Barton Stacey History Group



We research, care for and share the archives of the parish of Barton Stacey, Hampshire.

For a thousand years the folk of Barton Stacey have prayed, sung, laughed and wept in this beautiful place.

Shane Hearn 1994

In 1994 Shane Hearn produced a brief history of All Saints,

which can be seen here.

Early history:

10th century St Victor’s stood on present site of All Saints.

[Date of name change unknown].

1136  Patronage of Church transferred to the Abbey of Lanthony.

Late 12th century   Church rebuilt in Norman Transitional style.

Mid-13th C  Major rebuild in early English Style.

1510 Building of Church tower.

1541  Patronage granted by Henry VIII to Dean and Chapter of Winchester.

History of All Saints Church, Barton Stacey parish

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The Church choir, just before World War I.

We are grateful to Mr Bob Percey for this photograph.

A larger version of this photo with a key to choir members can be seen here.

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LIST OF INCUMBENTS  13th century - present


Baptism, marriage and burial indexes are in preparation.


This is now complete and an updated graveyard plan has been produced by Peter Wood. He has mapped and included the newer graves added since the first survey was made in 1971.

Photographs of the lower churchyard gravestones have recently been added to by Test Valley Borough Council, who now care for that part of the graveyard.

We shall be adding our photographs of other memorials to and, in addition, for the whole of the upper and lower churchyards, adding as much associated family information as we have (within our Privacy Policy).