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Stratton St. Margaret (Lower Stratton) - The OPC Is Nigel Chalk

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Wheatsheaf Inn Wheatsheaf Inn

Lower Stratton Village Gallery

Buildings and Land

Residential Streets Gallery                Footpaths Gallery


Lower Stratton Cemetery 1869-1985  (Please note that anything in italics within the spreadsheet has been added or amended and may not appear in the original registers.  More images will be available as and when the OPC can obtain copies.  Those available at present are marked with a YES within the spreadsheet).   Available images maybe viewed //www.flickr.com/photos/123290016@N08/sets/72157643934965764/" target="_blank" dir="ltr" data-mce-href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/123290016@N08/sets/72157643934965764/">here.

Available images and look ups for dates after 1985 can be obtained by contacting the OPC via the Contact Us Tab at the top of this page and selecting OPCs from the drop down menu. It is anticipated that all Headstones will be photographed and made available online until that time please request a copy from the OPC who can be contacted via the Contact us link at the top of the page.


Farms Gallery

Church Farm

Church Farm

Elborough Farm

The farm covered 124 acres.  The 1841 to 1871 Censuses show Henry Elborough as farmer here.  In 1881 Edward Burrow was listed as head and the 1931 Kelly’s Directory shows Charles E Freeth living here.   The buildings were demolished in 1987, the farmland becoming Stratone Village.


School Board Meeting 1902

Employment and Business

Employment & Business Gallery

New Co-Op Store 2004

Non Conformity and Other Places of Worship

Methodist Church

Centenary Organ Fund Appeal 1930               Centenary Organ Dedication 1938

People and Parish Notables

People Gallery

For entries in the 1868 Poll Book please refer to the main Stratton St. Margaret Page

Poor Law, Charity and the Workhouse

Charities 1800 - Present


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