St. Mary's Greenham boasts a fine example of Victorian art and architecture. The old church was pulled down and the present church built in 1876. However, it was pulled down in 1875 and the foundation stone of the present church was laid in its place on 31st July 1875. Designed by Woodyer, one of the leading ecclesiastical architects of the time. On 24th October 1876 it was consecrated by the Bishop of Oxford.
The above coordinates will take you to a large tablet on the rear wall of the church.
Lloyd Baxendale was born on AB February CDEF and his widow Ellen was born on GH August 1831
The cache can be found at N51° 23. E (D-F) G W001° 18. C (B+F) H
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