Contiguous Parishes (our neighbours)
Draycot Cerne - Great Somerford - Grittleton - Hullavington - Kington St. Michael - Leigh Delamere - Malmesbury - Seagry
Duncan and Mandy Ball's - Website for images of St Giles Church
GenUKI - For information relating to Wiltshire and Stanton St. Quintin
Wiltshire Swindon Archives - For old maps of Stanton St. Quintin
Wiltshire Swindon Archives - For Stanton St. Quintin wills
Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre - The Wiltshire County Archives for all historical documents and the place to obtain original copies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.
Register of One-Place Studies - Stanton St. Quintin Entry
The Parish Church of St. Giles
The church has a very different kind of bell tower, a massive twelfth century structure rising between nave and chancel, its upper part however, being a restoration. Below, the crossing is impressive with a fine carved west arch of the period. There is interesting work of the twelfth/thirteenth century period both inside and outside the church, notably the nave arcade. There is a Norman font and an unusual twelfth century statue of Christ seated on a dragon.
Parish Register Transcripts
Parish Registers Held at WSHC
BTs 1847-1886 are held at Bristol Record Office
The parish of Stanton St. Quintin is approximately 5 miles south west of Malmesbury and 5 miles north west of Chippenham.
1837 - Present Chippenham Registration District
Buildings and Land
Domesday Reference Book
Glastonbury Abbey; Stanton St Quintin, Littleton Drew; TRE the Abbot of Glastenbury leased (praestitit) six acres of meadow in Stanton St Quintin to Beorhtric. Osbern Giffard now holds them. Similarly, the abbot leased (praestitit) four acres of meadow to Alweard in Littleton Drew. Bishop Geoffrey now holds them. These ten acres of meadow ought to lie in Christian Malford.
More photographs and information about Stanton St. Quintin, including John Aubrey's visit in the 1660's.
Crime and Legal Matters
Emigration and Migration
Employment and Business
Apprentice records published here may not necessarily mean that the apprentice was from the parish but was apprenticed to a master within the parish.
Non Conformity and Other Places of Worship
People and Parish Notables
Census Returns Transcripts
Elections and Polls
Personal Research Items
Tuck Family Research Burial Extracts - These items were donated by Ken Tuck and contains entries that may or may not relate to the Tuck family however they have been published as such. Many references to Quaker entries may be found from across the county.
Poor Law, Charity and the Workhouse