The South Somerset District Council website provides a good introduction to Tintinhull including a brief history and photograph gallery, while the GENUKI page for Tintinhull includes a 1900 map. Duncan Weir's website includes a page on the village with a basic historical introduction (including an old map). The location of the parish can be viewed on the South Somerset parish map. The Tintinhull Local History Group also has an excellent website devoted to the history of the village.
An interesting review of the early history of Tintinhull, drawing on a range of medieval sources, was written by the Reverend J.B.Hyson, vicar, and appears in Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological & Natural History Society Vol. XXXII, part 2, pp.68-89.
The registers commence in 1561. Somerset Record Office provides a useful summary of holdings. A copy of the registers for 1598-1623 is in the SOG Library, and baptisms and marriages for 1609-1623 are incorporated in the IGI.
|Baptisms||There is a transcript for 1561-1679, 1682-1812 in the SDFHS Library [SPR193]|
|Marriages||There is a transcript for 1561-1753 at SRO. The years 1754-1837 are included in the Somerset Marriage Index|
|Monumental inscriptions||Duncan Weir's website contains an indexed transcript of the monumental inscriptions in the church and churchyard|
Bishop's Transcripts for baptisms, marriages and burials 1598, 1609, 1613, 1617, 1621 and 1623 are published in Dwelly's Parish Records Vol II (1913).
Two churchwardens' account books survive for 1430-1677, and those for 1433-1560 have been published in Somerset Record Series Vol. IV. A series of extracts, some relating to the later period up to 1645, also appear in Hyson's article on the History of Tintinhull (see above).
Duncan Weir's website includes online transcripts of the 1851, 1861, 1871 and 1891 censuses.
Anyone who is able to provide additional material or links relevant to this village, is invited to contact the coordinator for this page Ian Hall.
This page was last updated 08 September 2008