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Minchinhampton, Holy Trinity

Minchinhampton Holy Trinity

Minchinhampton Church Interior Holy Trinity

Location: Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire



Opening Information: shut after 6pm, open March 2006


A priest is mentioned in the Domesday Book from 1086, but no church. Most of the church has been rebuilt around 1842, but many Norman features were known to be present. The font is from the early 14th Century. The tracery in the Rose window is early 14th Century.


1282 Jordan de Wolverhampton

1318 William de Prestbury

1349 May 8 Stephen Mauleon

1349 June 9 John de Houton

1349 August 18 John de Middleton

1360 September 6 Thomas de Goucestre

1360 October 3 William de Ferriby

1360 William Potyn

1377 December 4 Mathew Harsfield


John of Ansley, died 1340. Also given as Peter de la Mere.

John of Ansley 1340

Lucy wife of John of Ansley

Minchinhampton Church


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