Coddington All Saints


Archival Sources

Coddington Churchwardens Accounts, Levies and Vouchers c1730-1730

Will of John de Codyngton King’s Clerk and parson of Bottesford, proved in 1367.

1760 Coddington Enclosure Act

Surviving Churchwarden Accounts from 1785 -1869

Catalogue of Archdeaconry of Nottingham Presentment Bills

Coddington Census Returns 1841-1901

Unpublished research from Michael Hall, in preparation for a book about G F Bodley

First Log-Book of Coddington National School 1871-1912

Coddington parish registers

Published Sources

Primary sources

Domesday Book

Papal Bulls, 1163 and 1171

Taxatio ecclesiastica 1291

Patent Rolls 1216-1452

Nonarum Inquisitiones in Curia Scaccarii, temp. Regis Edwardi III (Record Commission 1807)

Inquisitions and assessments Relating to Feudal aids, 1284-1431, Vol IV, London: HMSO (1906)

Fine Rolls of Henry III

Valor Ecclesiasticus, 5 vols., Record Commission (1810-1834); Vol 5 (1825)

Newark Advertiser – Report on the Church Reopening, 1865

Coddington History Group

Trade Directories 1832 – 1960 (held by Newark Local Studies Library)

British History Online

1957 Coddington Church Inspection Report


Baylay, A. M. Y., 'Coddington Church', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 15, 1911, [1]-3

Brenda M Pask, Newark Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene (2000)

E.C. Wake, A History Of Collingham and its neighbourhood.

East Midlands Archaeological Research Framework: Anglo-Saxon Nottinghamshire

Parishes in Nottinghamshire until 1842 (website of Manuscripts and Special Collections, University of Nottingham)

Thoroton, Robert, 1790-6 (reprinted 1972, with introduction by M W Barley and K S S Train), The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, 1677; ed. and enlarged by John Throsby, 3 vols.

Cornelius Brown, History of Newark.

Works of Rolf Vernon, local historian (1980- 90s)

Collected papers of Coddington History Group

Constance Penswick Smith, The Revival of Mothering Sunday (1932)

Rev Sydney Cyril Bulley (1907-89) autobiography of 1981, The Glass of Time

Sewter, The Stained Glass of William Morris & His Circle (1974-5)

Dove’s Guide and Felstead Database.

Church Plans Online