Scope and Content

Comprising: Registration: Registers of Baptisms 1855-1905, Registers of Marriages 1856-1974, Registers of Burials 1855-1929, Registers of Banns 1856-1926, Registers of Services 1872-1970; Incumbent 1847-1968; churchwardens 1921-1968; vestry and PCC minutes 1910-1965 and accounts 1912-1962; other records 1901-1972, including school management [few] 1949-1972

Administrative / Biographical History

This parish was created out of the parishes of Adlingfleet, Crowle (Lincs) and Luddington (Lincs). Dame Mary Stricklanf of Wassand, and Henry Strickland, esq, also of Wassand, provided an endowment of £150 per annum for the minister. The first stone was laid on Monday 3 Jul, 1854.


The collection is divided into six series as follows:

P77/1: Registration, Church Services, and Worship

P77/2: Incumbent

P77/3: Churchwardens

P77/4: Vestry and Parochial Church Council

P77/8: Eastoft Church of England School

P77/10: Miscellaneous

Access Information


Private (Church of England)

Access will be granted to any accredited member of Doncaster Libraries

Related Material

For the records of the ancient parish of Adlingfleet, see P27. Doncaster Archives also holds transcripts of some of the parish registers of Crowle; the orginals are held by Lincolnshire Archives, as are the records of the parish of Luddington.