The nave is on the north side of the church; the south aisle appears to end as a chapelry.
The increasing duties of his chapelry had rendered this step necessary.
It is now merely a chapelry under Swaffham Prior, in which parish the western side of the township is situated.
Wood Enderby was at that time a chapelry attached to Horncastle Church.
The income of his chapelry was the munificent sum of £17 10 s.
The view is extensive in every direction, the village (strictly speaking the chapelry) lying on high ground.
In 1798 he was appointed to the chapelry of Little Horkesley in Essex, which he held till his death.
The custom of "crabbing the parson" was observed till lately at St. Kenelm's chapelry, near Stourbridge.
He concluded that one of the assistant priests from a chapelry under the great Church was ministering there in his stead.
The church, originally a chapelry belonging to Cleeve Abbey, was rebuilt in 1862.