Restoration of 1851 to 1866
The "Bury Post" of June 11th, 1851 says:
"The Church at Moulton, near Newmarket is about to undergo what may be called a renovation. The windows generally have been found to be so defective as to defy all attempts at repair.
The arch of that immediately over the pulpit and desk (it stood on the South side then against the first disengaged pillar) fell out last week, so that had this happened in time of divine service it would, in all probability have cost the Rector his life. Thus, instead of four new windows, as at first proposed, 19 or 20 will be put in, in stone instead of church, besides extensive works on the roof and masonary and the entire re-seating of the Church."
The restoration was completed in 1866 at the cost of about £2,000, nearly all of it given by the Rector the Rev Mortlock. Much has been done since then for the fabric, the fittings, the heating and lighting of the Church.
Window Restoration 1898
In the year 1898, the windows of the Church having become very draughty and out of repair, it was decided to have them re-glazed with Cathedral Glap. The work was done by a London firm of Jones Willis. The cost of reglazing the eight windows in the Nave and Transepts was £93.1.3d.
The amount was raised by a 6d voluntary Church Rate, subscriptions and collecting cards etc. At the same time the four Chancel windows were re-glazed by the Rector at a cost of £44.
Nearly a century later, 1951, the work of restoration was again carried out. The roof had become in need of extensive repairs and the sum of about £2,000 was needed to put everything right. On Sunday, March 4th, 1951 the Venerable Archdeacon Browne visited the Church on a service of thanksgiving was held.