The north side of the church with small rectory off to one side
The East end and another view looking West along the South side
The Nave has some nice stained glass windows
This memorial on the North wall of the nave is very detailed with a Latin inscription beneath
Above the Roll of Honour of the men from Shellingford who died in the 1914- 1918 war.
Left memorial to Edward Wallace Goodlake
Top right two memorials to members of the Mann family.
Top right and on the left the memorial by the chancel arch
and the ones looking along the nave, they all look relatively recent
The high back chair took my eye with the kneeler on it
The nave has more tombs along it the outline of a long lost brass still there
Outside I wandered around the churchyard which I have to admit was one of the best kept I have see but then the local looked like he took pride in what he did
The North side which is usually left to grow wild beautifully cut
A lone tomb chest .
Towards the west end of the churchyard some of the more recent burials
The only wild are hear at the East end
The South side of the church looking West. At the east end you will find this lone grave which is small the owner being forgotten years ago
Above the Commonwealth War Grave of Private A Goddard
A tomb chest with broken panel
Above looking East to the huge cedar tree
On the way out you pass this paved area that may be a family plot