St Michaels Church

St Michaels Church, Stockton, Warwickshire, England

Stockton is a village and civil parish, in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire, England. The village is located just to the east of the A426 road two miles north-east of Southam, and eight miles south-west of Rugby. Stockton's name was first recorded in 1272, the name meaning 'a fenced enclosure'. During the 19th century, it developed as an industrial village.

The first reference to a church in Stockton is during the reign of Henry I, between 1100 and 1135 (the 12th century). (So there has been a church in Stockton for about 900 years.)

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