The surrounding parishes are West Alvington, Dodbrooke and Churchstow.
The town of Kingsbridge lies partly in Kingsbridge parish and partly in Dodbrooke.

Records are available on this site for the Parish Church of St Edmund and the non-conformist Ebenezer and Wesleyan
Methodist Chapels. Some earlier records, as well as some records for Kingsbridge Baptist Chapel, are indexed in the IGI.

  1841 census
  St Edmund baptisms 1798-1812
  St Edmund banns 1837-1894
  St Edmund burials 1631-1812
  Ebenezer baptisms 1837-1908
  Ebenezer marriages 1837-1897
  Wesleyan baptisms 1849-1902
  Kelly's directory 1923
Lookups (Ask Kara)
  St Edmund baptisms 1681-1797
  St Edmund baptisms 1813-1893, 1922-1941
  St Edmund banns 1940-1958
  St Edmund marriages 1691-1951
  St Edmund burials 1813-1912
  Ebenezer baptisms 1911-1932
  Ebenezer burials 1793-1897
  Wesleyan baptisms 1903-1946
  Around Kingsbridge in old photographs (1988)
  History of Kingsbridge and Salcombe (2002)
Useful links
  IGI: use batch numbers here
  Images of early Bishop's Transcripts
  GENUKI entry
  Cookworthy museum and Local Heritage Resource Centre, Kingsbridge
  Kingsbridge History Society
  Devon Heritage page
  Modern photographs
  The visit of John and Abigail Adams to Kingsbridge (1787)
  Name index to Kingsbridge and Salcombe (1819)*
  Name index to Kingsbridge estuary with rambles in the neighbourhood (1864)*
  Index to Kingsbridge, Devon (1986)
  A South Devon carpenter in Victorian London (2014)

*Full text available from Google Books

For additional information, consult the general resources listed on the SOUTH HAMS page.
The Online Parish Clerk for Kingsbridge St Edmund, David Tolcher, is also available to answer queries.


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