List of Rectors of St Edmund Abbess Roding
|Gilbert de la Rye||1308|
|John de Stokes||1361|
|William C Dyer||1786|
|Lawrence Capel Cure||1858|
|Charles L Capel Cure||1912|
|Roger T K Griffin||1949|
|John B C Hordern||1956|
|Horace W Nesling||1962|
|Ernest W M Excell||1970|
|(Terence John) Tim Pigrem||1995|
|Clive R Duxbury||2014|
Revd Thomas Thurloe was the father of John Thurloe (1616-68) Secretary of State during the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell.
Revd William Charles Dyer was appointed as Stipendiary Curate of Beauchamp Roding in 1814 in addition to his duties as Rector of Abbess Roding, it is assumed he continued this Curacy until a new Rector was appointed to Beauchamp Roding in 1822. He continued to live in Abbess Roding throughout this period.
Revd Thomas Dyer was the son of Revd William C Dyer and the grandson of Revd Henry Haddon. In 1831 he was appointed as Stipendiary Curate of Aythorpe Roding in addition to his duties as Rector of Abbess Roding. He received a stipend of £60 and continued to live in Abbess Roding during this Curacy.
Revd Charles L Capel Cure was the son of Revd Lawrence Capel Cure. In 1927 he became Rector of a united Benefice of Abbess and Beauchamp Roding.
Revd Roger Griffin was also Rector of Good Easter and Berners Roding as well as Abbess & Beauchamp, he lived in the Rectory at Good Easter.
Revd John B C Hordern was also Rector of Leaden Roding 1939-1958 and also Rector of White Roding from 1942.
Revd Nesling and Revd Excell were Rectors of Abbess, Beauchamp and White Roding. Revd Excell was the last Rector to live in Abbess Roding.
Revd Tim Pigrem was Rector of Abbess, Beauchamp, Leaden and White Roding and became the first Rector of the South Rodings Parish when it was formed in 2004.
All Clergy from 2008 onwards were appointed as Priest in Charge (House for Duty).