Caption for Barton-under-Needwood, The Village C1955
The village gets its name from a Barton (or Berton), the old word for a rickyard. The village church of St James was remarkable for its time in that it was built all at once, and not over a couple of centuries. It was paid for by Dr John Taylor, a man of humble origins who rose through the ranks to become chaplain to Henry VIII and Master of the Rolls. The church was built in 1533.
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