Catalogue description Records of St Mary's Parish Church, Everton-with-Tetworth

This record is held by Huntingdonshire Archives

Details of HP24
Reference: HP24
Title: Records of St Mary's Parish Church, Everton-with-Tetworth
Date: 1628-1988
Held by: Huntingdonshire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Church of England, Church of St Mary, Everton-with-Tetworth

Physical description: c.220 items
Immediate source of acquisition:

The first records received from the parish were deposited in 1972 and given the accession number 2150. This number was then used to describe other deposits made in 1978, 1979, 1987, and 1987 that originally had accession numbers of their own. Records with the accession number 3735 were deposited in 1987, and 3828 in 1988.


This catalogue only includes items deposited by the Church. Accessions 3689 and 3789 (both now incorporated in 2150) were transferred from Bedfordshire County Record Office in 1987.

  • Everton, Bedfordshire
  • Tetworth, Huntingdonshire
  • Tetworth, Bedfordshire
  • Tetworth, Cambridgeshire
Administrative / biographical background:

Everton and Tetworth have been separate civil parishes since 1810, but together form the ancient ecclesiastical parish of Everton-with-Tetworth. This parish belongs to the archdeaconry of Huntingdon. Until 1837 it belonged to the diocese of Lincoln; since 1837 it has been in the diocese of Ely.


Everton has always belonged to Bedfordshire, but Tetworth was split between Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire until 1844, when the Bedfordshire section was transferred to Huntingdonshire. Everton was part of Biggleswade Poor Law Union 1836-1930; Biggleswade Rural Sanitary District 1875-1894; and Biggleswade Rural District 1894-1974. Since 1974 it has belonged to Mid-Bedfordshire District. Tetworth belonged to St Neots Poor Law Union, Rural Sanitary District, and Rural District. It is now part of Huntingdonshire District.

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