To Know God and to Make God Known

 Celtic cross

Family History 

If you have had family living in Quarrington in the past there is a chance that they may have worshipped at St Botolph;s Quarrington. 

They may therefore have been baptised and married in the church and be buried in the churchyard. 

Baptisms and marriage records 

Here in the parish we have the up-to-date registers, but older records are kept at the Lincolnshire Archives.

Click Quarrington Registers in Lincoln Archive to open a PDF document listing which documents are held in the Lincolnshire Archives. The website address for Lincolnshire Archives (Lincs to the past) is also listed below.

Burial and churchyard records 

We hold an up-to-date plan of the churchyard and details of those who are buried within. Please contact the church direct by email   for further enquiries. 


Older burial records are kept at the Lincoln Archives. (Please see PDF document above for details). 

Quarrington Roll of Honour and War Graves 

Linda Bayley and John Dale, members of our congregation, have been researching Quarrington’s Role of Honour for the First World War. These are the men who are either remembered on our memorial in church or are buried in our churchyard. They have kindly given us a copy of their research which is kept under the memorial in church. This copy should remain in church please.

Our war memorial plaques are pictured below. If you wish to see a list of names with more details including rank, service numbers and some family details, please go to 

 plaque ww1

plaque ww2 

We also have 7 war graves in the churchyard. Click on the Commonwwealth War Graves Commision  website listed below for more details. 

Other documents for Quarrington

Other documents relating to Quarrington area are held by Lincolnshire Archives.   

Websites which may help include: -