|A List of the Vicars of Chitterne All Saints||A List of the Vicars of Chitterne St. Mary|
|WILTS, FROM A.D. 1306||WILTS, FROM A.D. 1319|
|"O ye Priests of the Lord, bless ye the Lord : praise him and magnify him for ever."||"The Holy Church throughout all the world : doth acknowledge thee"|
|A.D.|| ||PATRON||A.D.|| ||PATRON|
|1306||John de Netherhavene||The Bishop of Salisbury||1319||William de Bratton||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1327||John atte Stone|| ||1331||William de Heywode|| |
|1329||Radulphus Thunstal|| ||....||John Benet|| |
|....||Thomas Hert|| ||1349||Thomas de Ken|| |
|1413||John Draper|| ||1353||William Sampson|| |
|....||John Stovey|| ||1391||John Dennyng|| |
|1427||Thomas Croft|| ||1422||John Waggere|| |
|1428||Robert Kilbon|| ||1443||Thomas Felde||The Treasurer & Chapter of Salisbury (sede vacante)|
|1433||John Yevan|| ||1461||John Cole||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1442||Thomas Stoke|| ||1469||Roger Janys||Richard Whitley Treasurer of Salisbury for the Dean & Chapter|
|1468||John Maynys|| ||1470||John Hylle||Richard Whitley Treasurer of Salisbury for the Dean & Chapter|
|....||John Baker|| ||1471||Simon Smyth||Richard Whitley Treasurer of Salisbury for the Dean & Chapter|
|1487||Robert Wolfe|| ||....||Thomas Hambourne|| |
|1496||John Harryes|| ||1485||Robert Fosse||William Ive, Chancellor of Salisbury|
|1497||John Pryson|| ||1534||John Middlecote||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1553||Robert Clerke|| ||1553||Edward Roodes|| |
|1566||John Plompton|| ||1562||Jacob Grymes|| |
|....||Hugo Hinde|| ||1570||William Walshame||Henry Parry, Chancellor of Salisbury|
|1643||William Napper¹|| ||1572||John Smith¹||Anthony Parry, by the general consent of the The Dean & Chapter of Salisbury|
|1660||Gervase Bland|| ||1580||Anthony Lyne||Jordan Slade, of Chitterne by the consent of the Dean & Chapter of Salisbury|
|1675||Anthony De la Court²|| ||1629||George Dilton||Owen Sanct, Yeoman. by the consent of the Dean & Chapter of Salisbury|
|1703||John Dowland³|| ||1663||John Redman|| |
|1735||John Houlton|| ||1683||William Berstall²||The Bishop of Salisbury|
|1743||Charles Gibbes|| ||1684||Thomas Westley³||The Dean & Chapter of Salisbury. At the nomination of Thomas Lambert.|
|1795||Edward Houlditch|| ||1685||John Goldisborough||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1796||John Batchelor|| ||1690||John Dowland||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1812||William Macdonald||The Bishop of Salisbury||1735||John Norris||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1862||George Richards||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury||1750||Charles Gibbes||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1874||William Swayne||The Bishop of Salisbury||1795||John Batchelor||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1884||Charles Pinhorn||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury||1817||William Sandford Wapshare||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1895||Herbert Rogers||The Bishop of Salisbury||....||William Macdonald||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
|1900||Walter sylvester||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury||1862||George Richards||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
| || || ||1874||William Swayne||The Bishop of Salisbury|
| || || ||1884||Charles Pinhorn||The Dean and Chapter of Salisbury|
| || || ||1895||Herbert Rogers||The Bishop of Salisbury|
| || || ||1900||Walter Sylvester||The Dean and chapter of Salisbury|
|"Work done for God it dieth not."||"Make them to be rewarded with thy Saints."|
NOTES.-Chitterne All Saints
The Parish Registers date from the year 1654.
The Benefices of Chitterne All Saints and Chitterne St. Mary were united by a Deed dated Oct. 16, 1819; and it was provided that upon one of them becoming vacant the Incumbant of the other should hold both. William Macdonald, Vicar pf Chitterne All Saints, thus became on the death of W.S. Wapshare, Vicar of both Parishes.
The Foundation Stone of the New Church for the United Parishes of Chitterne All Saints with Chitterne St. Mary, was laid by the Venerable Archdeacon Macdonald, Vicar, on August 13, 1861. The New Church was Consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, on Nov. 4, 1862.
¹William Napper, B.C.L., Son of William Napper, of Horsham, Sussex. ²Anthony De la Court, Som of Anthony De la Court, Vicar of Tilshead. ³John Dowland, Son of John Dowland, of Donhead, Wilts, also Vicar of Chitterne St. Mary, 1690, married March 25, 1690, died Oct., 1735. John Houlton, Son of Nicholas Houlton, of Longbridge Deverill, Wilts, Vicar of Fisherton De la Mere, 1720. Edward Houlditch, Son of Edward Houlditch, of All Saints, Oxford; Rector of Pusey, Berks, 1795, died Dec.27, 1836. William Macdonald, Son of Charles Macdonald, of Carraden, Linlithgow, Scotland [N.B. error: William MacDonald was the son of John MacDonald of Carriden, West Lothian, Scotland], Vicar of Broadhinton and Cricklade, 1809; Archdeacon of Wilts, 1828; Vicar of Bishop's Canning, 1815; died June 24, 1862. George Richards, Son of William Richards, of Cheverell, Rector of Thornyburn, Northumberland, 1852-1862, died Sept. 24, 1874.
NOTES.-Chitterne St. Mary.
The Parish Registers date from the year 1654.
The following entries are on the first page of the oldest Register (1654) :-
Wiltes. A register booke for marriages, births and burialls for the parishes of Chittern All Saints and Chittern Mary in the said County.  At the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace holden for the said County the tenth day of January, 1653. The foresaid two parishes of Chittern All Saints and Chittern Mary being small parishes and close adjoyning to each other are by virtue of a late Act of Parliment touching marriages, births and burialls united by us whose names are subscribed, Justices of the Peace of the said County. And from henseforth are to be accounted as one parish as to the matters only within the said Act.
WILL YORKE.   JOHN DOYE.   JOB SWANBOY.   EDW. MICHELL.  The following is to be found in the Register of Burials 1813-1862.
"Advent all Marriage forbids.
Hillarie's Feast to Nuptialls sends
And Septuagent no wedding rids.
Yet Easter's octave that amens.
Rogation hinders hastie loves
But Trinitie that let removes."
WSHC 109/46 1900 History of St. Mary/All Saints Parish Churches.