Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

High Street in Cheltenham 1880
A photographic view looking towards the lower High Street in Cheltenham. Date: c. 1880 Francis Bedford (1816 - 1894)

Cheltenham is an Ancient Parish and a market town in the county of Gloucestershire.

Other places in the parish include: Sandford, Naunton, Westhall, Arle, Alstone, and Cheltenham Holy Trinity.

Parish church:

Parish registers begin: 1558. Separate registers exist for Cheltenham Holy Trinity: 1821

Nonconformists include: Baptist, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Countess of Huntingdon Methodist, Independent/Congregational, Jewish, Particular Baptist, Presbyterian, Primitive Methodist, Roman Catholic, Society of Friends/Quaker, Unitarian, Wesleyan Methodist, and Wesleyan Methodist Association.

Parishes adjacent to Cheltenham

Historical Descriptions

Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales Circa 1870

Cheltenham, a town, a parish, a sub-district, a district, and a hundred in Gloucester. The town stands on the river Chelt, at the terminus of a short branch railway, 7 ¼ miles ENE of Gloucester. The railway communicates westward directly with the Gloucester and Birmingham, and indirectly with the Great Western; and further railway communication is in progress of formation both eastward into direct junction with the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton line, and southeastward, past Holwell and Highworth, into direct junction with the Great Western. The site of the town is a fertile valley, amphitheatred at the distance of two miles, by the Cotswold hills; the climate is comparatively mild and equable; and the environs show charming features of wood and mansion on the plain, and include brilliant scenery and noble prospects among the Cotswolds. The town is supposed to be of Saxon origin; but it remained a small straggling hamlet at the close of the 17th century; and it owed its present consequence to the discovery of medicinal springs in 1716, and to an invalid sojourn at it of George III. in 1788. It is now one of the finest and most fashionable towns in the kingdom, a great resort of visitors in quest of health or pleasure, and a chosen permanent residence of many wealthy annuitants. It consists principally of spacious streets, squares, crescents, and terraces in a style of neatness or elegance; it includes likewise a large number of sumptuous detached villas; and it presents everywhere the pleasing ornament of trees, in lines along the streets, in groups on the larger spaces, and in scatterings among the villas. The chief street is upwards of 1 ½ mile long, and forms the seat of nearly all the shopping and stir; while the other quarters spread away in fashionable airiness, ease, and retirement.

The mineral springs are numerous; and they present considerable differences in their constituent elements. All are strongly saline; some are also chalybeate; and most contain iodine, in the proportion of about a grain in a gallon. The saline ingredients in one of the strongest are 74.5 grains of muriate of soda, 2.25 of muriate of lime, 2. of muriate of magnesia, and 11.75 of sulphate of soda; but these ingredients differ so much in neighbouring springs, that at one of the spas, or places where the waters are obtained, there is a row of taps all differing from one another in saline strength. The chief spas are the Old Wells, the Montpelier, the Pittville, and the Cambray. The Old Wells are approached through a fine avenue, and have a pump-room, 66 feet by 23, rebuilt in 1803. The Montpelier was opened in 1809; is situated among charming gardens; and has an elegant and commodious pump-room with a lofty dome. The Pittville was opened in 1830; is situated in grounds of surpassing beauty; and has a splendid Grecian edifice, 90 feet by 43, with a wide colonnade and a lofty dome. The Cambray was discovered in 1833; is situated at the corner of Imperial square; and has an octagonal building in the Tudor style. The season for drinking the waters extends from May till October; and is rifest and best in August and September. Seven hotels, mainly for the accommodation of visitors, are on a great scale; and one of them, the Queen's, erected in 1836, cost £50,000. Lodging-houses also are numerous and good. Pleasure-gardens, reading-rooms, libraries, musical promenades, concerts, balls, floral exhibitions, pyrotechny, cricket-matches, and other recreations are plentiful. Races are run on one of the finest courses in the kingdom; hunting is enjoyed in the winter months; a theatre, a museum, a zoological garden, and a philosophical institution offer a variety of attractions; and a beautiful surrounding country presents a rich diversity of walks and drives.

The town-hall, the masonic-hall, and the market-house are good buildings. The parish church, nearly in the centre of the town, is early decorated English and cruciform, with square tower and lofty octagonal spire; has an ancient pulpit and reading-desk, and a beautiful circular north window; and contains a curious monument of 1643. Trinity church, near the Pittville spa, is a commodious Gothic structure, erected as a chapel of ease, principally at the expense of Lord Sherborne. St. John's church, in Berkeley-street, is a neat building, erected in 1828. St. Paul's church, in St. Paul-street, is a spacious structure, built by voluntary subscription. St. James' church, in Suffolk-square, is a neat Gothic edifice. Christ church, in Lansdowne, is a beautiful transepted structure, 130 feet by 107. St Peter's church, in Tewkesbury-place, is an edifice in the Norman style by Dankes, with a round tower 90 feet high. St. Luke's church is an erection of 1855, in the geometric decorated style. St. Mark's church was built in 1861; is in the decoiated English style; and consists of nave, chancel, and south aisles, with vestry. The places of worship within the borough in 1851 were 7 of the Church of England, with 10,855 sittings; 4 of Independents, with 2,030 s.; 4 of Baptists, with 2,300 s.; 1 of Quakers, with 100 s.; 1 of Unitarians, with 300 s.; 4 of Wesleyan Methodists, with 1,415 s.; 2 of the Wesleyan Association, with 240 s.; 1 of Lady Huntingdon's Connexion, with 750 s.; 1 of Latter Day Saints, with 630 s.; 1 of Roman Catholics, with 360 s.; and 1 of Jews, with 85 s. The grammar-school was founded in 1574; and has an endowed income of £30, and two scholarships at Pembroke college, Oxford. The Chelt. proprietory college, for the education of noblemen and gentlemen, was built in 1843; is a splendid edifice in the Tudor style, with a frontage of 240 feet, and a central tower 80 feet high; and has a hall 90 feet by 45, and a gymnasium. The Church of England training-college was founded in 1849; is an edifice in the early English style, raised at a cost of about £12,000; and has accommodation for 100 persons. The schools within the borough, in 1851, were 23 public day schools, with 3,405 scholars; 59 private day schools, with 1,306 s.; and 22 Sunday schools, with 3,138 s. There are a general hospital, a female orphan asylum, alms-houses, and a workhouse. Total endowed charities, £382.

