St Michael & All Angels Church (Hathersage) Reviews
Newest Review: ... it is thought that the heroines name was taken from the Eyre family, who were the prominent family in Hathersage at that time. The Eyre family were also the Lords of the Manor and had been for over eight centuries. There are many items relating this family inside St Michael and All Angels Church, including several 15th century brass ornaments. Sir Robert Eyre restored this Church during the 15th century, although several guidebooks on this area incorrectly state that Sir Robert Eyre built the Church at Hathersage. This is certainly not true since the first recorded documents of the Church from 1381 pre-date Sir Roberts birth by almost a h... more
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by - written on 21/12/07 (Very useful, 139 readings)
The Church of St Michael and All Angels stands high on a hillside above the Derbyshire town of Hathersage. I have passed close by to this Church on many occasions, but it is only very recently that I undertook a small detour off the main road to visit here. All over the County of Derbyshire there are many wonderful Churches and this is one of the finest examples of them all. The Church is thought to date from the 11th century although the first written records of this actual Church are from 1381. This Church is one of the main tourist attractions in the town and it is notable for two different historical reasons. Firstly, the Churchyard here is the ... Read the complete review
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