2.1951°W / 51.2281; -2.1951 (St Mary's Church, Upton Scudamore)
UPTON SCUDAMORE, Wiltshire - geograph.org.uk - 65336.jpg
1855 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[26] II*
St Edmund's Church Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire
52°03′49″N 1°37′24″W / 52.0635°N 1.6232°W / 52.0635; -1.6232 (St Edmund's Church, Shipston on Stour)
St Edmunds Church, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire - geograph.org.uk - 1407502.jpg 1855 Other than the 15th-century tower, the church was rebuilt in 14th-century style.[27] II*
St Peter's Church Bournemouth, Dorset
50°43′14″N 1°52′32″W / 50.7205°N 1.8756°W / 50.7205; -1.8756 (St Peter's Church, Bournemouth)
Bournemouth, parish church of St. Peter - geograph.org.uk - 483816.jpg
1855–79 The south aisle was built in 1851, and the rest of the church was designed by Street.[28] I
St Mary's Church Charlbury, Oxfordshire
51°52′20″N 1°29′06″W / 51.8723°N 1.4849°W / 51.8723; -1.4849 (St Mary's Church, Charlbury)
Charlbury Church - geograph.org.uk - 1014219.jpg 1856 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[29] I
St Andrew's Church Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire
51°16′54″N 1°39′15″W / 51.2817°N 1.6541°W / 51.2817; -1.6541 (St Andrew's Church, Collingbourne Ducis)
StAndrewsChurchCollingbourneDucis(AndrewSmith)Nov2006.jpg 1856 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[30] II*
St Kenelm's Church Enstone, Oxfordshire
51°55′24″N 1°26′57″W / 51.9233°N 1.4493°W / 51.9233; -1.4493 (St Kenelm's Church, Enstone)
The Parish Church of St Kenelm's, Enstone - geograph.org.uk - 1323879.jpg 1856 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[31] II*
St Martin's Church Sandford St. Martin, Oxfordshire
51°56′14″N 1°23′24″W / 51.9372°N 1.3901°W / 51.9372; -1.3901 (St Martin's Church, Sandford St. Martin)
St Martin, Sandford St Martin, Oxon - geograph.org.uk - 1622722.jpg 1856 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[32] II*
St Michael's Church Tilehurst, Reading, Berkshire
51°27′05″N 1°01′55″W / 51.4514°N 1.0320°W / 51.4514; -1.0320 (St Michael's Church, Tilehurst)
St Michael, Tilehurst - geograph.org.uk - 1536034.jpg 1856 Built by Street, other than the 14th-century south aisle, and the 1737 tower.[33] II
St Edward the Confessor's Church Westcott Barton, Oxfordshire
51°55′41″N 1°22′29″W / 51.9280°N 1.3747°W / 51.9280; -1.3747 (St Edward the Confessor's Church, Westcott Barton)
WestcottBarton StEdward SE.jpg 1856 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[34] II*
St Mary's Chapel Arley Hall, Arley, Cheshire
53°19′29″N 2°29′19″W / 53.3246°N 2.4886°W / 53.3246; -2.4886 (St Mary's Chapel, Arley Hall)
Arley Hall Chapel 1.jpg 1856–57 Added the north aisle.[35][36] II*
St Michael's Church Garton on the Wolds,
East Yorkshire
54°01′14″N 0°30′10″W / 54.0206°N 0.5027°W / 54.0206; -0.5027 (St Michael's Church, Garton)
Saint Michael and All Angels Church, Garton on the Wolds, Yorkshire, England - 2004.jpg 1856–57 With John Loughborough Pearson, restoration and internal decoration of a church dating from the 12th century for Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[37] I
St Michael's Church Finmere, Oxfordshire
51°59′35″N 1°04′27″W / 51.9930°N 1.0743°W / 51.9930; -1.0743 (St Michael's Church, Finmere)
Finmere church.jpg 1856–58 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[38] II
St Mary's Church Blymhill, Staffordshire
52°42′27″N 2°17′06″W / 52.7074°N 2.2849°W / 52.7074; -2.2849 (St Mary's Church, Blymhill)
Blymhill church small.jpg 1856–59 Other than the west tower and the chancel, much of the rest of the church is by Street. He also designed the school, and partly designed the rectory.[39][40][41] I
St Mary's Church Addington, Buckinghamshire
51°57′00″N 0°55′15″W / 51.9500°N 0.9209°W / 51.9500; -0.9209 (St Mary's Church, Addington)
Church of St Mary the Virgin - geograph.org.uk - 405814.jpg 1857 Restoration and rebuilding of a church dating from the 14th century.[42] II*
Holy Trinity Church Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′57″N 1°33′54″W / 51.8657°N 1.5649°W / 51.8657; -1.5649 (Holy Trinity Church, Ascott-under-Wychwood)
Ascott-under-Wychwood church.jpg 1857 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[43] II*
St Mary the Virgin's Church Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire
51°50′18″N 1°11′09″W / 51.8382°N 1.1859°W / 51.8382; -1.1859 (St Mary's Church, Charlton-on-Otmoor)
Charlton-on-Otmoor StMary southwest.JPG 1857 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[44] I
St Michael and All Angel's Church Fringford, Oxfordshire
51°57′27″N 1°07′08″W / 51.9574°N 1.1190°W / 51.9574; -1.1190 (Church of St Michael and All Angel, Fringford)
Fringford church.jpg 1857 South aisle rebuilt.[45] II
St Michael's Church Gussage St Michael, Dorset
50°54′05″N 2°01′17″W / 50.9015°N 2.0215°W / 50.9015; -2.0215 (St Michael's Church, Gussage St Michael)
St. Michael's church in Gussage St. Michael - geograph.org.uk - 276743.jpg 1857 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[46] I
St Peter and St Paul's Church Wantage, Oxfordshire
51°35′19″N 1°25′43″W / 51.5887°N 1.4285°W / 51.5887; -1.4285 (St Peter and St Paul's Church, Wantage)
St Peter and St Paul, Wantage - geograph.org.uk - 1547576.jpg 1857 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[47] I
St Leonard's Church Waterstock, Oxfordshire
51°44′43″N 1°04′51″W / 51.7453°N 1.0808°W / 51.7453; -1.0808 (St Leonard's Church, Waterstock)
StLeonardsWaterstock.jpg 1857 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[48] II*
