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A local history and genealogy site for Wimpole, a village and parish in South Cambridgeshire.
Curated by Steve Odell.

St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole
St Andrew's Parish Church, Wimpole

A local history and genealogy page for the Parish of Wimpole.

Wimpole Parish Registers 1560-1863
Church Registers
St Andrew's Parish Church

Index to the Parish Registers
Baptisms:   1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863*
Wimpole Parish Registers
* Some information available but the page is incomplete.
Currently transcribing 1800 Baptisms.

Banns 1754-1863
Wimpole Parish Registers
Marriages:  1560-1599   1600-1699  1700-1799   1800-1863
Wimpole Parish Registers
Burials:  1560-1599   1600-1699   1700-1799   1800-1863
Wimpole Parish Registers
The Wimpole Rectors
Wimpole Parish Church
Index of Wimpole Names
An alphabetical index of over 1000 surnames found in the Parish Registers

The 1560-1863 Transcripts
[Preface to the 1983 Transcriptions]
Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Christenings 1560-1863
Marriages 1560-1863
Banns 1754-1863
Burials 1560-1863
I have collated the register with the Bishop's Transcripts 1599-1812 but there are no B.T's for 1601, 1631, 1642 to 1662, 1668 to 1671, 1682, 1692 to 1696, 1698, 1701, 1703, 1704, 1706, 1707, 1709, 1712, 1715 to 1718, 1720 to 1722 and 1805.
The first page of the earliest register contains the following: "This book was new bound May 1679 with the addition of some leaves of parchment. Those that were baptised from the year 1603 to the year 1618 were torn out of this book by the Parliament soldiers in the time of the civil war." (Doubt is thrown on this elsewhere in the register)
The communion plate was given by the Rt Hon Sir Thomas CHICHELEY, Master General of the Ordinance and Privy Councillor to King Charles II in 1679.
Registers contain annotations apparently in the handwriting of Robert PLUMTRE, notes on a storm in 1843, hard winter of 1844-45, the visit of Queen Victoria in 1843, church plate, glebe, tithes, brasses and restoration of the church, and the wills of Edmund BOULTEN and - BEHO, coachman to Lord Radnor dated 1757.
The Bishop's Transcript for 1599 states: we so also present Anne TITUN for forbidding George MORE banns of Matrimony in the Church.
I have copied a list of Rectors which have been indexed R.
I have not indexed godparents or witnesses to marriages.
This has been typed by C.L. and A E Hatton.
April 1983
[From the "Cambridge Evening News" of May 1977: "Births, marriages and deaths have become a way of life for Mr Peter Layng. For he has spent the last 11 years copying out parish registers. The first register he copied was of Stapleford when he was researching his wife's side of the family and his hobby took off from there. Now he spends almost every morning at the County Record Office and is working on his 45th register. He has copied out big registers such as Bassingbourn as well as small ones like Tadlow. His lists are typed up in quadruplicate by Mr Colin Hatton and his wife Angela."]

Also Available
Other local history and genealogy pages for the Parish of Wimpole.
Churchyard Register 2004
Index to Known Graves and Monumental Inscriptions
Wimpole Parish Church
Wimpole Census 1901
1901 Part One: Wimpole Estate
1901 Part Two: Cambridge Road
1901 Part Three: New Orwell

The 1901 census is annotated with observations and related photographs.
Wimpole Census 1891**    Wimpole Census 1881**
**The information on these Wimpole pages is to be re-set.
The information is complete but the old displays are somewhat untidy.
Older village properties situated on the south side of Cambridge Road ("New Orwell") can be found here: 1901 1891 and 1881 (Orwell Census).
The Hardwicke Family Vault
Wimpole Parish Church
The Owners of Wimpole Hall
A quick guide through 550 years of 'Big House' history.
Owners, families and people of interest.
The Chicheley Family
Single surname entries from the Wimpole Parish Registers 1576-1698.
Baptisms, Marriage, Burials, Witnesses/Godparents,
and a Speculative Chicheley Family Tree.

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St Andrew's Parish Church.
A living church for the Parish of Wimpole, located within the National Trust's Wimpole Estate.
The Church is managed and maintained by the Parochial Church Council

This page was last updated: Friday 6 October 2017

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