The town has a head post-office, a telegraph station, and three banking-offices; is a seat of petty sessions and a polling place; and publishes seven weekly newspapers. Markets are held on Thursdays and Saturdays; and fairs on the second Thursday of April, Holy Thursday, 5 Aug., the second Thursday of Sept., and the third Thursday of Dec. Nearly all the trade is dependent on visitors and wealthy residents. The town was made a borough by the Reform act, and sends one member to parliament; and its borough boundaries are conterminate with the parish. Real property in 1860, £207,716. Direct taxes in 1857, £30,598. Electors in 1860, 2,359. Pop. in 1841, 31,411; in 1861, 39,639. Houses, 7,012. The borough or parish includes the tythings of Alstone and Arle, and the hamlets of Naunton, Westhall, and Sandford; and is divided, for local purposes, into five wards. The manor belonged to Edward the Confessor and William the Conqueror; passed to the Earls of Salisbury, Feschamp abbey, Sion nunnery, Prince Charles, and the Duttons; was bought from Lord Sutton, by James Agg, Gardner, Esq., for nearly £40,000; and belongs now to R. S. Lingwood, Esq. The parochial church is a rectory, and the other churches are p. curacies, in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. Value of the rectory, £500; of Trinity Church, £450 ; of St. John and St. James, each £230; of St. Paul, £300; of Christ Church, £400; of St. Peter, £150; of St. Luke, £350; of St. Mark, £181. Patrons of the rectory, and of Christ Church, Simeon's Trustees; of Trinity, St. John, St. Paul, and St. Luke, the Rector; of St. James, St. Peter, and St. Mark, Trustees.

The sub-district is conterminate with the parish. The district includes also the sub-district of Charlton-Kings, containing the parishes of Charlton-Kings, Leckhampton, Swindon, Prestbury, Cubberley, Cowley, Whitcomb-Magna, Badgeworth, Great Shurdington, Up-Hatherley, Staverton, and part of Elmstone-Hardwicke. Acres, 24,876. Poor-rates in 1862, £21,276. Pop. in 1841, 40,246; in 1861, 49,792. Houses, 9,095. Marriages, in 1860, 424; births, 1,379,—of which 94 were illegitimate; deaths, 851, of which 239 were at ages under 5 years, and 21 at ages above 85. Marriages in the ten years 1851-60, 3,955; births, 12,042 ; deaths, 8,925. The places of worship in 1851, additional to those within the borough, were 12 of the Church of England, with 3,665 sittings; 5 of Independents, with 60 S.; 2 of Baptists, with 240 s.; and 1 of Wesleyan Methodists, with 174 s. The schools, additional to those within the borough, were 11 public day schools, with 789 scholars; 20 private day schools, with 307 s.; and 16 Sunday schools, with 1,029 s.—The hundred contains only Cheltenham parish and parts of four other parishes. Acres, 8,961. Pop., 45,886. Houses, 8,263.

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

Cheltenham, 96 m. S.W. London, and 9 miles N.E. Gloucester. Mrkt. Thurs. P. 31,411

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

Naunton Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales Circa 1870

Naunton, a hamlet in Cheltenham parish, Gloucester; near Cheltenham.

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

Bankrupts

Below is a list of people that were declared bankrupt between 1820 and 1843 extracted from The Bankrupt Directory; George Elwick; London; Simpkin, Marshall and Co.; 1843.

Acklam George, Cheltenham, coach-builder, Jan. 22, 1836.

Arkell James, Alstone, Cheltenham, miller, April 29, 1834.

Balcomb William, Cheltenham, plumber and painter, Nov. 24, 1835.

Ballinger Josiah, Cheltenham, livery stable keeper, April 26, 1842.

Banks Thomas, Cheltenham, linen draper, Jan. 27, 1835.

Bath James, Cheltenham, silversmith, April 15, 1826.

Bayly William Henry, Cheltenham, banker, May 2, 1821.

Baynton Thomas, Spa, Gloucestershire, coach proprietor, Jan. 1, 1830.

Baynton Thomas, Cheltenham, dealer in horses, Feb. 27, 1835.

Beak Johnson Hayward, Cheltenham, wine merchant, March 13, 1838.

Bellchambers Edmund, Gloucester and Cheltenham, printer, June 19, 1827.

Benbow Thomas, Cheltenham, mercer and draper, Aug. 8, 1837.

Bennett Robert South, Cheltenham, corn merchant, June 9, 1840.

Bennett Thomas Hale, Cheltenham, timber merchant, Dec. 12, 1837.

Bevill John William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tobacconist, May 6, 1822.

Bevill John William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, general agent, Dec. 1, 1840.

Bidmead Joseph, Cheltenham, plumber and glazier, Nov. 9, 1827.

Bidmead William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plasterer, June 15, 1827.

Birchley William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, March 27, 1824.

Bird William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plasterer, Dec. 19, 1826.

Bishop Edwin, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tailor & draper, March 16, 1822.

Bishop William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, mercer, Nov. 13, 1835.

Bonnor John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, ironmonger, Sept. 8, 1837.

Boucher Thomas, Cheltenham, cabinet maker, Feb. 23, 1822.

Bowdige Edward, Cheltenham, dealer and chapman, July 7, 1837.

Bowerman Joseph, Cheltenham, Gloucester, common carrier, Sept. 22, 1837.

Boynton Thomas, Spa, Gloucestershire, coach proprietor, Jan. 1, 1830.

Brighton Thomas Woodhouse, Cheltenham, draper, Sept. 11, 1835.

Brighton Thomas Woodhouse, Cheltenham, general agent, Dec. 3, 1841.

Brookes Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, June 13, 1828.

Brooks James William and Henry, Cheltenham, brewers, July 26, 1836.

Brown Thomas, Cheltenham, grocer and tea dealer, March 19, 1839.

Bruton Charles. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, Oct. 20, 1829.

Butler James Phillips, Cheltenham, wine and spirit merchant, Nov. 29, 1839.

Butt Edward Herbert, Cheltenham, innkeeper, April 7, 1840

Cave Samuel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, jeweller, Feb, 22, 1823.

Collett Hen., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer & tea dealer, Dec. 21, 1830.

Cooke Thomas, and John, Cheltenham, upholsterers, Dec. 21, 1824.

Cooper William, Cheltenham, music seller, and cement dealer, Nov. 20, 1827.

Cordingley Edward, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Feb. 11, 1826

County James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, oil and colourman, Mar. 11, 1842.

Cox William, Bath and Cheltenham, mercer and draper, Oct. 27, 1829.

Cox William Hawkins, Cheltenham, silk mercer, and draper, July 18, 1826. 

Cox William Hawkins, Cheltenham, printer, Aug. 28, 1835.

Croad John Meeden, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, scrivener, Oct. 9, 1827.

Crook Benjamin Marsham, Cheltenham, linen draper, Aug. 26, 1836.

Croose John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tallow chandler, Nov. 2, 1824.

Dangerñeld William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, April 16, 1830.

Dartnall William, Cheltenham, cabinet maker and upholsterer, Feb. 21, 1840.

Davis Ann; and Geo. Howell; Cheltenham, plumbers & glaziers, Jan. 10, 1826.

Dean James Marsh, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, linen draper, Feb. 26, 1841.

Denholme Alex., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, dealer in slates, Aug. 17, 1822.

Dix Samuel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, March 21, 1826.

Edouart Augustin Amand Constant Fidel, Cheltenham, dealer, May 13, 1826.

Edwards Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, brick maker, June 8, 1827.

Ellacott John, High street, Cheltenham, shoe manufacturer, Oct. 8, 1841.

Ferryman John Burke Gustavus, Cheltenham, brick maker, Feb. 20, 1827.

Finlayson John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, music seller, May 12, 1829.

Foulkes John, Cheltenham, haberdasher and hosier, March 5, 1825.

Freeman Elizabeth, Cheltenham, lodging house keeper, April 25, 1828.

French Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, Feb. 22, 1825.

