For this church:
Rempstone All Saints
Nottinghamshire Archives Office
Archdeaconry Act Books DDTS 1-25.
Parish Registers: Rempstone.
Bishops Transcripts: Rempstone.
Faculties PR 21432/1-11.
Southwell Diocese donations:
Surveyors report, 5 Oct 1893; letter dated 16 Nov 1893.
Southwell Diocesan Calendar (1932).
Quarter Sessions Act Books QSMI/1-12.
Wills & Inventories, various: Rempstone.
Census Returns: 1841-1891.Miscellaneous: Deeds. Miscellaneous: Deeds.
Nottingham University Manuscripts Department
Archdeaconry Act Books A39-47
Church of England Records Centre
Lambeth Palace Library
Act Books of the Archbishop of Canterbury 1663-1859. xiv, 199
Lincolnshire Archives Office
Non-resident licences, bundles 5/12 (1841), 12/7 (1848)
Presentation Deeds, 198/5 (1842), 203/6 (1847), 216/32 (1860), 217/36 (1861), 229/26 (1873), 237B/7 (1883)
Mortgages under Gilbert’s Act (MGA) 336 (1849), plans
Resignations, 245/10 (1861), 247/26 (1873), 248/14 (1883)
Borthwick Institute, York
Probate wills and inventories
C J Brooke, A Survey of NottinghamshireChurchBell Frames: An Interim Report, Transactions of the Thoroton Society, LXXXVII (1983), pp. 46-53.
J D Chambers, Nottinghamshire in the 18th Century (1932), pp. 84-5, 164, 343.
H H Copnall, NottinghamshireCounty Records (1915).
J C Cox, Churches in Nottinghamshire (1912), p. 99. Also notes in an annotated interleaved copy of this book in Southwell Minster library.
Crockford’s, Clerical Directories: 1865, 1868, 1888, 1898, 1908, p. 641, 1927-8, p. 394, 1938, p. 359, 1948, 1957-8, 1959-60, p. 312, 1977-8, 2000-01.
G A Dawson, Church Bells of Nottinghamshire (1995), pp. 188-9.
J Foster, Alumni Oxonienses (1968).
William Powell Hunt, Memoir (1845). Nottingham. Central Library reference,
J T Godfrey, Notes on the Churches of Nottinghamshire. Hundred of Rushcliffe (1887), pp. 221-31.
A Mee (Ed), The King's England, Nottinghamshire (1989), p. 240.
Nottinghamshire Family History Society. Gravestones recorded at All Saints, Rempstone from 1776 to 1977.
W Stretton, Stretton Manuscripts (Nottingham, 1910), p. 181.
R Thoroton, (ed. by Throsby, J.), The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire (1790-96).
M Watts, Religion in Victorian Nottinghamshire: The Religious Census of 1851 (1988), (2 vols.) p. xvii (2 refs.).
J A Venn, Alumni Cartabrigiensis 1752-1900 (Cambridge, 1953) pt. II, vol. III, G-J, p. 450 quoting Walker I A 360 Cant. Act Bk.; Foster, Index Eccles.
F White, History, Directory and Gazetteer: Nottinghamshire (1853).
P M White, Notes on the buildings of Rempstone (1988), Nottingham Central Library reference, L90.2 REMP. A brief was issued under the authority of George III for the demolition of the old church and for arranging for subscription to build the new church.
A descriptive leaflet of All Saint Parish Church, Rempstone gives useful information on the glass windows.
A 1966 inscription by Marion Roberts, which is hung in the church, gives a brief history of the two churches including the churchyard.
I am indebted to Alan Wilson, the churchwarden, for information on the priest in charge and assistant priests at Rempstone from 1970 to 2008.