Edingley St Giles


Archival Sources

Nottinghamshire Archives Office

Diocesan Registers – Faculties.

Published Sources

Archbishop Herring's Visitation Returns, 1743, Volume IV.

British History Online: Edingley.

British Listed Buildings.

Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers, Vol. IV, 1362-1404 (1902)

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Dawson, G., Church Bells of Nottinghamshire, Part 1 (1995).

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DSA Architect Biography Report 2010: Charles Hodgson Fowler.

The Buildings of England - Nottinghamshire by Nicholas Pevsner. 2nd Edition.

The 1851 Religious Census: Nottinghamshire.

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Southwell Diocesan Magazine, 1889 – 1940, Vol Vll Jan 1894; No 71 Dec 1894; No 82
Vol XXll Jan 1909; No 250 Dec 1909 No 261

[The] Register of John le Romeyn Lord Archbishop of York 1286-1296, Part I (1913)

[The] Register of Thomas of Corbridge Lord Archbishop of York 1300-1304, Part I (1925)

[The] Register of William Greenfield Lord Archbishop of York 1306-1315, Part IV (1938)

[The] Register of William Melton Archbishop of York 1317-1340, Vol V (2002)

Raven, J. J., The Bells of England, 1906.

The National Archives: Manorial Documents Register: GB/NNAF/M223640 (Edingley).

The Taxatio Database, 1291: www.hrionline.ac.uk/taxatio/index.html

Valor Ecclesiasticus, 5 vols., Record Commission (1810-1834); Vol 5 (1825), pgs. 152; 189

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David D. Atkins, Architect.

Canon John Wickstead.