1270: The tower dates from circa 1275 and carries a contemporary broach spire. It is the oldest spire in the county. The body of the church has been twice rebuilt and the present building is of 1860-61.
1770: Souldrop Enclosure Act.
1800: The Church was rebuilt by Robert Salmon. The roof had collapsed in 1795 and in 1800 a new church, nave and chancel, was erected and opened in June 1800.
1860-61: The church was rebuilt to the designs of Henry Clutton with the old tower being retained. The church was opened on Tuesday 17th December 1861.
1868: Village school opened, designed by Henry Clutton.
- Newspaper articles in The Local Studies Library at Bedford Central Library.
- Victoria County History of Bedfordshire 3 Vols. 1912.
- PICKFORD, Christopher Bedfordshire Churches in the 19th Century Vol.79 Bedfordshire Historical Record Society. 2000.
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