Little is known of the early history of Knighton church. It has the appearance of being a medieval foundation, and reportedly functioned as a chapel of ease to Stowe, a small English village about two miles to the east. The medieval church, for which a Norman date has been offered on the basis of slim evidence, was replaced by a Georgian successor in 1752 and was dedicated to St Lawrence. Sometime later it was re-dedicated to St. Edward. I can't seem to find anything that mentions the rededication. Any suggestions?