The Church of St. Leonard, Sutton Veny, Wiltshire, England
St. Leonards at Sutton Veny was replaced in 1868 due to subsidence and is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Today only the chancel remains intact although some splended arches and parts of walls still remain. Our visit coincided with some quite major repair work and we were lucky the workers were on their lunch break so we could look around without disturbing them or putting ourselves at risk.
The church of St. Leonard is a Grade II listed building - more information about the listing can be found at the Historic England website.
Quite a few of the inscriptions on the memorials inside the church are too feint to be read now, and some of those remaining are difficult to read. If you have a transcription of these memorials perhaps you would allow us to add the details to the appropriate page.