St Mary's Church Hanley Castle, Worcestershire
52°04′32″N 2°14′12″W / 52.0756°N 2.2367°W / 52.0756; -2.2367 (St Mary's Church, Hanley Castle)
Hanley Castle church - geograph.org.uk - 391629.jpg 1858 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[49] II*
St Leonard's Church Pitcombe, Somerset
51°05′34″N 2°28′07″W / 51.0928°N 2.4687°W / 51.0928; -2.4687 (St Leonard's Church, Pitcombe)
Church of St Leonard - Pitcombe - geograph.org.uk - 424253.jpg
1858 Church rebuilt, other than the 15th-century tower.[50] II
St Mary the Virgin's Church Kempsford. Gloucestershire
51°40′01″N 1°46′05″W / 51.6670°N 1.7681°W / 51.6670; -1.7681 (St Mary's Church, Kempsford)
Kempsford Church - geograph.org.uk - 77109.jpg
c. 1858 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[51] I
All Saints Church North Moreton, Oxfordshire
51°36′08″N 1°11′23″W / 51.6022°N 1.1898°W / 51.6022; -1.1898 (All Saints Church, [North Moreton)
NorthMoreton AllSaints exterior.JPG c. 1858 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century and addition of the south porch.[52] I
St John the Baptist's Church Hagley, Worcestershire
52°25′29″N 2°07′05″W / 52.4248°N 2.1180°W / 52.4248; -2.1180 (St John the Baptist's Church, Hagley)
St John the Baptist Church, Hagley Worcestershire - geograph.org.uk - 1291066.jpg 1858–65 Partial rebuilding and remodelling of a church dating from the 13th century.[53] II*
St Peter and St Paul's Church Deddington, Oxfordshire
51°58′54″N 1°19′15″W / 51.9818°N 1.3208°W / 51.9818; -1.3208 (St Peter and St Paul's Church, Deddington)
St Peter and St Paul church in Deddington - geograph.org.uk - 1544833.jpg
1858–68 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[54] II*
St Peter's Church Derby
52°55′13″N 1°28′34″W / 52.9203°N 1.4762°W / 52.9203; -1.4762 (St Peter's Church, Derby)
St Peters Church Derby.jpg 1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[55] II*
St Thomas a Beckett's Church Elsfield, Oxfordshire
51°47′09″N 1°13′04″W / 51.7859°N 1.2178°W / 51.7859; -1.2178 (St Thomas a Beckett's Church, Elsfield)
Elsfield church.jpg 1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[56] II*
St Mary the Virgin's Church Headley, Surrey
51°16′48″N 0°16′25″W / 51.2801°N 0.2736°W / 51.2801; -0.2736 (St Mary's Church, Headley)
Headley Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 24533.jpg
1859 Street added a tower to the 1855 church designed by Anthony Salvin.[57] II
St Edmund and St George's Church Hethe, Oxfordshire
51°57′38″N 1°08′18″W / 51.9605°N 1.1384°W / 51.9605; -1.1384 (St Edmund and St George's Church, Hethe)
Hethe SSEdmund&George south.JPG 1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[58] II
St Lawrence's Church Milcombe, Oxfordshire
52°00′30″N 1°24′13″W / 52.0083°N 1.4036°W / 52.0083; -1.4036 (St Lawrence's Church, Milcombe)
Milcombe church (geograph 3038190).jpg 1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[59] II
St Mary's Church Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire
51°51′35″N 1°35′43″W / 51.8597°N 1.5953°W / 51.8597; -1.5953 (St Mary's Church, Shipton-under-Wychwood)
St. Mary the Virgin, Shipton under Wychwood - geograph.org.uk - 119885.jpg
1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century, with virtual rebuilding of the chancel.[60] I
St Michael's Church St Michael Penkevil, Cornwall
50°14′26″N 5°00′20″W / 50.2405°N 5.0055°W / 50.2405; -5.0055 (St Michael's Church, St Michael Penkevil)
St Michael Penkevil Church - geograph.org.uk - 418444.jpg 1859 Mainly rebuilt incorporating some earlier material.[61] I
St Leonard's Church Drayton St. Leonard, Oxfordshire
51°39′50″N 1°08′19″W / 51.6640°N 1.1387°W / 51.6640; -1.1387 (St Leonard's Church, Drayton St. Leonard)
DraytonStLeonard SSLeonard&Catherine southeast.JPG c. 1859 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century and partial rebuilding.[62] II
St Mary's Church Stone, Kent
51°27′01″N 0°16′02″E / 51.4503°N 0.2673°E / 51.4503; 0.2673 (St Mary's Church, Stone)
St Mary, Stone, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 1490066.jpg c. 1859–60 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[63] I
St Leonard's Church Blithfield, Staffordshire
52°48′48″N 1°56′09″W / 52.8134°N 1.9359°W / 52.8134; -1.9359 (St Leonard's Church, Blithfield)
StLeonardBlithfield.jpg 1860 Street added the south porch.[64][65] I
Holy Trinity Church Sunningdale, Berkshire
51°23′56″N 0°37′50″W / 51.3989°N 0.6305°W / 51.3989; -0.6305 (Holy Trinity Church, Sunningdale)
Holy Trinity Church, Sunningdale - geograph.org.uk - 106957.jpg 1860 Street rebuilt the chancel and added the south chapel to a church originating in 1839.[66] II
St Mary the Virgin's Vhurch Hanbury, Worcestershire
52°16′40″N 2°04′07″W / 52.2777°N 2.0685°W / 52.2777; -2.0685 (St Mary's Church, Hanbury)
Hanbury Church - geograph.org.uk - 1478419.jpg c. 1860 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[67] I
St John's Church Barford St. John, Oxfordshire
51°59′44″N 1°21′44″W / 51.9955°N 1.3622°W / 51.9955; -1.3622 (St John's Church, Barford St. John)
1860s Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[68] II*
St Peter and St Paul's Church Wymering, Portsmouth, Hampshire
50°50′45″N 1°04′40″W / 50.8458°N 1.0777°W / 50.8458; -1.0777 (St Peter and St Paul's Church, Wymering)
St Peter and St Paul, Wymering - geograph.org.uk - 675747.jpg 1860–61 Restoration, rebuilding and additions to a medieval church.[69] II*
All Saints' Church Banstead, Surrey
51°19′19″N 0°12′03″W / 51.3220°N 0.2007°W / 51.3220; -0.2007 (All Saints' Church, Banstead)
