One thousand years of history St Mary the Virgin Denby, Derbyshire  St Mary the Virgin Denby, Derbyshire
The Parish Registers The parish registers go back to 1577 and are held in the Derbyshire County Record Office at Matlock. The full address is: The Derbyshire Record Office , New Street , Matlock , Derbyshire DE4 3AG Telephone: +44 (0)1629 585957 for enquiries (No responsibility can be taken for the operation of this link.) The Derbyshire Record Office holds historic parish registers for all parishes in Derbyshire, including baptisms, marriages and burials. The dates covered by the registers can be viewed on the Records Office website. The burial records held at church date back to 1919. The church is open every fourth Saturday each month (except December) from 10.00 am until 12.00 noon when the records can be inspected. Please note that the monthly Saturday openings at church have been suspended due to the Covid 19 restrictions currently in force. Garden of Remembrance The Garden of Remembrance at St Mary’s was consecrated in the 1970s. A Book of Remembrance is maintained and is permanently on display in the south aisle of the Church. The Book of Remembrance contains names of all those whose ashes have been interred in the garden.