Childswickham Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Childswickham is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire.

Alternative Names: Childs Wickham

Other places in the parish include: Mircott or Murcot.

Parish church: St. Mary

Parish registers begin: 1560

Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational and Wesleyan Methodist

Parishes adjacent to Childswickham

Historical Descriptions

Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales Circa 1870

Childs-Wickham a village and a, parish in Evesham district, Gloucester. The village stands on the verge of the county, 1 ¾ mile WNW of Broadway, and 5 WSW of Honeybourne r. station. The parish includes also the hamlet of Mircott; and its post-town is Broadway. Acres, 2,040. Real property, £3,049. Pop., 440. Houses, 92. The property is divided among a few. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. Value, £246. Patrons, the Representatives of the Rev. J. H. Tucker. The church is neat and tolerably good.

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

Childs-Wickham, 6½m. N.E. Winchcombe. P. 469

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

Parish Records

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Marriages at Childswickham 1560 to 1812

Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol IV. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124, Chancery Lane, London. 1900.

Author: Phillimore, W. P. W. (William Phillimore Watts), 1853-1913, ed; Blagg, Thomas Matthews

Note. – these Marriages are contained in four volumes, of which the oldest is of parchment, with flexible covers; it contains Marriages at the commencement and at the end, and Baptisms and Burials. There are also recorded the inductions of three priests, viz., John Brian Moore, 13 Aug. 1663, Richard Gregory, 24 Dec. 1700, and John Capen Clarke, 30 May 1719. There are extensive gaps in the Marriage series from 1562-1609, and 1714-20.

The extracts have been made by the Rev. J. Harvey Bloom, and are printed under his supervision with the consent of the Rev. L. Lloyd, Vicar

