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The township contains inhabitants and acres of land. The chapel, a small ancient building with a brick tower, and annexed to the vicarage of Norwell, was pulled down inand a new church, dedicated to St Mary, erected on the site thereof, which was consecrated on the 11th of June It is a neat stone building in the early middle pointed style, and consists of a chancel 32 by 15 feet, a nave 18 by 40 feet, aisles 40 by 5 feet, and a tower 18 feet square and 66 feet high, surmounted by 5 pinnacles, given by James Vere Esq. There are sittings, of which are free.


Little is known about the chapel-of-ease which served the inhabitants of Carlton-on-Trent until it was replaced by the present church in the midth century.

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InArchbishop Thomas of Corbridge granted Letters dimissory formal permission for a person from one diocese to be ordained in another, or for an ordained person to leave one diocese for another to Ralph of Cromwell, deacon, on the title of four marks yearly rent in Cromwell and Carlton-on-Trent, however the source of the rent is not stated, nor is there mention of a church at Carlton. In the village is again mentioned in the Archbishops' Registers, this time in William Greenfield's register for when Thomas Chaumpeneys was adjudged to pay 1d.

The same situation pertained in The earliest mention of the church which has so far been found dates to when John Fulwood of Newark, yeoman, left 2 shillings in his will for repairs to Carlton chapel.

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Did these include installation of the bell frame dated by dendrochronology to ? However, an undated painting purporting to depict the Carlton chapel-of-ease shows a single bay building surmounted at one end by what appears to be a belfry with a stubby spire.

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Carlton-on-Trent remained in the ecclesiastical parish of Norwell until There was also the probability of some competition with the Quakers who were already holding meetings in Carlton by and in Carlton on trent a new meeting place d. Children from Carlton would also walk the two miles to school in Norwell because the village lacked a charity school before Byhowever, it is clear from answers provided to the visitation questions of Archbishop Drummond that the chapel did not feature very prominently on the list of commitments of John Gregory d.

But the threat from non-conformity had apparently diminished since Gregory stated that among the twenty three families in the chapelry there were no dissenters and whilst the Quaker meeting house still stood, there were no resident Quakers. Indeed, the arrival of the wealthy John Vere, and later James Vere was to be of ificant benefit to the inhabitants of Carlton-on- Trent, although John seems not to have taken up residence until the early s. Place was invited to visit Carlton the following week to view the site, to advise on the character of the new building, to produce a de which might be suitable and to give an estimate of the cost.

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The Archdeacon then set out his own ideas for a suitable building and privately asked Place to draw up a new plan incorporating these. This request was refused by the architect on the grounds that a better plan was now before the Carlton Committee and that he would not interfere in the matter.

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Work on the new church began inand the building was consecrated in June by John Kaye, bishop of Lincoln who also consecrated the burial ground, thus obviating the need for Carlton residents to be buried at Norwell. As the new chapel was not consecrated until Junethere was no return for Carlton-on-Trent in the religious census of 30 March that year.

It is a neat stone building in the early middle pointed style, and consists of a chancel 32 by 15 feet, a nave 18 by 40 feet, aisles 40 by 5 feet, and a tower 18 feet square and 66 feet high, surmounted by 5 pinnacles, given by James Vere Esq. There are sittings, of which are free.

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The font is of carved stone and was the gift of the late Mrs Hutton Riddell, and the communion service was presented by Mrs Hole …. It is expected, on the death of the present incumbent, it will be formed into a separate district. In fact a further twenty years were to elapse before Carlton-on-Trent became ecclesiastically independent, but it is possible that the inhabitants may have been better served after the erection of the new church. However, the vicar of Norwellthe Rev. James Morris Maxfield, was adjudicated bankrupt in February and the living was sequestrated a month later.

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The inhabitants of Carlton-on-Trent thus finally acquired their own parish church with an incumbent no longer attached to the vicar of Norwell, and with a new vicarage erected in Sutton on Trentjust over the parish boundary. In the meantime, James Vere had presented eight stained glass windows to the church at various times, including the large chancel window, and c.

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By this date James Vere, formerly of Leamington, Warwickshire, appears to have been living with his brother, John, at Carlton Hall for a considerable time. John died in March and James died at Torquay in The architect of the present church, George Gordon Place, was involved with the restoration of several Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire churches, including Daybrook, but he probably considered his de for Carlton-on-Trent as one of his most notable achievements as he chose to be buried in the churchyard along with his wife.

However, notwithstanding that this church dates only fromthe tower and the spire have both required repair.

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In a survey revealed that fabric repairs were necessary to the belfry floor, the pinnacles were unsafe and the tower needed attention. The following year the pinnacles were replaced with new stonework, the tower was repointed and there was hope for repointing the spire, but some 70 years later the spire again needed attention.

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When Bishop Hoskyns visited the church on 10 Mayhe noted that the church would seat people although the population of the village was only Over the past twelve months there had been 7 baptisms and 10 confirmations. In a new prayer desk and a carved oak chair were installed in the chancel and the church footpath was completed. Pursuant to the Pastoral Reorganisation Measure,the Church Commissioners hereby give notice that the Right Reverend Russell, Bishop of Southwell, has made, and deposited with them, an Order dated the 13th day of September,authorising the Reverend Robben Thomas Keal to hold in plurality the benefices of Carlton-on-Trent, Sutton-on-Trent and Weston all situate in the diocese of Southwell subject to the conditions specified in the said Order.

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The Church Commissioners hereby give notice that the Right Reverend Denis, Bishop of Southwell, has made an Order dated the 9th day of Decemberproviding for the benefice of Carlton-on-Trent and the benefice of Sutton-on-Trent in the diocese of Southwell, to be held in plurality.

InSheila Dixon, who had been the first woman appointed to the t-benefice inalso became priest in charge of the neighbouring t-benefice of NorwellCauntonCromwelland Ossingtonthus holding eight separate parishes, an enormous pastoral and administrative burden for any incumbent. Some moderation of this came in with the creation of a new t-benefice consisting of the six parishes of Carlton, CauntonCromwellNorwellOssingtonand Sutton on Trentwhilst Normanton and Marnham have been ed with Tuxford.

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Introduction Location History Archaeology. References Pictures Listing Description. Painting of the old chapel.

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Guide to Carlton on Lindrick, Nottinghamshire ancestry, family history and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census, birth, marriage and death records.


Carlton-on-Trent is a small village and civil parish in England, located between the River Trent and the A1 road near Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire.


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