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See Alms Box, Skipwith for the caption.
I [Liam] would guess that the arch over the door is Norman, and hence from about A.D. 1070 – 1150, judging by the smooth curve with no point and by the zig-zags. The wooden door itself is probably more recent, although it seems to have enough repairs that it might be original. There is a notice pinned to the door.
April 2, 1870.