Marriages at Childswickham 1560 to 1812 - Archive.org

Marriages at Childswickham 1560-1812 - UK Genealogy Archives

Transcriptions

Childswickham Marriages 1784 to 1812

Volume IV.  Marriages 1784 to 1812

William Trenfield & Elizabeth Bourton .. 1 Mar. 1784

William Allard, of Pebworth & Mary Willis 26 Oct. 1784

William robins & Elizabeth Ryland, w., lic. 3 Mar. 1785

William Brand & Elizabeth Young, lic. 4 Aug. 1785

William Careless, of South Littleton & Hannah Stevens 29 Aug. 1786

Thomas Strite, of Didbrooke & Anne Smyth 8 Feb. 1787

Joseph Joyner & Sarah Ludlow, w., 19 Sept. 1787

Robert Franklin & Hannah Daus, w. 4 Sept. 1787

William Harden & Susannah Ryland 22 Oct. 1787

William Simpson, of Bretforton & Hannah Rook 14 Oct. 1788

Joseph Bird, w., & Elizabeth Stephens, lic. 13 Nov. 1788

Thomas Freeman & Ann Careless 17 Nov. 1788

William Proctor, of Tewkesbury & Ann Fisher 30 Sept. 1789

Richard Mechen, w., & Mary Spires, w. 20 Nov. 1789

John Frances & Ann Trenfield 20 Sept. 1790

Richard Carter & Ann Walter 18 Oct. 1790

Thomas Grove, w., of Saintbury, & Sarah Ballinger 5 Jan. 1792

William Keyte & Isabella Stephens, lic. 13 Mar. 1792

Joseph Ryland & Esther Cooper 11 July 1792

John Ballinger & Betty Charlewood 20 Aug. 1792

William Taylor & Susannah Leech 20 Aug. 1792

John Gibbs & Nelly Adkins 1 Nov. 1792

James Morris & Ann Clifton 27 Nov. 1792

Thomas Ryland, of South Littleton, & Sarah Leech 12 Mar. 1793

Joseph Green, of Sedgeborrow, & Mary Carter 25 Mar. 1794

Henry Trenfield & Hannah Saunders 14 Oct. 1794

John Smith & Ann Steward 10 Nov. 1794

John Bennet & Elizabeth Leech 12 Jan. 1796

John Dorrill, w., of Broadway, & Sarah Smith 3 Nov. 1796

John Vincent & Mary Smith, lic. 6 Apr. 1796

Thomas Gisborne, of Elmley, & Sarah Stephens, lic. 28 Jan. 1797

John Turkfield & Mary Smith, lic. 23 Aug. 1797

Thomas Fisher & Ann Crump, w. 23 Jan. 1798

John Howard & Mary Jeffries 28 Jan. 1798

Samuel White & Ann Wheatley, w., lic. 19 Mar. 1798

Charles Johnson, of Dumleton, & Hannah Stewart, lic. 13 Sept. 1798

William Beard & Mary Smith 22 Nov. 1798

George Walter Smith, of Badney, & Jonne Fisher, lic. 16 Apr. 1799

Thomas Waters & Susanna Mails 7 May 1799

Joseph Phillips & Elizabeth Dowry, of Broadway, lic. 21 Oct. 1799

William Perrin & Martha Crump, lic. 13 Nov. 1799

Matthew Ryland & Rebecca Stephens, lic. 9 Apr. 1801

James Baldwin & Ann Fort 14 Dec. 1801

John Grove & Mary Rook 8 May 1802

William Hughes & Ann Ryland, w. 25 Nov. 1802

William Careless & Anne Painter 29 Nov. 1802

Thomas Robarts, of Bishops Cleeve, & Ann Warner, lic. 7 Apr. 1803

James Taylor & Sarah Robins, lic. 28 July 1803

Joseph Pritchard & Elizabeth James 22 Oct. 1804

William Green, of Sedgeborrow, & Esther Smith 16 Mar. 1805

John Herne & Martha Gibbs 17 June 1805

William Hasler & Ann Haman 14 Oct. 1805

William Hewit, of Badsey, & Hannah Sallier 27 Oct. 1805

Richard Smith & Elizabeth Warner, lic. 18 Mar. 1806

Joseph Boyce, of Buckland, & Susannah Charlewood 16 Aug. 1806

Edward Carter & Ann Millington 28 Oct. 1806

Anthony Smith & Mary Warrams 20 Oct. 1807

Joseph Tandy, w., & Mary Tyler 2 Nov. 1807

Joseph Harris & Ann Gardiner 9 June 1808

Richard Phipps, w., & Elizabeth Newberry 17 Oct. 1808

Richard Andrews & Hannah Kirk 28 Dec. 1808

William Steward & Hannah New 7 Aug. 1809

William Eastling, of Campden, & Mary Trenfield 21 Aug. 1809

George Hartwell & Mary Jordin 17 Nov. 1809

William Davis, of Kemsey, & Elizabeth Inglis, lic. 7 Dec. 1809

Thomas Rooke & Elizabeth Grove 27 Dec. 1809

Thomas Day & Elizabeth Hunt 7 Aug. 1810

Joseph Smith, of Stbury, & Katherine Crumpe, lic. 4 Oct. 1810

John Slatter, of Stanton, & Ann Jordin 19 Nov. 1810

Benjamin Smith, of Church Honeyborne, & Eleanor Carter 11 Dec. 1810

John Weeb & Elizabeth Woodward 8 Dec. 1811

Thomas Daffern, of Buckland, & Jemima Rook 24 Dec. 1811

Charles Coal & Ann Tiler 31 Dec. 1811

William Bulluck, of Chipping Campden, & Elizabeth Ballinger, lic. 23 Jan. 1812

Richard Clifton & Mary Tandy 10 Mar. 1812

Thomas Smith & Jane Hawker 22 Oct 1812

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

Childswickham Marriages 1747 to 1783

Volume II.

Thomas Stait & Elizabeth Woodward, 7 May 1747

Thomas Grissell & Elizabeth Hichburne, lic., 16 Mar. 1749

Timothy Beard & Ann Sackwell, lic., 3 Feb. 1750

Volume III.

