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"Edingale or Edengale, in the vale of the Mease, seven miles N by E of Tamworth, is a village and parish of 197 souls, and about 850 acres of land, adjoining Derbyshire. The Earl of Lichfield is lord of the manor, but the soil belongs to a number of other freeholders. The parish feast is on the first Sunday in June. A raised way, which passes through Edingale, towards Lullington, is supposed to have been a Roman via vicinale, or bye road."
[From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851]


A transcript of the Monumental Inscriptions of the church of Holy Trinity, Edingale, has been published by the Birmingham & Midland SGH.

Church History

"The church, Holy Trinity, is a small edifice, upon an eminence near the river Mease. It is of brick, and has a tower and two bells. The perpetual curacy, is in the patronage of the Prebendary of Alrewas, and incumbency of the Rev John Evans, MA.
Edingale was formerly a parochial chapelry to Croxall, on the opposite side of the river, in Derbyshire."

From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851]

Church Records

Church of England Registers

The register of Holy Trinity commenced in 1575. The original registers or transcripts for the period 1575-1922 (Bapts), 1575-1967 (Mar) & 1575-1812 (Bur), and Banns for the period 1653-59 & 1754-1812 are deposited at Staffordshire Record Office. No original registers for 1696-1812 (Bapts & Bur) and 1696-1753 (Mar) are known to exist.
Bishops Transcripts for the period 1669-1870 (with gaps 1669-84, 1735-8 & 1765-8) are deposited at Lichfield Record Office.

Description and Travel

A transcription of the section on Edingale from A Topographical History of Staffordshire by William Pitt (1817

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Historical Geography

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You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SK214122 (Lat/Lon: 52.707023, -1.684712), Edingale which are provided by:

Poor Houses, Poor Law etc.

Edingale parish became part of Tamworth Union following the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834.