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Coddington (Codyngton)

"Coddington is a small village and parish, two and a half miles east of Newark, situated on a gentle declivity on the Sleaford Road. It contains 577 inhabitants and 1,830 acres of land, at the rateable value of £2,247 5s 0d.
The church is dedicated to All Saints, is a small ancient building with a tower and three bells, and is annexed to East Stoke vicarage. At the enclosure, 213 acres of land was awarded to the Prebendary of East Stoke in Lincoln Cathedral, and the vicar in lieu of tithe. A Methodist chapel was erected here in 1847. Here was a richly endowed chantry, founded by Henry of Coddington, to pray for his soul which, at the dissolution, was granted to Sir Edward Bray, John Thornton &c. Beaconfield House, one mile west of the church, is a large neat mansion, and the seat and property of James Thorpe Esq., besides whom, Mr John Young, Garrott Ordyne, Stephen Ashwell, Francis Fryer, Henry Gilbert Esq. and Godfrey Tallents Esq. are owners. The land is mostly freehold, but the manor said to be soc to Newark. A neat national school was erected here of stone in 1846, and will accommodate 90 pupils, average number 70. Mr Edwin Unwin is the present master. Joseph Birks, in 1738, left 90a 1r 0p of pand. of which 3a 5r is let to poor families, who have a rood each, and the whole rental now is about £140. They have also £2 yearly out of Beaconfield, left by Mr Bell, and the interest of £20, left in 1809 by Jacob Ordeyne."
[White's "Directory of Nottinghamshire," 1853]

Census

Census
Year
Piece No.
1861 R.G. 9 / 2477
1891 R.G. 12 / 2712
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Church History

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Church Records

Year  No. of
baptisms
 No. of
burials
 No. of
marriages
 Notes
1569 1 - -
1570 1 - -
1571 1 - -
Break
1599 5 5 2
1600 8 7 1
1601 7 3 2
Break
1629 8 3 2
1630 2 5 1
1631 1 3 1
Break
1669 - - - Illegible
1670 - - - Illegible
1671 5 7 -
Break
1699 7 1 -
1700 5 1 -
1701 4 4 -
Break
1749 7 3 2
1750 7 3 2
1751 6 4 -
Break
1800 10 7 2

Made December 16th 1836 in compliance with a request from Lord John RUSSELL. (signed) H. J. STEVENSON MA Curate

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Description and Travel

Coddington is a village and a parish only 2.5 miles east of Newark and 122 miles north of London. The River Trent forms the eastern border of the parish. The parish covers 1,830 acres.

Coddington village is mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as "Cotta's/Codda's Farm". The next historical reference is in 1320. If you are planning a visit:

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Population

    Year  Inhabitants
1801 326
1811 366
1841 436
1851 577
1871 541
1881 521
1891 553
1901 477
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