John Grimmet, of Wormington, & Hannah Cottrel, 23 Feb. 1755

John Gibbs & Rebecca Harwood, 11 Oct. 1755

William Nook & Margaret Mumford, 12 July 1756

Thomas Trinfield & Sarah Maysey, 21 July 1756

John Higins, of Cutsden, & Mary Smith, lic., 2 Dec. 1756

Richard Carter & Elizabeth Ballinger, 20 Feb. 1758

John Atkins & Elizabeth Curtis, 20 Feb. 1759

Michael Smith & Ann Careless, lic., 28 May 1759

William Beard & Ann Beard, 21 Oct. 1759

John Smith & Ann Gibbs, 20 Dec. 1759

William Smith & Elizabeth Warner, lic., 12 May 1760

Robert Williams & Ann Grainer, 5 July 1760

John Bushel & Isabella Winkfield, 12 Jan. 1761

William Corbet & Mary Porter, 12 Feb. 1761

John Standley, of Snowshill, & Ann Ballinger, lic., 8 July 1761

Robert Moyl & Mary Walker, 4 Oct. 1762

William Dobbins & Ann Pain, lic., 15 Oct. 1762

Tymothy Beard & Sarah Hawker, 2 Feb. 1762

William Leech & Sarah Kings, of St. Lawrence, Evesham, 24 May 1762

John Trotman & Sophia Godard, 11 Oct. 1762

William Spiers, of Wickham, & Mary Reeve, 6 Feb. 1764

William Hardwick & Ann Porter, 18 Nov. 1764

Job Chambers & Mary Fisher, lic., 12 Apr. 1765

Robert Careless & Elizabeth Drinkwater, lic., 25 Aug. 1765

John Summers, of Stanton, & Mary Roberts, 13 July 1766

Anthony Smith & Elizabeth Dier, 4 Aug. 1766

John Simmons, of Broadwell, & Sarah Ballinger, 12 Aug. 1766

Richard Smith & Jane Ballinger, lic., 19 Oct. 1766

George Parker & Ann Lowe, of Buckland, lic., 4 Nov. 1766

Richard Standley & Esther Smith, lic., 26 May 1767

John Stephens & Mary Bull, 18 Oct. 1767

William Curtis & Ann Bouten, 27 Oct. 1767

John Bentley, of Wickhamford, & Mary Dones, 7 Dec. 1767

Samuel Smith & Mary Ainge, 16 Feb. 1768

John Ingles & Elizabeth Skinner, 15 Nov. 1768

Thomas Peckrill & Mary Porter, 20 Nov. 1768

William Soul & Mary Stephens, 13 Oct. 1769

Francis Smith & Elizabeth Stephens, 2 Feb. 1770

John Newbury & Mary Smith, lic., 27 Feb. 1770

Thomas Hiatt, of Broadway, & Sarah Bubb, lic., 21 July 1770

William Green & Sarah Gibbs, 7 Aug. 1770

John Cull & Mary Ludlow, 21 Dec. 1770

William Hyatt & Nancy Riland, lic., 31 Dec. 1771

Stephen Higgins & Anne Stephens, 9 June 1772

Thomas James, of Broadway, & Elizabeth Ballard, 16 Aug. 1772

Richard Carter & Anne Daunce, w., lic., 18 Aug. 1772

John Skey & Hannah Beard, 4 Nov. 1772

Thomas Kent, of Kemerton, & Mary Mumford, 8 Feb. 1773

William Perrin, of Broadway, & Elizabeth Riland, lic., 21 Mar. 1773

William Drinkwater & Anne Veal, lic., 20 Aug. 1773

John Bennett Beard & Sarah Fort, lic., 13 Oct. 1773

Edward Poultney & Mary Gibbs, lic., 13 Jan. 1774

William Corbett & Anne Lowe, 5 Sept. 1774

Thomas Flickwood & Luce Pain, 27 Dec. 1775

John Stephens & Sarah Ballinger, lic., 8 May 1775

Charles Malin & Ann Fisher, lic., 6 June 1775

John Wood & Mary Bubb, lic., 17 June 1775

William Lowe & Mary Roberts, 18 July 1775

Benjamin Webb, of Longborough, w., & Sarah Bubb, 11 May 1776

Samuel Hawker, w., & Elizabeth Gibbs, lic., 16 Dec. 1776

Robert Hawker & Ann Ainge, 9 June 1778

Thomas Warner & Hannah Smith, lic., 5 Aug. 1778

James Gibbs, of Broadway & Martha Ford, 26 Apr. 1779

Richard Stanley, of Wickhamford & Mary Morris, 3 Apr. 1780

William Patcher & Prudence Willis, 4 July 1780

John Newbury & Elizabeth Bond, 2 Sept. 1780

Peter Locket, of Broadway & Hannah Bubb, 2 Apr. 1782

Thomas Crump, w., & Elizabeth Careless, lic., 10 June 1783

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

Childswickham Marriages 1700 to 1746

Thomas Dobbins, of Cuts Dean, & Francis Aldington, 2 Apr. 1700

John Smith, of Lyneham, in p. of Shipton, co. Oxford, & Elizabeth Stone, 14 Apr. 1700

