The village of Quillebeuf was an important port on the Seine whose abbey of Jumièges derived revenues from it. The village is mentioned in texts from before 942 and the church, rebuilt in the 12th century by the monks of Jumièges, probably succeeded a pre-Romanesque edifice.
- " Quillebeuf ", Annuaire des
cinq départements de la Normandie, Congrès de Pont Audemer, 1996, p. 25
- Musset, Lucien. " Quillebeuf ", Normandie romane, 2, Haute-Normandie, Zodiaque, 1974, p. 245-247