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Salisbury - St. Thomas & St. Edmund - The OPC is Jodi Fuller

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Salisbury St. Edmund & St. Thomas photo gallery

St. Thomas is now joined with St. Edmund to form the parish of St. Thomas & St Edmund.

Books

Church Wardens Accounts St. Edmund & St. Thomas Sarum

St. Edmund

St. Edmund

Websites

History of St. Edmund's Parish - Church Website
St. Edmund's Parish - Parish Website
Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre - The Wiltshire County Archives for all historical documents and the place to obtain original copies
Wiltshire Community History - Historical information for parishes within the Wiltshire County jurisdiction.

 

The Church of St. Edmund

Bishop de la Wyle founded a collegiate church here in 1269 to serve the newly created parish of St. Edmund.  Nothing remains of this church and in 1407 a new church was built.  The nave was used as the parish church and the chancel used by the priests of the college.  The church was closed as a place of worship in 1974; it is now an Arts Centre.

The Church has been at the heart of the city, close to the market place, since 1246. It houses the largest and best preserved Doom painting still surviving., depicting the Last judgement. The tower has a clock with striking "Jacks" dated 1582.

Provosts 1313-1544         Churchwardens 1443-1702          Vestry Meeting 1867                Obituary of Rev. Herbert Hawes 1837

Parish Register Transcripts

Marriages

1559-1600          1600-1650          1650-1700           1700-1750           1751-1800           1801-1837 

Parish Registers held at WSHC

Baptisms 1560-1973
Marriages 1559-1974
Burials 1559-1973

 

Parish History

Civil Registration

1837 - 1869 Salisbury Registration District
1869 - 1895 Alderbury Registration District
1895 - Present Salisbury Registration District

 

Buildings and Land

Land & Building News 1763

 

Crime and Legal Matters

A Notorious Criminal 1836               Bastardy Examinations 1854                Trial of Reverend George Radcliffe 1858

 

Education

 

Emigration and Migration

Strays Index                 Truckle Family Emigration to South Australia 1854                    Naturalisation Record - John Rogg 1890

 

Employment and Business

Community Services

Metropolitan Police Pensions Record - Henry Attwood 1843-1858

 

Miscellaneous Documents

 

Non Conformity and Other Places of Worship

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts 1800-1899

 

People and Parish Notables

Associations, Clubs, Organisations and Societies

Wiltshire Friendly Society Membership 1837-1871

Biographies

Hannah Fulford 1762-1838                    Edmund The Foundling c1830

Census Returns Transcripts

1841          1851           1861

Elections and Polls

Poll Book 1865                  MP Nominations 2015

Family Notices

1800-1849

Inquest Reports

Charles Wheeler 1875

Obituaries

William Dore 1868

Wedding Reports

Batons at a Salisbury Wedding 1926 

 

Poor Law, Charity and the Workhouse

Workhouse Audit 1858

 

Probate

Probate Index 1561-1881 (WSHC)

Inquisitions Post Mortem of Lands Held

John le Stut 1305                Giles Tooker 1627

 

War, Conflict and Military Matters

Why the Poppy                 Chelsea Pensioners 1808-1828                Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book 1914-1918                  Rev. W. R. F. Addison VC 1916

 

 

St. Thomas

St. Thomas

Websites

The Building of St. Thomas' Church - Church Website
History of St. Thomas' Parish - Church Website
St. Thomas' Parish - Parish Website
Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre - The Wiltshire County Archives for all historical documents and the place to obtain original copies
Wiltshire Community History - Historical information for parishes within the Wiltshire County jurisdiction.

 

The Church of St. Thomas

St. Thomas Interior

Interesting Parish Register Entries 1550-1559

Parish Register Transcripts

Marriages

1570-1599           1600-1629           1629-1679           1680-1729           1730-1779           1780-1812 

Parish Registers held at WSHC

Baptisms 1570-1984
Marriages 1570-1943
Burials 1570-1936

 

Parish History

St. Thomas is now joined with St. Edmund to form the parish of St. Thomas & St. Edmund.

Civil Registration

1837 - 1869 Salisbury Registration District
1869 - 1895 Alderbury Registration District
1895 - Present Salisbury Registration District

 

Buildings and Land

 

Crime and Legal Matters

Bastardy Examinations 1792

 

Emigration and Migration

Strays Index                  Emigrant - Thomas & Elizabeth Young 1768-1847              

 

Miscellaneous Documents

 

People and Parish Notables

People Gallery

Associations, Clubs, Organisations and Societies

Wiltshire Friendly Society Membership 1837-1871

Census Returns Transcripts

1841        1851         1861         

Elections and Polls

Poll Book 1865

Family Notices

1800-1849                 1850-1899                 

Parish Notables

Benjamin Banke - Violin Maker

 

Poor Law, Charity and The Workhouse

Workhouse Census 1841          Workhouse Census 1861

 

Probate

Probate Index 1560-1876 (WSHC)

Parishioners Wills

James Shrimpton Proved 1834

 

War, Conflict and Military

Military and War Memorials Gallery

Why the Poppy                 Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book 1914-1918

The Book of Remembrance 

Salisbury Councillor Bobbie Chettleburgh is an active member of St. Thomas. The Mayoral Appeal for 2003/4, the year she was Mayor, was for the church and to fund the preparation of the Book, which lists 'Salisbury's sons and daughters killed in conflict since 1914'.  The data is used with kind permission.             Chettleburgh Book of Remembrance              Book of Remembrance           

 

 

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