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History and Information about our church in Rotherfield Peppard

All Saint's Church has seen many rectors over the time since it was built around the time of the 13th Century.

This page sets out the rectors since 1233 and a list can be seen in the nave of the church

Please spend a few moments finding out more about this historic church by taking a tour on this website.

1233 James de Kaworthe

1262 John Darrell
1293 Master Walter de Wycumb
1300 Richard Syward
1308 John de Stowe
1313 Peter de Grosse Haute
1326 Geoffrey de Aleutoun
1332 John de Dombleton
1334 Roger de Drax
1337/8 William de Middleton
1349 Master Thomas de Kyngston
1350 John de Wallais
     Master Richard Yong
1383 Robert Elyn
1384 Thomas de Norton
1396 Thomas Bate
1398 Thomas Ferant
     William Pykeringe
1430/1 Robert Bateman
     Sir Thomas Benet
1443 John Corser
1444 Master Richard Sparkeford
1449 John Okeburne
1459 Sir Thomas Fythyon
1502 Sir Hugh Lideyate
1505/6 Sir James Johnson
1525 Sir John Apgriffith
1530 Sir John Griffith
1531 Sir John Ponsonby
1554/5 Christopher Androws
1558 John Thompson BD
1561/2 William Chesster
1583 Richard Clerke
1587/8 Vacancy in the Oxford See
1559/60 Names missing
     Eldridge Jackson
1624 John South MA BCL
1697 Timothy Huxley BD
1726 Elbulus Thelwall DD
1727;  Thomas Pardo DD
1763 Humphrey Owen DD
1768 John Read DD
1782 Robert Jones DD
1808 Robert Pritchard BD
1848 Henry Reynolds BD
1870 Thomas Williams MA
1881 Robert Price Williams MA
1890 Morris Price Williams MA
1901 Williams Weekes Fowler MA
1904 Charles Edward Adams MA
1915 Maurice Jones DD
1923 William Llewelyn Footman MA
1925 Lewis Ernest Richardson MA
1939 John Wilfred Lewis MA
1946 Leslie S R Badham MA
1958 Richard Arch MA BD
1971 Thomas Patrick Tracey
1976 Basil George Butler-Smith
2002 Graham Foulis Brown
2016 James Edmund deGaris Stickings MA

Message from Bob Butler-Smith - Former Rector

The continuing ethos of the church is a living answer to Christ's question to Peter - "Do you love me?"

The answer from 1233 to the present time is "Lord, you know that we love you."

Stand before the East window of All Saints' and say so - personally.

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Last updated - September 2016
Diocese of Oxford