Weston All Saints


Archival Sources

University of Nottingham Manuscripts and Special Collections

AN/PB 294/1/222
AN/PB 295/2/115

Published Sources

M. Austin, Under the Heavy Clouds: the Church of England in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire 1911-1915 (2004), p. 103.

Mabbs, Churches in Notts (1879).

S. L. Ollard and P. C. Walker (eds), Archbishop Herring’s Visitation Returns, IV (Wakefield, 1930).

Rev. T. W. Swift, All Saints’ Church Weston (Notts Information Index, Pamphlet).

Raine’s Blyth (Notts Information Index).

B. H. Thompson, ‘The Medieval Church Architecture of Nottinghamshire’ in E. L. Guildford, Memorials of Old Nottinghamshire (London, 1912), pp. 12-33.

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Associated Architectural Societies of Lincolnshire, 15 (1880).

Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1391-1396

[The] Cartulary of Blyth Priory (1973)

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White’s Trade Directory, 1844.