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St Marys Church Pew
England

This is the private pew in the St Mary's church chapel, Langley. It has it's own entrance and access to the library is found through the pew. The pew was built in 1640 for the use of the Kedermister family when at services. The eye decoration that can be seen in the pew is the all seeing eye of God.

Copyright: Andrew Cole
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Taken: 24/07/2011
Uploaded: 25/07/2011
Updated: 12/09/2011
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