Surrey Churches Index



A guide to Churches and Graveyards in Surrey for family historians

Ham, St. Thomas Aquinas

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The church of St. Thomas Aquinas was opened ca. 1974 in what was a former school building. Before this church was opened there were a number of mission churches in Ham. The last was a temporary structure built on a small plot in Ham Street. The church was a Chapel of EaseA daughter church within an ecclesiastical Parish, or a chapel in an outlying area of the parish that is more convenient for parishioners to attend for Richmond St. Elizabeth. Ham St Thomas Aquinas became a separate ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England ca 1985. There is no graveyard at St. Thomas Aquinas church.

St Thomas's church stands in the Anglican ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England of Ham St. Andrew. The ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England of Ham St. Andrew was itself created from part of the Ancient Parishan Ancient Parish is a Church of England parish which, until the 19th century, had both ecclesiastical and civil functions of Kingston All Saints in 1834.

The Surrey Monumental Inscriptions Index holds a small number of inscriptions for the ecclesiastical parishan ecclesiastical parish is an administrative area within the Church of England or Roman Catholic church. It is distinct from the civil parish, a local government unit in England of Ham St. Andrew.
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Ham St. Andrew

WSFHS CD10(The Surrey Burial Index - 2nd edition 2009) has burial records for Ham St. Andrew from 1838 to 1865. For a full list of parishes covered click here (opens in a new page). or see our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).

WSFHS CD15(Surrey Baptisms Not in the IGI) has baptismal records for Ham St. Andrew 1832 to 1840. For a full list of parishes covered click here (opens in a new page). or see our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).

WSFHS CD2(Surrey Marriage Index to 1837) has marriage records for Ham St. Andrew 1835 to 1837. For a full list of parishes covered click here (opens in a new page). or see our sales page for more information (opens in a new page).



Kingston on Thames All Saints

West Surrey Family History Society CD10 (The Surrey Burial Index) has burial records for Kingston on Thames All Saints from 1542 to 1840.

WSFHS CD15 (Surrey Baptisms Not in the IGI, 2009) has burial records for Kingston on Thames St. John the Evangelist from 1870 to 1875.

WSFHS CD 18 (Metropolitan Surrey Burials Index) has burial records for Kingston on Thames All Saints from 1841 to 1866

WSFHS CD 28 (Ancient Parishes in the Kingston District) has Baptismal records for Kingston on Thames All Saints from 1541 to 1840; Marriages from 1543 to 1837; and, Burials from 1542 to 1840.

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Ham is in the London Borough of Richmond on Thames.
Unless otherwise stated the dates for the creation of parishes are taken from Youngs, Frederick. A. Guide to the Administrative Units of England; Royal Historical Society: London, 1979 volume 1 Southern England.




The Richmond Index will show you all the churches and cemeteries we know of in that part of the London Borough of Richmond which was in the Ancient County of Surreythe Ancient County means Surrey before the administrative counties were created in 1889.

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