Banstead Church - geograph.org.uk - 1159947.jpg 1861 Restoration of a church dating from the late 12th and early 13th century.[70] II*
St John the Baptist's Church Pewsey, Wiltshire
51°20′16″N 1°45′59″W / 51.3379°N 1.7664°W / 51.3379; -1.7664 (St John the Baptist's Church, Pewsey)
Pewsey, The Church of St John the Baptist - geograph.org.uk - 1401569.jpg 1861 Added the south chapel and designed the chancel fittings.[71] I
St Andrew's Church Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire
51°21′55″N 1°43′08″W / 51.3653°N 1.7188°W / 51.3653; -1.7188 (St Andrew's Church, Wootton Rivers)
St Andrew's church, Wootton Rivers - geograph.org.uk - 502294.jpg
1861 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[72] II*
St John the Baptist's Church Garboldisham, Norfolk
52°23′46″N 0°56′40″E / 52.3960°N 0.9444°E / 52.3960; 0.9444 (St John the Baptist's Church, Garboldisham)
St John's Church, Garboldisham.jpg 1862 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century, and reconstruction of the chancel.[73] I
St Eloy's Church Great Smeaton,
North Yorkshire
54°26′03″N 1°27′53″W / 54.4343°N 1.4647°W / 54.4343; -1.4647 (St Eloy's Church, Great Smeaton)
St. Eloy's Church, Great Smeaton - geograph.org.uk - 162797.jpg 1862 A church dating from the 13th century, largely rebuilt.[74] II
St Michael's Church Stewkley, Buckinghamshire
51°55′37″N 0°45′44″W / 51.9269°N 0.7622°W / 51.9269; -0.7622 (St Michael's Church, Stewkley)
Stewkley StMichael SW.jpg 1862 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[75] I
St Mary the Virgin's Church Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin, Norfolk
52°42′15″N 0°20′27″E / 52.7042°N 0.3409°E / 52.7042; 0.3409 (St Mary's Church, Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin)
St Mary, Wiggenhall St Mary, Norfolk - geograph.org.uk - 477173.jpg 1862 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[76] I
St James' Church Cowley, Oxfordshire
51°43′50″N 1°13′11″W / 51.7305°N 1.2198°W / 51.7305; -1.2198 (St James' Church, Oxford)
St James The Apostle church in Cowley - geograph.org.uk - 1254917.jpg 1862–65 Work carried out on a church originating in the 12th century.[77] II*
St Ebbe's Church Oxford
51°45′02″N 1°15′35″W / 51.7506°N 1.2597°W / 51.7506; -1.2597 (St Ebbe's Church, Oxford)
Oxford St Ebbe's 1.jpg 1862–66 Added a south aisle.[78] II*
St Andrew's Church Isleham, Cambridgeshire
52°20′36″N 0°24′41″E / 52.3432°N 0.4115°E / 52.3432; 0.4115 (St Andrew's Church, Isleham)
Isleham Church - geograph.org.uk - 271173.jpg 1863 Rebuilt the west tower.[79] I
St Mary's Church Longfleet, Poole, Dorset
50°43′22″N 1°58′18″W / 50.7227°N 1.9717°W / 50.7227; -1.9717 (St Mary's Church, Longfleet)
Longfleet, parish church of St. Mary - geograph.org.uk - 466067.jpg
1863 Added the chancel to a church of 1830–33 by Edward Blore. Steeple added 1883 by G. R. Crickmay and Son.[80] II
St Bartholomew's Church Otford, Kent
51°18′44″N 0°11′30″E / 51.3123°N 0.1917°E / 51.3123; 0.1917 (St Bartholomew's Church, Otford)
St Bartholomew, Otford, Kent.jpg
1863 Restoration and rebuilding of the south arcade in a church dating from the 11th century.[81] I
All Saints Church Soulbury, Buckinghamshire
51°56′05″N 0°43′06″W / 51.9348°N 0.7183°W / 51.9348; -0.7183 (All Saints Church, Soulbury)
All Saints Church Soulbury - geograph.org.uk - 350157.jpg 1863 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[82] II*
St Mary's Church Turweston, Buckinghamshire
52°02′05″N 1°07′35″W / 52.0348°N 1.1263°W / 52.0348; -1.1263 (St Mary's Church, Turweston)
St Mary's, Turweston - geograph.org.uk - 143152.jpg 1863 Restoration and the addition of a saddleback roof to the tower.[83] II*
St Botolph's Church Bradenham, Buckinghamshire
51°40′00″N 0°48′14″W / 51.6668°N 0.8038°W / 51.6668; -0.8038 (St Botolph's Church, Bradenham)
Bradenham Church.JPG 1863–65 Chancel rebuilt.[84] II*
St Mary's Church Bloxham, Oxfordshire
52°01′04″N 1°22′29″W / 52.0179°N 1.3747°W / 52.0179; -1.3747 (St Mary's Church, Bloxham)
Church spire at St Mary's, Bloxham - geograph.org.uk - 1461096.jpg
1864 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[85] I
St Ladoca's Church Ladock, Cornwall
50°19′16″N 4°57′32″W / 50.3211°N 4.9590°W / 50.3211; -4.9590 (St Mary's Church, Bloxham)
Ladock Church - geograph.org.uk - 195654.jpg 1864 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[86] I
St Mary's Church North Leigh, Oxfordshire
51°49′13″N 1°26′22″W / 51.8202°N 1.4395°W / 51.8202; -1.4395 (St Mary's Church, North Leigh)
NorthLeigh StMary SouthEast.jpg 1864 Restoration of a church dating from the 11th century.[87] I
St Mary's Church Prestbury, Gloucestershire
51°54′52″N 2°02′42″W / 51.9144°N 2.0451°W / 51.9144; -2.0451 (St Mary's Church, Prestbury)
St Mary's Church, Prestbury, Cheltenham - geograph.org.uk - 36711.jpg 1864–68 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[88] II*
St Olave's Church Fritwell, Oxfordshire
51°57′35″N 1°14′17″W / 51.9597°N 1.2380°W / 51.9597; -1.2380 (St Olave's Church, Fritwell)
Fritwell StOlave south.JPG 1865 Restoration and partial rebuilding of a church dating from the 12th century.[89] II*
St Michael's Church High Ercall, Shropshire
52°45′08″N 2°36′08″W / 52.7522°N 2.6021°W / 52.7522; -2.6021 (St Michael's Church, High Ercall)
High Ercall Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 31067.jpg
1865 Restoration of a church dating from the late 12th century, with the addition of a south porch and vestry.[90][91] I
St Michael's Church Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset
