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Books and other documents
PublishedTitle, author and references
1852Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey by The Rev. Arthur Hussey, M.A. ⇒ p. 300; p. 377
1861Waldron: Its Church, Its Mansions, and Its Manors by The Rev. John Ley, B.D. ⇒ p. 82

Historical records

1225Occupation Rector of WaldronRichard N/KAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1373Occupation Rector of WaldronRobert WilloughbyAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

c 1480Occupation Rector of WaldronMatthew BrandrethAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1484Occupation Rector of WaldronWilliam Mill, B.C.L.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

c 1500Occupation Rector of WaldronRobert FrankyssheAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1504 to 1535Occupation Rector of WaldronGiles BanysAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1535 to 1542Occupation Rector of WaldronWilliam HoweAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1542 to 1544Occupation Rector of WaldronHugh HarrisAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1544 to 1558Occupation Rector of WaldronJohn FissherAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1558 to 1595Occupation Rector of WaldronJohn Atherton, A.M.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1595Occupation Rector of WaldronJames TompsettAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

c 1600Occupation Rector of WaldronRichard Melbourne, S.T.P.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1610 to 1614Occupation Rector of WaldronRalph Keyllway, A.B.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1614 to 1617Occupation Rector of WaldronJohn Willard, A.M.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

c 1665Occupation Rector of WaldronEzekiel CharkAll Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1670 to 1707Occupation Rector of WaldronJohn Tattersall, A.M.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1707 to 1729Occupation Rector of WaldronRichard Lidgould, A.M.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1729 to 1742Occupation Rector of WaldronJames Hargraves, S.T.P.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1742 to 1757Occupation Rector of WaldronThomas James, M.A.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1757 to 1784Occupation Rector of WaldronWilliam Delves, A.M.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1784 to 1821Occupation Rector of WaldronThe Reverend Sir Henry Poole, LL.B.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1821 to 1850Occupation Rector of WaldronThomas Raynes, A.B.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1850Occupation Rector of WaldronJohn Ley, B.D.All Saints' ChurchWaldron by Rev. Ley

1867Directory entryAll Saints' ChurchPost Office Directory
The church of All Saints is an ancient structure, and consists of stone tower with 8 bells, chancel, nave, and north and south aisles, and was thoroughly restored in 1802: it contains many brasses and monumental inscriptions of the Dyke, Offley, Fuller, Dalrymple, and other families. The register dates from the Reformation.

1874Directory entryAll Saints' ChurchPost Office Directory
The church of All Saints is an ancient structure, and consists of stone tower with 8 bells, chancel, nave, and aisles, and was thoroughly restored in 1862: it contains many brasses and monumental inscriptions of the Dyke, Offley, Fuller, Dalrymple, and other families. The register dates from the Reformation. The living is a rectory, yearly value £455, with residence, in the gift of Exeter College, Oxford, and held hy the Rev. John Ley, B.D., formerly of that college; Rev. George Hayes, M.A., of St. Alban Hall, Oxon, curate.

1882Directory entryAll Saints' ChurchKelly's Directory
The church of All Saints is an ancient structure in the Early English and Decorated styles and consists of chancel, nave, aisle and stone tower containing 8 bells : it contains many brasses and monumental inscriptions to the Dyke, Offley, Fuller, Dalrymple and other families and was thoroughly restored in 1862. The register dates from the year 1564.

1900The ChurchThe Church, WaldronPrivate collection

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