Gibbons Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plumber, May 1, 1827.

Goodrich Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, whitesmith, March 9, 1827.

Graham Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, linen draper, June 11, 1839.

Green Chas., Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., cooper & coal merchant, Nov. 8, 1831.

Green James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, draper, May 2, 1834.

Green William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coach maker, Nov. 29, 1842.

Gunton John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, confectioner, Dec. 13, 1831.

Gwinnell Rich., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plumber & glazier, Nov. 7, 1826.

Hague Richard; and Frederick White; Cheltenham, painters, Dec. 21, 1827.

Haile Mossop, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, March 4, 1823.

Hall Joseph, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plasterer, April 25, 1826.

Hamper Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, hosier & glover, May 18, 1822.

Hardwick James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Dec. 28. 1830.

Hart William, Cheltenham, milliner and silk mercer, Dec. 20, 1836.

Hartwright James, Cheltenham, woollen draper and tailor, May 4, 1830.

Haviland Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, distiller, Nov. 3, 1826.

Haviland Robt., sen.; & Rich. Haviland; Cheltenham, distillers, Dec. 19, 1826.

Hawker Thomas Roper, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tailor, Sept. 20, 1831.

Hayward Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, June 12, 1821.

Herbert Berther, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, silk mercer, Feb. 12, 1825.

Hewett Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, brick maker, Aug. 25, 1837.

Heynes Stokes, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, wine merchant, Feb. 12, 1828.

Hill Joseph, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, woollen draper, Dec. 22, 1835.

Hill William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, Aug. 28, 1827.

Hingston Andrew, Cheltenham, chemist and druggist, May 4, 1838.

Hobbins Ruth. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire innkeeper, May 2, 1828.

Holland Elizabeth, widow, Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., grocer, March 14, 1826.

Holland John; & Eliz. Holland; Cheltenham, Gloucester, grocers, Sept.18, 1827.

Hollis William Sydney, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, gun maker, June 20, 1826.

Howard Wm. Henry, Cheltenham, upholsterer & cabinet maker, Sept. 9, 1836.

Howell Isaac, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, plumber and glazier, Mar. 5, 1825.

Hughes John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, wine merchant, May 22, 1821.

Hughes Joseph, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. butcher, Nov. 20, 1827.

Hughes William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, hotel keeper, Nov. З, 1835.

Jackson Michael, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, dealer, March 21, 1826.

James John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, May 27, 1828.

James John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, wine merchant, June 5, 1838. 

James John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, wine merchant, Dec. 30, 1842.

Jay William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, architect & builder, Aug. 19, 1828.

Jones James, Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., boot & shoe maker, June 10, 1826.

Joseph Michael Joseph, Cheltenham, proprietor of the New Circus, Jan.31, 1826.

Joseph Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, hatter, Oct. 26, 1827.

Knight John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder and brewer, Nov. 20, 1829.

Knill Henry: and Henry Knill, jun.; Cheltenham, plumbers, July 6, 1827.

Knowles Thomas, High street, Cheltenham, warehouseman, May 31, 1825.

Large John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. builder, March 21, 1826.

Lawrence Stephen, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, Jan. 19, 1827.

Lay John, Cheltenham place, Lambeth, stationer, Nov. 7, 1826.

Lediard Joseph, Cheltenham, slater and plasterer, Aug. 4, 1826.

Levoi Montague, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, picture dealer, Jan. 29, 1825.

Lewis Samuel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder &. plumber, Oct. 16, 1835.

Lineham William, Cheltenham. Gloucestershire, builder, Oct. 17, 1837

Long Samuel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, May 25, 1838.

Longdon George King, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, stone mason, Dec. 8, 1837.

Lyes William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coal merchant, March 23, 1822.

Mac Lean Edward, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, general dealer, July 21, 1837.

Maggs Sarah and James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, mercers, Aug. 13, 1833.

Marshall Charles Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, trader, Sept. 6. 1828.

Martin Samuel; and John Martin; Cheltenham. silversmiths, May 7, 1833.

Matthews Daniel; and Anthony Gardner; Cheltenham, grocers, Dec. 10, 1841.

Merrell John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, Aug. 4. 1826.

Millard John; and Edward Millard; Cheltenham, upholsterers, May 11, 1841.

Millward Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Sept. 22, 1837.

Monson The Honourable Katherine, Cheltenham, builder, Jan. 6, 1829.

Morgan William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Jan. 20, 1843.

Morgan William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, retail brewer, Feb. 7, 1834. 

Morgan William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Feb. 27, 1838.

Morris James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, baker, March 29, 1833.

Morris Robert, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, banker, April 8, 1828.

Morris Samuel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Oct. 24, 1826.

Moss Charles, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, fishmonger, March 22, 1823.

Motley James, Arle Mill, Gloucestershire, miller, Aug. 30, 1831.

Nathan John Soesman, Bristol and Cheltenham, furniture broker, Nov. 17, 1837.

Nelson John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tea dealer, May 15. 1824.

Newman Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, May 9, 1826.

Newmarch Benj., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coal mercht., Nov. 20, 1827.

Newmarch Charles, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, stone mercht., Feb. 17, 1821.

Nicholson John, Cheltenham & Charlton Kings, mercer, Nov. 4, 1834. 

Nicholson John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, brewer & maltster, April 16, 1841.

Nottingham John, Cheltenham, picture dealer, June 3, 1842.

Nyman David, Bath and Cheltenham, furrier, Nor. 17, 1840.

Oldham Elisha and Thomas, Chalford, & Cheltenham, builders, April 19, 1842.

Page William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, glass seller, April 24, 1827

Paine George Gibbs; and Philip Rock; Cheltenham, builders, May 5, 1829.

Parker Arthur, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, June 17, 1826.

Pitter Joseph, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer, Nov. 15, 1825.

Poarch John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, grocer & shopkeeper, Feb. 15, 1831.

Powell Thomas, Worcester late Cheltenham, innkeeper, July 3, 1829.

Powell William, Cheltenham. Gloucestershire, coach builder, Feb. 30, 1829.

Prosser John, Cheltenham, late Gloucester, timber merchant, June 5. 1838.

Quarrel John; and Richard Wright; Cheltenham, bricklayers, Feb. 2, 1838.

Rawlings Thos., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, broker & auctioneer, Nov. 8, 1833. 

Rawlings Thos., Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., broker & com. agent, Aug. 18, 1829.

Reynolds Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, saddler, April 6, 1822. 

Reynolds Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, saddler. June 19. 1827.

Richards Charles, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, dealer 8c chapman, Oct. 27, 1826.

Roberts John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coal merchant, May 22, 1824.

Rowe Charles Henry, Cheltenham, woollen draper, March 30, 1838.

Selley Chas., Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., innkeeper & coal merch., July 31, 1835.

Sheldon John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Oct. 24, 1837.

Simmons Thomas; John Simmons; and William Simmons; Winchcombe, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, road contractors & builders, March 10, 1829.

Sims Solomon, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Sawyer, July 4, 1826.

Slader Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, cabinet maker, Nov. 10, 1829.

Smith Edward, Cheltenham, silk mercer and haberdasher, Oct. 28, 1828.

