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Holy Trinity Church, Boltby
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Parish||Felixkirk with Boltby|
|Diocese||Diocese of York|
Holy Trinity Church, Boltby is a parish church in the Church of England in Boltby.
The first chapel was founded in 1409 and was rebuilt on 23 October 1802.
Pevsner noted that the church was rebuilt in 1859 by William Burn, but there is no mention of this in contemporary newspapers. There is a report in the Yorkshire Gazette of 12 January 1856 which states that it was restored by the architects, (John) Atkinson of York, with the church furniture being made by French of Bolton-le-Moors. The church re-opened on 8 January 1856. The porch was added in 1907.
Parish registers date from around 1600.
The church is a chapel of ease to St Felix’s Church, Felixkirk.
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