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  • She had an early-English look, and was deservedly popular with the boys. Cited from Fantasy of Mediterranean Travel, by S. G. Bayne
  • The fine tower is also Decorated, on an Early English base. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • By 1258 the new cathedral had been completed in an Early English style.
  • This was later replaced by an Early English Gothic church in the 15th century.
  • Bodiam Church is an Early English structure, now very much restored. Cited from What to See in England, by Gordon Home
  • In turn this Norman church made way for an Early English building (13th century).
  • The west tower is an Early English Gothic addition from the early part of the 13th century.
  • This was later replaced by an Early English Gothic Church in the 15th century.
  • The church is in an Early English style, and has an immensely high spire. Cited from Mayfair, Belgravia, and Bayswater, by Geraldine Edith Mitton
  • He selected the name Hollenden, an early English form of the name Holden.
  • The previous church had been built around 1190, in an Early English style with some Norman features.
  • Here is a Perpendicular church with a pinnacled tower and an Early English east end. Cited from Wanderings in Wessex, by Edric Holmes
  • At East Wittering a short distance away is an Early English church with a Norman door. Cited from Seaward Sussex, by Edric Holmes [Illustrations by Mary M. Vigers]
  • An early English version Handsome Polly-O is also present, though in slightly different settings.
  • St James's Church resembles a miniature of an early English cathedral.
  • The church has an Early English chancel which is lower than the floor of the 13th-century nave.
  • The church has an Early English chancel which is lower than the floor of the 13th century nave.
  • It was an Early English Gothic Revival-style sandstone building with a small bell-tower.
  • The first village, South Stoke, has an Early English church with sedilia and other details. Cited from Seaward Sussex, by Edric Holmes [Illustrations by Mary M. Vigers]
  • In 1849 the church was heavily restored in an Early English Gothic style.
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