Little Warley

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Little Warley
Little Warley is located in Essex
Little Warley
Little Warley
Little Warley shown within Essex
OS grid reference TL640003
Civil parish
District
Shire county
Region
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BRENTWOOD
Postcode district CM13
Dialling code 01277
Police Essex
Fire Essex
Ambulance East of England
EU Parliament East of England
UK Parliament
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UK
England
Essex
51°35′24″N 0°19′08″E / 51.590°N 0.319°E / 51.590; 0.319Coordinates: 51°35′24″N 0°19′08″E / 51.590°N 0.319°E / 51.590; 0.319

Little Warley is a settlement and former civil parish (abolished 1934)[1] in the Borough of Brentwood, Essex. It is situated south of Thorndon Country Park.

The first outbreak of the 2001 United Kingdom foot-and-mouth outbreak occurred here.

Since 2003 the area around St Peter's Church, but not the entire former parish, has formed part of the reconstituted civil parish of West Horndon.

St Peter's Church Rectors[2][edit]

Rector Date Patron
1 John de Pryttlewell 1327 Stephen de Gravesend, Mil.
2 Thomas le Despencer 1330 Stephen de Gravesend, Mil.
3 Thomas Kynton 1335
4 John Nobright
5 Peter de Hogglesthorpe 1361 Sewellus Michell
6 William Lyndon
7 John Sabyne 1382 D. Alicia Tyrell
8 Richard Geeke
9 William Geeke 1435 John Tyrell, M.et Exor.
10 Robert Bellamy 1453
11 John Spencer 1454 Thomas Tyrell, Mil.
12 Robert Andrew 1474 Thomas Tyrell, Mil.
13 John Bedfer 1478 Thomas Tyrell, Ar.
14 Thomas Brewster
15 Gilbert Latham 1521 Thomas Tyrell, Ar.
16 John Stapylton, M.A. 1522 Thomas Tyrell, Ar.
17 George Cowbourne, M.A. 1551 Henry Tyrell, Mil.
18 George Ryston, M.A. 1579 Thomas Tyrell, Ar.
19 Edward Risheton, M.A. 1618 Edward Risheton
20 Christopher Dennis, M.A. 1627
21 Thimelbeas Holden, M.A. 1632 John Tyrell, Mil.
22 John Browne, M.A. 1662 John Clyffe, Gen.
23 John Browne, M.A. 1686 Carolus Tyrell, Bar.
24 Daniel Horsmunden, M.A. 1687 Carolus Tyrell, Bar.
25 John Theophilus Desaguliers, LL.D 1727 John Tyrell, Bar.
26 Thomas Bland
27 David Jones, B.A. 1777 Mary and Elizabeth Tyrell, Spinsters
28 George Drury, B.A. 1778 Mary and Elizabeth Tyrell, Spinsters
29 Peter Vatus, M.A. 1780 Mary and Elizabeth Tyrell, Spinsters
30 Richard Smyth 1800 Exors. Of Mary and Elizabeth Tyrell
31 John Pearson, M.A. 1837
32 Henry Jones-Henry, M.A. 1878 Sir Herbert Roberts, Bart.
33 Rowland Walter Cousens, M.A. 1911 Sir Herbert Roberts, Bart.
34 Fraser Hugh Joseph Tayler, M.A. 1932 James Fisher Hough, M.A.
35 Lewen John Harding 1935 James Fisher Hough, M.A.
1940 the Benifice shared with Childerdich only
36 Maurice Gray Newton, M.A. 1954 Martyres Memorial Trust
37 Pryce Owen Williams 1965 Governors of Brentwood School
38 Ernleigh H. Ward 1969 The Bishop
1972 the Benifice shared with East and West Horndon only
39 Peter John Boulton-Lea, B.A. 1977 The Bishop
40 Paul L. Deeming, C.A. 1982 Governors of Brentwood School
41 Charles F. Wells 1989 The Bishop
1990 the Benifice shared with Childerditch and East and West Horndon
42 Peter M. Allcock 1999 The Bishop
43 Stephen C. Williams 2003 Governors of Brentwood School
44 Helen A. Bryan, BA(Hons) 2013 The Bishop

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit_page.jsp?u_id=10248553#tab02
  2. ^ Document (uncited) found displayed in St. Peter's Church