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Bishops Cleeve, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Bishop's Cleeve is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire.

Other places in the parish include: Brockhampton, Gotherington, Woodmancote, Southam and Brockhampton, Stoke Orchard, and Southam.

Parish church: St. Michael & All Angel's Church

Parish registers begin: 1563

Nonconformists include: Countess of Huntingdon Methodist and Society of Friends/Quaker.

Parishes adjacent to Bishop's Cleeve

Historical Descriptions

Bishop's Cleeve

The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870

BISHOPS-CLEEVE, a township in Winchcombe district, and a parish in Winchcombe and Tewkesbury districts, Gloucester. The township lies 1¾ mile E of Cleeve r. station, and 3 N by E of Cheltenham; and has a post office under Cheltenham. Real property, £3,950. Pop., 703. Houses, 184. The parish includes also the hamlets of Gotheringtone, Woodmancote, Stoke-Orchard, and Southam and Brockhampton. Acres, 8,150. Real property, £15,107. Pop., 1,970. Houses, 486. The property is much subdivided. The Cleeve hills, along the E, have a crescent-shaped ancient British camp, and the race-ground of the Cheltenham races; and exhibit brilliant scenery of cliff and wood. There are mineral springs. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol Value, £2,000. Patron, the Rev. W. L. Townsend. The church exhibits features from early Norman downward; is cruciform and large; and has a central tower, of modern construction. The parsonage was at one time the residence of the Bishops of Worcester. There are Independent and Baptist chapels and a national school.

Source: The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales [Wilson, John M]. A. Fullarton & Co. N. d. c. [1870-72].

Leonard's Gazetteer of England and Wales 1850

Bishops-Cleeve, 4 m. N. Cheltenham. P. 1944

Source: Leonard's Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850.

Stoke Orchard

Lewis Topographical Dictionary of England 1845

Stoke-Orchard, a chapelry, in the parish and hundred of Bishop’s-Cleeve, union of Tewkesbury, E. division of the county of Gloucester, 4 ½ miles (SE) from Tewkesbury; containing 231 inhabitants, and comprising 1331 acres. The tithes have been commuted for £275. 10., and there is a glebe of three-quarters of an acre.

Source: A Topographical Dictionary of England by Samuel Lewis Fifth Edition Published London; by S. Lewis and Co., 13, Finsbury Place, South. M. DCCC. XLV.

Southam and Brockhampton

Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales 1850

Southam and Brockhampton, 2 m. N.E. Cheltenham. P. 278

Source: Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850

Woodmancote

The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1851

Woodmancot, a hamlet in the parish and hund. of Bishop's-Clive, union of Winchcombe, county of Gloucester; 3½ miles west by south of Winchcombe, and about 2 miles east of the Birmingham and Gloucester railway. In 1833 here were 4 daily schools. Acreage with the parish. Houses 66. A. P. £267. Pop., in 1801, 192; in 1831, 267. Poor rates, in 1838. £37 16s.

Source: The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales; A Fullarton & Co. Glasgow; 1851.

Poll Books

Bishop’s Cleeve Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Gotherington Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Southam and Brockhampton Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Stoke Orchard Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Woodmancote Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Directories

Bishop’s Cleeve Kelly’s Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Bishop’s Cleeve, a township, parish and extensive village, forming the Hundred of Cleeve, in Winchcomb Union, 3 ¼ miles from Cheltenham, and 1 mile north-east from Cleve [sic] station of the Midland railway company.  The living is a rectory, in the archdeaconry of Gloucester and bishopric of Gloucester and Bristol, value £1,570 yearly, with 240 acres of glebe land and residence; patron and incumbent, the Rev. William Lawrence Townsend, M.A., to whom the great tithes principally belong; his curate is the Rev. Edward Lewis, LL.B.  The church of St. Michael is a large building, mostly in the Norman style, with some later additions, with a noble porch of curious workmanship, square embattled tower, clock, chancel, aisles, 6 bells, handsome monument to the De la Bere family, and several others, on the walls.  The Bishops of Worcester resided formerly in the dwelling of the present rector.  The remains of an entrenchment called the Camps still exist on Cleeve Cloud.  There is a salt spring in this parish, formerly enclosed, but now open to the inhabitants, called the Alcester Spa.   Cheltenham races are held here.  A National school for boys and girls, and a chapel for Baptists (Countess of Huntingdon’s), at Woodmancote.  A court leet is held here every two years.  The population of the whole parish, in 1851, was 2,117; the acreage is 8,150, principally arable; the soil is various, but productive.  The population of the township of Bishop’s Cleeve is 745, and the number of acres 2,326.

Southam House is the residence of the Right Honourable Earl of Ellenborough.

Woodmancote is a hamlet 1 mile east, with 432 inhabitants; Southam, 1 mile north-east, and Brockampton, 3 miles north-east from Cheltenham, form another hamlet, with a population of 290.  Gotherington is a hamlet, with a population of 424.  The hamlet of Stoke Orchard, with 1,331 acres, and a population of 226, is in Tewkesbury Union.

Huntley, Manor Farm, Cleeve Hill, Wingmore, Keightgate and Haynes, are other places.

Bishop’s Cleeve
Arkell Mrs. Mary
Ellenborough Right Honourable the Earl, Southam house
Griffiths Frederick Thomas, esq
Lewis Rev. Edward, LL.B
Rayer Mrs. Mary
Townsend Rev. William Lawrence, M.A. (rector)
Turnbull Mrs
White Mrs

Traders
Aldridge John, grocer
Arkell John, farmer
Ballinger George, farmer
Baylis William, farmer
Chandler Neighbour, baker, farmer & maltster
Cole Eliza (Mrs.), mistress of Natinl. schl.
Cole Henry, master of National school
Cooke George, constable in charge, police station
Cresswell William, butcher, blacksmith & farmer
Etheridge Joseph, carpenter
Hobbs Thomas, farmer
Holder John, farmer
Jackson George Hemming, relieving officer & registrar of births & death for Bishop’s Cleeve district
Jackson John, wheelwright & carpenter
Jackson Thomas, farmer
Jewell William, postmaster
Lane & Edwards, farmers, Huntley frm
Lee William, beer retailer & brewer
Little Ann (Mrs.), beer retailer & brewer
Lollis William, blacksmith
May Henry Edward, training stables, Cleeve hill
Mills Paul, baker
Minet Charles, farmer
Minet John, farmer, Manor farm
Minet William, tailor
Organ John, butcher & grocer
Page William, farmer
Preater William, ‘Crown & Harp’
Roberts Eliza (Mrs.), frmr. Southam frm
Roberts James, beer retailer & brewer
Sheepway John, farmer
Sheppard George, collector of rates & nurseryman
Simmons Isaac, brewer, Cleeve hill
Simmons Isaac,’ Rising Sun,’ Cleeve hill
Simons Joseph, grocer
Spragg Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house
Staite Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Stallard John, blacksmith & engine house keeper
Tarling James, carpenter & parish clerk
Taylor John, farmer
Taylor William, farmer
Teall William Wood, beer retailer, brewer, ironmonger & machine maker
Togwell William, farmer
Tomkins James, stonemason
Wilkes John, farmer
Yeend Richard, boot & shoe maker
Yeend Thomas, haulier, Cleeve hill