Smith George; Thomas Smith; and Charles Frederick Smith; Cheltenham, and Liverpool, tailors, March 19, 1841.

Smith John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, timber merchant, May 18, 1827.

Stephens Francis, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, hallier, July 3, 1838.

Strange Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. plasterer, Dec. 12. 1826.

Surman William, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, hackneyman, April 30, 1839.

Tarrant Mary, Clarence st., Cheltenham. lodging-house keeper, March 29, 1836.

Terry Richard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, common brewer, April 1, 1842.

Thache John, Cheltenham, grocer and tallow chandler, Dec. 11, 1829.

Thomas Thomas Phipps, Cheltenham, glazier and builder, Dec. 20, 1839.

Thomson John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, victualler, April 12, 1825.

Tidmarsh James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, draper & mercer, April 6, 1841.

Todd Robert, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, May 5, 1835.

Togwell John, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, baker, April 8, 1831.

Turk George, Winchcomb street, Cheltenham, saddler, Nov. 16, 1841.

Turnbull Benj., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coal merchant, March 20. 1838.

Turner George Exton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, auctioneer, June 23, 1835.

Uglow James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, music seller, Feb. 19, 1836.

Underwood Charles, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Sept. 6, 1823.

Underwood Henry, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, Oct. 29, 1822.

Wanklin John; & Benjamin Wanklin; Cheltenham, plasterers, Nov. 25. 1828.

Watts James, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, printer, Feb. 4, 1826.

Weller Thomas Edmund, Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., bookseller, April 8, 1831.

Whatley George Lawson, Cheltenham, money scrivener, July 27, 1822.

Wheeler William, Cheltenham, whitesmith and bell hanger, Dec. 4, 1829.

White Arthur, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, cabinet maker, Feb. 12, 1836.

Whitehead William, Minchinhampton, late Cheltenham, trader. Aug. 24, 1827.

Whittard Richard, Cheltenham. and Gloucester, hatter & hosier, April 23, 1833.

Whittingham Thomas, Cheltenham, currier and leather cutter, Nov. 15, 1823.

Wilkes John, Cheltenham, builder and carpenter, Oct. 18, 1836.

Williams Robert, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, builder, May 6, 1828.

Williams Thomas. Cheltenham, auctioneer and upholsterer, March 23. 1827. 

Williams Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, coal merchant, June 11, 1830.

Wilson Thomas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, perfumer, Nov. 2, 1827.

Witts Thomas; and Jas. Ingleby Moss; Cheltenham, drapers, June 3, 1826.

Wood Thomas, Cheltenham, upholsterer and cabinet maker, April 23, 1833.

Younghusband Robt., Cheltenham, Gloucestersh., brickmaker, March 31, 1843.

Petitions of Bankruptcy

WHEREAS a Petition of George Cowling at present and for one year and one month last past residing at No 14 Suffolk parade in the parish of Cheltenham in the county of Gloucester and being a Bookseller Stationer and Newsvender and a Schoolmaster and an Organist and for one year and nine months previously thereto residing at No 14 Suffolk parade aforesaid and being a Bookseller Stationer and Newsvender and a Schoolmaster and for one year and six months previously thereto residing at No 18 Suffolk parade in the parish of Cheltenham in the county of Gloucester and being a Bookseller Stationer and Newsvender and a Schoolmaster and for nine months previously thereto residing at No 18 Suffolk parade aforesaid and being a Bookseller Stationer and Newsvender and a Chorister an insolvent debtor having been filed in the County Court of Gloucestershire at Cheltenham and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said George Cowling under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided the said George Cowling is hereby required to appear before the said Court on the 25th day of February instant at ten of the clock in the forenoon precisely for his first examination touching his debts estate and effects and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said George Cowling or that have any of his effects are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr Robert Wilton Clerk of the said Court at his office at Cheltenham the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent- The London Gazette 1851 

WHEREAS a Petition of Thomas Smith at present and for four years eleven months and ten days last past residing at Essex Villa in the parish of Cheltenham in the county of Gloucester and being a Painter Plumber and Glazier and for six years previously thereto residing at No 1 Essex place in Cheltenham aforesaid and being a Painter Plumber and Glazier an insolvent debtor having been filed in the County Court of Gloucestershire at Cheltenham and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Thomas Smith under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided the said Thomas Smith is hereby required to appear before James Francillon Esq Judge of the said Court on the 29th day of April next at ten of the clock in the forenoon precisely for his first examination touching his debts estate and effects and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said Thomas Smith or that have any of his effects are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr Robert Wilton Clerk of the said Court at his office at Cheltenham the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent - The London Gazette 1851

Interim Orders for protection from Process

Frederick Titus Read formerly and for two years of No 84½ High street Cheltenham then and for 15 months of No 1 Oak terrace Charlton Kings Gloucestershire Artist then for five weeks of No 2 Alfred place Bedford-square and next and late and now of (for five months) No 15 George street Portman square all in Middlesex part of the time assistant to a Foreign Importer and now out of business and out of employ. Saturday the 29th March 1851 - The London Gazette 1851 

Debtors Prison

Thomas Hale Bennett late of No 1 Tivoli place Cheltenham Gloucestershire Builder In the Gaol of Gloucester - Saturday the 25th day of January 1851 - The London Gazette

Before the Judge of the County Court of Gloucestershire holden at the Shirehall in the City of Gloucester on Thursday the 1st day of May 1851 at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon George Manning late of Corse Lawn Eldersfield Worcestershire first Butcher then Butcher Cattle Dealer Farmer and Wool Dealer on his own account having for three years and upwards carried on business as a Butcher in copartnership with Alfred Filmer under the style or firm of Manning and Filmer as Butchers at No 2 Stall in the Market Cheltenham Gloucestershire having during the same period a Slaughter house near Saint Paul's Church Cheltenham aforesaid and late of Corse Lawn Eldersfield aforesaid Farmer on his own account having a Farm and Land at Linkend Eidersfield aforesaid and having during the whole period of his residence attended Gloucester and occasionally Cheltenham Markets as a Butcher also on his own account - The London Gazette 1851

Discharge of Prisoners

The people listed below were discharged as a prisoners in the debtors prison.

Thomas Hale Bennett sued as Thos H Bennett formerly of No 19 Tivoli place Tivoli then of No 15 Great Norwood street, then of No 13 Great Norwood street, all in Cheltenham Gloucestershire, Builder and Timber, Cement, Slate, and Stone Dealer, then of No 5 Sussex-terrace, Barnsbury park, Islington, Middlesex, out of business, then of No 52 Union street, Borough, Surrey, Keeper of the Union Dining and Coffee Rooms, then of Rose cottage, Lypiatt street, Cheltenham aforesaid, out of business, and late of No 1 Tivoli place, Tivoli, Cheltenham aforesaid Builder - 17 February 1851 - The London Gazette. 