50°57′03″N 2°51′05″W / 50.9508°N 2.8513°W / 50.9508; -2.8513 (St Michael's Church, Shepton Beauchamp)
Shepton Beauchamp, St Michael's Church - geograph.org.uk - 1745229.jpg 1865 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[92] I
St Mary's Church Walsgrave, West Midlands
52°25′29″N 1°26′38″W / 52.4246°N 1.4440°W / 52.4246; -1.4440 (St Mary's Church, Walsgrave)
St marys church in Coventry -side view 1f07.JPG 1865 Restoration of a church dating from the about 1300.[93] II*
St James' Church Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire
51°52′27″N 0°46′14″W / 51.8743°N 0.7705°W / 51.8743; -0.7705 (St James' Church, Aston Abbotts)
St. James the Great, Aston Abbotts - geograph.org.uk - 234791.jpg 1865–66 Rebuilding of the church, other than the tower.[94] II*
St Swithin's Church Headbourne Worthy, Hampshire
51°05′07″N 1°18′20″W / 51.0852°N 1.3055°W / 51.0852; -1.3055 (St Swithin's Church, Headbourne Worthy)
St Swithun's church, Headbourne Worthy - geograph.org.uk - 49066.jpg c. 1865–66 Restoration of a church dating from the 11th century.[95] I
All Saints' Church Gresford, Wrexham, Wales
53°05′17″N 2°58′38″W / 53.0880°N 2.9773°W / 53.0880; -2.9773 (All Saints' Church, Gresford)
Gresford All Saints.jpg 1865–67 Restoration, including a new pulpit.[96][97] I
St Mary the Virgin's Church Witney, Oxfordshire
51°46′51″N 1°29′06″W / 51.7808°N 1.4850°W / 51.7808; -1.4850 (St Mary's Church, Witney)
St Mary the Virgin Church, Church Green, Witney - geograph.org.uk - 247742.jpg 1865–69 Restoration of a church dating from the late 12th century. Street also designed the piscina, sedilia, pulpit, lectern, pews, and font.[98] I
St Mary's Church Luton, Bedfordshire
51°52′43″N 0°24′37″W / 51.8787°N 0.4102°W / 51.8787; -0.4102 (St Mary's Church, Luton)
StMarysLuton.jpg 1865–85 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[99] I
All Saints Church Low Catton, East Yorkshire
53°58′38″N 0°55′37″W / 53.9772°N 0.9269°W / 53.9772; -0.9269 (All Saints Church, Low Catton)
All Saints Church Low Catton.jpg 1866 Added the chancel.[100] I
St Mary's Church Tutbury, Staffordshire
52°51′32″N 1°41′16″W / 52.8590°N 1.6878°W / 52.8590; -1.6878 (St Mary's Church, Tutbury)
St Mary's Priory Church, Tutbury - geograph.org.uk - 632654.jpg
1866 Replacement of the chancel and apsidal sanctuary. The reredos, pulpit, stalls and font were also designed by Street.[101][102] I
St Benedict Biscop's Church Wombourne, Staffordshire
52°32′11″N 2°11′00″W / 52.5363°N 2.1832°W / 52.5363; -2.1832 (St Benedict Biscop's Church, Wombourne)
St Benedict Biscop Church - geograph.org.uk - 287922.jpg 1866–67 Other than the tower and the north aisle, the church is by Street.[103][104] II
Royal Garrison Church Portsmouth, Hampshire
50°47′20″N 1°06′14″W / 50.7890°N 1.1039°W / 50.7890; -1.1039 (Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth)
Domus Dei.JPG 1866–68 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century. Damaged by an incendiary bomb in 1941.[105][106] II
Holy Trinity Church Eccleshall, Staffordshire
52°51′35″N 2°15′28″W / 52.8598°N 2.2577°W / 52.8598; -2.2577 (Holy Trinity Church, Eccleshall)
Holy Trinity church 2.jpg 1866–69 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[107][108] I
St Barnabas' Church Peasemore, Berkshire
51°29′27″N 1°20′30″W / 51.4908°N 1.3417°W / 51.4908; -1.3417 (St Barnabas' Church, Peasemore)
Peasemore Church - geograph.org.uk - 39282.jpg c.1866 Street rebuilt (or added) the chancel.[109] II
St Helen's Church West Keal, Lincolnshire
53°09′12″N 0°02′37″E / 53.1534°N 0.0435°E / 53.1534; 0.0435 (St Helen' Church, West Keal)
St.Helen's church, West Keal, Lincs. - geograph.org.uk - 118979.jpg 1867 Chancel by Street.[110] II*
St Edward the Confessor's Church Leek, Staffordshire
53°06′24″N 2°01′36″W / 53.1068°N 2.0266°W / 53.1068; -2.0266 (St Edward the Confessor's Church, Leek)
Leek, church of St Edward the Confessor.JPG 1867 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century, and rebuilding of the chancel.[111][112] II*
St Lawrence's Church Weston under Penyard, Herefordshire
51°54′23″N 2°32′14″W / 51.9064°N 2.5373°W / 51.9064; -2.5373 (St Lawrence's Church, Weston under Penyard)
St Lawrence church and graveyard, Weston under Penyard - geograph.org.uk - 796782.jpg 1867 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[113] II*
All Saints Church Wotton Underwood, Buckinghamshire
51°50′16″N 1°00′09″W / 51.8379°N 1.0024°W / 51.8379; -1.0024 (All Saints Church, Wotton Underwood)
All Saints, Wotton Underwood, Bucks - geograph.org.uk - 333342.jpg 1867 Chancel rebuilt for the Duke of Buckingham.[114] II*
St Andrew's Church Freckenham, Suffolk
52°19′07″N 0°26′34″E / 52.3187°N 0.4429°E / 52.3187; 0.4429 (St Andrew's Church, Freckenham)
St Andrew's, Freckenham - geograph.org.uk - 270953.jpg 1867–69 Alterations.[115] II*
St Paul's Church Bedford
52°08′07″N 0°28′03″W / 52.1354°N 0.4675°W / 52.1354; -0.4675 (St Paul's Church, Bedford)
StPaulsChurchBedford.jpg
1868 Rebuilding of the steeple.[116] I
St Britius' Church Brize Norton, Oxfordshire
51°45′59″N 1°34′00″W / 51.7663°N 1.5668°W / 51.7663; -1.5668 (St Britius' Church, Brize Norton)
BrizeNorton StBritius & War Memorial.JPG 1868 Restoration and partial rebuilding of a church dating from the 12th century.[117] II*
St George's Church Hampnett, Gloucestershire
51°50′23″N 1°51′21″W / 51.8398°N 1.8557°W / 51.8398; -1.8557 (St George's Church, Hampnett)
Hampnett Church - geograph.org.uk - 881096.jpg
1868 Restoration and partial rebuilding of a church dating from the 12th century.[118] I
St Mary's Church High Halden, Kent
