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St Nicholas' Church is a Church of England church in Broadwey, Dorset, England. It has Norman origins, but most of the existing church dates from 19th century work. St Nicholas' was the parish church of Broadwey until 1933 when the village became a suburb of Weymouth. The church became Grade II listed in 1953. A number of 19th century chest tombs and headstones in the churchyard are also Grade II listed, including those of the Firth, Melchior, Beale, Bartlett and Nicholson families. A World War I memorial is also located in the churchyard.

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  • St Nicholas' Church is a Church of England church in Broadwey, Dorset, England. It has Norman origins, but most of the existing church dates from 19th century work. St Nicholas' was the parish church of Broadwey until 1933 when the village became a suburb of Weymouth. The church became Grade II listed in 1953. A number of 19th century chest tombs and headstones in the churchyard are also Grade II listed, including those of the Firth, Melchior, Beale, Bartlett and Nicholson families. A World War I memorial is also located in the churchyard. (en)
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  • St Nicholas' Church is a Church of England church in Broadwey, Dorset, England. It has Norman origins, but most of the existing church dates from 19th century work. St Nicholas' was the parish church of Broadwey until 1933 when the village became a suburb of Weymouth. The church became Grade II listed in 1953. A number of 19th century chest tombs and headstones in the churchyard are also Grade II listed, including those of the Firth, Melchior, Beale, Bartlett and Nicholson families. A World War I memorial is also located in the churchyard. (en)
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