Poll Books

Cheltenham Poll Book 1834

Marriages

Marriages at Cheltenham 1558-1812

Marriages at Cheltenham 1558-1812 - UK Genealogy Archives

Transcriptions

Cheltenham Marriages 1812

Elisha Lane & Esther Morris, lic., 1 Jan. 1812

George Lewis, of High Holborn London, & Maria Birchley, lic., 8 Jan. 1812

Henry Edward Buller & Jane Gowan, lic., 9 Jan. 1812

William Manns & Mary Weeler, lic., 14 Jan. 1812

Gabriel Boice & Eliz. Grey, 19 Jan. 1812

Richard Staite & Syndonia Merret, of Charlton Kings, lic., 12 Jan. 1812

Thomas Bartlett Shenton & Hannah Hurlston, lic., 1812

Anthony Mustoe & Ann Hide, 28 Jan. 1812

Dennis McCarthy & Ann Power, lic., 29 Jan. 1812

Charles Yeates & Nancy Dockett, lic., 1 Feb. 1812

John Peacock & Martha Cross, 2 Feb. 1812

Edward Townsend & Eliz. Alcock, lic., 10 Feb. 1812

William Page & Mariah Rusell, 10 Feb. 1812

Richard Collier & Mary Cook, 10 Feb. 1812

James Jackson & Sarah Weatherstone, lic., 10 Feb. 1812

William Lumley & Hannah Greenwood, lic., 13 Feb. 1812

Michael Donough & Alice Holohan, 17 Feb. 1812

John Jones & Hannah Hiles, 24 Feb. 1812

Thomas Wilson & Ann Harris, 25 Feb. 1812

Robert Innes & Ann Bryan, lic., 1 Mar. 1812

Samuel Townley & Mary Ann Pates, lic., 1 Mar. 1812

William Archer & Ann Griffiths, 5 Mar. 1812

Wm. Thos. Halsey & Suanna Baker, 9 Mar. 1812

John Cox & Hannah Tombs, 25 Mar. 1812

James Mathews & Ann Adams, lic., 6 Apr. 1812

James Keene & Hannah Horlick, 6 Apr. 1812

Charles Williams & Margret Howell, 6 Apr. 1812

William Hill & Sarah Dobbs, 6 Apr. 1812

William Henneard & Ann Daws, lic., 8 Apr. 1812

Phillip Copeman & Eliz. Walker, 22 Apr. 1812

John Shuter & Sarah See., lic., 26 Apr. 1812

Joseph James & Ann Stroud, 27 Apr. 1812

William Mathews & Eliz. Long, lic., 28 Apr. 1812

Joseph Hughes & Mary Mathews, lic., 28 Apr. 1812

Robert Ellis & Sarah Heath, lic., 3 May 1812

Edward Hughes & Eliz. Hyder, lic., 10 May 1812

Charles Starr & Hannah Bliss, 10 May 1812

Samuel Long & Mary Keene, 19 May 1812

Benjamin Jubb, w., & Eliz. Phillips, 25 May 1812

John Richards & Ann Dix, 6 June 1812

William Phelps & Eliz. Gardner, 7 June 1812

Francis Tucker & Eliz. Hicks, 8 June 1812

Daniel Field, w., & Sarah Wilks, w., 8 June 1812

Thomas Evans & Eliz. Evans, lic., 9 June 1812

Jonathan Frankling & Sarah Parks, 14 June 1812

John Metcalfe Wardman & Mary Ann Seldon, lic., 16 June 1812

Charles Liddle & Ann Smith, lic., 20 June 1812

John Hill & Marria Boulton, 22 June 1812

Richard Joachiam, w., & Eliz. Bubb, w., 22 June 1812

Thomas Fardoe Smith & Jane Eyre, lic., 23 June 1812

William Powell Lorymer, of Newport, co. Monmouth, & Cecilia Addis, lic., 30 June 1812

William Thomas & Ann Hunter, 4 July 1812

Isaac Simonds & Mary Page, 5 July 1812

George Oakey, w., & Mary Coward, lic., 6 July 1812

Edward Robbins, of Lower Guiting, & Sarah Townsend, 13 July 1812

William Staite & Jane Gwinells, 20 July 1812

William Furris, w., & Sarah James, 21 July 1812

John Carter & Sarah Halliday, lic., 23 July 1812

William Witham & Frances Eliz. Brooks, lic., 23 July 1812

Samuel Cox & Mary Little, 25 July 1812

George Shepard & Mary Collett, 27 July 1812

John Peachy & Ann Drinkwater, 16 Aug. 1812

William Witfeild, w., & Sarah Crook, 19 Aug. 1812

George Yates, w., p. St. Nicholas, Gloucester, & Harriet Callcott, lic., 20 Aug. 1812

Richard Langbridge, w., & Martha Hewlet, lic., 23 Aug. 1812

Thomas Philips, w., & Esther Mace, 2 Sep. 1812

George Field & Eliz. Mansell, 13 Sep. 1812

William Higgs & Garoline [sic] Fisher, lic., 21 Sep. 1812

Charles Benjamin King & Maria Spong, p. St. James, Westminster, lic., 29 Sep. 1812

William Law Phelps, p. All Saints, Evesham, & Ann Gore, w., lic., 3 Oct. 1812

William Jones & Mary Lewis, 5 Oct. 1812

Robert Roff, of Turly. & Charlotte Windows, 11 Oct. 1812

William Green & Eliz. Cox, 18 Oct. 1812

Charles Henry Hale Hale & Elizabeth Butler Rollings, lic., 19 Oct. 1812

Samuel Dix & Ann Hunt, 19 Oct. 1812

John Gunton & Ann Hooper, lic., 25 Oct. 1812

John King & Mary Staite, 29 Oct. 1812

Joseph Lowes & Mary Burch, 1 Nov. 1812

Thomas Brookes & Sarah Morris, lic., 8 Nov. 1812

John Glover & Hannah Lane, lic., 10 Nov. 1812

William Hughes & Eliz. Lowe, lic., 16 Nov. 1812

John Ballinger, of Charlton Kings, & Eliz. Robbins, lic., 29 Nov. 1812

Peeter [sic] Williams & Mary Perry, 7 Dec. 1812

John Heden & Margrett Horn, w., 14 Dec. 1812

John Lane, w., of Staverton, & Pheobe Crump, lic., 19 Dec. 1812

William Freman & Jane Poulson, lic., 22 Dec. 1812

Charles Baxter & Mary Rogers, 23 Dec. 1812

Joseph Boddy & Eliz. Brace, 26 Dec. 1812

William Teal & Mary Williams, 28 Dec. 1812

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. VII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1901

Cheltenham Marriages 1811

James Scott, w., & Susanna Cowper, lic., 1 Jan. 1811

Thomas Hathaway & Ann Seabourn, 1 Jan. 1811

Robert Reynard & Priscilla Metcalf, w., of Brimsfield, lic., 2 Jan. 1811

Benjamin Bough & Mary Corse, 14 Jan. 1811

Charles Iddols Wathen & Mary Ann Wingate, 20 Jan. 1811

Thomas Draper & Jane Bate, lic., 27 Jan. 1811

George Stacey & Sarah Hill, 27 Jan. 1811

Richard King, of Treegoose, co. Wilts, & Eliz. Beathe, lic., 29 Jan. 1811

William Farmer, w., of Swindon, co. Wilts, & Mary Butt Welch, lic., 11 Feb. 1811

John Watkins & Eliz. Phipps, 13 Feb. 1811

Thomas Prosser & Hester Wills, 9 Mar. 1811

John William Paxton & Frances Eliz. Patrickson, lic., 12 Mar. 1811

Richard Portlock & Eliz. Turner, 17 Mar. 1811

Philip Wilson Philip, of St. Nicholas, co. Worcester, & Mary Domvile, lic., 25 Mar. 1811