51°06′10″N 0°42′54″E / 51.1029°N 0.7149°E / 51.1029; 0.7149 (Church of St Mary, High Halden)
St Mary, High Halden, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 324085.jpg 1868 Restoration of a church dating from the Norman era.[119] I
St Nicholas' Church Lillingstone Dayrell, Buckinghamshire
52°03′08″N 0°58′22″W / 52.0523°N 0.9729°W / 52.0523; -0.9729 (St Nicholas' Church, Lillingstone Dayrell)
St. Nicholas, south end - geograph.org.uk - 1003148.jpg 1868 Restoration of a church dating from the Norman era.[120] I
St Lawrence's Church Long Eaton, Derbyshire
52°53′56″N 1°16′15″W / 52.8988°N 1.2707°W / 52.8988; -1.2707 (St Lawrence's Church, Long Eaton)
Long Eaton Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 602564.jpg 1868 Rebuilding, using the former nave and chancel as a new south aisle and chapel, and adding a new nave, south aisle, chancel and vestry.[121] II*
All Saints Church Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire
51°54′19″N 1°13′46″W / 51.9053°N 1.2295°W / 51.9053; -1.2295 (All Saints Church, Middleton Stoney)
MiddletonStoney AllSaints North.JPG 1868 Restoration and partial rebuilding of a church dating from the 12th century.[122] II*
St Genwys' Church Scotton, Lincolnshire
53°28′52″N 0°39′35″W / 53.4811°N 0.6598°W / 53.4811; -0.6598 (St Genwys' Church, Scotton)
Church of St. Genewys, Scotton - geograph.org.uk - 1410407.jpg 1868 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[123] I
St Nicholas' Church Tackley, Oxfordshire
51°52′41″N 1°18′37″W / 51.8781°N 1.3102°W / 51.8781; -1.3102 (St Nicholas' Church, Tackley)
Tackley StNicholas NE.JPG 1868 Restoration and addition of a porch to a church dating from the 11th century.[124] II*
St Margaret of Antioch's Church Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire
51°29′10″N 2°11′39″W / 51.4861°N 2.1941°W / 51.4861; -2.1941 (St Margaret's Church, Yatton Keynell)
YATTON KEYNELL, Wiltshire - geograph.org.uk - 65355.jpg 1868 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[125] I
St Lawrence's Church Eyam, Derbyshire
53°17′03″N 1°40′29″W / 53.2843°N 1.6748°W / 53.2843; -1.6748 (St Lawrence's Church, Eyam)
Eyam Church - geograph.org.uk - 21749.jpg 1868–69 Restoration of the north aisle and chancel in a church dating from the 12th century.[126] II*
St James' Church Staple, Kent
51°15′49″N 1°15′05″E / 51.2637°N 1.2515°E / 51.2637; 1.2515 (St James' Church, Staple)
Church of St James the Great, Staple.jpg 1868–69 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[127] I
St Augustine's Church Hedon, East Yorkshire
53°44′29″N 0°11′59″W / 53.7415°N 0.1997°W / 53.7415; -0.1997 (St Augustine's Church, Hedon)
Hedon Church from Market Hill.jpg 1868–76 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[128] I
Bristol Cathedral Bristol
51°27′06″N 2°36′03″W / 51.4517°N 2.6007°W / 51.4517; -2.6007 (Bristol Cathedral)
Bristol Cathedral (Dec2010).jpg 1868–77 Designed the nave and west towers.[129] I
St John the Baptist's Church Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire
51°32′20″N 2°23′39″W / 51.5390°N 2.3943°W / 51.5390; -2.3943 (St John's Church, Chipping Sodbury)
Chipping Sodbury church tower. - geograph.org.uk - 552936.jpg
1869 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[130] I
College chapel Jesus College, Oxford
51°45′13″N 1°15′24″W / 51.7536°N 1.2566°W / 51.7536; -1.2566 (Jesus College Chapel, Oxford)
Jesus Chapel East.jpg
1869 Restoration.[131] I
St Editha's Church Polesworth, Warwickshire
52°37′08″N 1°36′45″W / 52.6190°N 1.6126°W / 52.6190; -1.6126 (St Editha's Church, Polesworth)
Polesworth Abbey 2.jpg 1869 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[132] II*
St Peter and St Paul's Church Shiplake, Oxfordshire
51°29′53″N 0°53′45″W / 51.4980°N 0.8959°W / 51.4980; -0.8959 (St Peter and St Paul's Church, Shiplake)
St. Peter and Paul's Church, Shiplake. - geograph.org.uk - 65927.jpg 1869 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[133] II*
St Mary's Church Wendover, Buckinghamshire
51°45′28″N 0°44′20″W / 51.7579°N 0.7390°W / 51.7579; -0.7390 (St Mary's Church, Wendover)
St Mary's Church - geograph.org.uk - 1055335.jpg
1869 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[134] II*
St James' Church Acton Trussell, Staffordshire
52°45′17″N 2°05′39″W / 52.7547°N 2.0943°W / 52.7547; -2.0943 (St James' Church, Acton Trussell)
Acton trussell church.JPG 1869–70 Restoration of a church dating from about 1300.[135][136] II*
Christ Church Chorleywood, Hertfordshire
51°39′30″N 0°30′13″W / 51.6584°N 0.5037°W / 51.6584; -0.5037 (Christ Church, Chorleywood)
Christ Church, Chorley Wood, Herts - geograph.org.uk - 361591.jpg 1869–70 Street rebuilt the body of the church, adding it to a tower of 1845. In 1880–82 the tower was buttressed and the spire added using Street's design.[137][138] II*
St Peter's Church Elford, Staffordshire
52°41′34″N 1°43′39″W / 52.6928°N 1.7275°W / 52.6928; -1.7275 (St Peter's Church, Elford)
St Peter's Elford.jpg 1869–70 The south aisle and south chapel were added to a medieval church.[139][140] II*
All Saints Church Hilgay, Norfolk
52°33′24″N 0°23′30″E / 52.5566°N 0.3918°E / 52.5566; 0.3918 (All Saints Church, Hilgay)
All Saints Church, Hilgay, Norfolk - geograph.org.uk - 886240.jpg 1869–70 The nave and chancel are by Street; the tower dates from 1794 and the south aisle from the 14th century.[141] II*
St Andrew's Church Weston-under-Lizard, Staffordshire
52°41′36″N 2°17′18″W / 52.6932°N 2.2883°W / 52.6932; -2.2883 (St Andrew's Church, Weston-under-Lizard)
