The Anglican parish register dates from 1539 and is well-preserved.
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There is a transcript in English of a partial register from the Hunloke Catholic Mission at Wingerworth from 1737 to 1755 at Sheffield Archives(Ref: 1989/75). There are also (incomplete) registers from 1818-39 and 1839-c1854, after which the Mission was closed, being superseded by the Church of the Annunciation in Chesterfield, for which registers are also available at Sheffield Archives. The 19th century registers are in Latin.
The church was in the rural deanery of Chesterfield.
"WINGERWORTH, a parish in the hundred of Scarsdale, county Derby, 2½ miles S.W. of Chesterfield. It is situated on the line of the Midland railway, the ancient Icknield Street and river Rother, and has some "rock-basins" at Stainedge Cliff. The surface is hilly, and the substratum abounds in coal, iron-stone, and freestone. It is chiefly the property of Sir H. J. J. Hunloke, Bart., who is lord of the manor, and resides at the Hall, rebuilt in 1724 on the site of the former hall, which was taken possession of and garrisoned for the parliament in 1643."