Stoney Middleton, St Martin's Church - a List of Incumbents

This list was transcribed by Glenn Trezza and Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 2001

Names are as recorded in the Parish Registers, with additional references taken from a leaflet entitled “Notes for Visitors to the Church”, contributed by Winifred Waterall

Names and DatesComments
Joseph Hunt, minister17011709+ of Eyam
Jonathan Rose, curate1722-1726 
Revd. Mr. Oliver-1733Died 24 Mar 1733 aged 27 (MI)
Jn. Masterson, curate1738 
Ralph Longworth, curate1746-1750 
John Ashe, curate, also called minister1759-1773 
Charles Hadfield, curate1781 
A. (Alexander?) B. Greaves, minister1804, 1811 
Rt. Rev. Charles Hargrave, minister18081818+ minister of Eyam
The list from parish records ends here; the remainder are from the leaflet.
Rev. Urban Smith1834-1887 
Rev. J. B. Riddlesden1888-1935 
Rev. G. Caldwell1936-1942see War Memorial
Rev. H. H. Dobinson1942-19471947+ of Baslow
Rev. A. Fraser1948-1954 
Rev. G. F. Cooke1954-1979 
Rev. F. E. Willett1980-1988 
Rev. B. Ashley1988-1991 
Rev. M. Leigh1991-1992 
Canon R. Orchard1992- 

Stoney Middleton was a Chapelry of Hathersage until 1834, after which it began to have its own Vicar. In 1957 the living was united with the living of All Saints, Curbar, and in 1991 St. Anne's, Baslow joined them in a united benefice. The Vicar of this united benefice now resides at Curbar Vicarage.

Transcribed by Glenn Trezza in December 2001 from Parish Registers, with additional details from “Notes for Visitors to the Church” by Rosemary Lockie.

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