Bromsberrow Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Bromsberrow is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire.

Alternative names: Bromesberrow, Bromsborough, anciently Brunmeberge

Parish church: St. Mary

Parish registers begin: 1558

Nonconformists include: Wesleyan Methodist

Parishes adjacent to Bromsberrow

Historical Descriptions

The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870

BROMSBORROW, a parish in Newent district, Gloucester; on the verge of the county, 4 miles SE of Ledbury r. station. Post Town, Ledbury. Acres, 1,803. Real property, £3,206. Pop., 305. Houses, 51. The property is divided among a few. Bromsborrow Place belonged to the Yateses, and passed to the Ricardos. Bromsborrow Heath is a meet for the Ledbury hounds. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. Value, £339. Patron, Earl Beauchamp. The church is ancient and excellent; and has monuments of the Yateses. Charities, £5.

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

Bromsberrow, 2 m. S.E. Ledbury. P. 283

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

Lewis Topographical Dictionary of England 1845

Bromsberrow (St. Mary), a parish, in the union of Newent, hundred of Botloe, W. division of the county of Gloucester, 4 miles (S. E.) from Ledbury; containing 283 inhabitants. This parish, which anciently formed part of Malvern chase, was, for many years, the property of the Yate family, from whom it was purchased by the late David Ricardo, Esq., and is now the property of his son, Osman Ricardo, Esq., lord of the manor; it comprises by computation 1630 acres, of which about 1000 are arable, 381 meadow and pasture, and 119 wood. The soil is rather of a sandy nature; the surface is strikingly varied, and the scenery, which is greatly enriched with wood, is highly picturesque. Keysend Hill, the last of the Malvern range, is within the parish, where stone is quarried for building, and for the roads. The living is a rectory, valued in the King's books at £7. 15.; patron, Earl Beauchamp: the tithes have been commuted for £350, and there is a good glebe-house, with a glebe of 55 acres. The church is an ancient edifice, with a low tower; adjoining the chancel is the mausoleum of the Yate family, built about a century since. A small school is supported by private charity.

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.

A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland 1833

Bromsborrow, co. Gloucester.

P. T. Ledbury (120) 3½ m. ESE. Pop. 335.

A parish in the hundred of Botloe; living, a rectory in the archdeaconry and diocese of Gloucester; valued in K. B. 7l. 15s.; church ded. to St. Mary; patron (1829) the Earl Beauchamp

Source: A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland by John Gorton. The Irish and Welsh articles by G. N. Wright; Vol. I; London; Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand; 1833.

Directories

Bromsberrow Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Bromsberrow, Bromsborough, anciently Brunmeberge, is a township, parish, and straggling village, containing 1,803 acres, the soil of which is very deep red sand, and subsoil marl, and is applied to the growth of rye generally, being better adapted to the production of that grain than wheat and beans.  This township is intersected by a rivulet called the Glynch, on whose banks some rich meadow land is to be found.  The Oldbury and other pears grow luxuriantly here, the soil being exceedingly favourable to the production of that fruit, which is particularly adapted to the manufacture of perry, for which this county is celebrated.  Bromsberrow is situate on the borders of Worcestershire, distant 14 miles north-west from Gloucester railway station, and 6 north-north-east from Newent, in the Hundred of Botloe, Newent Union, West Gloucestershire, in the archdeaconry of Gloucester, deanery of the Forest, and in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol.