Brockhampton
Higgins John, farmer
Read Henry, farmer
Woodward Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmer, Wingmore farm

Southam
Traders
Bevan James, beer retailer
Gaskins Wm. farmer, Keightgate farm
Holder William, farmer, Haymes farm
New John, farmer
Owen Edward, farmer
Read Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmer
Villar John, farmer & cattle dealer

Woodmancote
Traders
Barnes James, farmer & miller
Barnes William, farmer
Etheridge George, cooper
Hobbs Neighbour, farmer
Hobbs Thomas, farmer
Jennings Henry, farmer
Kitchen William, farmer
Langston Moses, farmer
Leech John, farmer
Leech William, farmer
Little John, farmer
Minet Joseph, farmer
New John, brewer & beer retailer
Newman Charles, dairyman & grocer
Potter William, farmer
Read Henry, farmer
Smith Edward, farmer
Stanton James, farmer
Stanton Richard, beer retailer
Surman George, beer retailer & farmer
Surman Richard, farmer

Source: Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire with Bath and Bristol.  Printed and Published by Kelly and Co., 19, 20 & 21, Old Boswell Court, St. Clement’s, Strand, London. 1856.

Gotherington Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Gotherington is a hamlet in the township and parish of, and about a mile from, Bishop’s Cleeve, 6 south-east from Tewkesbury station, and 5 west-by-north from Winchcomb.  Here is a chapel for Independents.  It is in Winchcomb Union, Cleeve Hundred.  The population, in 1851, was 424.

Tredington is a township and parish in Tewkesbury Hundred and Union, having 870 acres, and a population of 143.

Clark Richard, shopkeeper
Cresswell Benjamin, blacksmith
Fowler Isaac, shopkeeper
Fowler Richard, farmer
Harman William, farmer
Harris William, farmer
Hetherington Thomas, carpenter
Hobbs Hannah (Mrs.), farmer
Hobbs William, farmer
Holbrook Edward, ropemaker
Holder Richard, farmer
Hone George, farmer
Jackson John, farmer, Prescott cottage
Jackson William, farmer
Lee & Pearson, farmers
Peart Isaac, stonemason
Price William, farmer
Rayer Richard, farmer, Gotherington field farm
Reeve James, farmer
Reeve John, farmer
Reeve Samuel, farmer
Reeve William, beer retailer
Roberts George, farmer
Roberts Richard & James, farmers
Slater George, carpenter
Sollis Henry, blacksmith
Tarling William, shoemaker
Weyman James, carpenter
Weyman John, carpenter
White John, farmer
Williams Richard, farmer

Letters through Tewkesbury.

Source: Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire with Bath and Bristol.  Printed and Published by Kelly and Co., 19, 20 & 21, Old Boswell Court, St. Clement’s, Strand, London. 1856.

Parish Records

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Marriages

Marriages at Bishop’s Cleeve 1563 to 1812

Note. – The Registers of Bishop’s Cleeve were arranged during May, 1896, by the writer of this note, Mr. Sidney J. Madge, through the courtesy of the Rev. Thomas Jefson, M.A., Rector.

The arrangement has been as follows:-

  • i. Baptisms … xviij Aprill 1563 to 18 Mar. 1746/7
  • Marriages … viij May 1563 to 7 June 1747 796 Entries
  • Burials … ix Aprill 1563 to 4 Oct. 1746
  • ii. Baptisms … 28 Mar. 1747 to 26 Dec. 1812
  • Marriages … 21 Feb. 1748 to 8 Dec. 1767 156 Entries
  • Burials … v Apr. 1747 to 30 Dec. 1812
  • iii. Banns … 22 Apr. 1754 to 22 Feb. 1835 351 Entries
  • Marriages … 22 Apr. 1754 to 5 Dec. 1812 581 Entries
  • iv. Baptisms … 24 Jan. 1813 to 4 June 1848 1,600 Entries
  • v. Baptisms … 4 June 1848 to [22 Mar. 1896] 2,004 Entries
  • vi. Marriages … 9 Feb. 1813 to 6 Apr. 1837 241 Entries
  • vii. Marriages … 3 July 1837 to [20 Jan. 1896] 486 Entries
  • viii. Burials … 10 Jan. 1813 to 19 July 1859 1,568 Entries
  • ix. Burials … 21 July 1859 to 31 Mar. 1885 800 Entries
  • x. Burials … 3 Apr. 1885 to [20 Apr. 1896] 284 Entries

In all there are 6,983 entries from 10 Jan. 1813 to 20 Apr. 1896 – i.e., 3,604 Baptisms, 727 Marriages, 2,652 Burials. From April 22, 1754, to Feb. 22, 1835, there are 351 banns of marriage. The marriages number 2,127 from 8 May 1563, to 20 Jan. 1896, being 1,400 during the period 1563-1812 – that is to say, sixteenth century marriages (1563-1600), 188; seventeenth century, 453; eighteenth century, 632; nineteenth century, (1801 to Jan. 1896), 854. The yearly average of marriages has increased from 5 in the sixteenth century, and 6 in the eighteenth, to 9 in the present century. An interesting comparison may be made by reference to the marriages, burials and baptisms in each of the following years:-

  • Baptisms … (1563) 28; (1596) 28; (1696) 34; (1796) 28; (1896) 31
  • Marriages … (1563) 8; (1596) 3; (1696) 7; (1796) 6; (1896) 11
  • Burials … (1563) 18; (1596) 33; (1696) 16; (1796) 19; (1896) 31
  • Totals … (1563) 54; (1596) 64; (1696) 57; (1796) 53; (1896) 73

The baptisms from 1813 to 1896 (May) show a yearly average of 43; marriages an average of 8, and burials of 31 during the same period.