Henry Bird & Ann Snelus, 31 Mar. 1811

Henry Gattie, w., of Walcot, Bath, & Susanna Black, lic., 11 Apr. 1811

William Phillips & Mary Ann Seward, 15 Apr. 1811

William Lea & Sarah Warner, lic., 18 Apr. 1811

Keelinge Freeman, of Pedmore, co. Worc., & Louisa Domvile, lic., 22 Apr. 1811

Thomas Roberts & Sarah Morris, 22 Apr. 1811

Timothy Underwood, w., & Jane Smart, w., 24 Apr. 1811

Michael Aldington & Sarah Fowler, 27 Apr. 1811

William Charlewood & Ann Cheerington, 6 May 1811

Simon Hathaway & Eliz. Richings, 6 May 1811

Thomas Pockett & Sarah Lawson, 11 May 1811

William Conolly & Anna Maria Domvill, lic., 16 May 1811

John English & Sarah Curl, lic., 17 May 1811

John Collins & Eliz. Hamblin, lic., 28 May 1811

William Hamblett & Eliz. Greening, 2 June 1811

Samue [sic] Barrett & Mary Brown, 11 June 1811

John Salmon & Sarah Rich, 13 June 1811

Thomas Brace & Eliz. Brown, 24 June 1811

John Mustoe & Ann Ludloe, 25 June 1811

William Dyer & Ann Watts, 27 June 1811

William Bond & Mary Young, 1 July 1811

Robert Hoare, w., of Hurst Moncun [?], co. Sussex, & Ann Lewis, w., lic., 7 July 1811

Daniel Crowther & Mary Mustoe, 9 July 1811

James Crook & Rachel Demsill, 29 July 1811

William Cook & Mary Manning, 5 Aug. 1811

Benjamin Clarke & Jane Young, 6 Aug. 1811

William Sanders & Jane Parker, 8 Aug. 1811

George Howes & Arobela Bennett, w., 11 Aug. 1811

Robert Bolton, w., & Esther Alder, w., 12 Aug. 1811

John Summerfield & Sylvia Clay, 21 Aug. 1811

John Merrett & Mary Pendrey, lic., 26 Aug. 1811

Benjamin Dyer & Sarah Hawes, 26 Aug. 1811

John Cooke, of Stroud, & Sarah Wells, lic., 27 Aug. 1811

William Newman, w., of Presbury, & Eliz. Precce [sic], lic., 29 Aug. 1811

Enock Morgan 7 Frances Burges Tomey, 1 Sep. 1811

James Dowman & Sarah Lusty, 3 Sep. 1811

William Newman & Eliz. Wills, 22 Sep. 1811

Samuell Pulling & Eliz. Page, 23 Sep. 1811

William Noris & Polly Stock, lic., 24 Sep. 1811

David Neale & Ruth Hutchinson, lic., 6 Oct. 1811

James Grivell, w., & Mary Johnson, 6 Oct. 1811

Richard Lawford & Ann Cook, 7 Oct. 1811

Thomas Rowlson & Charlott Cambll [sic], lic., 14 Oct. 1811

Thomas Radbun, of Burford, co. Oxfordshire, & Eliz. Large, lic., 14 Oct. 1811

William Pockett, w., & Dinah Dicks, 15 Oct. 1811

Thomas Manning & Sarah Rogers, 22 Oct. 1811

Philip Bennett, w., & Mary Hurd, lic., 23 Oct. 1811

John Cherrington & Edith Davis, 27 Oct. 1811

Benjamin Purser, w., of Ashleworth, & Eliz. Purser, lic., 29 Oct. 1811

John Collett, w., & Leah Hobbs, of Stowe, lic., 30 Oct. 1811

Samuel Onley & Sarah Calcott, w., lic., 31 Oct. 1811

Joseph Holtham & Eliz. Jordan, 11 Nov. 1811

Richard Preston & Ann Finch, 11 Nov. 1811

William Turner & Eliz. Fern, 17 Nov. 1811

John Chatwood & Ann Cooper, 18 Nov. 1811

Arthur Parker & Mary Potter, lic., 26 Nov. 1811

William Morris Probert & Mary Self, lic., 26 Nov. 1811

Samuel Meredeth & Esther Apperley, lic., 28 Nov. 1811

Robert Hayward, w., of Presbury, & Jane Sadler, w., lic., 5 Dec. 1811

Thomas Cook & Charlott Hill, 8 Dec. 1811

Jesse Bliss & Sarah Kite, of Porsbary [? Prestbury], lic., 24 Dec. 1811

Richard Savage, p. St. Lawrence, Evesham, & Emma Harrison, 24 Dec. 1811

[This entry, No. 476, has been crossed out].

Edward Savage, p. St. Lawrence, Evesham, & Emma Harrison [No. 477], 24 Dec. 1811

John Dodwell & Hannah Margretts, 25 Dec. 1811

John Garrison & Christiana Bliss, lic., 26 Dec. 1811

Charles Butler & Hannah Cook, 30 Dec. 1811

Thomas Bullock & Lucy Buckingham, 30 Dec. 1811

George Owen & Mary Ferris, 31 Dec. 1811

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. VII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1901

