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Description - Parish

St. Johannes de Doperkerk in IJzendoorn, Gelderland, NL

MeMO institution ID and name
MeMO institution ID 457
Name (Dutch) St. Johannes de Doperkerk
Name (English) St John the Baptist's Church
Patron saint(s)
  • John the Baptist
Additional remarks
Location (according to current geography)
Province Gelderland, NL - Netherlands
Settlement IJzendoorn
Coordinates 165/435A
Diocese before 1559 Utrecht
Diocese after 1559 Utrecht
Parish IJzendoorn
Date of foundation 1384
Founder(s) or main benefactor(s)
Right of collation
Phases in the institutional history St John the Baptist's Church was a former chapel of the parish Echteld. It was made independent in 1384.
Date of reformation (or dissolution)
Additional remarks
Extant memorial objects and/or texts concerning memoria
Memorial objects
Text carriers
  • Beaufort, R.F.P. de; Berg, H.M. van den , De Nederlandse monumenten van geschiedenis en kunst III. De provincie Gelderland, 1e stuk: Het Rijk van Nijmegen, onderdeel: De Betuwe (The Hague 1968), 237-240
  • Joosting & Muller Hzn., J.G.C.& S., Bronnen voor de geschiedenis der kerkelijke rechtspraak in het bisdom Utrecht in de Middeleeuwen. I: S. Muller Hzn, De indeeling van het bisdom (The Hague 1915), 430
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Building history

General date of construction 1300-1400
Church or chapel(s)
Name IJzendoorn, St John the Baptist's Church
Date of foundation
Date of consecration
Short history of the building stages 1384: The construction of the current church started in 1384. The choir was constructed in the fourteenth century. <1500: In the fifteenth century the nave (with southern portal) and tower were constructed. 1949-1955: During the Second World War the church was heavily damaged. Restorations were made between 1949-1955. Afterwards a consistory was constructed near the nave.
Additional remarks Parts of the inventory are a pulpit (seventeenth century) and a bell cage with bell (1527).
Burial ground
Location
Date of consecration
Date of clearance
Extant building remnants
Demolition
Additional remarks
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