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It stands at the Ipswich end of the village on the old road through. Visitors may wonder at the size of the church in relation to the small village it serves - were the congregations once large enough to fill it? Probably not - the size of the church is an indication of the wealth of the community in the periods in which it was erected, not of the of people who worshipped there. The church was built for the sheer joy of erecting a House of God as worthy of him as the builders could manage, and the comparatively small size and relatively meagre resources of the community that created this glorious building is astonishing. The original, probably timber, church is mentioned in the Domesday Book ofin which there are said to be 20 acres of land attached to it.
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It stands at the Ipswich end of the village on the old road through. Visitors may wonder at the size of the church in relation to the small village it serves - were the congregations once large enough to fill it? Probably not - the size of the church is an indication of the wealth of the community in the periods in which it was erected, not of the of people who worshipped there. The church was built for the sheer joy of erecting a House of God as worthy of him as the builders could manage, and the comparatively small size and relatively meagre resources of the community that created this glorious building is astonishing.
The original, probably timber, church is mentioned in the Domesday Book ofin which there are said to be 20 acres of land attached to it. It is not known when the present stone structure was begun. The oldest visible portion is the interior of the tower, the arch of which dates it as having been built about the year or a little later. The chancel may have been constructed at the same time.
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The beautiful east window of Decorated or Flamboyant de seems to point to a building of an early date. The enlarged size of the new church, together with its high elevation of roof, would seem to suggest an increase in population and in wealth in the lower end of the valley of the Stour, for a south aisle was clearly felt necessary in the 15th century, though the old tower was left unaltered.
Three years later the will of William the younger says, 'I give to an Ele aisle in the church of Stratford 10 marks, and if they make none ele I give to the same church but 20s'. This dates the construction of the south aisle, and a little later mention is made in the Court Rolls of a gift of 'fabriciae' possibly ironworkwhich shows that the work was proceeding.
Thomas and Margaret Mors completed the building of the western portion of the north aisle up to where the vestry curtain now hangs shortly before Thomas died in Margaret's will, datedleaves directions that she is to be buried 'in the North Yle by my husband'. Edward's work was begun in and completed in Over the entrance of the porch is a niche which must once have held a statue of the Virgin Mary, but it is now empty.
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The inscriptions on the exterior of the north aisle Inscriptions commemorative of the founders occupy the lowest position on the north aisle's exterior wall, in large bold letters of stone lined with flint. The oldest of these is in Latin and translated re, 'Pray for the souls of Thomas Mors and Margaret his wife, who caused this aisle to be erected in the year of our Lord '.
Before the restoration, the whole concluding part of the inscription, on the west end of the aisle, was completely buried by earth piled high as a result of centuries of grave digging; on the removal of the soil nothing but fragments of letters remained as a guide for its renewal. The next inscription is the alphabet, some of the letters being duplicated. The 'Y', which had been displaced when the porch was erected, was discovered built into it as an ordinary piece of rubble and was restored as near to its original place as possible.
By means of this well known alphabet the whole of the Breviary is sezt. At the time of Easter let Alleluia be said. Let him cross himself saying, to a wise man few words suffice. In this matter, in peace I will sleep and rest. The intervening space between it and the Latin inscription is filled up with IHS and a well deed monogram of the Virgin Mary, to whom the church is dedicated. These two monograms have been reproduced in the clerestory windows.
The buttresses display some rather elaborate work and on them, as on the parapet, the initials of the founders recur frequently, together with the merchants' mark andthe year in which the aisle was completed.
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A very old deed colchested a part of Stour Meadow to 'Anthony Morse and others shows that the Mors family was still represented in Stratford in Ledgers and Memorial Tablets The two ledgers in the north aisle mark the resting places of its founders, as commanded by Margaret Mors in her will. Persons of wealth and position must lie under the ledgers in the nave, but their brasses have all been stolen, so it is not known who they were. Obijt colchesrer die Iunij Ao D'ni millii qui'ge'tess: octogess: sexton.
Aetatis suae: This William Smith died inand it must have been either his father or grandfather whose initials appear m the porch. The explanation of this is that Daniel Wall was incumbent of the parish under the Commonwealth, when the Episcopalian clergy were ejected and the use of the Prayer Book was forbidden. On the Restoration of the Monarchy he was unable to take the required oaths and was forced to retire.
But he evidently continued to reside in the parish, his family being probably the leading one in it, and jow father being alive at the time.
Both of them rich in good works and the fruit of the H. Crowned in their names with honour on earth and in their spirits with glory in heaven. In pious memorial of whom their two sons Daniel and John placed me not without filial reverence and sorrow. The memory of the just is blessed. Colchestfr name Wall frequently occurs in the parish register, and the elder Wall held parish offices at various times.
There is a ledger beneath the altar to the memory of Thomas Brhaigh, M. He died 14 April aged 69, his wife Mary following him on 15 December aged In the same aisle, near the screen door, Nicholas Brage, late of Roydon ie. Raydon Esq. He is described as a 'pious, charitable person'.