Cheltenham Marriages 1810

William Williams & Dorothey Chandler, lic., 2 Jan. 1810

Henry Rogers & Pheobe Hill, 18 Jan. 1810

John Sadler & Hester Matty, w., lic., 14 Feb. 1810

John Calcott & Harriott Hope, 27 Feb. 1810

William Nash, w., & Mary Price, 28 Feb. 1810

Paul Cherrott, w., & Ann Saunders, 4 Mar. 1810

Edward Fugar [Fager], w., & Mary Garn, lic., 5 Mar. 1810

William Hale & Eliz. Garn, lic., 5 Mar. 1810

Benjamin Hayward Brown & Eliza Solina Irwin, lic., 6 Mar. 1810

Benjamin Browne & Emelior Hughis [Hughes], 13 Mar. 1810

Richard Cole & Ann Piff, lic., 12 Apr. 1810

Richard Pruen, w., & Barbarra Bennett, w., lic., 14 Apr. 1810

Thomas Steephens [sic] & Hannah Powell, 6 May 1810

William Neale & Rachel Middleton, lic., 7 May 1810

James Williams Omesbury, w., of Bray, Ireland, & Catherine Moore, 7 May 1810

John Bowles, w., & Mary Pugh, 16 May 1810

Samuel Oliver & Sarah Heath, 22 May 1810

Benjamin Wright, of Tewkesbury, & Sarah Tinson, lic., 24 May 1810

James Harward & Hannah Bishop, 18 June 1810

Richard Wake & Marria Lee, 19 June 1810

Francis Desive Masson & Hannah Fisher Brown, lic., 19 June  1810

Mathew Willett, of Stowmarket, co. Suffolk, & Sarah Payton, lic., 25 June 1810

William Moss & Frances Marria Bond, 26 June 1810

Jonathan Edmonds & Jane Edmonds, 9 July 1810

Alexander Page & Mary Edwards, 15 July 1810

John Rawlings & Ann Sadler, lic., 21 July  1810

William Jones & Margaret Thomas, 23 July 1810

Benjamin Newmarch & Mary Ann Whitchurst, lic., 24 July 1810

Thomas Jones & Eliz. Jones, 25 July 1810

James Bridgeman, w., & Sarah Pew, 30 July 1810

John Thomas & Eliz. Mathews, 5 Aug. 1810

John Whitmore, w., & Maria Ayton, lic., 20 Aug. 1810

Thomas Daws [Dawes] & Mary Telbey, lic., 21 Aug. 1810

William Perks & Ann Whithorne, 23 Aug. 1810

Thomas Steephens & Mary Mathews, 27 Aug. 1810

Richard Bodnham & Eliz. Kitchin, 27 Aug. 1810

William Packer & Sarah Jordan, 4 Sep. 1810

William Togwell, of Charlton Kings, & Hannah Piffe, lic., 13 Sep. 1810

Thomas Dodwell, & Charlott Man, 17 Sep. 1810

George Lewis, w., of Walcot, Bath, & Hester Thomas, lic., 19 Sep. 1810

John Moulder & Aurelia Hooper, lic., 26 Sep. 1810

Robert Meadow & Eliza Workman, 30 Sep. 1810

Richard Sandys & Margaret MacIntosh, lic., 3 Oct. 1810

John Major & Jane Hewell, lic., 3 Oct. 1810

Michael Joseph Semper & Harriot Walsh Porter, lic., 10 Oct. 1810

George Sherwood & Ann Winter, 11 Oct. 1810

Richard Hunt, w., & Eliz. Brown, w., lic., 14 Oct. 1810

William Cole & Eliz. Wood, lic., 14 Oct. 1810

Valentine Mayal & Ann Merret, 14 Oct. 1810

Shedrick Witts & Mary Ivens, 16 Oct. 1810

Mossop Haile & Sarah Hooper, lic., 21 Oct. 1810

John Tombs & Sarah Saunders, 22 Oct. 1810

Joseph Birchley, w., of Longden, co. Worc., & Ann Wheeler, lic., 24 Oct. 1810

William Hall & Ann White, 28 Oct. 1810

Richard Brooks & Mary Harper, 1 Nov. 1810

Thomas Eagles & Comfort Welch, 5 Nov. 1810

William Hastings & Hester Cam, lic., 17 Nov. 1810

Edmond Cole, of Charlton Kings, & Ann Dee, lic., 18 Nov. 1810

James Hughes & Mary Young, 19 Nov. 1810

Robert Blackaney & Martha Evans, 26 Nov. 1810

Michal Riddell & Coroline Alicia Sheridan, lic., 1 Dec. 1810

William Hostings & Ann Higgs, 3 Dec. 1810

Job Wilks & Ann Buckingham, 4 Dec. 1810

William Townley & Ann Marden, 18 Dec. 1810

West Fleming & Mary Peer, 24 Dec. 1810

George Deer & Mary Ann Williams, 24 Dec. 1810

Richard Kear & Sarah Hawks, 25 Dec. 1810

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. VII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1901

Cheltenham Marriages 1809

James Wiltshire & Sarah Webb Hawker, lic., 12 Jan. 1809

James Merrett, of Upton St. Leonards, & Mary Townley, lic., 16 Jan. 1809

John Studham & Eliz. Page, 21 Jan. 1809

William Gibbons & Christian Hazelgrove, 31 Jan. 1809

Benjamin Chapman, p. St. John Baptist, Gloucester, & Eliz. George, w., lic., 2 Feb. 1809

William Williams & Eliz. Hide, 7 Feb. 1809

James Turner & Mary Bennett, 26 Feb. 1809

Frederick Whalley, esqr., p. St. Mary Le Bow, Middlesex, & Mary Buxton, lic., 7 Mar. 1809

Mosses Green & Ann Thomas, 12 Mar. 1809

John Davis & Ann Castle, 13 Mar. 1809

William Davis & Sarah Hooper, 21 Mar. 1809

William Kingman & Sarah George, 26 Mar. 1809

William Davis & Jane Stowe, 30 Mar. 1809

Joseph Sims, w., & Ann Holaway, 6 Apr. 1809

Steephen [sic] Aldington & Ann Mall, 10 Apr. 1809

Thomas Brydges Hughes, of the Middle Temple, co. Middlesex, & Mariana Eliz. Anne Lucas, lic., 11 Apr. 1809

