St James the Great, Gawsworth, Church of England
St James the Great,
It was founded in 1557.
An ancient parish church, serving the township of Gawsworth, and parts of the townships of Henbury cum Pexall, Marton (near Congleton) and North Rode.
The district was affected by the following boundary changes:
- 1728 — reduced when the part of the township of Marton was transferred to Marton: St. James & St. Paul.
- 1845 — reduced when the part of the township of Henbury cum Pexall was transferred to Henbury: St. Thomas.
- 1846 — reduced when the part of the township of North Rode was transferred to North Rode: St. Michael.
- 1962 January 25 — (details not available)
C = Christenings (Baptisms) ; M = Marriages ; B = Burials ; BTs = Bishop's Transcripts
|Original Registers||C 1557-1999 ; M 1557-2008 ; B 1557-1993 — Cheshire Archives (P 193)
C from 1999 ; M from 2008 ; B from 1993 — Church
|Microfilm Copies||C 1557-1885 ; M 1557-1958 ; B 1557-1993 — Cheshire Archives
M 1837-1958 ; B 1813-1860 — Macclesfield Library
|Bishop's Transcripts||1586, 1590, 1600, 1623-24, 1630-31, 1635-41, 1662, 1664-65, 1667-69,1671-72, 1675-85, 1687, 1691-1833, 1835-39, 1841-42, 1851, 1867-68 (microfilmed) — Cheshire Archives|
|Copies and Indexes||CMB 1557-1837 — published in: The Registers of the Parish Church of Gawsworth in the County of Chester, edited by R. Dickinson (Ancient Monuments Society, 1955)
C 1557-1885 ; B 1557-1997 — published by North Cheshire Family History Society
M 1557-1812 — published in: Cheshire Parish Registers: Marriages, vol. 1 (Phillimore, 1909)
M 1557-1837 — North & East Cheshire Marriage Index - may be viewable at subscription sites such as ancestry or findmypast
M 1557-1837 (incomplete) — Bertram Merrell Marriage Index of Cheshire (1750-1836)
M 1837-2008 — Cheshire BMD (CE:1040)
B 1557-1997 — National Burial Index
|Monumental Inscriptions||Published by North Cheshire Family History Society, 1979 (partial)|
|Notes||C 1667-1673 — omitted from registers|
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