List of new churches by Anthony Salvin

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St John's Church, Perlethorpe

Anthony Salvin (1799–1881) was an English architect, born in Sunderland Bridge, County Durham. He trained under John Paterson of Edinburgh, and moved to London in 1821. His works include new churches, restoration of and additions to existing churches, and various other buildings, including schools. However, he is mainly noted for his work on existing major buildings, including castles, and for designing new substantial country houses. The castles on which he worked include Windsor Castle, Norwich Castle, Rockingham Castle, Newark Castle, Warkworth Castle, Muncaster Castle, and Warwick Castle. He also carried out work on the Tower of London, and on Trinity College, Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and University College, Durham. His new country houses include Mamhead House (his first major project), Scotney Castle, Keele Hall, Thoresby Hall, and Peckforton Castle. In addition he designed the Observatory for Durham University.[1]

This list includes the new churches designed by Salvin.

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[2]
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
Holy Trinity Church Ulverston, Cumbria
54°11′38″N 3°05′52″W / 54.1938°N 3.0979°W / 54.1938; -3.0979 (Holy Trinity Church, Ulverston)
1829–32 A Commissioners' church; closed in 1975; subsequently used as a sports centre, then for social housing.[3][4] II
St John's Church Shildon, County Durham
54°37′57″N 1°38′49″W / 54.6326°N 1.6470°W / 54.6326; -1.6470 (St John's Church, Shildon)
St. John's church, Shildon - geograph.org.uk - 1283562.jpg
1833–34 Salvin designed the nave; the church was largely rebuilt later in the 19th century.[5] II
St Paul's Church North Sunderland, Northumberland
55°34′35″N 1°39′55″W / 55.5763°N 1.6653°W / 55.5763; -1.6653 (St Paul's Church, North Sunderland)
Church, North Sunderland - geograph.org.uk - 180351.jpg 1834 [6] II
Holy Trinity Church Darlington, County Durham
54°31′40″N 1°33′50″W / 54.5279°N 1.5640°W / 54.5279; -1.5640 (Holy Trinity Church, Darlington)
1836–38 [7] II*
St John's Church Keswick, Cumbria
54°35′55″N 3°08′05″W / 54.5985°N 3.1347°W / 54.5985; -3.1347 (St John's Church, Keswick)
The Parish Church of Keswick, St John - geograph.org.uk - 475546.jpg 1836–38 [8][9] II*
Christ Church Kilndown, Kent
51°05′27″N 0°25′37″E / 51.0908°N 0.4270°E / 51.0908; 0.4270 (Christ Church, Kilndown)
Christ Church, Kilndown.jpg
1838–41 [10] I
St John the Evangelist's Church Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire
52°54′24″N 0°38′21″W / 52.9067°N 0.6393°W / 52.9067; -0.6393 (St John's Church, Grantham)
St.John the Evangelist in Spitalgate - geograph.org.uk - 333728.jpg 1840–41 Built under the patronage of Lady Brownlow and with a contribution from Queen Adelaide.[11] II
St Mary's Church Sand Hutton,
North Yorkshire
54°01′07″N 0°56′28″W / 54.0185°N 0.9411°W / 54.0185; -0.9411 (St Mary's Church, Sand Hutton)
Sand Hutton Church - geograph.org.uk - 318084.jpg 1840–42 [12] II
Holy Trinity Church Sewstern, Leicestershire
52°47′04″N 0°40′57″W / 52.7844°N 0.6824°W / 52.7844; -0.6824 (Holy Trinity Church, Sewstern)
1842 Built as a chapel of ease, later a parish church.[13] II