St Andrew's Church, Weston.jpg 1869–70 Restoration of a church dating from 1700–01.[41][142][143] I
St Bartholomew and All Saints Church Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire
51°32′29″N 1°54′22″W / 51.5415°N 1.9060°W / 51.5415; -1.9060 (St Bartholomew and All Saints Church, Wootton Bassett)
St Bartholomew and All Saints church, Wootton Bassett - geograph.org.uk - 1568065.jpg 1869–71 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[144] II*
St. George's Church Bloomsbury, Camden, Greater London
51°31′04″N 0°07′29″W / 51.5177°N 0.1247°W / 51.5177; -0.1247 (St George's Church, Bloomsbury)
St George's Church, Bloomsbury.jpg 1870 Restoration of a church dating from 1716–31 designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor.[145] I
St Cynfraen's Church Llysfaen, Conwy, Wales
53°16′58″N 3°39′41″W / 53.2828°N 3.6615°W / 53.2828; -3.6615 (St Cynfraen's Church, Llysfaen)
Llysfaen Church - geograph.org.uk - 25274.jpg 1870 Restoration, including a full set of furnishings.[146][147] II*
St Andrew's Church South Warnborough, Hampshire
51°13′10″N 0°58′06″W / 51.2194°N 0.9682°W / 51.2194; -0.9682 (St Andrew's Church, South Warnborough)
St Andrews Parish Church, South Warnborough, Hampshire-19Nov2009.jpg 1870 Addition of a south aisle.[148] II*
All Saints Church Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire
52°52′33″N 1°14′38″W / 52.8759°N 1.2440°W / 52.8759; -1.2440 (All Saints Church, Thrumpton)
Church of All Saints, Thrumpton - geograph.org.uk - 739617.jpg 1870 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[149] II*
St Peter's Church East Lavington,
West Sussex
50°56′17″N 0°39′17″W / 50.9381°N 0.6547°W / 50.9381; -0.6547 (St Peter's Church, East Lavington)
St Peter, East Lavington (geograph 4077576).jpg c. 1870 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[150] II*
All Saints Church Kirby Underdale,
East Yorkshire
54°01′01″N 0°46′04″W / 54.0170°N 0.7677°W / 54.0170; -0.7677 (All Saints Church, Kirby Underdale)
Parish Church, Kirby Underdale.jpg 1870–71 Added the chancel and south porch.[151] I
St John the Baptist's Church Burford, Oxfordshire
51°48′35″N 1°38′03″W / 51.8097°N 1.6343°W / 51.8097; -1.6343 (St John the Baptist's Church, Burford)
St John the Baptist Church, Burford - geograph.org.uk - 300498.jpg
1870s Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century, or earlier.[152] I
St Nicholas' Church Winterborne Kingston, Dorset
50°46′40″N 2°11′48″W / 50.7778°N 2.1968°W / 50.7778; -2.1968 (St Nicholas' Church, Winterborne Kingston)
Winterborne Kingston, parish church of St. Nicholas - geograph.org.uk - 533638.jpg 1870s Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[153] II*
St Margaret's Church Downham, Essex
51°37′46″N 0°29′54″E / 51.6295°N 0.4983°E / 51.6295; 0.4983 (St Margaret's Church, Downham)
St Margarets Church Downham - geograph.org.uk - 124041.jpg 1871 Nave and chancel rebuilt. The church was damaged by fire in 1977, and of Street's interior, only the reredos has survived.[154] II
St Mary's Church Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire
51°50′10″N 0°37′45″W / 51.8362°N 0.6291°W / 51.8362; -0.6291 (St Mary's Church, Ivinghoe)
St. Mary the Virgin, Ivinghoe from the churchyard - geograph.org.uk - 87594.jpg 1871 Restoration and expansion of a church dating from the 13th century.[155] I
St Mary's Church Sheviock, Cornwall
50°22′23″N 4°17′36″W / 50.3731°N 4.2933°W / 50.3731; -4.2933 (St Maryt's Church, Sheviock)
St Mary's Church Sheviock - geograph.org.uk - 370053.jpg
1871 Restoration and expansion of a church dating from the 13th century.[156] I
All Saints Church Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire
52°52′32″N 1°14′39″W / 52.8755°N 1.2441°W / 52.8755; -1.2441 (All Saints Church, Thrumpton)
Church of All Saints, Thrumpton - geograph.org.uk - 739617.jpg 1871 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[157] II*
York Minster York, North Yorkshire
53°57′44″N 1°04′56″W / 53.9622°N 1.0821°W / 53.9622; -1.0821 (York Minster)
York Minster left.JPG
1871 Restoration of south transept.[158] I
All Saints Church Brantingham,
East Yorkshire
53°45′31″N 0°34′12″W / 53.7586°N 0.5700°W / 53.7586; -0.5700 (All Saints Church, Brantingham)
Brantingham Church - geograph.org.uk - 10757.jpg 1872 A church originating the 12th century, largely rebuilt using old materials.[159] II*
St Peter's Church Britford, Wiltshire
51°03′19″N 1°46′08″W / 51.0552°N 1.7690°W / 51.0552; -1.7690 (St Peter's Church, Britford)
St Peter's Church, Britford - geograph.org.uk - 466991.jpg 1872 Restoration of a church dating from the 9th century.[160] I
St Mary's Church Glympton, Oxfordshire
51°53′37″N 1°23′07″W / 51.8937°N 1.3853°W / 51.8937; -1.3853 (St Mary's Church, Glympton)
Glympton StMary South.jpg 1872 Rebuilding of the chancel, and addition of a porch and vestry.[161] II
All Saints Church Kirkby Overblow,
North Yorkshire
53°56′17″N 1°30′25″W / 53.9381°N 1.5069°W / 53.9381; -1.5069 (All Saints Church, Kirkby Overblow)
All Saints, Kirkby Overblow - geograph.org.uk - 1140494.jpg 1872 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[162] II
St Mary's Church Leckhampstead, Buckinghamshire
52°02′06″N 0°56′33″W / 52.0349°N 0.9425°W / 52.0349; -0.9425 (St Mary's Church, Leckhampstead)
1872 Restoration of a church dating from the Norman era.[163] I
St Michael and All Angels Church Warfield, Berkshire
51°26′31″N 0°44′07″W / 51.4420°N 0.7352°W / 51.4420; -0.7352 (St Michael's Church, Warfield)
The church of St Michael and the Archangel, Warfield - geograph.org.uk - 78355.jpg 1872 Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[164] II*
