Cotgrave All Saints

References

Archival Sources

Borthwick Institute, York

Fac 1818/9; Fac.Bk.4, pp. 44-6, 1818 faculty for church alterations

Lincolnshire Archives Office

Faculty Papers 1877

Faculty Books   7/1056  Church Restoration
 
  6/358 Sequestration 1858
 
  N/17/1860   Consecration

Consecration Register 2/1083/1860

253B/14  Petition for licence for Divine Service, 19 May 1877

Non-resident licences, bundles 4/3 (1840); 32/34 (1868)

Presentation Deeds, 215/40 (1859); 229/16 (1873)

Resignations, 241/22 (1873)

Nottinghamshire Archies Office

PR 8487    Advowson Transfer, 1942
 
PR 11168   Advowson Transfer, 1942
 
PR 9635   Sequestration, 1962
 
PR 9618   Brief, 1745-6
 
PR 9644-7   Cemetery wayleave, 1942-7
 
PR 9648-9   War Memorial, 1946-8
 
PR 9651   Removal of headstones, 1965
 
PR 9631   Register of Graves, 1900-55
 
PR 9691-7   Church Repair Charity, 1900-66
 
PR 9621   Reopening after restoration, 1878
 
PR 9663   Insurance policies, 1922-65
 
PR 9653-61   Churchwardens Accounts, 1893-1969
 
PR 9662   Free Will Offerings, 1950s
 
PR 9637   Glebe Terrier, 1811-58
 
PR 9638   Glebe 1966-7, 1970
 
PR 9633   Monumental Inscriptions, 1729-1903
 
PR 9630   Marriage Licences 1772, 1948
 
PR 9707   List of parish registers 1947
 
PR 9681-84   PCC Minutes 1943-69
 
DD CC 1/42/1   Church Fabric Fund, 1901-32
 
D 1/3/2/1   Terrier 1714-1817

Church of England Records Office

NB38  Articles of Enquiry, 1832, 1887, 1922

Published Sources

M.W. Bishop, ‘The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Windmill Hill, Cotgrave’ (Nottinghamshire County Council, 1988)

T.M. Blagg, ‘The Manors of Cotgrave’, TTS, 13 (1909), 69-79

John Cunnington, Architects, The Parish Church of All Saints, Cotgrave: Rebuilding Project Report (1998)

J.T. Godfrey, Notes on the Churches of Nottinghamshire: Hundred of Bingham (1908)

Adrian Henstock, ‘Lodge-on-the-Wolds: an asylum for “Virgins Chaste and Fair”’, Nottinghamshire Historian, 17 (1976)