St Mary Magdalene's Church Torquay, Devon
50°28′08″N 3°31′59″W / 50.4690°N 3.5331°W / 50.4690; -3.5331 (St Mary Magdalene's Church, Torquay)
St Mary Magdalene church, Upton, Torquay - geograph.org.uk - 1077214.jpg
1843–49 [14] II*
St John the Evangelist's Church King's Lynn, Norfolk
52°45′11″N 0°24′10″E / 52.7530°N 0.4027°E / 52.7530; 0.4027 (St John's Church, King's Lynn)
St John's Church King's Lynn.JPG 1844–46 [15] II
St Stephen's Church South Shields,
Tyne and Wear
55°00′13″N 1°26′09″W / 55.0037°N 1.4359°W / 55.0037; -1.4359 (St Stephen's Church, South Shields)
1844–46 [16] II
All Saints Church Runcorn, Cheshire
53°20′37″N 2°44′12″W / 53.3435°N 2.7366°W / 53.3435; -2.7366 (All Saints Church, Runcorn)
Runcorn All Saints 1.jpg
1844–48 New church on the site of medieval church.[17][18] II*
St Mary's Chapel Arley Hall, 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)
1845 For Rowland Egerton-Warburton.[19][20] II*
St Paul's Church Alnwick, Northumberland
55°24′40″N 1°42′23″W / 55.4111°N 1.7064°W / 55.4111; -1.7064 (St Paul's Church, Alnwick)
1845–46 [21] II*
St Michael and All Angels Church Cowesby, North Yorkshire
54°18′11″N 1°17′15″W / 54.3031°N 1.2876°W / 54.3031; -1.2876 (St Michael's Church, Cowesby)
The Church of St Michael and All Angels, Cowesby - geograph.org.uk - 939381.jpg
1846 For George Lloyd of Cowesby Hall.[22] II
St John the Evangelist's Church High Cross, Thundridge, Hertfordshire
51°51′00″N 0°01′17″W / 51.8500°N 0.0213°W / 51.8500; -0.0213 (St John's Church, Thundridge)
1846 [23][24] II
St Andrew's Church South Otterington,
North Yorkshire
54°16′57″N 1°25′52″W / 54.2824°N 1.4311°W / 54.2824; -1.4311 (St Andrew's Church, South Otterington)
St Andrew's Church, South Otterington.jpg 1847 [25] II
Holy Trinity Church East Finchley, Barnet, Greater London
51°35′32″N 0°10′26″W / 51.5922°N 0.1740°W / 51.5922; -0.1740 (Holy Trinity Church, East Finchley)
Holy Trinity - East Finchley - geograph.org.uk - 159373.jpg
c. 1849 [26] II
St Stephen and St Thomas' Church Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith and Fulham, Greater London
51°30′21″N 0°13′44″W / 51.5058°N 0.2290°W / 51.5058; -0.2290 (St Stephen and St Thomas' Church, Shepherd's Bush)
Church of St Stephen and St. Thomas - geograph.org.uk - 824281.jpg 1849–50 [27] II
All Saints Church North Wootton, Norfolk
52°47′29″N 0°25′51″E / 52.7915°N 0.4307°E / 52.7915; 0.4307 (All Saints Church, North Wootton)
All Saints, North Wootton, Norfolk - geograph.org.uk - 1501053.jpg 1852 Replacing a medieval church.[28] II
St Patrick's Church Patterdale, Cumbria
54°32′12″N 2°56′23″W / 54.5366°N 2.9398°W / 54.5366; -2.9398 (St Patrick's Church, Patterdale)
Patterdale Church - geograph.org.uk - 1470147.jpg 1852–53 A new church replacing an older one, for William Marshall.[29][30] II
St Mary's Church Betteshanger, Kent
51°13′30″N 1°18′38″E / 51.2249°N 1.3106°E / 51.2249; 1.3106 (St Mary's Church, Betteshanger)
Betteshanger Church - geograph.org.uk - 303684.jpg 1853–54 [31] II
St Paul's Church Over Tabley, Cheshire
53°18′58″N 2°25′01″W / 53.3162°N 2.4169°W / 53.3162; -2.4169 (St Paul's Church, Over Tabley)
St Pauls Church, Over Tabley - geograph.org.uk - 1803911.jpg 1853–55 Damaged by fire soon after opening, and rebuilt according to Salvin's plans in 1856.[32][33] II
Holy Trinity Church Little Bollington, Cheshire
