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All Saints' Church, Elston
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Heritage designation||Grade II* listed|
|Deanery||Newark and Southwell|
|Diocese||Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham|
The church dates from the 13th century. It was restored in 1837. The chancel was restored and the vestry rebuilt in 1856.
- John Darwin, 1805, by Wallis, Newark. North chancel
- Will Darwin, 1760. South chancel
- George Chapell, 1766. South nave
- George Lascelles, 1616, Tower arch
- William Alvey Darwin, 1783 by Wallis, Newark. South aisle, west wall
- Jane Darwin, 1835
- Robert Darwin, 1754. North wall
- Robert Waring Darwin, 1816, by Wallis, Newark. North aisle wall
- Elizabeth Hill Darwin, 1804, by Taylor of York
- William Waring, 1835. West wall
- Elizabeth Darwin, 1835, by Tyley, Bristol
- Jane Eleanor Darwin, 1838. South wall
- Ann Darwin, 1813, by Wallis of Newark. Tower, south wall
- Susanna Darwin, 1789 by Wallis of Newark. West wall
- William Darwin 1682
- John Darwin, 1818, by Wallis and Marshall. North wall
Bust of Erasmus Darwin on marble support, left of altar.
The organ is by Bishop and Starr dating from 1872. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
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