Its population, in 1851, was 260; its rateable value being £2,922.  Bromsberrow Place, the seat of Osman Ricardo, Esq., M.P., is a mansion of great extent, finished in a very superior and decorative style, and was formerly the property of the late Robert Dobyns Yate, Esq., being built on a pleasant site, commanding a beautiful prospect over the adjoining parishes.  Brownsend, the residence and property of Thomas Webb, Esq., is also situate here.  Fairfields is now occupied by Henry Moore, Esq., and Dick House by William Hawkins, Esq.  The church of St. Mary is an ancient pile, but by some late repairs has been much modernised, and consists of a nave and chancel, with an embattled tower at the west end.  The burial chapel, adjoining the chancel was erected by the late Walter Yate, Esq., in 1725.  Some curiosities in painted glass were preserved, a few years ago, by the late Rev. Henry Dobyns Yate, LL.D., who was at that time the incumbent.  The living is a rectory, valued at £339, with good residence and several acres of glebe land, being in the patronage of Earl Beauchamp.  The Rev. Charles Hill, M.A., is the present incumbent, and the Rev. Charles Glynn, B.A., the curate.  Here is an Infant school.  Osman Ricardo, Esq., M.P. for the City of Worcester, is the chief landowner and lord of the manor.

Hill Farm, Pepper Mill, and Upper and Lower Brook End are places here.

Gentry
Brooke Richard, esq.
Glynn Charles, B.A. (curate)
Hawkins William, esq. Dick house
Hill Rev. Charles, M.A. Rectory
Moore Henry, esq. Fairfields
Ricardo Osman, esq. M.P. Bromsberrow pl
Stallard William, esq. Bromsberrow crt
Webb Thomas, esq. Brownsend
Wintle Mrs. Mary, Tonies

Traders
Brookes James, grocer & carrier
Brooke Richard, farmer
Hancox John, blacksmith
Hawkins William, farmer
Heaven William, farmer
Howell John, farmer
Izard Henry, farmer, Hill farm
Jauncey James, miller, Pepper mill
Jauncey John, farmer, Low. Brook end
Jones John, farmer, Upper Brook end
Stallard Wm. farmer, Bromsberrow crt
Stokes John, farmer
Werrett Maria (Miss), mistress of infant school

Letters through Ledbury, which is also the nearest money order office

Infant School, Miss Maria Werrett, mistress

Carrier – Brookes, to Gloucester, Monday, Wednesday & Saturday, returning same days.

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

Marriages

Marriages at Bromesberrow 1558-1837

Note. – Volume I, a collection of parchment leaves of forty-one pages 11 1/8 in by 7 ½ in.  It is in good condition, and has the original parchment outside leaf (not bound).  First page (paper) contains an abstract of the Act for burying in Woollen, 1 Aug. 1678, and the first entry in woollen was 14th May 1679.  On the other side is a lists of Briefs from 1681 – 1682, including one for the rebuilding of St. Paul’s which amounted to £50 10s., and a note of an Act of Parliament for granting to his Majesty certain rates, etc., on Marriages, Births, and Burials, graduated from a duke down to a parishioner.  Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials are entered indiscriminately.  It begins :- “Bromesberrowe – The Register booke of beginning the 22 day of Decr. 1558 A.D. and Elizabeth Dei gratia Angliae France at Hiberniae Regina fidei defensor ye primo.”  On the last leaf is a list of the lands belonging to the parish A.D. 1684.  The first marriage 1560, Roger Wadley and Elizabeth Webb.  The last is Edward Crocker and Elizabeth Deveral, 21 Oct. 1747.

Volume II is a book of parchment leaves bound in leather, and contains entries from 1745 to 1813, but the records of Weddings cease in 1754.

Volume III is the book of printed forms, published in London 1754, for Banns and Marriages together.  It contains twenty-four folios of paper, but only one hundred and nineteen entries.

Volume IV is also of printed forms and contains the Weddings from 1813 to 1837.

It will be seen that in several cases entries are out of order of date.  These extracts were made by the Rev. W. Wynn Lloyd, and are now printed under his supervision.

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914.

Marriages at Bromesberrow 1558-1837 - UK Genealogy Archives

Transcriptions

Bromesberrow Marriages 1813 to 1837

Volume IV.