The recorded marriages for each decade in the period 1563-1812 are as follows:-

  
1563-157038
1571-158062
1581-159049
1591-160039
1601-161047
1611-162035
1621-163052
1631-164057
1641-16509
1651-166013
1661-167031
1671-168044
1681-169040
1691-170045
1701-171053
1711-172026
1721-173022
1731-174040
1741-175023
1751-176092
1761-1770100
1771-1780122
1781-179066
1791-180088
1801-1810105
1811-181222
Total1440

The Registers are in an excellent state of preservation. The first “alias” occurs in 1571, the first licence in 1673, and the first recorded place in 1604. The following gaps occur among the marriages:-

First: 1616, July 22, to 1618, May 25.

Second: 1718/9 [sic], Jan. 18, to 1621, May 6.

Third: 1621, Oct 29, to 1623, Oct. 20.

Fourth: 1641, Aug. 20, to 1644/5, Jan. 26.

Fifth: 1645, Aug. 4, to 1649-50, 9 Feb.

Sixth: 1649-50, Feb. 11, to 1653, June 29.

Seventh: 1656/7, Feb. 9, to 1661, June 29.

Eighth: 1668/9, Jan. 27, to 1670, May 24.

Ninth: 1710/1, Jan. 14, to 1712, Apr. 25.

Tenth: 1741, July 23, to 1743, Apr. 16.

At the end of the second register, three pages are devoted to a list of payments for “Mortuaries”; altogether 98 persons are recorded, the period being 1753 to 1821.

The title of the first Register, as given on the first sheet of parchment, is as given below:-

“The regester booke containynge all the christninges, wedings, and burialls ffrom the yere of our Lord God one thousand ffive hundred sixtie and three – Wrytten by me, Richard Owen, clerke, curat of Cleave in the yeare of our Lord God 1598. Richard Fowler, Richard Garne and Richard Lisle then church wardens.”

There is also a quaint note in the same volume, on the page following the burials of 1711, which runs thus:-

“Memorandum that vpon ye 29th of August being the 12th Sunday after Trinity An. Dom. 1669 Thomas Restall of Stoake Orchard in ye parish of Bishops Cleeve being legally excomunicated for apparent contumacy, and so continuing for many months, by ye Rightful Worshipfull Chancellour of ye Diocesse of Gloucest’r did make humble Confession of his faults before ye Right Reverend Father in God William Lord Bishop of Gloucester, publickely in the Parish Church of Bishops Cleeve aforesaid in forme and manner as here followeth:

“I Thomas Restall doe humbly confesse and acknowledg that I have greviously offended God, in Contemning his Majesties Godly and lawfull Gouerment and Authority by absenting my Selfe from Church, and from hearinge Divine Service, contrary to the Godly Laws and Statutes of this Realme, and in vsing and frequenting disordered & Vnlawfull Conventicles and Assemblys, Vnder pretense and colour of Exercise of Religion, and an heartily sorry for the same, and doe acknowledg and testifie in my Conscionce that noe other Person hath or ought to have any Power or Authority over his Majestie, and I doe promise and protest without any Dissimulation, or any Colour or Meanes of any Dispensation that from henceforth I will from Time to Time obey and performe his Majesties Laws and Statutes in Repairing to the Church, and hearing Diuine Service and doe my vtmost Indeauour to mainetaine and defend the same, and this I doe heartily readily and of my owne Accord. August 29th, 1669.”

This transcript of Marriages has been prepared by Mr. Sidney J. Madge, and is now printed under his supervision by permission of the Rev. Thomas Jefson, M.A., Rector of Bishop’s Cleeve.

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Marriages at Bishop's Cleeve 1563-1812 - UK Genealogy Archives

Transcriptions

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1806 to 1812

George Shelton & Edith Restal, 18 Feb. 1806

Joseph Alferd & Mary Barnes, 12 May 1806

William Cox, of Deerhurst, & Dorcas Cherrington, lic., 13 June 1806

Thomas Goodall & Eliz. Tarling, 5 July 1806

Aaron Evans & Mary Baylis, 11 Sept. 1806

William Dyer & Hannah Cherington, lic., 8 Oct. 1806

Thomas Camden, of Todenham, & Eliz. Turner, 15 Dec. 1806

William Tomkins & Mary Potter, 18 Dec. 1806

William Surman & Eliz. Fowler, 19 Dec. 1806

John Hawkins, w., & Merril Fisher, w., 1 Jan. 1807

John Smith & Esther Bowles, 2 Mar. 1807

Joseph Farley, w., & Eliz. Yeates, 16 Apr. 1807

George Spencer & Nancy Weston, lic., 23 Apr. 1807

Henry Roberts & Ann Ballinger, lic., 25 May 1807

William Kersey & Nancy Roberts, lic., 25 May 1807

John Nind & Sarah Nind, lic., 25 June 1807

James Motley, of Cheltenham, & Ann Parker, w., lic., 26 July 1807

Thomas Izod, of Dumbleton, & Ann Hampton, 30 July 1807

Benjamin Kitchen & Sarah Kersy, w., lic., 11 Aug. 1807

John Robinson & Mary Phelps, 8 Sept. 1807

James Morris & Mary Coal, 14 Nov. 1807

William Scott & Mary Wilkins, 18 Nov. 1807

John Reams & Mary Reeve, 11 Dec. 1807

Robert Sumerfield & Lidia Ralph, 5 Jan. 1808

John Rose & Ann Leech, 12 Jan. 1808

John Mansell, of Holy Trinity, Gloucester, & Eliz. Price, lic. 25 Jan. 1808

Thomas Barnard & Mary Tomblinson, 4 Feb. 1808

Richard Mancel, w., & Ann Long, 8 Feb. 1808

James Spencer, of Colwall, Hereford, & Ann Young, lic., 22 Apr. 1808

Thomas Beltcher & Mary Wilks, 7 June 1808

George Hone & Sarah Evans were m. in the Chapel of Stoke Orchard, lic., 13 July 1808

