St Mary's Church, Bunny

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St Mary's Church, Bunny
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St Mary's Church, Bunny
52°51′38.3″N 1°8′9.51″W / 52.860639°N 1.1359750°W / 52.860639; -1.1359750Coordinates: 52°51′38.3″N 1°8′9.51″W / 52.860639°N 1.1359750°W / 52.860639; -1.1359750
Location Bunny, Nottinghamshire
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Dedication St Mary
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade I listed
Administration
Parish Bunny with Bradmore
Deanery East Bingham
Archdeaconry Newark
Diocese Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham

St Mary's Church, Bunny is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England[1] in Bunny, Nottinghamshire.

History[edit]

The church dates from the 14th century. it was restored in 1718 for Sir Thomas Parkyns of Bunny Hall. There were also later restorations in 1890–1891 and 1911.

The church is in a joint parish with

Memorials[edit]

  • George Augustus Henry Anne Parkyns, 1830, wall tablet in the east chancel
  • Thomas Boothby Parkyns, 1800, wall tablet in the east chancel
  • George Alexander Forteath, 1862, wall tablet in the south chancel
  • Sir Thomas Parkyns, d.1806, by John Bacon
  • Dame Anne Parkyns, 1725, by Edward Poynton
  • Richard Parkyns, 1603
  • Isabella Beetham, 1814, south aisle
  • Isabella Ann Beetham, 1801, south aisle
  • Henry Cropper, 1812 by T. & E. Gaffin of Regent Street
  • Henry Cropper, 1726
  • Elizabeth Cropper, 1800, by J. Peck
  • Henry Cropper, 1794
  • Humphrey Barley, 1571, inscription obliterated
  • Sir Thomas Parkyns, 1741. North aisle. Designed by himself

Organ[edit]

The organ is by J. W. Walker & Sons Ltd dating from 1909. It was reconstructed in 1916 by Charles Lloyd. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire: Nikolaus Pevsner.
  2. ^ "A00420". National Pipe Organ Register (NPOR). Retrieved 2013-06-16.