St Andrew's Church Weaverthorpe,
North Yorkshire
54°07′36″N 0°31′20″W / 54.1267°N 0.5222°W / 54.1267; -0.5222 (St Andrew's Church, Weaverthorpe)
Weaverthorpe Church.jpg 1872 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century for Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere. The lychgate, churchyard walls, and footgate were also designed by Street, and are listed at Grade II.[165][166] I
St Mary's Church Yatton, Somerset
51°23′06″N 2°49′07″W / 51.3849°N 2.8187°W / 51.3849; -2.8187 (St Mary's Church, Yatton)
St Marys Yatton winter panorama.jpg 1872 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[167] I
St Oswald's Church Oswestry, Shropshire
52°51′26″N 3°03′28″W / 52.8571°N 3.0578°W / 52.8571; -3.0578 (St Oswald's Church, Oswestry)
Oswestry - St. Oswald's Parish Church.jpg 1872–74 Restoration and extension of a medieval church that had been reconstructed after extensive damage in the Civil War.[168][169] II*
All Saints Church Hutton, Brentwood, Essex
51°37′27″N 0°21′39″E / 51.6241°N 0.3609°E / 51.6241; 0.3609 (All Saints Church, Hutton)
All Saints Church, Hutton - geograph.org.uk - 1482399.jpg 1873 A church dating from the 14th century, largely rebuilt by Street.[170] II*
Church of St James the Less Huish, Devon
50°52′50″N 4°05′09″W / 50.8806°N 4.0857°W / 50.8806; -4.0857 (St James' Church, Huish)
St James the Less church, Huish - geograph.org.uk - 567493.jpg 1873 Other than the tower, rebuilt by Street.[171] II*
St Mary's Church Bathwick, Bath, Somerset
51°23′03″N 2°21′03″W / 51.3843°N 2.3509°W / 51.3843; -2.3509 (St Mary's Church, Bath)
St Mary the Virgin's Church, Bath July 2007.JPG c. 1873 Addition of the chancel.[172] II*
St Mary's Church Beachampton, Buckinghamshire
52°01′36″N 0°52′42″W / 52.0267°N 0.8784°W / 52.0267; -0.8784 (St Mary's Church, Beachampton)
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Beachampton. - geograph.org.uk - 881491.jpg 1873–74 Restoration of a 14th century church.[173] II*
All Saints Church Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
51°37′48″N 0°45′03″W / 51.6299°N 0.7509°W / 51.6299; -0.7509 (All Saints Church, Wycombe)
All Saints Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 528460.jpg
1873–75 Restoration of a 13th century church.[174] I
St Mary's Church Marlborough, Wiltshire
51°25′19″N 1°43′46″W / 51.4219°N 1.7294°W / 51.4219; -1.7294 (St Mary's Church, Marlborough)
St Mary Marlborough.jpg 1874 Added the chancel.[175] I
Church of St Asaph and St Kentigern Llanasa, Flintshire, Wales
53°19′20″N 3°20′34″W / 53.3222°N 3.3429°W / 53.3222; -3.3429 (Church of St Asaph and St Kentigern, Llanasa)
Llanasa Parish Church - geograph.org.uk - 671830.jpg 1874–77 restoration.[176][177] II*
St Mary's Church Chartham, Kent
51°15′21″N 1°01′05″E / 51.2559°N 1.0181°E / 51.2559; 1.0181 (St Mary's Church, Chartham)
St Mary, Chartham, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 324777.jpg 1875 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[178] I
St Giles' Church Graffham, West Sussex
50°56′34″N 0°40′46″W / 50.9428°N 0.6795°W / 50.9428; -0.6795 (St Giles' Church, Graffham)
Church of St. Giles, Graffham - geograph.org.uk - 52698.jpg 1875 Church largely rebuilt in memory of Bishop Samuel Wilberforce, whose brother-in-law Revd Henry Edward Manning was at the time rector of the parish. The tower was added later.[179] II
St John the Baptist's Church Bere Regis, Dorset
50°45′08″N 2°13′04″W / 50.7522°N 2.2177°W / 50.7522; -2.2177 (St John the Baptist's Church, Bere Regis)
BereRegis15.jpg c.1875 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[180] I
Priory Church of St George Dunster, Somerset
51°11′00″N 3°26′45″W / 51.1832°N 3.4459°W / 51.1832; -3.4459 (St George's Church, Dunster)
Dunster church.jpg
1875–77 Restoration of a church dating mainly from the 15th century.[181] I
St Mary's Church Henbury, Bristol
51°30′23″N 2°37′50″W / 51.5063°N 2.6306°W / 51.5063; -2.6306 (St Mary's Church, Henbury)
Henburychurch.jpg 1875–77 Restoration of a church dating from about 1200.[182] II*
St Mary's Church Bolton Abbey,
North Yorkshire
53°59′02″N 1°53′19″W / 53.9838°N 1.8887°W / 53.9838; -1.8887 (St Mary's Church, Bolton Abbey)
1875–80 Restoration of the church that had been created in the nave of the former priory.[183] I
St Michael's Church Hinton, Hampshire
50°45′45″N 1°42′01″W / 50.7624°N 1.7003°W / 50.7624; -1.7003 (St Michael's Church, Hinton)
Hinton parish church of St. Michael and All Angels.jpg 1875–83 Church rebuilt, other than the 18th-century tower.[184] II
St Andrew's Church Blickling, Norfolk
52°48′35″N 1°13′52″E / 52.8096°N 1.2312°E / 52.8096; 1.2312 (St Andrew's Church, Blickling)
Blickling church.JPG 1876 West tower by Street.[185] II*
St Andrew's Church Milborne St Andrew, Dorset
50°46′33″N 2°17′00″W / 50.7758°N 2.2833°W / 50.7758; -2.2833 (Church of St Andrew, Milborne St Andrew)
St Andrews Church, Milborne St Andrew - geograph.org.uk - 1013978.jpg c. 1876 Addition of a chancel, vestry, south aisle and chapel to a church originating in the 12th century.[186] II*
Church of the Holy Cross Bignor, West Sussex
50°55′24″N 0°36′13″W / 50.9232°N 0.6036°W / 50.9232; -0.6036 (Church of the Holy Cross, Bignor)
Bignor Church.JPG 1876–78 Restoration of a church dating mainly from the 13th century.[187] I
St Peter's Church Claybrooke Parva, Leicestershire
52°29′13″N 1°16′15″W / 52.4869°N 1.2707°W / 52.4869; -1.2707 (St Peter's Church, Claybrooke Parva)
St Peter, Claybrooke Parva - geograph.org.uk - 386630.jpg 1876–78 Restoration of a church dating from about 1300.[188] I
