All Saints' East Stratton
Church Bank Road,
In Saxon times the tithing of East Stratton belonged to the Hundred of Micheldever, part of the Royal Estates and King Alfred the Great’s personal property. In 903AD the Hundred of Micheldever was granted to the New Minster Winchester (later Hyde Abbey) by Alfred’s son, King Edward the Elder, as described in the will of his father. The monastery collected the tithes and sent a monk in priest’s order as chaplain.