John Peart & Sophia Collins, 5 Sept. 1808

Edward Parker & Ann Price, lic., 10 Oct. 1808

George Beard & Sarah King, 13 Oct. 1808

Joseph Sisom, of Sevenhamton, & Sarah Harrison, 1 Nov. 1808

John Clements & Sarah Price, 7 Nov. 1808

Thomas Ballinger & Ann Yeend, 24 Nov. 1808

Ed. Turner, of Shipton Olliffe, & Ann Trinder, 5 Dec. 1808

Henry Crasswell & Sarah Wasley, lic., 22 Dec. 1808

Wm. Harris, of Prestbury, w., & Mary Meeks, 13 Feb. 1809

John Herbert, of Lackhampton, & Margaret Hone, lic., 13 Feb. 1809

Edward Greenwood, of Cheltenham, & Rachel Hone, lic., 16 Oct. 1809

James Hart & Mary Billings, 23 Oct. 1809

Thomas Read & Ann Courter, lic., 26 Oct. 1809

Richard Stallard, of Withington, & Eliz. Drinkwater, lic., 1 Nov. 1809

Aaron Pool & Mary Davis, 7 Dec. 1809

George Bowls & Joanna Page, lic., 14 May 1810

Charles Holder & Martha Hone, lic., 22 May 1810

William Trinder, w., & Ann Bennet, lic., 29 May 1810

James Savory & Esther Simmons, w., 9 July 1810

Joseph Parker & Hannah Cole, lic., 18 Oct. 1810

William Hanks & Ann Chew, lic., 29 Oct. 1810

John Agg & Ann Wood, 18 Feb. 1811

John Fowler & Mary Smith, of St. Michael’s, Gloucester, lic., 8 May 1811

James Yeend & Ann Jynes, 23 May 1811

Henry Gaskins & Sarah Webb, lic., 1 June 1811

Giles Page & Ann Shill, w., 10 Oct. 1811

John Warder, of Alderton, & Mary Evans, lic., 24 Oct. 1811

John Surman & Sarah Powis, 30 Oct. 1811

John Attwood, w., & Eliz. Thornbury, lic., 21 Nov. 1811

William Jacksons & Eliz. Crasswell, 27 Nov. 1811

Joseph Spencer & Eliz. Price, lic., 14 Dec. 1811

John Camden & Hannah Feeman, 16 Dec. 1811

Edward Ems & Sarah Barnard, 30 Dec. 1811

John Phips & Eliz. Flaid, 7 Jan. 1812

William Turbervill, w., & Catherine Wilks, 14 May 1812

George Hawker & Ann Harper, 18 May 1812

John Haines, of Strensham, Worcs., & Anne Martin, lic., 23 Oct. 1812

Thomas Simons & Margaret Page, 26 Oct. 1812

William Perry & Sarah Booth, lic., 29 Oct. 1812

Thomas Austin & Eliz. Aston, 10 Nov. 1812

John Lyes & Ann Harrison, 22 Nov. 1812

Thomas Browett, of Tewkesbury, & Martha Pulham, lic., 30 Nov. 1812

Benjamin Etheridge & Mary Boulton, 5 Dec. 1812

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1800 to 1805

Richard Slatter & Mary King, lic., 15 Feb. 1800

Thomas Hatheway, w., & Mary Trinder, w., lic., 24 Feb. 1800

Richard Hobbs & Ann Ward, lic., 19 June 1800

William Fluck & Mary Havard, 13 Oct. 1800

Thomas Sandford & Eliz. Andrews, 13 Nov. 1800

Thomas Smith & Ann Holbrook, 1 Dec. 1800

Daniel Shill & Ann Wasley, 14 Dec. 1800

Henry Waver & Mary Townly, 19 Feb. 1801

Samuel Little, of Lackhamton, & Eliz. Hunt, lic., 21 Mar. 1801

William Farling & Mary Barnard, 6 Apr. 1801

George Okey & Mary Barnard, 13 Apr. 1801

Thomas Stock & Sarah Crook, 24 Oct. 1801

John Dovey, of Tewkesbury, w., & Sarah Cooke, 5 Jan. 1802

William Potter & Eliz. Nind, lic., 5 Jan. 1802

John Townly, w., & Eliz. Barnes, 7 Jan. 1802

Thomas Thorndel & Sarah Collins, 13 Jan. 1802

John Church & Mary James, 9 Feb. 1802

William Moss, of Mongwell, Oxfordshire, & Eliz. Potter, lic., 8 Apr. 1802

Robert Hiett & Judith Attwood, 29 Apr. 1802

John Holder & Eliz. Fowler, lic., 24 June 1802

Francis Tombs, of Twining, & Nancy Booth, lic., 4 July 1802

William Trinder & Eliz. Gaskins, lic., 8 July 1802

Thomas Charter, of St. John’s, Gloucester, & Hester Cotterill, lic., 10 Aug. 1802

