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Description - Parish

St. Stephanuskerk (Oude Kerk) in Borne, Overijssel, NL

MeMO institution ID and name
MeMO institution ID 474
Name (Dutch) St. Stephanuskerk (Oude Kerk)
Name (English) St Stephen's Church
Patron saint(s)
  • Stephen
Additional remarks
Location (according to current geography)
Province Overijssel, NL - Netherlands
Settlement Borne
Coordinates 249/480A
Diocese before 1559 Utrecht
Diocese after 1559 Deventer
Parish Borne
Date of foundation 1206
Founder(s) or main benefactor(s)
Right of collation St Lebuin's Collegiate Church (Deventer)
Phases in the institutional history First time mentioned in 1206. It is likely that this church had a predecessor.
Date of reformation (or dissolution)
Additional remarks
Extant memorial objects and/or texts concerning memoria
Memorial objects
Text carriers
  • Grootenboer, J.J. , De Oude Kerk van Borne : een eenvoudige hemel op boerenaarde (Venlo 2006)
  • Jansen, K.E. , Opgravingen in de oude hervormde kerk in Borne, Westerheem : tweemaandelijks orgaan van de Archaeologische Werkgemeenschap voor Westelijk Nederland 23 (1974), 166-174, 166-174
  • 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), 479
  • Otter, J. , De restauratie van de schilderingen in de Ned. Herv. Kerk te Borne., Jaarboek Twente (1975), 81-88, 81-88
  • Rientjes, A.E. , Steenen offerblokken in de kerken van Den Ham en Borne. (Z.P. 1931)
  • Woolderink, H.A.M. , De Hof te Borne : 800 jaar geschiedenis van De Hof, de kerk en het dorp Borne, 1206-2006 ( Borne 2006)
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Building history

General date of construction 1400-1450
Church or chapel(s)
Name Borne, St Stephen's Church
Date of foundation >1425
Date of consecration
Short history of the building stages 1425-1450: Construction of the tower and the choir. 1482: Construction of the nave. 1500: Construction of the sacristy. 1919-1920: Restoration.
Additional remarks Part of the inventory are three bells (1457,1645; François Hemony, 1679; Jan Fremy), various wall paintings (fifteenth century), a sandstone offertory box (ca.1500), a sandstone pulpit (1600), a church organ made by J.H. Holtgräve (1841; possible with remnants of an older organ), three altar stones and several sixteenth century tombstones (for example in memory of Johannes Weleveld †1525 and his wife †1526).
Burial ground
Location
Date of consecration
Date of clearance
Extant building remnants
Demolition
Additional remarks
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