Catalogue description PARISH OF NUTLEY

This record is held by East Sussex Record Office

Details of PAR432
Reference: PAR432
Title: PARISH OF NUTLEY
Description:

A faculty for a church and burial ground at Nutley in the parish of Maresfield was granted on 6 May 1844 (WSRO EpII/26/3 p319) and a conventional district assigned on 17 June 1847; the church, dedicated to St James the Less, was completed in 1848. The living was a perpetual curacy until 1868, when it became a vicarage during the incumbency of the Revd Albert Smallpiece. From c1910 until its demolition in 1958, the mission church of Twyford was served from Nutley. Summary of contents:

 

INCUMBENT

 

PAR432/1/2 Baptism registers; 1847-1902

 

PAR432/1/3 Marriage registers; 1847-1992

 

PAR432/1/4 Banns registers; 1852-1929

 

PAR432/2 Records relating to registers; 1916, 1940

 

PAR432/3 Service registers; 1913-1983

 

PAR432/7 Other records; 1884-2000

 

VESTRY

 

PAR432/12 Minutes; 1868-1924

 

PAR432/13 Other records; 1914-1920

 

PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL

 

PAR432/14 Minutes; 1920-1974

 

SCHOOLS

 

PAR432/25 Nutley National School; 1878-1903

Date: 1847-2000
Related material:

for the reminiscenses of Rev H J Peckham (1841-1922), vicar of Nutley 1882-1913, see AMS 5762

Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Church of England, Nutley Parish, East Sussex

Immediate source of acquisition:

Deposited by the incumbent and PCC, 17 June 1988 (ACC 5070), 19 February 1991 (ACC 5647), 24 August 1994 (ACC 6435), 11 February 1998 (ACC 7639), 18 April 2000 (ACC 8120)

Subjects:
  • Nutley, East Sussex
  • Religious institutions
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