Hexham Abbey, St. Andrew’s, Market Place
- c674: founded by St. Wilfrid as a Benedictine abbey, the crypt of which still exists.
- 681 – c821: a cathedral.
- 1113: refounded as an Augustinian priory.
- 1537: dissolved; continued in use as the parish church; the chancel and transepts of this church remain in use.
- 1858: E end rebuilt by John Dobson.
- 1908: nave rebuilt; architect: Temple Moore.
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