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All Saints Glossop
« on: Friday 14 February 14 23:37 GMT (UK) »
Can someone please advise if the Glossop Parish Church is Roman Catholic or Protestant ?
Whilst researching my Wyatt ancestors who lived at Glossop at least one couple was married by Christopher Howe.

The Glossop Cemetery site suggests some Wyatts were C of E whilst others were buried in the RC section.

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Wyatt and Wood of Glossop, Derbyshire. Longstaff of Bishop Auckland,Durham. Harry of St Austell and St Kew,Cornwall. Charters of County Antrim.Knight of Warwickshire.Hendy of Ballyedmonduff.

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Re: All Saints Glossop
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 15 February 14 00:01 GMT (UK) »
C of E
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk


Alker - Aspull, Hindley
Marsh - Atherton
Blain - Atherton
Gill - Atherton
Hogg - Loscoe, Crich
Harrison - Heanor, Ruddington
Earnshaw - Heanor
Cope - Heanor, Loscoe, Mapperley
Daykin - Heanor, Loscoe, Mapperley

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Re: All Saints Glossop
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 15 February 14 00:23 GMT (UK) »
A Parish Church is always C of E

most villages/towns also had Catholic and Non-conformist churches but these were never the "Parish Church"
Wainwright - Yorkshire
Whitney - Herefordshire
Watson -  Northamptonshire
Trant - Yorkshire
Helps - all
Needham - Derbyshire
Waterhouse - Derbyshire
Northing - all


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Re: All Saints Glossop
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 19 February 14 15:28 GMT (UK) »
See my reply on the other thread http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=673855.msg5197288#msg5197288

Christopher Howe was definitely a C of E vicar, the longest serving at Glossop (1793 - 1849).

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Re: All Saints Glossop
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 19 February 14 15:36 GMT (UK) »
A Parish Church is always C of E

most villages/towns also had Catholic and Non-conformist churches but these were never the "Parish Church"
Strictly speaking, weren't those churches that existed before the reformation both RC and parish churches? The Ancient Parish of Glossop existed well before the reformation.