Dates compiled from Our Millennium Book, with thanks to the contributors.
|931||Wooden church already in existence.|
|1086||Domesday book entry for Priston.|
|12th century||Nave of church built.|
|15th century||Oldest existing bell installed in Priston Church. See How old is that bell?.|
|c. 1530||Dissolution of the monasteries leads to loss of Priston by Monastery of Bath to the Longs of Whaddon in Wiltshire.|
|1754||Priston church tower rebuilt.|
|1756||Priston Manor sold to William Jenkins for £15,475.|
|1813||William Vaughan presents cockerel weathervane and clock to Priston Church.|
||Piscina discovered walled-up.
|1860s||Priston church restored - pulpit installed.|
|1869||Stained class window installed.|
||Wooden bell-frame replaced by a
|1917||Roman coffin found on Hill Farm - later placed in entrance to Priston Church. Read the 1917 report of the original coffin find, (893kb)|
||Church roof was re-leaded.
||Organ purchased for £200.
|1997||Most recent regilding of cockerel weathervane from Priston Church tower.|