HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND WAR GRAVES

St Michael's Church has a long history and as a result many people find they have significant family connections to this place.

Please note, all historic Baptism and Marriage Registers are now deposited in the County Record Office.  Please contact them direct to obtain information.

Burial and Grave Registers are still kept at the Church.  The Parish Archivist can arrange to undertake a Grave Search on your behalf. There is a small fee, payable in advance for any search, please contact us in you are interested.

 

The Churchyard is the location of a Commonwealth War Grave.  There are 24 graves of those killed in active service during the First and Second World Wars.

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