Maldon (All Saints with St Peter)

Maldon (All Saints with St Peter)


Ancient Parish of All Saints with St Peter comprises the northern and western portions of the town of Maldon. The historic parishes of All Saints and St Peter's were united in 1244 and the nave of St Peter's church collapsed in the 17th century and was rebuilt as a library, now known as Thomas Plume's Library.

Parish Church

The Parish Church is All Saints with St Peter, which can be seen here on Google Street View.

For addition information, see the church's website and in particular https://www.allsaintsmaldon.com/about-us/anoverview9590.php (Both accessed 30 May 2022)

Parish Registers

Essex Archives split their holding for All Saints with St Peter into three parts
Note however many of the registers listed for All Saints share the same reference as those for All Saints with St Peter.

Adjacent (Pre 1832) Parishes

To the east of Maldon (All Saints with St Peter) was the parish of St Mary, Maldon. To the south it shares a short boundary with Hazeleigh. Woodham Mortimer is to the south west and to the west is Woodham Walter. The parish of Langford is to the north and to the north east, across the River Chelmer. is Heybridge

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