Edgbaston St Bartholomew Warwickshire Family History Guide

Edgbaston St Bartholomew is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Warwickshire, created in 1658 from chapelry in Harborne Ancient Parish (Staffordshire).

Parish church: St Bartholomew

Parish registers begin:

  • Parish registers: 1635
  • Bishop’s Transcripts: 1678

Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational and Roman Catholic.

Adjacent Parishes

Historical Descriptions

See Edgbaston Warwickshire Family History Guide

Parish Records

Edgbaston Register – Abbreviations

B. = Birmingham
b. = bachelor
bap. = baptized
bur. = buried
cons. = with the consent of
d. = daughter
E. = Edgbaston
jun. = junior
lic. = by licence
L. = Transcript at Lichfield
mar. = married
M.B. = St. Martin’s, Birmingham
M.I = monumental inscription

p. = parish of
P.B. = St. Philip’s, Birmingham
pr. = proved
s. = son
sen. = senior
sig. = signature
sp. = spinster
w. = wife
wid. = widower or widow.

Words underlined, under dotted, or crossed through for deletion in the original manuscript, which form no part of the final record, are enclosed in { }

Additions, interlinations, and marginal notes by the scribe, which form part of the final record, are enclosed in () except (sig.) which means signature = the spelling of the signature.

Omissions by the original transcriber are shown by dots thus ….

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Edgbaston Marriages – Transcriptions

Edgbaston Marriages 1803
Edgbaston Marriages 1804 
Edgbaston Marriages 1805
Edgbaston Marriages 1806 
Edgbaston Register – Marriages 1807
Edgbaston Register – Marriages 1808
Edgbaston Register – Marriages 1809
Edgbaston Register – Marriages 1810
Edgbaston Register – Marriages (4) Oct to Dec 1811
Edgbaston Register – Marriages (3) July to Sep 1811
Edgbaston Register – Marriages (2) Apr to Jun 1811
Edgbaston Register – Marriages (1) Jan to Mar 1811
Edgbaston Register – Marriages Jan to Mar 1812 
Edgbaston Register – Marriages Apr to Jun 1812
Edgbaston Register – Marriages July to Sep 1812 
Edgbaston Register – Marriages (4) Oct to Dec 1812

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1805

Friday, at Edgbaston, Mr. Thomas Kelly of Hockley to Miss Alice Kent, of Lionel-street in this town. (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Oct. 7., 1805.)

Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. Dadymeard of Warminster, Wilts., to Miss Whitaker, youngest daughter of Mr. John Whitaker, saddler, formerly of Stourbridge and Bridgnorth. (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Oct. 14, 1805.)

Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. John Horton, plater, to Miss Harrison, both of this town. (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Nov. 25, 1805.)

1805, Nov. Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Nov. 25, 1805, contains the marriage notice, Tuesday at Edgbaston, Mr. Edward Insor, aged 75, to Miss MaryAnn Hind, aged 21.’

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1806

On Saturday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. C. Pixell, Mr. Daniel Hill, plater, to Miss Rowlinson, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Rowlinson of the Five Ways – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, June 23, 1806.

On Monday se’nnight, at Edgbaston, the Rev. John Angell James to Miss F. C. Smith, second daughter of the late T. Smith, M.D., of this town – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, July 21, 1806.

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1808

On Thursday, at Edgbaston, Mr. Edward Crowder, of Gough-street to Miss Chapman of New-street in this town – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Jan. 25, 1808.

On Monday, Samuel Ryland, Esq., jun., of this town to Miss Pemberton of Edgbaston – Ari’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Apr. 4, 1808.  For the Ryland pedigree see Burke, Commoners, iv. 406.  For Anne Pemberton see also note on marriage for Apr. 26, 1799.

Monday, at Edgbaston, Mr. Mumford, grocer, of Bull-street in this town to Miss Hurd of the former place – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, May 16, 1808.

