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Ref NoPA23B
Accession Number1997/185
2005/020
2007/005
2011/019
2016/018
LevelFonds
TitleParish Records of Holy Trinity, Lamorbey
Date1840-2007
DescriptionParish registers and administrative records
Extent49 items
Access StatusOpen
Administrative HistoryHoly Trinity, Lamorbey has its origins in a chapel of ease built in 1840 to serve the growing population in the southern part of the Parish of St Mary, Bexley. Its patron and principle benefactor was John Malcolm, owner of Lamorbey, a country house, which now forms part of Rose Bruford College. A further expansion of the local population took place following the opening of the Dartford Loop railway line in 1865. The existing chapel proved to be too small and in 1879 work began on a new church, completed and dedicated the following year. At the same time the ecclesiastical district of Holy Trinity, Lamorbey was erected into a parish in its own right.

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Persons
Person CodePersonNameDates
DS/UK/15Church of England; Holy Trinity Parish, Lamorbey; 1840-; Church1840-
Places
Place CodeSet
NA23Holy Trinity Church/Hurst Road/Sidcup/London Borough of Bexley/Kent/England
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