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The history of this church, which in the twelfth century must have resembled Tangmere, has been well given in S.A.C. XIX, pp. 126-133; the additions made after 1877 can be seen on the plan. The sixteenth-century effigy of wood, displaced by the building of the organ chamber, now occupies the altar tomb at the east end of the south aisle. W.D.P.

From Sussex Notes & Queries Vol VIII No. 8 November 1941 Page 218
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