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Kingweston church

Kingweston old church

Kingweston from the 13th century was an independent parish with its own rector appointed by the priors, later abbots, of Bermondsey. It was not a wealthy living and was usually left in the care of curates. The lack of substantial freeholders and independent artisans meant that there was little recusancy or nonconformity. The medieval church of All Saints was demolished and rebuilt in 1851--4 by Francis Dickinson rebuilt the church in the high Anglican tradition.

Content derived from research undertaken as part of the Victoria County History project

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