Holy Trinity Church, North Fambridge

 

The Church is ancient building of red brick consisting of a Nave, South Porch and small bell tower.

The Octocanal Font is quite unusual.

In 1889 the church was substantialy restored with a brick skin to protect the original stonework.

In 1911 the small spire was added to the belfry.

 to visit the website of North Fambridge Church

Memorials inside the Church

There is a brass in the chancel dedicated to William Osborne ( died 15 January 1590) and his wife Anne Osborne ( died 17 March 1607 aged 72 yrs)

William and Anne had 8 sons and 8 daughters.

The Osborne's were Lords of the Manor from the time of Queen Elizabeth I.

to read about the church bells at this church

 

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