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Vicars of St Mary's North Mymms since 1237

Serving an average of almost 14 years each


Brass of William de Kestevene, priest at St Mary's from 1344 until his death in 1361  Image by the North Mymms History Project, released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
Brass of William de Kestevene, priest at St Mary's from 1344 until his death in 1361
Image by the North Mymms History Project, released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0

In the 780 years since the first priest conducted a service at St Mary's, North Mymms, there have been 57 men and, more recently women, serving in the role. The average time in the post is almost 14 years.

Mike Allen, one of those behind the North Mymms History Project has researched the history of the priests, or vicars as they were later known, of St Mary's church, North Mymms.

The 57 North Mymms priests, vicars, rectors, or parsons




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