Thomas Stephens, of Newland, & Eliz. Ward, 16 Apr. 1809

John Hill & Jane Harris, 24 Apr. 1809

Edward Lewis, w., & Hannah James, of Buckland, lic., 24 Apr. 1809

Henry James Weaver & Sarah Smith, 29 Apr. 1809

Thomas Newman & Eliza Harriott Tonge, lic., 29 Apr. 1809

Henry Britt & Eliz. Mary Francis, 1 May 1809

Thomas Woodroffe & Maria Wright, lic., 21 May 1809

William Archer & Martha Wheale, 21 May 1809

Augustus Von Reizenstein & Louisa Morgan, lic., 3 June 1809

Thomas Denton & Sarah Devereux, 3 June 1809

Samuel Wills, w., & Eliz. Slatter, w., 4 June 1809

William Grundy & Eliz. Hooper, w., lic., 10 June 1809

John Moss & Ann Rodway, 11 June 1809

Thomas Rowland & Sarah Willis, 12 June 1809

James Seward & Isabella Williams, 3 July 1809

Evan Jenkins & Ann Bromley, 3 July 1809

Robert Coop & Mary Bevan, lic., 5 July 1809

Robert Petty & Catherine Grindall, 9 July 1809

Thomas Wellington & Mary Everis, 28 Aug. 1809

Richard Mee & Ann Wallace, of Sherdington, lic., 24 Sep. 1809

Bernard Hunntinck & Eliz. Price, lic., 27 Sep. 1809

Thomas Scrivens, w., & Mary Walker, w., 28 Sep. 1809

William Dowdswell & Ann Dix, 30 Sep. 1809

William Hall & Eliz. Honey, 2 Oct. 1809

John Tyms & Eliz. Price, lic., 2 Oct. 1809

James Abrahall & Dianna Humphris, 5 Oct. 1809

Thomas Prickard & Eliz. Barnett, 5 Oct. 1809

Edward Little & Mary Mills, 9 Oct. 1809

Edward Everis & Jane Clift, 9 Oct. 1809

James Mathews & Mary Overbury, 15 Oct. 1809

Samuel French & Sarah Cox, 26 Oct. 1809

William Long & Eliz. Bullock, lic., 26 Oct. 1809

Richard Mathews, of Wargrave, co. Berks, & Catherine Buckley, lic., 30 Oct. 1809

Richard Smith, w., & Martha Dowdswel, 1 Nov. 1809

Joseph Maddeford, w., & Mary Price, lic., 2 Nov. 1809

George Harris & Sarah Nutt, 2 Nov. 1809

William Wasely & Mary Ebesworth, 2 Nov. 1809

John Durham & Ann Semore, 6 Nov. 1809

John Neate & Mary Ann Margarate, 6 Nov. 1809

George Denman & Alice Hart, 10 Nov. 1809

John Smith Rivere & Luccy [sic] Forster, lic., 12 Nov. 1809

William Hampton & Ester Everis, 13 Nov. 1809

William Whithorn & Hannah Kilminster, 14 Nov. 1809

David Lines, w., & Mary Bisco, 21 Nov. 1809

John Broome & Phylis Kyan, lic., 24 Nov. 1809

Richard Donaghue & Eliz. Taylor, lic., 26 Nov. 1809

Charles Turk & Mary Merchant, 13 Dec. 1809

Charles Satterthaite & Frances Ann Georgiana Sheridan, lic., 14 Dec. 1809

Daniel Thayer, of Badgworth, & Eliz. Edwards, lic., 14 Dec. 1809

Thomas Byrns & Eliz. Lee, lic., 16 Dec. 1809

Thomas Williams & Eliz. Finch, 17 Dec. 1809

John Hatton & Eliz. Greening, lic., 21 Dec. 1809

John Allen & Ann Robbins, 27 Dec. 1809

Gregory Boraston, of Claines [?], co. Worcs., & Anne Hinde, lic., 28 Dec. 1809

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. VII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1901

Cheltenham Marriages 1808

William Jessett & Sarah Major, lic., 4 Jan. 1808

Robert Yeates & Eliz. Mossely, 10 Jan. 1808

William Allen & Eliz. Smith, 18 Jan. 1808

Thomas Henney & Louisa Kerstine, lic., 21 Jan. 1808

Richard Tibber & Eliz. Dee, lic., 21 Jan. 1808

Charles Thornton & Frances Langham, lic., 24 Jan. 1808

George Taylor & Sarah Gore, w., 24 Jan. 1808

Thomas Daw & Mary Stanch, 24 Jan. 1808

William Hinton & Sarah Bradshaw, lic., 28 Jan. 1808

William Young & Edit Tible, 6 Feb. 1808

Thomas Clark & Ann Preston, 8 Feb. 1808

Robert Lee & Fanny Moore, 16 Feb. 1808

Christopher Webb & Eliz. West, 16 Feb. 1808

Joseph Wood, of the College Precincts, Gloucester, & Mary Spencer, lic., 21 Feb. 1808

Robert Cross & Mary More, 22 Feb. 1808

William Hill & Hannah Maria Barnett, 27 Feb. 1808

William Hall & Ann Turner, 27 Feb. 1808

Joseph Hine & Phoebe Hastings, 22 Mar. 1808

Richard Chapman, of St. Clement’s Danes, co. Middlesex, & Mary Goulder, lic., 7 Apr. 1808

William Hamblin & Ann Jones, 23 Apr. 1808

Thomas Belcher & Sarah Hamblin, 23 Apr. 1808

William Clark & Mary Blackwell, 24 Apr. 1808

Richard Newman & Sarah Peeters, of Charlton Kings, 8 May 1808

James Boreham & Rebecca Bishop, lic., 25 May 1808

Solomon Oakes & Prosannah [sic] Rogers, lic., 9 June 1808

Edmond Merrill, w., & Jane Jewell, 9 June 1808

William Coleman & Eliz. Buckingham, 14 June 1808

Richard Pinigar, of Cirencester, & Mary Lea, 16 June 1808

[This entry has been crossed out.  It is numbered 223, but should be No. 303.]

John Chine & Fanny Goff, 29 June 1808

Charles Cox & Sally Higgs, 27 June 1808

William Dobbins, w., & Priscilla Arkell, lic., 17 July 1808

Henry Pike & Charlotte Barrett, 24 July 1808

Robert Crook & Hannah Harriss, 25 July 1808

James Currell & Betty Ballinger, 31 July 1808

Richard Heming & Ann Bridges, lic., 1 Aug. 1808

William Brooks, w., & Margarett Jones, 5 Aug. 1808

James Blake & Eliz. Graham Erskine, w., lic., 7 Aug. 1808

John Bellam & Margaret Rece, lic., 11 Aug. 1808

Ames Thackwell, of Condicote, & Margrett Horniblow, lic., 15 Aug. 1808

Ames Hellier & Ann Mary Bowler, w., lic., 16 Aug. 1808

Edmond Phips & Sarah Freeman, 23 Aug. 1808

James Godwin Davis & Ann Wills, lic., 10 Sept. 1808

Morrison Hodges & Mary Coldrick, 11 Sept. 1808

Samuell Ballinger & Hannah Camm, lic., 12 Sept. 1808

Charles Margetts & Sophia Howell, 28 Sept. 1808

Richard Endall, of Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, & Ann Lawrence, lic., 1 Oct. 1808

Cornelius Cook & Eliz. Pinnock, 3 Oct. 1808

John Freeman, w., of Charlton Kings, & Mary Wood, 3 Oct. 1808

Thomas Wasley & Mary Weakfield, 3 Oct. 1808

William Fowler & Eliz. Carey, 8 Oct. 1808

Thomas Barnes, of Cutsden [Cuddesdon, co. Oxford ?], & Ann Fisher, 10 Oct. 1808

John Pring, w., & Betty Greening, lic., 19 Oct. 1808

William Jenkins, w., & Mary Proctor, lic., 20 Oct. 1808

Thomas Newman & Eliz. Richardson, of Swindon, lic., 22 Oct. 1808

Henry Lewis & Eliz. Brown, 31 Oct. 1808

John Harriss & Sarah Artus, 2 Nov. 1808

Joseph Hemmings & Charlott Wintle, 7 Nov. 1808

Paul Cooper & Hannah Day, 13 Nov. 1808

William Trinder & Hanna Maria Fletcher Welch, 15 Nov. 1808

Thomas Poole & Mary Bumpass, 16 Nov. 1808

John Dadge & Mary Simonds, 21 Nov. 1808

Charles James & Hannah Wills, 21 Nov. 1808

William Walker, of Kidderminster, co. Worc., & Mary Cox, lic., 5 Dec. 1808

William Beard, of Saint Clement’s Danes, co. Middlesex, & Eliz. White, lic., 7 Dec. 1808

William Poole & Ann Spiers, 13 Dec. 1808

Daniel Freeman & Sarah Donevan, lic., 22 Dec. 1808

James Woodfield & Hannah White, lic., 22 Dec. 1808

Richard Lewis & Margratt Taylor, 25 Dec. 1808

John Bishop & Mary Forty, lic., 31 Dec. 1808

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. VII. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1901

Directories

Cheltenham Universal British Directory 1791

Cheltenham - Commercial Directory of the Jews of Gt. Britain. 1894

CHELTENHAM.

Goldberg, S. ; Pawnbroker and jeweller.

Hart; Fleece Hotel.

Isaachor, Wolfe ; Optician.

Nestor, M.; Cheltenham College.

Schnurman (Rev.); Min. Heb. Cong.

Sternberg, Mrs.; Pawnbroker and jeweller.

Source: Commercial Directory of the Jews of the United Kingdom 1894 by Harfield, Eugene G.

Administration

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