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Place: Ashbourne, St Oswald

Location: Capital (excellent) ; stained glass Cockayne monument (C16)

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Ault Hucknall, St John the Baptist

Location: Nave-boss

Date: 14th C

Source: CH 

 

Place: Bakewell, All saints

Location: Misericords, arm rests, South Portal-frieze

Date: Med/C19th

Source: CH 

 

Place: Old Brampton, St Peter & St Paul

Location: Exterior, over chancel door

Date: C 12th

Source: Vanessa Piggott

 

Place: Chesterfield, St Mary & All Saints

Location: Roof Boss at the east end of the Lady Chapel (snake going in one ear and out eye socket)

Date: ?

Source: Jennie Miller & Gary Truss

 

Place: Crich, St Mary

Location: Nave-Capital, animal

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Derby, Cathedral

Location: West Tower door

Date: 16th C

Source: CH 

 

Place: Doveridge, St Cuthbert

Location: Reported but location not known

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Haddon Hall

Location: Six statues, six are skeletons spewing foliage

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Melbourne, St Michael & St Mary

Location: Chancel-Capital

Date: 12th C

Source: CH (Jenkins)

 

Place: Sawley, All saints

Location: Roof Boss above choir vestry west end (Green Bishop)

Date: ?

Source: CH 

Verified by Jenny Miller & Gary Truss

 

Place: Steetley Chapel

Location: Chancel-Capital

Date: 12th C

Source: CH 

 

Place: Stoney Middleton, St Martin

Location: Reported but location not known

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Tideswell, St John the Baptist

Location: Nave-label stop, South transept-corbel, North transept-two capitals, roof boss, choir stalls and pews several

Date: 19th C

Source: CH 

 

Place: Wingerworth, All Saints

Location: Reported by CH as “Woodwork over west window” Confirmed by Jenny Miller & Gary Truss to be on the lintel above the east window, just above what would have been the original High Altar. The orientation of the church has been changed, as there is a large modern extension which now forms the nave. The pamphlet considers the greenman (or Jack o' the Green, as they call him) to be c1100.

Date: 1100?

Source: CH 

Verified by Jenny Miller & Gary Truss

 

Place: Wirksworth, Hope & Anchor pub

Location: Reported but location not known

Date: ?

Source: CH 

 

Place: Derby, Cathedral

Location: West Tower door

Date: 16th C

Source: CH 

 

Place: Youlgreave, All Saints

Location: Capital; north aisle-boss

Date: 15th C

Source: CH