Staffordshire Cemeteries

Staffordshire Cemeteries Saint Bartholomew - Norton

Saint Bartholomew dates back to 1180 in Norton when first evidence of a church at Norton appears. The original church was dedicated to Saint Nicholas. The building was replaced in the 15th century.

Around 1609 the dedication was changed to St. Bartholomew. The western end of the church was formed about 1737 while the eastern half doubled in size in 1915.

The rectory is in the patronage of CB Adderley, Esq, and the Rev GB Wildig, MA, is the incumbent.


SURNAMES - forenames mentioned

Some monumental inscriptions for Norton in the Moors can be found on the Wishful Thinking web site.

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