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Biddenham

St James


Parish Profile: The church is a stone building, in the Norman and Perpendicular styles, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and an embattled central tower with small spire, containing a clock and 6 bells, re-cast and re-hung in 1895 ; cleaned in 1894; there are two hagioscopes and piscinae. Kelly's Directory - Bedfordshire - 1898

Original Sources

Ref: p74/5/1 Bedford and Luton Archives and Records Service
  £sd   £sd   £sd   £sd   £sd
1835 missing 1836 22.00.01 1837 21.01.08 1838 28.17.07 1839 39.02.02
                   
1840 22.15.05 1841 35.09.06 1842 36.05.09 1843 37.07.02 1844 54.15.08
                   
1845 39.09.01 1846 59.07.04 1847 29.10.08 1848 39.09.07 1849 50.07.07
                   
1850 30.19.11                
                   

Printed Sources

Bedfordshire Vermin Payments (1936)
Steele Elliott, J.
EXTRACTS                  
1836 E 1837 E 1838 E        
                   
1844 E 1845 E