Charles Darke & Mary Geers, 30 Sept. 1802

John Hodges & Hannah Hallard, 12 Oct. 1802

Henry Dun Mathews & Ann Havard, 12 Oct. 1802

William Davis & Ann Mansil, 25 Nov. 1802

James Jones & Mary Grizzell, lic., 5 Mar. 1803

James Lloyd (?) & Mary Wakefield, 10 May 1803

Richard Thorndall, of Elmstone Hardwick, & Ann Collins, lic., 18 July 1803

John Welch & Ann Hamblin, lic., 1 Aug. 1803

William Barnes, of Winchcomb, w., & Eliz. Wasley, 6 Aug. 1803

William Smith, of Miserden, & Hannah Staite, 11 Oct. 1803

William Hobbs & Catherine Perry, lic., 28 Dec. 1803

Thomas Staunton & Ann Price, 10 Jan. 1804

Matthew Smith & Mary Barnes, 10 Feb. 1804

Joseph Barnett & Anne Blake, lic., 19 Apr. 1804

James Butt & Lucy Cotterell, lic., 24 May 1804

William Norris & Mary Hill, lic., 3 Sept. 1804

William Darke & Eliz. Smith, lic., 11 Oct. 1804

Thomas Nind & Ann Crasswell, lic., 17 Oct. 1804

Richard Morris & Ann Page, 17 Oct. 1804

William Minett & Mary Ann Parker, 18 Oct. 1804

John Staite & Mary Bethall, 29 Oct. 1804

Joseph Yeend, of Elmstone Hardwick, & Betty Holder, lic., 1 Nov. 1804

Joseph Wilks & Mary Etheridge, 13 Nov. 1804

William Fisher & Mary Yeend, 8 Dec. 1804

William Nind, w., & Hannah Morgan, w., lic., 19 Dec. 1804

Robert Phelps & Ann Folkes, lic., 20 Dec. 1804

Richard Fisher, of Prestbury, & Eliz. Preston, 18 Mar. 1805

John Cherington & Mary Sollis, lic., 19 Mar. 1805

Samuel Harris & Eliz. Stock, 24 Apr. 1805

Joseph Webb & Charlotte Sollis, lic., 11 May 1805

Richard Nind & Lucy Nind, lic., 16 May 1805

Samuel Hughes & Hannah Barnes, 30 May 1805

Thomas Perry & Sarah Ward, lic., 7 June 1805

William Robinson, of Winchcomb, & Ann Nind, lic., 12 June 1805

Thomas Hancock & Eliz. Smith, 10 Oct. 1805

Samuel Yeates, of Swindon, & Hannah Peart, 8 Nov. 1805

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1795 to 1799

William Arkel & Esther Gale, lic., 8 Jan. 1795

Peter Roberts & Betty Flaid, 12 May 1795

Richard Brown & Hannah Kirby, 19 Nov. 1795

John Townly & Eliz. Morris, 23 Nov. 1795

Richard Taylor, of Deerhurst Wolton, & Hester Phelps, lic., 11 Mar. 1796

Samuel Jones & Sarah Simons, w., lic., 20 Aug. 1796

William Hem(m)in(g)s & Mary Barnes, 5 Oct. 1796

Thomas Tarling & Hester Wood, lic., 7 Oct. 1796

Jeremiah Cresser, of Prestbury, & Mary James, lic., 14 Oct. 1796

John Haines, w., & Hannah Collet, 26 Dec. 1796

Thomas Whitford, of Evesham, Worcs., & Sarah Keck, lic., 24 Jan. 1797

Edward Gest, of Forthamton, Worcs., & Ann Bear, 2 Apr. 1797

John Crasswell & Susanah Nind, lic., 20 Apr. 1797

William Smith of Breedon, Worcs., & Mary Hobbs, 24 July 1797

William James, w., & Eliz. Parker, 19 Sept. 1797

William Jacksons, w., & Mary Yeats, 17 Oct. 1797

John Minett & Ann Hood, 23 Oct. 1797

James Edwards & Hannah Straton, 23 Oct. 1797

Thomas Hide & Ann Gardener, 7 Nov. 1797

William Alwood & Eliz. Griffin, 12 Nov. 1797

Joseph Kear, w., & Catherine Coal, 20 Nov. 1797

Richard Jones, of Arkchurch [Ashchurch ?], & Mary Sole, lic., 23 Nov. 1797

George Bridgman & Mary Harris, 28 Dec. 1797

Thomas Clutterbook & Eliz. Bishop, 19 Jan. 1798

Simeon Warder & Hester Collett, of Alderton, lic., 19 Feb. 1798

Samuel Cherington, w., & Mary Lawrance, lic., 16 May 1798

Richard Mansel & Mary Long, 31 May 1798

John Farley & Mary Cooksy, 2 June 1798

John Hughes & Ann James, 2 Oct. 1798

John Pamer, of Sevenhamton, & Ann Sheilds, lic., 2 Oct. 1798

Richard Reed, of Grafton Flyford, Worcs., & Ann Trinder, lic., 16 Oct. 1798

William Curtis & Eliz. Gainer, 19 Nov. 1798

Thomas Slater & Mary Spencer, 1 Dec. 1798

Joseph Hughes, of Dowswell, & Jane French, 30 Dec. 1798

Thomas Simmons & Hester Hamton, w., 7 Jan. 1799

John Leech & Jane Hughes, lic., 23 Mar. 1799

William Kitchen & Eliz. Perry, lic., 16 May 1799

Daniel Reeve & Mary Baker, 19 June 1799

John Sollis & Ann Davis, lic., 30 July 1799

John Howman, of Prestbury, & Eliz. Hone, lic., 5 Aug. 1799

Thomas Caldecourt & Sarah Day, 7 Sept. 1799

William Dean & Mary Wasley, 24 Oct. 1799

Leonard Moss & Hester Cox, 28 Nov. 1799

Jonathan Tomblinson & Mary Jacksons, 3 Dec. 1799

George Webb & Sarah Cherington, lic., 7 Dec. 1799

Thomas Hughes & Ann Mosely, 23 Dec. 1799

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1790 to 1794

Charles Booth, w., & Elizalis Betty Garn, lic., 18 Aug. 1790

Thomas Roberts, of Oxington, & Nancy Tomkins, lic., 11 Oct. 1790

William Hampton & Hester Hathaway, 13 Oct. 1790

Joseph Havard & Mary Crook, 13 Oct. 1790

Giles Perry, w., & Eliz. Long, lic., 29 Oct. 1790

William Barnard, w., & Ann Barnard, w., 31 Oct. 1790

Edward Reeve & Mary Townly, 21 Dec. 1790

Edward Ballenger, w., & Jane Hudlass, w., lic., 20 Jan. 1791

Edward Holbrook & Esther Potter, lic., 17 Mar. 1791

John Staite & Mary Nind, lic., 18 Oct. 1791

Joseph Birt & Mary Roberts, lic., 11 Apr. 1792

William Jacksons & Sarah Leech, w., 5 May 1792

Job Atkins & Eliz. Webb, w., lic., 16 June 1792

John Philips & Eliz. Roberts, 6 Aug. 1792

John Tomlinson & Eliz. Reeve, 18 Nov. 1792

William Slatter, w., & Ann Hathaway, 25 Nov. 1792

Joseph Barnes & Mary Cook, lic., 12 Jan. 1793

James Tarling, w., & Ann Long, w., lic., 13 Feb. 1793

James Cox & Hannah Pursurs, lic., 21 Feb. 1793

John Tealey & Sarah Kerby, lic., 4 Mar. 1793

John Wyman & Hannah Crosswell, 14 Mar. 1793

James Potter & Mary Sollis, lic., 21 Mar. 1793

John Nind & Charlotte Cull, lic., 23 May 1793

Richard Staunton & Mary Harrison, 27 May 1793

William Kitchin & Hannah Staunton, 28 June 1793

Thomas Heal & Ann Powes, w., 14 July 1793

William Morgan, of Bisley, & Hannah Potter, lic., 15 July 1793

William Holder & Sarah Nind, lic., 8 Aug. 1793

John Staunton & Mary Barton, lic., 23 Aug. 1793

William Alington & Ann Smart, 15 Oct. 1793

Benjamin Bullock & Mary Green, 28 Oct. 1793

William Phelps, w., & Mary Barnes, lic., 17 Nov. 1793

Joseph Page, w., & Eliz. Smith, 4 Dec. 1793

William Crook of Whitington & Sarah Mason, 5 Jan. 1794

William Jacksons & Mary Reeve, lic., 11 Feb. 1794

Thomas Smith, jun., of Overbury, Worcs., & Eliz. Chew, lic., 5 Mar. 1794

John Preston & Ann Perry, lic., 11 July 1794

Anthony Morris & Mary Barnes, 25 Aug. 1794

John Bayles & Hannah Barker, 1 Sept. 1794

William Billingsly & Mary Davis, lic., 23 Sept. 1794

William Tarling, w., & Hester Bayles, 5 Oct. 1794

William Gaskins & Mary Trinder, lic., 29 Dec. 1794

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1783 to 1789

Volume III. – Part II (1783 – 1812).

