Staffordshire Cemeteries

Staffordshire Cemeteries St. James the Great - Audley

Christians have met together on the site of the present church for nearly 1000 years, you can learn more about the history of the Church on their Web site.

"The Parish Church, St James, is a fine Gothic Structure, which was restored and partly re-built in 1846. The Rev E Gilbert is patron of the vicarage and theRev CP Wilbraham, BA, is the vicar, and has a good vicarage house.....From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851

St. James' is an evangelical anglican church, located in the semi-rural outskirts of Stoke-On-Trent.



SURNAMES - forenames mentioned

Audley Chapel Cemetery

Some monumental inscriptions for Audley can be found on the Wishful Thinking web site.

The Monumental Transcriptions for St. Martin's church can be purchased in book form from The Audley Family History Society

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