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UPTON CHAPEL

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NPRN 300442

Map Reference SN00SW

Grid Reference SN02090470

Unitary (Local) Authority Pembrokeshire

Old County Pembrokeshire

Community Cosheston

Type of Site CHAPEL

Broad Class RELIGIOUS RITUAL AND FUNERARY

Period Medieval

Site Description Transitional Norman building attached to Upton Castle.

C12/C13 with C18 restoration of S door and windows, and C20 restoration of interior. Essentially the private chapel of Upton Castle. The nave is constructed of coursed rubble masonry and the chancel of random rubble. Slate roofs with tile ridges. W bellcote. The chapel contains a number of important effigy monuments, including that of William Malefant (d.1362). Unique, fist-shaped candle holder in NE corner of nave. Norman font.
(Source CADW listed buildings database)
J Hill 25.09.2003
Wallpaintings; a series of painted memorials noted by A.J. Parkinson and D.J. Roberts. 2004.05.13/RCAHMW/SLE

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