John Burford, cordwainer, & Sarah Wasley, 7 Oct. 1783

Joseph Page, labourer, & Mary Ball, 30 Nov. 1783

Joseph Roberts, of Much Birch, Hereford, & Caroline James, lic., 15 Jan. 1784

Richard Hobbs, of Oxinton, labourer, & Susanna Nind, lic., 14 Feb. 1784

Richard Reeve, labourer, & Eliz. Coats, 5 Aug. 1784

George Guy, of Ashchurch, labourer, & Mary Slatter, lic., 29 Aug. 1784

Rowland Lee, w., & Eliz. Allsop, by lic. from the Archbishop of Canterbury, 2 Sept. 1784

Samuel Long, labourer, & Mary Holder, lic., 1 Oct. 1784

John Smith, of Winchcomb, & Ann Jacksons, lic., 19 Nov. 1784

Martin Tiff, labourer, & Mary Cordal, 25, Dec. 1784

William Wasley & Eliz. Rowland, alias Ebelthite, lic., 3 Feb. 1785

William Whitford, of Stanway, & Sarah Sysam, lic., 5 May 1785

Robert Harris & Hannah Puzey, lic., 21 Aug. 1785

Michael Sutten & Sarah Carter, 22 Nov. 1785

William Kitchin & Ann Ballenger, 19 Mar. 1786

Thomas Turner, labourer, & Mary Clements, w., 9 May 1786

John Philips, w., & Mary Roggers, 23 Aug. 1786

Michael Davison & Sarah Trinder, lic., 28 Aug. 1786

James Wood & Nancy Attwood, of Elmston Herdwick, 18 Dec. 1786

Thomas Long & Mary Norris, lic., 24 Dec. 1786

William Piffe, of Elmstone Hardwick, & Sarah Minott, lic., 16 July 1787

Benjamin Lyes & Susanna Tomlinson, lic., 21 Aug. 1787

Richard Williams & Sarah Ballenger, lic., 2 Oct. 1787

Thomas Croswell, of Eckington, Worcs., & Betty Lyes, lic., 14 Oct. 1787

John Hyett, of Standish, & Sarah Green, lic., 20 Oct. 1787

William Mitchel & Sarah Tomlinson, 29 Oct. 1787

John Collet & Mary Ethereg, 24 Nov. 1787

William Powell, of Deerhurst, & Betty Warder, lic., 28 Dec. 1787

John Dobbins Clifton, of Ashchurch, & Ann Webb, lic., 31 Jan. 1788

Isaac Baylis & Ann Andrews, 4 Feb. 1788

Thos. Teal & Ann Wood, 4 Feb. 1788

Thos. Warder & Mary Ierland [sic], of Alderton, lic., 5 Feb. 1788

Isaac Courtier & Ann Sollis, lic., 14 Feb. 1788

William Cotterill, of Tredington & Mary Read, lic., 25 Mar. 1788

John Hawkins & Eliz. Howell, 21 Apr. 1788

Richard Scrivens, of Woolston, & Hannah Brown, lic., 19 May 1788

John Parker, of Painswick, & Ann Pearce, lic., 21 May 1788

Christopher Huband Smith, of Fecknam [sic], Worcs., & Eliz. Laughton, lic., 1 July 1788

