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All Saints Church Glossop

 


The church, which is dedicated to All Saints, is an ancient structure: the body has been rebuilt, and public worship was performed in it, for the first time after the repairs were completed, in September 1832. The living is a discharged vicarage, in the patronage of the Duke of Norfolk, and incumbency of the Rev. Christopher Howe. In the church is a monument, by Bacon, to the memory of Joseph Hague Esq. of Park Hall, near Hayfield, who bequeathed the interest of £1,000, towards clothing twenty four poor men and women, of this and some of the adjacent townships. Pigot`s 1835 Directory

My thanks to Glossop Local History Society for allowing me to use their transcript of the registers.  This is being checked against the original registers at Derbyshire Record Office.  There are gaps in the register.  It is possible some of the missing entries will be on the Bishops Transcripts.

Full Parish Register

Selection only-includes some BTs

1620-1732

1732-1781

1781-1795

1796-1812

1813-1827

1827-1837

          

     

June 1620 to Dec 1908

1620-1744

1754-1778

1778-1812

1813-1837

          

July 1620 to December 1923

1620-1696

1696-1776

1781-1800

1801-1812

1813-1837

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February 1621 to January 1859