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Contiguous Parishes (our neighbours)
Codford - Fisherton Delamere - Imber - Knook - Maddington - Orcheston St George - Tilshead - Upton Lovell - West Lavington
GenUKI - For information on Chitterne All Saints
Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre - The Wiltshire County Archives for all historical documents and the place to obtain original copies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.
University of Leicester's - Website for Historical Trade Directories
Register of One-Place Studies - Chitterne Entry
Parish Churches of All Saints and St. Mary
Historically there were two churches serving the village of Chitterne situated about 0.2 miles apart. Both churches were established in the early part of the 14th Century.
The earliest vicars listed are for All Saints in 1306 and for St. Mary's in 1319. Church registers exist for both churches from 1654 as in 1653 since the two parishes were so small they were combined as one parish by Act of Parliament. The Benefices were united by deed in 1819 but did not share a vicar until the death of William Wapshare, Vicar of St. Mary's.
The first shared vicar was William Macdonald who was the incumbent of All Saints at the time of Wapshare's death. In 1861 the foundation stone was laid for the new church of All Saints & St Mary's; the church was consecrated in 1862.
Parish Register Transcripts
Parish Registers held at WSHC
1837 - Present Warminster Registration District
Buildings and Land
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People and Parish Notables
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Poor Law, Charity and The Workhouse
Inquisitions Post Mortem of Lands Held
War, Conflict and Military Matters
|Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book 1914-1918||William James Feltham 1916||Connected to Chitterne WWI - Percy Pike|
|War Memorial Window 1914-1918||Chitterne War Memorial||R.A.F. Crash 1936|
|Roll of Honour Plaque 1939-1945||Why the Poppy|