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St John the Baptist, Tideswell

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The church of St John the Baptist in Tideswell is a Church of England parish church. Background Although it is not actually a cathedral, due to its size and splendour, the church is widely known as the "Cathedral of the Peak". It is one of the most famous churches in Derbyshire, and a Grade I listed building. History In 1250–51, the church became embroiled in a dispute between Lichfield Cathedral and Lenton Priory in Nottinghamshire. Tideswell was one of a number of parishes that had been granted to Lenton Priory by the Peverel family during the 11th century. Following William Peverel the Younger's accusations of treason, the family's lands in the Peak District were seized by the crown and granted by King Henry II to his son, John (later John, King of England). After acceding to the throne, John granted the lands to the Bishop of Lichfield and in turn they passed to the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral. This transfer started approximately 300 years of dis
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