Richard Bubb & Sarah Ingles, 5 May 1700

Richard Bert & Mary Welch, of Broadway, 9 May 1700

Henry Green, of Slaughter, & Anne Rousum, of Longbury, lic., 25 May 1700

William Gibbs & Elizabeth Gibbs, 6 Aug. 1700

Nathaniel Belcher & Anne Stephens, 28 Nov. 1700

John Poole & Joyce Aismore, 6 Jan. 1700

John Battersby w., St. Lawrence Evesham, & Leah Moore, 20 Feb. 1700

John Compton, of Little Hampton & Joan Cowling, of Little Risenton, lic., 24 Apr. 1701

Richard Smith & Mary Stephens, 30 Nov. 1701

Richard Bumpas, of Willersey & Elizabeth Porter, of Broadway, 28 June 1702

Edward Hopkins & Joan Keyte, of Willersey, 6 Oct. 1702

John Cockerill & Hannah Hopkins, 7 Dec. 1702

Robert Williams, of Broadway & Phoebe Cockerill, 19 Jan. 1702

Thomas Styles & Rachell [blank], p. of Murcot, 2 Feb. 1702

James Harrison & Mary Hale, of Chipping Campden, lic., 1 June 1703

Edward Grove & Sarah Adkins, of Willersey, 24 Oct. 1703

Cornelius Hunt, of Hinton, & Elizabeth Jones, of Willersey, 24 Oct. 1703

Thomas Wornington [sic], of Bidford, & Anne Comb, 3 Jan. 1703

Francis Godsoe & Mary Ganderton, of Stanton, lic., 23 July 1704

Philip Showel, of Evesham, & Hester Batte (?) of Willersey, lic., 5 Aug. 1704

John Yeate & Mary Aitkins, both of Chipping Campden, [blank]

Richard Roberts & Elizabeth Wimblett, p. of Mickleton, lic., 21 Feb. 1704

John Lewis, of Willersey, & Martha Evans, of Church Hunniborne, lic., 11 May 1704

Benjamin Dobbins & Mary Stephens, w., 29 Dec. 1707

John Thornbury, of Pinvin, & Alice Bumford, of Stow, 6 Dec. 1708

Thos. Bagley & Rebecca Parry, of Broadway, 26 Oct. 1712

Thomas Ward & Abigail Hunt, of Willersey, 3 Oct. 1713

Richard Keyte & Jonah Curtis, both of Westington, 27 Jan. 1714

Francis Field, of Pershore, & Jane Aishwin, of Willersey, lic., 20 Jan. 1714

[Entries missing till 1720.]

John Gibbs & Katherine Beard, 1 May 1720

Samuel Pitt, of Overbury & Mary Widdows, 10 July 1721

William Rork & Mary Bubb, 25 Mar. 1722

William Taplin, of Clifford Chambers, & Hannah Haynes, of Stratford-on-Avon, 25 Apr. 1723

William Stephens & Elizabeth Smith, 11 Aug. 1723

William Rees & Margaret Aldington, 29 Sept. 1723

Anthony Willis & Jane Harbidge, 3 Oct. 1723

John Redding, of Evesham & Mary Perrin, lic., 19 Nov. 1723

Edward --- (?), of Prestbury & Sarah Johnson, of Winchcombe, at Stanton, 4 Mar. 1723

Richard Reeves & Elizabeth Norman, of Sedgeborough, 25 May 1724

William Best, of Laverton & Martha Mallett, 14 Sept. 1724

John Timbrell, of Dumbleton, & Mary Cowles ?, 31 Oct. 1724

Thomas Steward & Elizabeth Stevens, at Stanton, lic., 30 Oct. 1725

Thomas Marshall, of Stanton, & Hannah Yeats, of Chipping Campden, lic., 19 May 1726

