Parish Records

The Parish Records are held at a number of locations

Current records can be viewed by contacting the Parish Priest or Church Wardens, and some information, such as details of the names on the War Memorial can be found on this site.  All Saints' School also has some information that might be useful.

By far the majority of the older records, including some information on the schools, can be found at the Surrey County Records Office in Woking.

Surrey History Centre
130 Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 6ND
Tel: 01483 518737 Email:

Records held at Woking complete with Reference Numbers


 2050/1/1-24All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: parish registers18871966
2050/1/25-38All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: registers of services19071970
2050/1/39All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: rules for choir boys19011901
2050/2/1-4All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: clergy collations19141950
2050/3/1,2All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: benefice papers18921953
 2050/3/3All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: sale particulars of vicarage at Wandle Bank19521952
2050/4,5All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: churchwardens' accounts and papers19071966
2050/6/1-9All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: Parochial Church Council minutes and vestry minutes18931965
2050/7/1-3All Saints' schools, Haydon Road and South Road, South Wimbledon: school managers' minutes19271967
2050/8/1All Saints' church, South Wimbledon: correspondence concerning Mrs Jeeves charity fund19281928
472/31All Saints, Wimbledon, vicarage: papers re conversion of Mill Cottage18961896
2223/4-6Church schools: papers of Mary Rands (manager and corrrespondent of Cottenham Park and Old Central (later Bishop Gilpin schools) Haydon Road (All Saints) and Effra Road and Priory Church of England Middle Schools19341975
4528Additional Records deposited 2010
All 20th Century - Parish Magazines/
committee minutes and Service Registers.


Further records can be found at the London Metropolitan Archives:- 40 Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 0HB


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RailKing's Cross / St Pancras (about 1km / 0.7 miles walk)
Farringdon Station (about 700 metres / 0.5 miles walk)

Routes 19, 38 and 341 to Rosebery Avenue (alight at Tysoe Street or Mount Pleasant)
Routes 63 and 259 to Farringdon Road (alight at Bowling Green Lane)
Routes 55, 505 and 243 to Clerkenwell Road (alight at Clerkenwell Green)


LMA is situated within easy walking distance of many other archives and historical institutions


Records held on All Saints' Church, other than those at Woking, can be found by visiting the A 2 A -Access to Archives site and doing a search.

Records of the Southwark Diocese include:-

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/8

Wimbledon - All Saints’1952

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/9

Wimbledon South. All Saints’date: 1953

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/10

South Wimbledon All Saints’ date: 1956, 1957

Wimbledon South All Saints’ date: 1956, 1957

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/12

Wimbledon. All Saints’South date: 1961

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/18

South Wimbledon, All Saints’ date: 1977

South Wimbledon, All Saints’ date: 1977

Southwark Copy Faculties DS/FR/19 

South Wimbledon, All Saints’ date: 1980

Other Records of the Southwark and Rochester Dioceses include:- 

South Wimbledon: All Saints’; Order-in-Council group ministry - 1985

All Saints’, South Wimbledon: hanging of sanctuary lamps. - date: 1911

All Saints’, Wimbledon: erection of war memorial. 1925

All Saints’, Wimbledon: erection of war memorial. 1925

All Saints’, South Wimbledon: hanging of picture of the Madonna. date: 1927

Church of All Saints’: petition sentence act etc.

Church of All Saints’: conveyance of church site, parsonage site & addition to church site, with previous deeds date: 1865-93

Church of All Saints’: grant of capital sum date: nd

Note: Not all records are available for inspection



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