53°22′31″N 2°24′50″W / 53.3754°N 2.4140°W / 53.3754; -2.4140 (Holy Trinity Church, Little Bollington)
Holy Trinity Church, Little Bollington.jpg 1854 [34]
All Saints Church Scotby, Cumbria
54°53′19″N 2°52′25″W / 54.8885°N 2.8736°W / 54.8885; -2.8736 (All Saints Church, Scotby)
All Saints Church, Scotby - geograph.org.uk - 277830.jpg 1854–55 A new church for George Head Head.[35] II
Holy Trinity Church Tooting, Wandsworth, Greater London
51°26′16″N 0°09′43″W / 51.4378°N 0.1619°W / 51.4378; -0.1619 (Holy Trinity Church, Tooting)
1854–55 [36] 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 (Holy Trinity Church, Tooting)
St Mary the virgin - geograph.org.uk - 298785.jpg 1855 Tower added in 1859 by G. E. Street.[37] II
St Katherine's Church Rowsley, Derbyshire
53°11′28″N 1°37′12″W / 53.1912°N 1.6200°W / 53.1912; -1.6200 (St Katherine's Church, Rowsley)
St Catherine's, Rowsley - geograph.org.uk - 18871.jpg 1855 [38] II
St Mark's Church Torquay, Devon
50°27′27″N 3°30′54″W / 50.4576°N 3.5151°W / 50.4576; -3.5151 (St Mark's Church, Torquay)
The Little Theatre, Torquay - geograph.org.uk - 821471.jpg 1856–57 Since converted into the Little Theatre.[39] II*
St Matthew's Church Torquay, Devon
50°28′04″N 3°30′23″W / 50.4677°N 3.5064°W / 50.4677; -3.5064 (St Matthew's Church, Torquay)
1858 [40] II*
St Margaret's Church Wolstanton,
Newcastle-under-Lyme,
Staffordshire
53°01′47″N 2°12′56″W / 53.0297°N 2.2155°W / 53.0297; -2.2155 (St Margaret's Church, Wolstanton)
Wolstanton, Church of St Margaret - geograph.org.uk - 49237.jpg 1859–60 A new church incorporating fabric from an earlier church; the chancel is by Salvin.[41] II*
St Thomas a Becket's Church Kirkhouse, Farlam, Cumbria
54°55′54″N 2°40′29″W / 54.9318°N 2.6748°W / 54.9318; -2.6748 (St Thomas a Becket's Church, Kirkhouse)
Church of St Thomas a Becket, Farlam.jpg 1860 [42][43] II
St John the Evangelist's Church Percy Main,
North Tyneside,
Tyne and Wear
54°59′52″N 1°28′23″W / 54.9979°N 1.4730°W / 54.9979; -1.4730 (St John's Church, Percy Main)
1862 For the Duke of Northumberland.[44] II
St Nicholas' Church Lazonby, Cumbria
54°45′03″N 2°42′06″W / 54.7508°N 2.7018°W / 54.7508; -2.7018 (St Nicholas' Church, Lazonby)
St Nicholas' Church, Lazonby - geograph.org.uk - 994638.jpg 1863 Built and paid for by the Maclean family of Lazonby Hall.[45][46] II
St Paul's Church Whitley Bay,
Tyne and Wear
55°02′30″N 1°26′52″W / 55.0417°N 1.4479°W / 55.0417; -1.4479 (St Paul's Church, Whitley Bay)
Whitley Bay, St paul's Church - geograph.org.uk - 223880.jpg 1864 Paid for by the 4th Duke of Northumberland.[47] II
St Laurence's Church Burwarton, Shropshire
52°27′39″N 2°33′51″W / 52.4607°N 2.5642°W / 52.4607; -2.5642 (St Lawrence's Church, Burwarton)
Burwarton, Former Church of St. Lawrence - geograph.org.uk - 121164.jpg
1874–76 Built to replace an earlier church whose ruins are nearby for the 8th Viscount Boyne. Declared redundant in 1972 and converted into a house.[48][49] II
St John's Church Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire
53°13′54″N 1°02′04″W / 53.2317°N 1.0345°W / 53.2317; -1.0345 (St John's Church, Perlethorpe)
Perlethorpe - Church View - geograph.org.uk - 741080.jpg 1876 [50] II*

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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