Robert Ingles, of Stanton, & Jane Perrin, lic., 30 May 1726

Isaac Roberts & Katherine Powell, lic., 18 Sept. 1726

John Winter & Anne Sheldon, of Stanton, lic., 3 Feb. 1726

James Loveday & Anne Smith, 16 July 1727

Francis Lock & Anne Reeve, 27 Oct. 1728

Jonathan Hains & Mary Lane, 7 Apr. 1729

Richard Smith & Elizabeth Lightfoot, lic., 15 Apr. 1729

John Ballenger & Sarah Williams, 22 Sept. 1729

Thomas Waram & Hannah Burrows, 9 Nov. 1729

Richard Reeve, of Haydon in Bodington, & Anne Drinkwater, of Witney Bridge, lic., 3 Feb. 1729

Edward Smith & Hannah Bubb, 30 Apr. 1730

Benjamin Simmons & Mary Pacey, lic., 23 Apr. 1730

Thomas Collins, of Longborough, & Sarah Shayler, of Snowshill, lic., 4 May 1730

Henry Smith & Elizabeth Reeve, 26 June 1730

William Hyett, of Mercoat, & Katherine Senering, of Alcoates, 14 Apr. 1731

Robert Warner & Sarah Perin, lic., 26 June 1731

John Bubb & Anne Hitch, 3 Feb. 1732

Edward Gibbs, of Broadway, & Mary Hawker, 14 May 1733

Richard Warkman, of Wolfords, & Elizabeth Hitch, 26 Dec. 1733

Francis Izod, & Sarah Churchman, 6 Oct. 1734

Joseph Skinner & Mary Stephens, 1 July 1735

Henry Collins, of Rouse Lench, & Sarah Stephens, lic., 12 Aug. 1735

Thomas Stanley, of Bretforton, & Anne Porter, 10 Sept. 1736

John Field, of Honiborne, & Rose Belcher, 2 Oct. 1736

William Phillips & Anne Steevens [sic], 3 Oct. 1738

John Burton & Elizabeth Knot, 10 Oct. 1738

Edward Hobbins, of Laverton, & Ann Peyton, w., 18 Feb. 1738

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

Childswickham Marriages 1675 to 1699

Henry Keare, of Cleeve Episcopi, & Alice Mallett, 15 Apr. 1675

Robert Shakell, of Honiborne, & Hanna Rowles, 19 Sept. 1675

Joseph Cormell, of Buckland, & Hannah Hopkins, 27 Nov. 1675

John Loveday, s. of John, & Moter, d. of John Nott, 4 Dec. 1675

Robert Spire & Ann Blizard, widow of William, 31 May 1676

John, s. of Richard Paine & Mary Wright, of Wormington, 10 Feb. 1676

Anthony Rowles & Elizabeth, widow of Anthony Dobbins, 27 Feb. 1676

Anthony Steephens [sic] & Elizabeth Hopkins, 27 Feb. 1676

William Compler & Anne, d. of William Hawker, 25 Apr. 1677

John Taylor, jun., & Elizabeth Shell, 24 Nov. 1678

Robert George & Mary Bromfield, of Willersey, 25 Nov. 1678

John Savage, gent., of Warwick, & Ann Murcot of Willersey, “p. me George Sandys, Rector of Willersey,” lic., 13 Feb. 1678

Thomas Bent & Margaret Wells, 6 Jan. 1678

Henry Nott & Mary Aldington, 20 Apr. 1679

Stephen Steephens & Hester Reeve, 6 July 1679

William Hitch & Elizabeth Merlinge, 22 July 1679

John Russehead, of Aldington, & Sara Baker, 2 Nov. 1679

Thomas Mallett & Ann Russell, 15 Feb. 1679

Richard Martin, of Gretton, & Mary James, of Weston Subedge, 5 Oct. 1680

William Roberts & Elnor Aldington, 7 Nov. 1680

Thomas, s. of William Ashwin, & Elizabeth Yonge, of Radford, in ye p. of Rouse Lench, 23 Nov. 1680