John Nott & Mary Birt, lic., 11 Feb. 1813

John Webb & Susanna Lewis, 18 May 1813

Richard Jeffriss & Ann Hill, lic., 1 Dec. 1813

William Denton & Eleanor Jackman, lic., 31 Jan. 1814

William Davis & Margaret Lucy, 29 May 1814

William Sadler & Hannah Fleetwood, 17 Nov. 1814

Jonathan Pinch & Mary Newman, 14 Dec. 1814

Thomas Keel & Ann Elery, 2 Oct. 1815

Thomas Daniel & Ann Brooks, 30 Sept. 1816

John Simmons & Sarah Turner, 17 Oct. 1816

John Lloyd & Christiana Wood, 6 Dec. 1816

Thomas Smith & Mary Smith, lic., 17 Feb. 1817

John Lewis & Catherine Edwards, 14 Sept. 1818

Richard Beard & Mary Child, 1 July 1820

Thomas Treherne & Elizabeth Smith, 7 Nov. 1820

William Child & Mary Patrick, 21 Nov. 1820

John Phillips & Mary White, 30 Dec. 1820

Thomas Tibbatts & Sarah Birt, lic., 24 May 1821

Clement Chesher & Mary Hill, 31 Dec. 1821

William James & Elizabeth Nichols, 10 Feb. 1822

Joseph Preedy & Charlotte Burgess, 12 Oct. 1823

John Beard & Maria Shin, 23 Dec. 1824

Henry Tibbatts & Sarah Enniss, lic., 3 Feb. 1825

John Birt & Lydia Archer, lic., 21 Apr. 1825

John Brooks & Mary Ewuss, 7 July 1825

James Price & Esther Lent, 26 Jan. 1826

Edward Pearce & Sarah Burkes, lic., 17 June 1826

Benjamin Butler & Milborough Child, 1 Jan. 1828

Thomas Patherus & Elizabeth Baker, 7 Sept. 1828

Joseph Sadler & Hannah Summers, 27 Feb. 1829

James Williams & Sarah Holder, 29 Oct. 1829

John Burton & Rosanna Hodges, 12 Nov. 1829

Richard Lilly & Elizabeth Cook, 3 Nov. 1831

William Hodges & Maria Bibbs, 8 Dec. 1831

Nathaniel Proverbs & Sarah Able, 27 Dec. 1831

John Hill & Harriett Maddox Gibbs, lic., 14 June 1832

John Baker & Mary Simmonds, 25 Oct. 1832

John Abel & Ann Carter, 1 July 1833

Charles Tunstall & Mary Powell, lic., 3 July 1833

John Hill & Susanna Howes, 5 Sept. 1833

John Lloyd & Hannah Hyett, lic., 7 Nov. 1833

Thomas Powell & Mary Reens, 15 Oct. 1834

James Stephens & Hannah Townsend, 16 Oct. 1834

William Perkins & Anne Cooper, 5 July 1835

Thomas Brown & Mary Simmons, 8 Feb. 1836

William Cowmeadow & Mary Smith, lic., 11 Feb. 1836

William Baker & Mary Child, 21 May 1836

William Webley & Ann Prothero, 16 Nov. 1836

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914