John Witts & Eliz. Tiff, w., lic., 12 July 1788

William Turbervile & Ann Sallis, 9 Dec. 1788

Edward Hall, of Badgworth, & Eliz. Havard, lic., 28 Feb. 1789

John Powis & Ann Holder, 15 Sept. 1789

William Jordan & Mary Leech, lic., 2 Dec. 1789

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1775 to 1783

Charles Fowler & Eliz. Lamb, lic., 4 Apr. 1775

Richd. Clements & Mary Tombs, lic., 15 May 1775

John Ussell, of Elmston Hardwick, & Sarah Cull, 4 June 1775

Isaac Alerd, of Little Washburn, Worcs., & Eliz. Attwood, lic., 6 June 1775

William Collins, of Tewkesbury, & Sarah Kemmis, lic., 28 June 1775

Thomas Hitch & Hester Williams, of Winchcomb, 15 Aug. 1775

Thomas Insall, of Tewkesbury, & Thomas [sic] Nind, lic., 18 Sept. 1775

Edward Lawcame, of Churchdown, & Eliz. Cole, 8 Dec. 1775

John Hewinson, of Prestbury, & Eliz. Soule, lic., 10 Dec. 1775

Charles Page & Sarah Roberts, 25 Dec. 1775

Thos. Oakey & Betty Wyman Wilks, 23 Jan. 1776

James Barns & Margery Potter, lic.,, 1 Feb. 1776

Thomas Bond, of Winchcomb, & Mary Motley, 24 Jan. 1776

William Webb & Eliz. Commins, lic., 14 Apr. 1776

Job Westmacot & Eliz. Mitchell, 16 Apr. 1776

Samuel Cherrington & Hannah Roberts, of Swindon, lic., 13 June 1776

Jno. Shaiel & Ann Harason, 25 June 1776

Thomas Mansell & Mary Wilks, 15 July 1776

Wm. Tarling & Eliz. Colley, lic., 24 July 1776

James Billins & Eliz. Rook, 4 Aug. 1776

Henry Whithern, of Ashchurch, & Hannah Maria Harris, lic., 6 Aug. 1776

James Page & Sarah Spencer, 8 Sept. 1776

Thomas Mathus & Mary Baldwin, lic., 29 Sept. 1776

Jno. Sims & Sarah Page, 14 Oct. 1776

Robert Gilett, of Tudington, & Hannah Oliver, lic., 25 Oct. 1776

Willm. Barnes & Ann Ethereg, 7 Nov. 1776

Willm. Townly & Sarah Batcheler, 7 Apr. 1777

James Yeend, of Elmston Hardwick, & Mary Potter, lic., 7 May 1777

Joseph Kear & Mary Leech, 12 May 1777

George Reeve & Eliz. Wilks, lic., 19 June 1777

Giles Bently & Mary Martin, 26 Oct. 1777

Abel Wood & Eliz. Stollard, 28 Oct. 1777

Thomas Mathews, of Alderton, & Ann Tomlins, lic., 7 Dec. 1777

Richard Fowler & Sarah Kittermuster, lic., 18 Dec. 1777

William Sollis & Eliz. Trew, lic., 27 Dec. 1777

John Turner & Ann Roberts, 2 Feb. 1778

William Hardy, of Upton, Worcs., & Sarah Hill, lic., 6 Jan. 1778

Rich. Hobbs & Molly Ruck, of Prescott, lic., 12 Feb. 1778

William Baldwin & Eliz. Seymore, 3 Mar. 1778

Charles Page & Mary Stock, 11 Apr. 1778

John Church & Dorathy Townly, 13 Apr. 1778

William Hudlus & Jean Barns, lic., 7 May 1778

Benjamin Bennetts, of Ruardane, & Mary Phelps, lic., 11 June 1778

Thomas Wilkins & Jean Stollard, 5 Aug. 1778

Joseph Potter & Mary Kear, lic., 6 Sept. 1778

John Commins, of Sudely, & Sarah Kibble, 13 Oct. 1778

Joseph Powell, of Charlton Kings, & Mary Hawling, lic., 10 Sept. 1778

Willm. Long & Ann Smith, lic., 22 Oct. 1778

David Cull & Joyce Johns, 23 Nov. 1778

John Price & Sarah Harason, 26 Nov. 1778

William Nichols & Prudence Johnsons, 10 Dec. 1778

Edward Townsend, of Upton upon Severn, & Hannah Hill, lic., 14 Dec. 1778

Wm. Tomblinson & Ann Aston, lic.,, 28 Jan. 1779

Thomas Hamond & Ann Stollard, 11 Feb. 1779

Richard Fowler & Sarah Nind, lic., 11 Feb. 1779

Francis Skirrett, of Worley, Stafford, & Mary Hawker, lic., 23 Feb. 1779

Decimus Hawker, of Oxendon, & Susannah Sutton, lic., 22 Mar. 1779

James Simons & Mary Freeman, 5 May 1779

Thomas Chitterten & Sarah Cook, 14 Sept. 1779

John Preston & Mary Hooper, lic., 3 Oct. 1779

William Weaver & Mary Patrick, 14 Nov. 1779

Cartwright Buckel & Mary Meek, 15 Nov. 1779

Thomas Tiffe & Eliz. Roberts, lic., 5 Dec. 1779

Charles Ramus, Esqr., & Mary Pickering, lic., 6 Dec. 1779

John Potter & Margreat Long, lic., 21 Dec. 1779

Benjamen Simons & Sarah Troughton, 13 Mar. 1780

William Potter & Mary Preston, lic., 12 May 1780

James Tarling & Eliz. Webb, lic., 1 June 1780

Thomas Page & Ann James, 25 June 1780

William King & Ann Tayler, 11 Oct. 1780

Thomas Hawks & Betrice Wilson, 23 Oct. 1780

Henry Holbrook & Eliz. Tomlinson, 26 Oct. 1780

John Smith & Mary Arkell, 6 Nov. 1780

John Surman & Mary Beren, lic., 8 Mar. 1781

John Stollard & Mary Morris, 9 Apr. 1781

Thomas Roberts & Ann Ward, lic., 23 May 1781

William Ballenger & Hannah Tarling, 20 July 1781

James Dunly, of Cuberly, & Mary Burford, 31 July 1781

Thomas Young & Sarah Stollard, 10 Sept. 1781

John King & Eliz. Washbourn, 6 Nov. 1781

James Harris & Sarah Shipway, lic., 7 Feb. 1782

Crispin Bayles & Hannah Parker, 26 Nov. 1782

John Laughton & Ann Trinder, lic., 29 May 1782

William Williams, of St. John’s, Gloucester, & Hannah Barnard, lic., 8 Nov. 1782

James Yeat, of Stresham (?) Worcs., & Ann Aston, 17 Nov. 1782

Giles Perry & Ann Hawling, lic., 1 Jan. 1783

George Simons & Sarah Nichols, 6 Jan. 1783

John Freeman & Sarah Darke, lic., 14 May 1783

William Chandler & Mary Gainer, both of Stoke Orchard, lic., 2 June 1783

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1770 to 1774

Thomas Hamblin, of Stoke Orchard, & Ann Hyde, of Staverton, lic., 1 Jan. 1770

John Hamblin & Nancy, otherwise Ann Beale, both of Stoke Orchard, lic., 10 Feb. 1770

John Jones & Ann Stollar, 27 Feb. 1770

Thos. Thorndel & Eliz. Dance, 21 May, 1770

George Fluck, of Swindon, & Joan Wright, lic., 26 June 1770

Daniel Smith & Joanah Toms, of Deerhurst, lic., 28 June 1770

Richd. Jones & Susanna Cull, 24 Aug. 1770

James Billins & Mary Dudly, 12 Oct. 1770

Edward Holbrook & Mary Hancock, lic., 16 Oct. 1770

Theophilus Holland, of Presbury, & Eliz. Webb, lic., 12 Nov. 1770

William Keen & Mary Jarling, lic., 25 Nov. 1770

Anthony Webb & Ann Johnsons, 9 Dec. 1770

William Wils, of Ashchurch, & Ann Simons, 25 Dec. 1770

Henry Gaskins & Eliz. Read, lic., 2 Jan. 1771

John Phelpstid, of Tirley & Sarah Cook, 21 Jan. 1771

William Leech & Sarah Jones, 27 Jan. 1771

John Long, of Churchdown, & Eliz. Staight, lic., 1 Apr. 1771

Richard Webb & Joan Harris, 30 May 1771

William Jacksons & Joan Watts, 1 June 1771

Richard Staite, of Stoke Orchard, & Ann Sowle, of Woodmancoat, lic., 17 June 1771