John Steephens, milner, & Sara, d. of Anthony Beard, 22 May 1680

William Jeffs, of Oddington, & Mary Mallett, w., 23 Oct. 1680

John Gibbs & Ann Crumpe, 21 Dec. 1680

Thomas Loveday, s. of John, & Mary Paine, w., 29 Apr. 1682

Anthony Hitch & Hannah Neal, 7 Nov. 1682

Frauncis Phygot & Martha Paine, 19 May 1683

Thomas Paine & Elizabeth Pardy, of Willersey, 28 June 1683

Radulf Steephens & Mary Warner, 12 Dec. 1683

Richard Baldwin, gent, of Ashton Underhill, & Mary Morrisse, of Bradforton, 24 Dec. 1684

Stephen Taylor & Mary Roper, of Broadway, 19 Jan. 1684

John Paine & Mary Shekell, of Willersey, 3 Mar. 1684

Thomas Smith & Mary Fisher, 25 July 1685

Josiah Bennet, of Barkwil in p. of Treddinton, & Hannah Roberts, 8 Oct. 1685

William Wheler & Sarah Pricket, of Broadway, 7 Apr. 1686

Thomas Holbrook, of Norton-cum-Lenchwick, & Mary Mallett, of Mearcott, at All Saints, Evesham, 3 May 1686

Richard Reeve & Elinor Taylor, of Saintbury, 25 Sept. 1686

Richard Lambert, of Burton super Aqua, & Mary Steephens, 5 Oct. 1686

Edward Bennett, of Winchcomb, & Mary Dobbins, 27 Dec. 1686

John Robbins & Albinia Tim, of Willersey, 27 Apr. 1687

John Wheeler & Margret Hues, 18 July 1687

Anthony Hitch & Dorcas Charlett, of Evesham, 24 July 1687

Henry Gold, of Laberton, & Mary Dante, 18 Dec. 1687

Benjamin Bishop, of Honiborne, & Ann Martin, of Pebworth, 23 Apr. 1689

Robert Sclatter, of Willersey, & Susanah Weston, of Charlton, 18 May 1689

Samuel Ballard, of Campden, & Elizabeth Willis, of Evesham, 17 Jan. 1689

Francis Dunne, of Stanton, & Elizabeth Aldington, 22 Jan. 1689

Francis Lowe, of St. Clements Lane, Westminster, & Martha Charlet, 30 Sept. 1690

Richard Bent & Elizabeth Baker, 19 Jan. 1690

John Steephens & Allice Smith, of Cleve Prior, 8 Feb. 1690

Edward Lightfoot & Grace Aldington, 3 Jan. 1691

Anthony Stanley, of Chipping Campden, & Elizabeth Roberts, 11 Apr. 1691

Joseph Yoale, of Bengeworth, & Martha Ingles, 31 July 1691

John Brandord, of North Piddle, & Ann Nott, 27 Dec. 1691

John Gilks, jun., & Ann Gibbs, 29 Jan. 1691

Mathew Allcock & Christian Crumpe, 29 Jan. 1691

James Taner, of Dumbleton, & Sarah, d. of Bevan Moore, 29 Mar. 1693

Edward Smith, of Cropthorn, & Susanna Beard, 17 Feb. 1693

William Dowdswell & Allicea Watten, of Buckland, 17 Sept. 1694

Bernard Dobbins, of Toddington, & Elizabeth Ingles, of Cow-honiborn, 1 Dec. 1694

Francis Porter & Ann Ingles, 1 Jan. 1694

Joseph Browne & “Jane de Child’s Wickham”, 29 Mar. 1695

John Wheeler & Jane Hopkins, 3 Jan. 1695

John Taneney, jun., of Broadway, & Mary, d. of Richard Cockerill, 28 May 1699

Isaacke Ballenger & Elizabeth Palmer, of Broadway, 4 Feb. 1699

Thomas Haines & Margaret Moore, of Broadway, 4 Feb. 1699

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

Poll Books

Childswickham Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

Childswickham Poll Book 1834

Below are the names of those that voted in the election of August 1834 between Christopher William Codrington, Esquire, and Charles Hanbury Tracy Leigh, Esquire.

Poll Book of the Election, August 1834 for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester.