Bromesberrow Marriages 1775 to 1812

John Hardman & Mary Shaile, 12 Jan. 1775

Thomas Hendy & Ann Burrop, lic., 10 Apr. 1775

Edward Lewis & Sarah Coldrake, 21 Aug. 1775

John Dallimore & Ann Pendery, 5 Dec. 1775

William Turner & Margaret Morgan, lic., 30 Dec. 1775

John Amblin & Sarah Sparrow, lic., 3 Feb. 1776

Philip Rudge & Elizabeth Drew, 25 Mar. 1776

James Cook & Sarah Butler, lic., 19 Aug. 1777

John Lucy & Sarah Phillips, 22 Nov. 1777

Thomas Waring & Ann Preece, lic., 17 Feb. 1778

Thomas Treherne & Elizabeth Haffield, 15 Oct. 1778

Joseph Turner & Beatrix Pritchard, 25 Dec. 1778

William Baghott & Susanna Devereux, 17 May 1779

Richard Sandford & Mary Smith, 22 July 1779

James Baghott & Mary Devereux, 6 Dec. 1779

William James & Betty Grubb, lic., 18 June 1784

William Davis & Betty Weston, 13 Oct. 1784

Samuel Preece & Elizabeth Williams, 2 Sept. 1784

Joseph Harbor & Mary Rodway, 9 Nov. 1784

William Jones & Nancy Perkins, 10 Oct. 1781

John Mason & Sarah Goode, 15 Oct. 1781

Robert Hallings & Elizabeth Grubb, 18 Nov. 1781

Benjamin Lane & Elizabeth Archer, lic., 7 Feb. 1782

Thomas Haffield & Elizabeth Jones, 2 May 1782

Thomas Sivell & Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, lic., 26 Feb. 1782

Thomas Ravenhill & Anne Young,, 7 Oct. 1783

John Devereux & Ann Baldwin, 16 Oct. 1783

Thomas Lewis & Mary Robinson, lic., 10 May 1784

Richard Goalman & Betty Watkins, 3 Dec. 1784

Joseph Haukins & Amy Grace, 21 Feb. 1786

Robert Hartland & Debby Weale, lic., 5 Oct. 1786

Joseph Noakes & Sarah Stone, lic., 24 Oct. 1786

Rev. Thomas Drake, D.D., & Eleanor Yate, lic., 25 Aug. 1788

John Lewis & Nancy Webley, lic., 18 Oct. 1788

Thomas Loveridge & Mary Hill, 19 Nov. 1788

William Holland & Elizabeth Smith, 29 Dec. 1788

John Remes & Mary Symonds, 21 June 1790

James Eaves & Hannah Dallimore, 6 Aug. 1790

James Drinkwater & Betty Sims, lic., 5 Oct. 1790

Samuel Birt & Sally Smith, lic., 10 May 1791

Joseph Hoskyns & Elizabeth Pew, 26 Dec. 1791

Thomas Carpenter & Hannah Devereux, 5 Feb. 1792

John Jones & Ann Travel, 14 Feb. 1792

*Thomas Stephens & Sarah Hall, 24 Aug. 1792

*The real name of this man afterwards turned out to be Stephen Harris.

