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Codford (St. Peter) - OPC Vacancy

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St. Peter, Codford St. Peter, Codford

Codford St. Peter Village (Permanent)         Codford St. Peter Village Gallery (Temporary)

The Parish Church of St. Peter

Church Gallery (Permanent)          St. Peter Church Gallery (Temporary)             Church Interior (Permanent)          St. Peter Interior Gallery (Temporary)               Churchyard Gallery (Permanent)          Churchyard Gallery (Temporary)                  Churchyard Survey

Incumbents List 1545-1814 Stolen Articles Held by Churchwardens 1807 Rectory Appointments 1839-1928
Grant Approved for Building New North Aisle 1863 Re-opening of Church 1864 Concert in Aid of Choir Funds 1866
Festival of Choirs at Heytesbury 1868 Saxon Cross 1937  

Church Memorials

Thomas Polden 1753 Wrench Thring 1781 Mary & Ann Thring 1784 & 1790
Maria Emilia Awdry 1814 Ann Thring 1824 Rev. John Dampier 1839
Dionysia & James Raxworthy 1841 & 1855 Elizabeth Smith 1844 James Slade 1846
Betty Head 1860 James Henry Raxworthy Window 1862 Sophia Harriet Ravenhill 1863
Sophia H. Ravenhill Window 1864 John & Mary Brind Window 1881 Rev. Henry Wightwick 1884
Isaac Flower 1889 Sarah Wightwick & Sons Window 1907 Thomas King Harding 1916
Macleane & Wightwicks 1923, 1926 & 1931 Douglas Macleane Pulpit Plaque 1925 Rev. Edward Denny 1928
Stuart Carey Houston 1947 John Sainsbury Torrie 2006  

Parish Register Transcripts



Parish Registers Held at WSHC

Baptisms 1597-1900
Marriages 1619-1991
Burials 1597-1978
Records available from Other Sources


Buildings and Land

Domesday Book              Owners of Land 1873

Listed Buildings

Grade I - Buildings of outstanding architectural or historic interest.

There are no buildings in this part of the village listed within this category

Grade II* - Buildings are particularly important and of more than special interest.

Church of St. Peter

Grade II - Buildings are nationally important and of special interest.
41 and 42 Beanis Path Boundary Post Opposite the Happy Eater Cafe Farm Buildings in Yard on North Side of Manor Farm
French Horn 52, 53 and 54 High Street 68 High Street
69 High Street 76 High Street  
Manor Farmhouse Manor House Manor House Cottage
Milepost at South Entrance to Hillside Cafe Milepost opposite the Old Manse Old Manor House
Old Manse Old Rectory Overton House with Front Walls and Railings
Ox Barn Poplars with Front Gates and Railings Stable Cottage
Steps, Revetment Walls & Gate Piers to Church Wool House Wool Store

Property for Auction, Let or Sale 

Wool House 2014                 Wool Store Apartments 2014                69 High Street 2015                 Stable Cottage 2015

Public Houses

Public Houses Gallery

George Hotel

George Hotel for Sale 2014

Crime and Legal Matters

Daring Robbery 1803 Shot Fired through Window 1836 William Richardson - Stolen Sugar Nippers 1851
  Wiltshire Gentleman and the Sheriff's Officers 1865 Breach of Cattle Plague Orders 1866-1867
Thomas Bennett - Stolen Slabs of Wood 1868 Selling Cider Without a License  


3 Charged with Assault 1854


Stephen Toogood - 7 years for Sheep Stealing - 1830                  Thomas Whale - Life for Burglary - 1841



Post Office Telephone 1940



Parish School of Codford St. Peter 1697-1702               


Emigration and Migration

Emigration to Australia

Bennett Family Emigration to South Australia 1854     

Emigration to Canada

Letter from Canada 1835 

Emigration to the United States of America     

Frederick Carpenter - Emigration to the U.S.A. 1923

General Items

Strays Index                   Emigration Home Contact Requested 1800 - Present       




Great Sheep Fair 1857


Wiltshire Society Apprentices

Alexander Hill 1844                  Edwin Smith 1866                 Wiltshire Society Apprentices Notice 1866

Community Services

Metropolitan Police Pensions Record - Thomas Alford 1866-1892

Employment News


Medical Matters

General Medical Council Registrations 1859-1959


People and Parish Notables


Thomas Sturgiss Drowned 1860           Loss and Misfortune Thomas King 1862

Associations, Clubs, Organisations and Societies

Union Friendly Society Annual Meeting 1823              Wiltshire Friendly Society Membership 1827-1871


Bankruptcy Report of James Raxworthy 1865 

Census Returns Transcripts

1841          1851           1861           1871           1881           1891           1901           1911

Coroners Bill

Coroners Bills 1752-1796

Elections and Polls

Poll of Freeholders 1772                 Poll Book 1865

Family Notices

1700-1799          1800-1849           1900-1949

Funeral Reports

Funeral Report of Isaac Flower 1889

Inquest Reports

Infant Child 1799 Infant Child 1811 William Sparey 1835
Henry Colston Watkins 1843 Sarah Trowbridge 1843 Betsey Oliver 1848
George Dallimore 1853 James Jukes 1861 Sarah Jane Mabott 1861
John Everley 1864 Henry Charles Sparey 1870 Susanna James 1871

Poor Law, Charity and the Workhouse

Reward for John Penny Who Left his Family Chargeable to the Parish 1834 Fete for Poor of Codford St. Peter & Ashton Giffard 1837
Donation to Salisbury Infirmary to J. A. Ingram 1849 Disease & Suffering Unrelieved, The Bath Board of Guardians 1857


Inquisition Post Mortem of Thomas Lambert 1639


War, Conflict and Military Matters

War Memorials & Military Gallery

Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book 1914-1918 St. Peter Memorial Window 1914-1918 St. Peter Roll of Honour 1914-1918
St. Peter Roll of Honour 1939-1945 WWII Pillbox 2014  

Casualties of WWI

Percy Brown 1918 Henry Cull 1916 Barry Maynard Rynd Denny 1914 
Alfred Henry Ford 1916 Charles Singleton 1916 George Smith 1915
Frederick Sparey 1916 George Sparey 1914 Albert Edward Thomas 1914
Frederick Edward Tullett 1915 Frederick Whatley 1916 Henry Charles White 1918

Casualties of WWII

Charles Homer Bosworth 1939 Percival Frank Conduit 1943 Anthony Strangman Hancock 1945
Alan Roney-Dougal 1945 Albert Ben Sheppard 1944 Thomas Robert Stacey 1945
Guy Napier Westley 1944    


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