Peterstow is a village and Civil parish in Herefordshire, England, situated about 2 miles (3 km) west of Ross-on-Wye on the A49.
Among the general features of the village is the Parish Church, begun in the Norman period contained windows from 13th and 14th centuries; and so too the chancel. The door had a scissor braced roof. The tower and spire were 15th c. The pulpit was typically for Herefordshire a jacobean example.
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