St Mary's Church Burwell, Cambridgeshire
52°16′11″N 0°19′42″E / 52.2698°N 0.3282°E / 52.2698; 0.3282 (St Mary's Church, Burwell)
St Mary the Virgin, Burwell - 2.jpg 1877 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[189] I
St George's Church Clun, Shropshire
52°25′07″N 3°01′48″W / 52.4186°N 3.0301°W / 52.4186; -3.0301 (St George's Church, Clun)
Clun Church - geograph.org.uk - 163222.jpg 1877 Restoration and additions to a church dating from the 15th century.[190][191] II*
St Mary's Church Thirsk, North Yorkshire
54°14′06″N 1°20′45″W / 54.2349°N 1.3459°W / 54.2349; -1.3459 (St Mary's Church, Thirsk)
Thirsk Church - geograph.org.uk - 84425.jpg 1877 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[192] I
St Michael and All Angels Church Thornhill, Dewsbury,
West Yorkshire
53°39′56″N 1°37′05″W / 53.6656°N 1.6180°W / 53.6656; -1.6180 (St Michael and All Angels Church, Thornhill)
St Michael's Church, Thornhill - geograph.org.uk - 289284.jpg 1877 Street designed the nave and vestry and carried out some restoration elsewhere in a church dating probably from the 15th century.[193] I
St Peter's Church Edgmond, Shropshire
52°46′14″N 2°24′58″W / 52.7705°N 2.4161°W / 52.7705; -2.4161 (St Peter's Church, Edgmond)
St. Peter's Church, Edgmond, Shropshire - geograph.org.uk - 220047.jpg 1877–78 Restoration of a church originating in the 10th century.[194][195] I
St Giles' Church South Mimms, Hertfordshire
51°41′46″N 0°13′58″W / 51.6962°N 0.2328°W / 51.6962; -0.2328 (St Giles' Church, South Mimms)
St. Giles, South Mimms - geograph.org.uk - 1297796.jpg 1877–78 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century. Street also designed the rood screen, the pulpit, and the lectern.[196][197] I
St Mary the Virgin's Church Rye, East Sussex
50°57′00″N 0°44′03″E / 50.9501°N 0.7342°E / 50.9501; 0.7342 (St Mary's Church, Rye)
St Mary's Church, Rye (NHLE Code 1190069).JPG 1877–82 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[198][199] I
St James' Church Fulmer, Buckinghamshire
51°33′41″N 0°33′37″W / 51.5613°N 0.5602°W / 51.5613; -0.5602 (Church of St James, Fulmer)
Fulmer Church.JPG 1877–84 Addition of a chancel and south aisle.[200] II*
St Andrew's Church Kirby Grindalythe,
North Yorkshire
54°05′44″N 0°37′11″W / 54.0956°N 0.6196°W / 54.0956; -0.6196 (St Andrew's Church, Kirby Grindalythe)
Kirby Grindalythe Church June 2009 (Nigel Coates).jpg 1878 Rebuilding incorporating a 12th-century tower with a 14th-century belfry. For Sir Tatton Sykes, 5th Baronet of Sledmere.[201] II*
St Mary and St Chad's Church Brewood, Staffordshire
52°40′32″N 2°10′26″W / 52.6755°N 2.1738°W / 52.6755; -2.1738 (St Mary and St Chad's Church, Brewood)
Brewood CE Church.jpg
1878–80 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[202][203] I
St Laurence's Church Hilmarton, Wiltshire
51°28′37″N 1°58′21″W / 51.4770°N 1.9726°W / 51.4770; -1.9726 (St Laurence's Church, Hilmarton)
St. Lawrence's Church, Hilmarton - geograph.org.uk - 103518.jpg 1879–81 Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[204] I
St Andrew's Cathedral Aberdeen, Scotland
57°21′42″N 2°05′35″W / 57.3617°N 2.0930°W / 57.3617; -2.0930 (St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen)
St Andrew's Cathedral - geograph.org.uk - 401628.jpg
1880 Added the chancel.[205] A
Fratry to former Priory of St Mary Carlisle Cathedral, Cumbria
54°53′39″N 2°56′21″W / 54.8943°N 2.9391°W / 54.8943; -2.9391 (Fratry, Carlisle Cathedral)
The Priory at Carlisle Cathedral - geograph.org.uk - 1003060.jpg 1880–81 Restoration, re-creating the upper room.[206][207] I
St Margaret's Church Leicester
52°38′25″N 1°08′11″W / 52.6404°N 1.1363°W / 52.6404; -1.1363 (St Margaret's Church, Leicester)
St Margaret's church, Leicester.jpg 1881 Restoration of a church dating mainly from the 15th century.[208] I
St Boniface's Church Nursling, Hampshire
50°56′48″N 1°29′24″W / 50.9466°N 1.4899°W / 50.9466; -1.4899 (St Boniface's Church, Nursling)
St Boniface's church, Nursling - geograph.org.uk - 1722180.jpg 1881 Restoration of a church dating mainly from the 14th century.[209] II*
St Mary's Church Upham, Hampshire
50°58′57″N 1°14′03″W / 50.9825°N 1.2341°W / 50.9825; -1.2341 (St Mary's Church, Upham)
Church of the Blessed Mary, Upham - geograph.org.uk - 56420.jpg 1881 Restoration of a church dating from the 13th century.[210] II
St Mary's Priory Church Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
51°48′48″N 2°42′50″W / 51.8132°N 2.7139°W / 51.8132; -2.7139 (St Mary's Priory Church, Monmouth)
11 St Mary's Priory Church HTsmall.jpg 1882 restoration.[211][212] II*
St James's Sussex Gardens Paddington, London St James's Paddington 1882 Rebuilding of an 1843 church, realised after his death[213][214] II*
St Andrew's Church Ashburton, Devon
50°30′51″N 3°45′25″W / 50.5143°N 3.7570°W / 50.5143; -3.7570 (St Andrew's Church, Ashburton)
St Andrew, Ashburton, Devon - geograph.org.uk - 1730339.jpg
1882–83 Restoration of a church dating from the 15th century.[215] I
All Saints Church Pickhill, North Yorkshire
54°14′54″N 1°28′07″W / 54.2483°N 1.4686°W / 54.2483; -1.4686 (All Saints Church, Pickhill)
Pickhill church.jpg Undated Restoration of a church dating from the 12th century.[216] II*
St Mary's Church Winkfield, Berkshire
51°26′37″N 0°42′01″W / 51.4437°N 0.7004°W / 51.4437; -0.7004 (St Mary's Church, Winkfield)
St Mary's, Winkfield - geograph.org.uk - 78379.jpg Undated Restoration of a church dating from the 14th century.[217] II*

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