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St. Peter, Willersey, Gloucestershire


The church of St. Peter is a cruciform building of stone, in the Early English style, consisting of chancel, nave, transepts, north porch and an embattled central tower, with pinnacles, containing 6 bells: the communion plate includes a chalice dated 1576, a paten dated 1666, and a pewter flagon dating from about 1660; the communion cloth has the date 1664 woven into it: the Early Norman font is preserved and was restored in 1905 by Professor Hewins M.A.: there is also an Early Norman south doorway: there are some remains of 13th or 14th century stained glass: the church was new roofed, restored and reseated in 1868, and further restored in 1878-82 at a cost of £506, and affords 250 sittings.

Church Records

The register of baptisms dates from the year 1721; marriages, 1754; burials, 1727.

The Phillimore transcript of Marriages at Willersey 1723-1812 is available to browse online.

St. Peter

Denomination:Church of England