Thomas Price & Sarah Devereux, lic., 29 Nov. 1794

William Hodges & Catherine Evans, 28 Mar. 1796

James Hodges & Margaret Daffey, 24 May 1798

Thomas Hages & Nancy Symond, 18 July 1798

Edmond Webb & Mary Turner, 25 Apr. 1799

William Clutterbuck & Mary Alford, lic., 25 June 1800

Thomas Webley & Elizabeth Rudge, 4 Oct. 1800

John Boughton & Elizabeth Jones, lic., 20 Oct. 1800

John Hollins & Mary Burlow, 23 Dec. 1801

Charles Smith & Elizabeth Farmer, 22 July 1802

William Hill & Maria Devereux, 4 Oct. 1803

George Hyde & Mary Hill, 18 Oct. 1803

James Howele & Sarah Pitt, 11 June 1804

William Thomas & Sarah Farmer, 6 Aug. 1804

Thomas Amphlett & Susanna Tibbatts, lic., 3 Jan. 1805

William Barbore & Elizabeth Alford, 27 May 1805

William Summers & Ann Webb, 29 Sept. 1806

Benjamin White & Elizabeth Holland, 2 Feb. 1807

John Fenn & Fanny Patrick, 10 Mar. 1807

Thomas Woombill & Mary Jones, lic., 14 June 1807

Robert Sandy & Anne Williams, 3 Dec. 1807

Edward Young & Elizabeth Saunders, 21 Aug. 1808

Henry Edwards & Anne Lane, lic., 28 Nov. 1808

Richard Knight & Hannah King, 13 Apr. 1809

Joseph Holder & Sarah Clarke, 6 June 1809

William Jackson & Margaret Buckley Lewis, lic., 24 Aug. 1809

William Webb & Ann Berrow, 14 Aug. 1810

William Nicholls & Elizabeth Lucy, 8 Dec. 1810

Benjamin Goodman & Rosanna Vertigans, lic., 16 June 1812

Joseph Maisie & Susanna Farmer, 10 Dec. 1812

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914

Bromesberrow Marriages 1755 to 1774

Abel Taylor & Frances Taylor, lic., 6 Oct. 1755

Joseph Deverix & Mary Simmons, 16 Nov. 1755

Thomas Hawkins & Ann Steele, 9 May 1757

John Turner & Elizabeth Archer, 24 Sept. 1757

John White & Elizabeth Lucy, 4 Nov. 1757

John Powel & Sarah Fosbury, 16 Mar. 1758

Joseph Hill & Jane Voice, 28 Sept. 1758

Henry Sandford & Sarah Rodway, 13 Oct. 1759

John Lord & Sarah Nurbury, 24 Sept. 1760

George Barksdale & Sarah Cocksed, 7 Nov. 1760

Charles Morgan & Sarah Simmonds, 2 Feb. 1761

Richard Barnes & Nancy Jones, 2 Apr. 1761

John Hill & Elizabeth Philips, 2 June 1762

Stephen Webb & Margaret Grundy, 21 June 1763

Joseph Stone & Sarah Nokes, 2 Aug. 1763

Samuel Clark & Elizabeth Barksdale, lic., 4 Aug. 1763

William Lane & Elizabeth Hardman, 26 Dec. 1763

Edward Fowler & Ann Loveridge, 10 Mar. 1764

William Brooke & Esther Weale, lic., 6 Nov. 1766

William Prosser & Elizabeth Weale, lic., 7 Dec. 1766

Francis Goring & Mary Robinson, 14 July 1767

John Peters & Frances Taylor, lic., 27 July 1767

John Pullen & Ann Powel, 3 Dec. 1767

William Woodward & Alice Beale, 5 Apr. 1768

John Cummings & Mary Shaile, lic., 16 Jan. 1769

Richard Shaile & Sarah Harrod, 6 Feb. 1769

Jonathan Brooks & Mary Gibbs, lic., 24 Apr. 1769

John Maile & Betty Griffiths, lic., 13 Nov. 1769

Richard Loveridge & Sarah Rowls, lic., 17 Jan. 1770

William Yonge & Elizabeth Hardman, 10 June 1770

John Mayo & Susanna Woodgat, lic., 7 Oct. 1771

Richard Shaile & Sarah Barksdale, 30 Jan. 1772

Joseph Price & Hannah Fisher, lic., 7 Mar. 1772

Thomas Patrick & Hannah Smith, 23 Mar. 1772

William Shaile & Elizabeth Phillips, 2 Apr. 1772

Richard Robinson & Mary Loveridge, lic., 16 Apr. 1772

