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Staffordshire Place Guide - Stafford St. Mary

Stafford St. Mary

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All of the links in the table below enable you to view Collection catalogues in our online catalogue Gateway to the Past. Where there is no link this is either because we hold the collection but the catalogue is not yet online, or because the collection is held by another Archive Service, or is still in the hands of the organisation itself.

OS County Series 6 inches to 1 mile sheets 37SE
OS National Grid 6 inches to 1 mile sheet SJ92SW
OS National Grid reference SJ921233
Church of England  
Ancient Parish Stafford, St Mary
Ancient Chapelries Marston, St Leonard; Salt, St James the Great; Whitgreave, St John;
Modern Parishes Hopton, St Peter; Stafford, Christ Church (from 1839); Stafford, St Bertelin, Broad Eye (from ); Stafford, St Bertelin, Holmcroft (from ); Stafford, St John the Baptist, Littleworth (from )
Local Authorities  
Civil Parishes Marston (to date); Stafford St Mary and St Chad (renamed Stafford in 1894) (to date); Hopton and Coton (1866-?1974); Salt and Enson (1866-date); Whitgreave (1866-date).  See note 1 below.
Hundred Pirehill South
Poor Law Union Stafford Poor Law Union (1836-1930)
District Council Stafford Municipal Borough (part) and Stafford Rural District (part) (1832-1974); Stafford Borough (1974-date)
Parliamentary Representation  
Parliamentary Constituency (to 1918) (a) That part of the parish within the Borough : Stafford Borough (1832-1918)
Parliamentary Constituency (to 1918) (b) Remainder of parish : Northern Staffordshire (1832-1867); West Staffordshire (1867-1885); Western Staffordshire (1885-1918)
Parliamentary Constituency (1918-1974) Stafford (1918-1948); Stafford and Stone (1948-1974)
Nonconformist Churches  
Methodist churches Brook Street Primitive Methodist Church; Rowley Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; Snow Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel; Stafford Methodist New Connexion (later United Methodist) Chapel; Stafford Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Chapel Street
Congregational, Presbyterian and United Reformed churches Stafford Congregational Church; Stafford Presbyterian Church
Other nonconformist churches The Meeting Room, later Church Lane Evangelical Church; Society of Friends (Quakers)
Other organisations  
Businesses Business records
Clubs and societies Clubs and societies
Charities Charities see also note 2 below
Building conservation photographs Building conservation photographs for Stafford see note 3 below
Note 1 Although Stafford, St Mary and Stafford, St Chad were separate civil parishes, they were rated together and, for practical purposes, operated as the civil parish of Stafford St Mary and St Chad
Note 2 Please note that some charity records may also be included within the records of ancient parishes and chapelries listed above.
Note 3 A small proportion of the records in this hitlist relate to photographs of places other than Stafford.

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