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This family was also of great importance in the parish. In the ledgers behind the organ the inscriptions are becoming obliterated, but one can just make out on one Samuel Parker, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, Dec. On the other we read of Tobias Coyte B. Crossing over to the north aisle, we see the memorials of a family still represented in Stratford in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Alderman Partridge is the first name 9 October aged On the same stone, Martha, mother of the above, 24 November aged 63; and John Partridge senior, 10 February aged In connection with these ledgers may be mentioned the only modern memorial brass that the church possesses, subscribed for by some of the parishioners in token of their respect for the John Partridge who fell asleep 4 Februarya worthy descendant of a time-honoured stock that can be traced back in the Parish Register to the yearwhen Robert, son of John Patridge sicwas baptised on 27 April.
Near the vestry curtain on the north wall the brass plates affixed to a wooden plaque represent the figures of a man and his wife, with the following inscription: 'Of yor charyte pray for ye soule of Edwarde Crane and Elizabeth his wyfe which Edward deceased ye xxviii day of Marche Ao mvmlviii - whose soule God pdo' pardon. They do not fit any existing ledger, and have evidently never been walked upon.
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Possibly they were secreted at one time from the iconoclastic zeal of the Puritans and reappeared after the danger was past. There are four mural tablets, all in the Lady Chapel. The earliest is to the colcnester of the Revd T. Money, Rector, who died 6 March aged The next commemorates the Revd N.
Proby, M. Next is the Revd T. Cautley B. He died 13 July The death of his widow if recorded on the fourth tablet, 5 June Brewster, Rector of Stratford in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, they go back to the year for baptisms, those up to having been transcribed on parchment. The marriage register starts inthose up to being on paper in the original entries; and for burials to the same date and under the same conditions.
From there are no entries whatever - these years were the troubled times of Charles I, and this part of the kingdom was very unsettled. There is also a blank from The old book containing the early entries of marriages and burials also contains a list of all the parish officers appointment fromwith various other interesting items of parochial business and is a most valuable parish record.
Amongst the officers in olden days were 'Ale-founders' possibly court officers appointed to test the quality of the ale sold within the manor estates and 'Searchers for Cloath' appointed yearly to enter the houses of clothiers to test that their cloths were made of certain lengths and breadths. The Victorian restoration By the Victorian period, parts of the fabric stood in urgent need of restoration. Portions of the almost unique inscriptions on the exterior of the north aisle had completely perished whilst the remainder had become illegible.
In a new Rector called Henry Golding was instituted, and over many years he began to de in his head a way of taking in hand the work that was needed to restore the church to its former dignity. Through a curious set of inheritances, Henry Golding who became Henry Golding Palmer in order to satisfy the requirement of one of those inheritances was able to provide the money for the entire restoration himself. On Easter Monday, April 17thafter Morning Prayer, the workmen removed the seats from the chancel and erected boarding to shut it off from the nave, where the services were now held for several months.
The whole of the south aisle - reaching up to the east end of the church - was in a very unsound condition, so the roof was taken off and replaced with all the old timbers capable of being made use of. An arch was then inserted in line with the chancel arch, so finally making the south aisle conform to the pattern of the north. The east and west windows in this aisle were retained, but the windows on the south wall were considered to be of a 'very debased architecture' though resembling the pair of windows of similar de in the north chancel aisle - now the vestry!
The exterior of the south aisle was now formed of flint work, having before been simply built of rubble. The flints used throughout were obtained from the Brandon quarries on the Norfolk side of the county. After this, the east end was found to be in such an unsafe condition that the window had to be taken out and the whole wall rebuilt with new foundations.
The chancel arch was then taken out and replaced by one of greater width and height, its clustered shafts of Devonshire marble adding warmth of colour to its beauty of proportion. The chancel roof was lined in 'wagon-shaped' style and divided out into panels with carved bosses. All the stone work was cleaned and made good where defective.
At this point the level of the chancel floor was raised - it had hitherto been uniform with that of the rest of the church - and the aisles were also raised by six inches.
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It was now the turn of the nave to be restored. The first work to be done was to take the lead off the nave roof and to prop up the roof while the clerestory was taken down noq rebuilt. It was evident from old mortice holes that carved figures of some sort had once ornamented the centre of the roof, though all trace of their de was lost. Mr Vinnell, the Clerk of the Works, deed and carved the present angels from patterns still remaining in the old roofs.
Until this point there had been no parapet on the outside, but an embattled one was now added, immediately demonstrating the incongruity of the old tower with the new work, so that it was decided to do something about the tower as well. Once that work was complete, the clearing of the moss and mortar colfhester the outside of the north aisle was undertaken, finally revealing all its interesting inscriptions.
And meanwhile the sides of the porch, which until now had had open arches, were filled in with elaborate tracery, the exterior cleaned and repaired, and the pinnacles and cross restored. At the end of July the whole church was closed for 8 weeks, during which time services were held in the recently built Board School. The reconstruction of the tower was leets as the completion of the work of those who built the 15th and 16th century church, for they had left the old possibly 12th century tower as they found it.
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Esxt remainder of the exterior was then scaled to enable it to be cased with flint. The ascent from the ground floor to the bell loft had ly been by means of ladders, so the new turret at the north-west angle made life considerably easier. Following the precedent of the north aisle, the initials of Mr and Mrs Golding, with IHS and the date appear in stonework on three sides of the tower.
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