John Morris & Mary Noakes, lic., 23 May 1772

Thomas Farly & Ann Morton, 29 Oct. 1772

John Hicks & Frances Barborough, 30 Apr. 1774

John Borkley Bishop & Sarah Gibbs, lic., 3 Oct. 1774

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914

Bromesberrow Marriages 1725 to 1754

Richard Sandford & Mary Shepherd, 19 Apr. 1725

John Parker & Anne Sandes, 30 May 1725

John King & Mary Dutfield, 7 Feb. 1725

Francis Brewerton & Mary Burford, 19 May 1726

John Howman & Anne Smith, 13 Oct. 1726

John Morris & Anne Godsall, 25 Nov. 1727

William Weaver & Elizabeth Alford, 22 Apr. 1728

William Symonds & Mary Dunn, 2 Oct. 1728

Francis Rawling & Anne Roberts, 25 May 1729

John Hayward & Mrs. Mary Hale, 3 Nov. 1729

Thomas Gibbs & Jane Hardinge, 8 Mar. 1729

William Harding & Elinor White, 22 Apr. 1730

Edmund Crocker & Elizabeth Hayward, 12 Oct. 1730

Thomas Lea & Anne Green, 29 Nov. 1730

John Woodcock & Mary Woodcock, 26 Nov. 1730

John Jones & Anne Mayo, 29 Apr. 1731

Thomas King & Susanna Pool, 24 June 1731

William Clarke & Mary Terret, 6 Jan. 1731

Edmund Crocket & Mary Nurbury, 30 Jan. 1732

Benjamin Oliver & Mary Hill, 28 Dec. 1733

Edward Tomkyns & Anne James, 5 May 1734

John Hill & Anne Brooke, 20 Feb. 1735

John Eaton & Mrs. Jane Bissett, 21 Feb. 1735

James Bissett & Elizabeth Eaton, 23 Feb. 1735

John Stephens & Mary Wadley, 11 Oct. 1736

Edmund Hodges & Frances Baldwin, 4 June 1737

William Harber & Joan Hayward, 15 Sept. 1737

Francis Partridge & Martha Jones, 13 Aug. 1738

William Garret & Mary Taylor, 2 Nov. 1739

John Loveridge & Elizabeth Brooke, 31 Dec. 1739

Nathaniel White & Elizabeth Jones, 20 Sept. 1740

Richard Shaile & Elizabeth Phillips, 21 Dec. 1741

Joseph Philips & Elizabeth Philips, 12 Sept. 1742

Thomas Mayo & Elizabeth Charter, 29 Sept. 1742

Job Cannon & Mary Holford, 28 Mar. 1745

William Gibbs & Ann Brown, 18 Apr. 1745

John Hooper & Mary Pewtriss, 21 Sept. 1745

Richard Hardman & Elizabeth Turner, 7 Oct. 1745

John Rodway & Debora Coldrick, 17 Oct. 1745

John Nurbury & Elizabeth Fosbury, 23 Feb. 1744

Thomas Philips & Elizabeth Showell, 22 May 1746

Thomas Sunders & Dorothy Woodward, 2 Mar. 1746

Edward Crocker & Elizabeth Deveral, 21 Oct. 1747

Volume II.

Thomas Philips & Elizabeth Showel, 22 May 1746

Thomas Saunders & Dorothy Woodward, 2 Mar. 1746

Edward Crocker & Elizabeth Deveral, 21 Oct. 1747

[These three last entries are also entered in Vol. I.]

James Smith & Sarah Tainlor, 29 Apr. 1751

Joseph Sanford & Elizabeth White, 27 Dec. 1752

Herbert Nichols & Hannah Blackwell, 28 Feb. 1753

John Pullen & Mary Lucy, 15 Oct. 1753

Clement Barksdeal & Sarah Sparrow, 2 Feb. 1754

Thomas Mayo & Elizabeth Draper, lic., 2 Feb. 1754

John Wood & Mary Stokes, 23 Mar. 1754

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914

Bromesberrow Marriages 1675 to 1724

James Sandford & Elinor Taylor, 18 July 1675

Thomas Stevens & Ann Pentriee [or Pewtries], 7 Oct. 1675

Richard Hunt, gent., & Mrs Mary Swab, lic., -- -- 1678

John Jourdan & Katherine Stone, 10 Nov. 1678

Thomas Pewtrice & Elizabeth Barnes, 14 Nov. 1678

Thomas Rastold & Mary Wadley, [no date]

