West Yorkshire Archaeology Service
This oak ceiling at Almondbury was erected as part of a programme of rebuilding in the early 16th century. An inscription gives its date as 1522. The work was commissioned by the Kayes a local wealthy family. It is similar to other ceilings of the period to be seen at Rothwell and North Featherstone.
See also Tudor Churches
Photograph P. Gwilliam ©WYAS
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