Mr. Richd. Webb & Miss Greace Deleber, lic., 23 June 1771

Micael Bowels & Ann Slatter, 31 July 1771

John Long, of Stoke Orchard, & Margreat Read, lic., 12 Oct. 1771

William Leach & Ann Killmaster, lic., 17 Oct. 1771

Thomas Wasly & Eliz. Bartton, 20 Oct. 1771

Simon Floyd & Betty Wood, 21 Oct. 1771

William Barnard & Ann Sheriff, lic., 11 Dec. 1771

Thomas Long & Eliz. Tompkins, 1 Mar. 1772

Joseph Thorndel, of Elmstone Hardwick, & Anne Hancock, 2 Mar. 1772

Charles Barns & Mary Greening, lic., 6 May 1772

Willm. Halling & Ann Wells, lic., 6 July 1772

John Booth & Mary Hind, lic., 17 July 1772

Thos. Harding, of Winchcomb, & Eliz. Benfield, 2 Oct. 1772

Thos. Carter & Hannah Barns, 18 Oct. 1772

James Potter & Betty Timbrell, lic., 5 Nov. 1772

Richd. French & Ann Hemine, lic., 16 Nov. 1772

James Howford & Sarah Harris, 22 Apr. 1773

Daniel Barnard & Mary Tomkins, 13 June 1773

John Lewis & Sarah Killmaster, lic., 12 Aug. 1773

Benjamin Burfort & Hannah Woolly, lic., 10 Oct. 1773

Willm. Bethell & Sarah Bayles, lic., 19 Oct. 1773

Willm. Pulham & Sarah Eacutt, 26 Oct. 1773

Willm. Potter & Mary Johnsons, 4 Nov. 1773

Henry Hawker & Eliz. Carter, 8 Nov. 1773

Isaac Jordan & Mary Rayer, 30 Nov. 1773

William Leech & Mary Trinder, lic., 2 Jan. 1774

William Slatter, of Breedon, Worcs., & Hannah Potter, lic., 15 Feb. 1774

Richard Stoneham & Joan Roberts, 4 Apr. 1774

William Wall, of Elmston Hardwick, & Hannah Tayler, lic., 20 Apr. 1774

John Price, of Cheltenham, & Eliz. James, lic., 24 Apr. 1774

Willm. Cook & Sarah Roberts, of Deerhurst, 14 July 1774

Joseph Hawter & Eliz. Bayles, 18 July 1774

James Atwood, of Overbury, & Mary Sallinger, lic., 16 Aug. 1774

John Coomb & Margaret Hagg, 23 Aug. 1774

Thos. Gardner & Ann Beren, 23 Aug. 1774

Alexander Rogers & Ann Webb, lic., 6 Sept. 1774

Thomas Vaisey, of Stonehouse, & Hannah James, lic., 5 Oct. 1774

John Roberts & Eliz. Kent, 13 Oct. 1774

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Bishop’s Cleeve Marriages 1765 to 1769

James Weeks & Mary White, 10 Jan. 1764

Wm. Millington, of Winchcomb, & Eliz. Brown, 9 June 1764

John Parker, of Tuddington, & Sarah Dakins, 17 Aug. 1764

John Evans & Ann Wilks, 21 Aug. 1764

William Minett, of Stanley Pontlarge, & Sarah Potter, lic., 29 Aug. 1764

Nicholas Tomlins & Eliz. Sutton, lic., 25 Oct. 1764

Samuel Fletcher & Ann Dee, 5 Nov. 1764

William Mason, of Overbury, & Sarah Garn, 30 Nov. 1764

Samuel Mansel, of Tewkesbury, & Ann Smith, 25 Dec. 1764

Henry Trinder & Mary Parker, lic., 25 Apr. 1765

James Yeend & Sarah Cullabine, of Dumbleton, lic., 5 Aug. 1765

John Reeve & Anne Kitchen, lic., 8 Jan. 1766

John Townsend & Dinah Hobbs, lic., 25 Jan. 1766

Benjamin Burford & Sarah Rogers, 4 Feb. 1766

John Bride & Eliz. Barnard, lic., 3 Mar. 1766

William Wyman & Martha Harrison, 30 Apr. 1766

Thomas Kitchen & Mary Osborn, lic., 23 May 1766

John Sommerfield & Mary Fowler, 17 June 1766

Edward Farley & Mary Stanly, 21 Oct. 1766

John Webb, of Overbury, & Sarah Barnes, 11 Nov. 1766

James Kitchen & Johanna Keyse, lic., 17 Dec. 1766

William Phelps & Mary Hill, lic., 23 Dec. 1766

Thomas Stock & Eliz. Jefferis, 19 Apr. 1767

John Green & Martha Lean, 27 July 1767

Willm. Preston & Ann Kibble, 28 Sept. 1767

William Barnes & Eliz. Brown, 4 Nov. 1767

Benjamin Meek & Mary Stubbs, 27 Oct. 1767

John Peage, of Rippen, Worcs., & Hannah Roggers, lic., 8 Dec. 1767

William Hill & Susannah Cull, lic., 26 Jan. 1768

James Lawrence & Mary Ward, lic., 8 Feb. 1768

Josiah Cook & Eliz. Wilks, lic., 19 Apr. 1768

Benjamin Ballenger & Jean Ballenger, lic., 25 Apr. 1768

James Tomkins & Jean Potter, lic., 11 May 1768

Richard Hughes, of Cubberly, & Mary Bayles, lic., 25 May 1768

John Whetmore, of Stoke Orchard, & Anne Wasley, w., lic., 6 June 1768

John Wood, of Cheltenham, & Martha Cook, lic., 12 Oct. 1768

Willm. James & Ann Barton, lic., 13 Oct. 1768

Richard Smith & Sarah Wells, 14 Oct. 1768

John Yeend & Ann Cocks, lic., 9 Nov. 1768

Joseph Davis & Sarah Wood, 15 Dec. 1768

John Church & Mary Harris, 29 Dec. 1768

Kinard Sheriffe & Ann Webb, lic., 1 Mar. 1769

Thomas Heale, of Stoke Orchard, & Mary Cowles, married in Stoke Chapel, 18 June 1769

Thos. Lean, of Winchcomb, & Mary Spencer, 27 June 1769

Thos. Wasley & Margaret Peage, lic., 10 July 1769

John Longe & Betty Hamblin, both of Stoke Orchard, lic., 19 Aug. 1769

John Cole & Elizabeth Tiff, lic., 21 Sept. 1769

Richard Fowler, otherwise Barnes, & Sarah Pearson, lic., 5 Oct. 1769

Samuel Alsop & Hannah Alsop, 19 Nov. 1769

Henry Oakey, of Cheltenham, & Mary Barnard, 6 Oct. 1769

John Peage & Mary Haggs, lic., 1 Nov. 1769

James Jones & Mary Smith, 5 Nov. 1769

Thomas Wasly, of Pendock, Worcs., & Mary Longe, lic., 9 Dec. 1769

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. III. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1898.

Administration

  • County: Gloucestershire
  • Civil Registration District: Winchcomb
  • Probate Court: Court of the Peculiar of Bishop's Cleeve
  • Diocese: Post 1835 - Gloucester and Bristol, Pre 1836 - Gloucester
  • Rural Deanery: Winchcombe
  • Poor Law Union: Winchcombe
  • Hundred: Bishop's Cleeve
  • Province: Canterbury