Place:Northampton St. Giles, Northamptonshire, England


NameNorthampton St. Giles
TypeParish (ancient), Civil parish
Located inNorthamptonshire, England     ( - 1909)

Northampton St. Giles is an ancient parish in Northampton, Northamptonshire.

Parish records began in 1559; Bishops Transcripts are available from 1710. It acted as a civil parish from 1837 until 1909 when these duties were taken over by the County Borough of Northampton.

Christian denominations outside the Church of England identified within the parish include: "Christians" and Particular Baptist.

Northampton St. Giles covers the southeastern corner of the town. It is bounded on the north by Northampton St. Edmund, on the east by Abington, on the south by Hardingstone, and on the west by Northampton All Saints.

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