William Nurbery & Mary Shephard, 22 July 1679

Thomas Stone & Mary Cam, lic., 12 Dec. 1679

Giles Wintour & Mrs. Sibild Kyrle, lic., 5 Sept. 1680

Richard Lawrence & Mary Cam, 27 Nov. 1680

John Paine & Ann Cooper, lic., 3 July 1681

Nicholas Smithsend & Mrs. Ann Vobe, lic., 28 Feb. 1681

William Smith & Elinor Edgington, 15 May 1682

Edward Trotman & Elizabeth Weaver, 4 Feb. 1682

Edward Stock & Mrs. Rebecca Gosling, 5 May 1684

John Brooke & Elinor Crump, 5 Feb. 1684

William Hunt & Joyce Cam, 23 Nov. 1685

Edward Barnett & Ann Morris, 11 Apr. 1686

William Carpenter & Mary Norris, 26 Apr. 1686

William Brooke & Mrs. Joyce Shaile, 9 Apr. 1690

Richard & Joan Winyat, 8 June 1690

Richard Clark & Joane Sanford, 6 Feb. 1690

Thomas Cale & Frances Reddin, 11 May [?]

Richard Gatfield & Margaret Burford, 22 Oct. 1690

Richard Brooke & Alice Eaton, 19 Jan. 1694

Richard Stone & Elinor Walker, 23 May 1695

Samuel Woodward & Ann Birt, lic., 16 July 1695

Edward Clifton & Mary Lewes, 18 July 1695

Thomas Harmor & Jane Hill, lic., 7 Feb. 1695

John Hill & Sarah Belcher, lic., 25 Feb. 1695

Thomas Bebs & Grace Machin, 15 Oct. 1696

John Sisemore & Mary Wheeler, 22 Oct. 1696

William Shail & Elizabeth Bradford, 16 Feb. 1696

Richard Sanford & Sarah Baxter, 5 Nov. 1697

William Perkins & Hester Puckmore, 29 July 1700

Philemon Betton & Esther Stone, 2 Feb. 1701

Thomas Butler & Mary Robinson, 16 Feb. 1701

Richard Hawker & Hester Wood, 25 July 1702

Francis Bruerton & Elizabeth Philips, 29 Sept. 1702

Thomas Wood & Bridget Taynton, 26 Dec. 1702

Thomas Bullock & Elizabeth Witnie, 1 Jan. 1703

George Stephens & Hanna Wood, 2 Feb. 1703

John Hayward & Mrs. Martha Meritt, lic., 1 Aug. 1703

William Rodway & Elizabeth Redin, 2 Feb. 1704

Edward Baker & Mary Gwilliam, 14 Mar. 1705

Thomas Lipyiat & Ann Eaton, 28 Mar. 1706

Giles Nanfan & Mrs. Mary Stone, 9 Apr. 1707

Walter Pritchard & Elizabeth Barnet, 26 Sept. 1707

Richard Williams & Elizabeth Wilde, 20 July 1708

John Hankins & Ann Hardin, 28 Apr. 1709

Richard Bryan & Anne Neathway, 21 Jan. 1710

William Wall & Margaret Walcot, 19 May 1712

William Symonds & Mary Carpenter, 4 May 1713

Rowland Pit & Hannah Pantal, 26 May 1714

David Stead & Elizabeth Fisher, 22 Apr. 1718

John Chandler & Elinor Sandford, 27 Apr. 1718

Robert Baily & Anne Boyce, 27 Sept. 1722

William Hodges & Sarah Alford, 20 May 1723

Charles Lambed & Elizabeth Belcher, 3 June 1723

[1724 No entries]

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., and Thomas M. Blagg, F.S.A., Vol XVII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., Ltd., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1914

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Administration

  • County: Gloucestershire
  • Civil Registration District: Newent
  • Probate Court: Pre-1541 - Court of the Bishop of Hereford, Post-1541 - Court of the Bishop of Gloucester (Episcopal Consistory)
  • Diocese: Pre 1836 - Gloucester, Post 1835 - Gloucester and Bristol
  • Rural Deanery: Forest
  • Poor Law Union: Newent
  • Hundred: Botloe
  • Province: Canterbury