Tuesday, in this town, Mr. Flewitt, grocer, of Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham, to Miss Mottram, of this town – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Nov. 14. 1808.

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1809

Last week at Edgbaston, Mr. Thomas Cook, victualler, to Miss Mary Ann McMahon, both of Moor-street in this town – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Mar. 20, 1809.

On Thursday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. E. Burn, Mr. Matthew Webb, surgeon, of Snedhill, Shropshire, to Mrs. Lillington, of Hagley Row, near this town – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, July 24, 1809

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1810

Saturday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. John Griffin, Mr. Henry Bevington, of Surrey Square, London, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Wheeley, of the former place – Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Jan. 22, 1810.

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1811

‘Mr. William Sparrow, of Wolverhampton, to Miss Caroline Mander, of Edgbaston.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Jan. 28, 1811.)  William Sparrow’s pedigree is given in Crisp, Visitation of England and Wales, Vol. I, page 227.

‘On Thursday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. J. F. Palmer, Mr. James Busby, son of James Busby, Esq., of that place, to Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. James Flint, of this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Feb. 18, 1811)

‘Monday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. Charles Pixell, Mr. John Morris, camel hair pencil-maker, to Miss Ann Jenkins, both of this town.
‘Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. William Thompson, jeweller, to Miss Sarah Britton, both of this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for June 24, 1811.)

‘Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. William Firkins, of Kemsey, to Miss Cliff, of Arley.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Aug. 12, 1811)

‘On Tuesday, at Edgbaston, Mr. John Gibbins (sic) to Miss Ann Graham Reynolds, second daughter of Mr. Edward Reynolds, both of High-street in this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Aug. 5, 1811.)

‘Thursday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. Mr. Pixell, John Fox Palmer, Esq., of the above place, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr. James Flint, of this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Aug. 5, 1811.)

Aris’s Birmingham Gazette – Notice of Marriages at Edgbaston 1812

‘Thursday, Mr. Joseph Smart to Miss Hall, both of Halesowen.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Jan. 6, 1812.) Joseph Smart was a butcher.  His pedigree, giving his descent from King Henry VII, is given in Ruvigny, Blood Royal of England, Vol. I, Table LXII.

‘Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. William Greensill, of this town, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. Brentnell, watchmaker, of Sutton Coldfield.
Lately, at Edgbaston, Mr. John Redshaw, rule-maker, of Lench-street, to Miss Sarah Freeth, of Bartholomew-street, both of this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Feb. 10, 1812.)

‘Tuesday, [sic] at Edgbaston, Mr. John Davis, jun., gunmaker, of Aston Road, to Miss Catherine Greaves, second daughter of the late Mr. Greaves, watchmaker, of High-street in this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Feb. 17, 1812.)

‘Thursday, at Edgbaston, Mr. A. Knight, chemist and druggist, to Miss Fanny Clift, both of Dudley.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Feb. 17, 1812.)

‘Tuesday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. Charles Pixell, Thomas Laugher, Esq., of Islington, to Miss Sadler, of Hagley Row.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Mar. 9, 1812)

‘On Thursday, at Edgbaston, John, eldest son of Mr. William Flint, woollen draper, of this town, to Eliza, eldest daughter of W. Groom, Gent., of Cambridge.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, June 29, 1812)

‘Monday, Mr. John Weaver, of Wolverhampton, to Miss Mander, of Edgbaston.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Sep. 28, 1812)

‘Tuesday, at Edgbaston, by the Rev. C. Pixal, Mr. Heynes to Miss Oldnall, both of this town.’ (Aris’s Birmingham Gazette for Monday, Dec. 12, 1812)

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Administration

County: Warwickshire
Civil Registration District: Kings Norton
Probate Court: Court of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield (Cathedral)
Diocese: Worcester
Rural Deanery: Arden
Poor Law Union: Kings Norton
Hundred: Birmingham Borough
Province: Canterbury