St Michael and All Angels Parish Church
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Tatenhill is an ancient village and a civil parish located in a deep valley, between two hills, which gradually descend from the eastern border of Needwood Forest, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) west-southwest of Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England.
The sandstone Parish Church of St. Michael is a 13th-century building which was substantially enlarged and altered in the 15th century. Around 1890, Bodley restored the church. It is a Grade II* listed building.
Beside the church stands the Old Rectory which was built in the early 18th century (1704 has been found written on the plaster inside the house) for William Binckes, Dean of Lichfield. Noted for its fine Georgian architecture is also a Grade II* listed building. In 2008, this house was one of four finalists in the "England's Finest Parsonage" contest featured in Country Life (magazine).
- Brutus Babington (1558-1611) Rector of Tatenhill from 1602 and became the Church of Ireland Bishop of Derry. 
- Charles Abraham (1814–1903) Rector of Tatenhill 1875-6 became the first Anglican Bishop of Wellington.
- "Civil Parish 2011". Retrieved 11 September 2015.
- , "England's Finest Parsonage".
- Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 02, Babington, Brute retrieved 29 August 2018
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