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BOGNOR                               103
north transept are texts carved in 1633 by the care of Pastor John White, when he was thirty-eight years old. One of the two bells is dated 1636. A scratched circle that looks like a sundial in the tower is probably a mason's mark; there is a painted cross on an inside wall. The ridge of the nave is higher than the parapet of the tower, and the roof slopes down without a break to the top of the aisle wall, only a few feet from the ground.
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