Campden Polling District

Childswickham Parish

NameResidenceQualificationWhere Situate
Abdy JohnChildswickhamfreehold houseNew or Fur-street
Crump Edward CallowMurcott50l. renterMurcott
Davies WilliamMount Pleasant farm50l. renterMount Pleasant Farm
Fisher WilliamChildswickhamdittoChildswickham
Fisher WilliamBroadwayfreehold house &cditto
Gibbs William40 Church-street Tewkesburyhouse and landMurcott
Gibbs ThomasMurcottfreehold house &c.ditto
Phipps RichardChildswickhamdittoditto
Poltney EdwarddittodittoChildswickham
Price WilliamChipping Campdendittoditto
Roberts ThomasWhite Chappeldittoditto
Slatter RobertChildswickham50l. renterditto
Smith JohnMurcottdittoditto

Directories

Childs Wickham Morris Gloucestershire Directory 1876

Childs Wickham is a village and parish in Evesham union, containing, by the census of 1861, 440, and in 1871, 463 inhabitants, with 1821 acres of land; in the deanery of Campden, archdeaconry of Gloucester, diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, lower division of Rapsgate hundred, East Gloucestershire; 1 ½ mile north-west from Broadway, 5 south-east from Evesham, 26 north-east from Gloucester, and 92 from London. The vicarage, in the incumbency and patronage of the Rev. John Hartley, is valued at £270 per annum, with residence. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, consists of nave, north and south aisles, and tower surmounted by a spire and containing a peal of five bells. It has recently been rebuilt by the exertions of the present rector, the chancel being at the expense of William Atkinson, Esq., of Claremont, Southport, who is impropriator of the rectorial tithes, lord of the manor, and chief owner of the soil. There is a National School for children of both sexes. The rateable value of this parish is £3041.

Perrin Mrs. Catherine, Brixley villa

Trades and Professions

Bayzard Herbert, carpenter
Crump Martin, farmer and beer retailer
Crump Joseph, farmer
Davis Joseph, “Bridge” inn
James William, sexton
Jones William, surveyor and timber valuer
Kemp Joseph, blacksmith
Mansell Stephen, farmer, Murcot
Morris Crescens, miller
Newbury John, shopkeeper
Newman George, baker and shopkeeper
Powell H. and Sons, millers, Murcot
Roberts Miss Emma, National schoolmistress
Smith Edward, farmer
Smith William, farmer, Murcot
Wells Robert, farmer
White James, plasterer
Whitehead John, farmer, Mount Pleasant

Letters through Broadway, which is the nearest money order and telegraph office.

Carrier

Evesham – Newbury, Monday

Source: Morris & Co.’s Commercial Directory & Gazetteer of Gloucestershire with Bristol and Monmouth. Second Edition. Hounds Gate, Nottingham. 1876

Childs Wickham Gloucestershire Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1863

Childs Wickham is a village and parish, 6 miles from Evesham station on the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton line of railway, 1 mile and a half from Broadway, 26 miles from Gloucester, and 92 north-west from London, in the lower division of the hundred of Kiftsgate, rural deanery of Campden, archdeaconry of Gloucester, bishopric of Gloucester and Bristol, Evesham union and county court district. The church of St. Mary is a stone building, having a spire, nave, aisles, and 5 bells. The earliest register dates from 1552.

The living is a vicarage, of the yearly value of £270, with residence; the Rev. John Hartley is the vicar and patron of the living. A National school and teacher's house have recently been erected by subscription. The population in 1861 was 440; the acreage of the parish, including the hamlet of Murcot, is 1,821; the rateable value is £2,980. Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart., is lord of the manor and principal landed proprietor.

Bnyzand Herbert, carpenter

Belcher Joseph, blacksmith

Crump Martha (Mrs.), farmer, Murcot

Davis William, Bridge inn

King John Cornish, farmer, Mount Pleasant

Mansell Stephen, farmer, Murcot

Morris Crescens, miller

Perrin Catherine (Mrs.), farmer

Phipps Richard, farmer & beer retailer

Powell Charles, miller, Murcot

Roberts John, farmer

Rogers Jas. & Isaac, shopkeeprs. & bakers

Slatter James, farmer

Smith John, farmer, Murcot

Wells Robert, farmer

White James, plasterer &c

Whitehead John, farmer, Mount Pleasant

Wilkes Charles, shopkeeper

Letters through Broadway, which is the nearest money order office

Registrar of Births & Deaths & Relieving Officer, Thomas Smith, Broadway

Carrier to Evesham. — Newbury, monday

Source: Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire and the City of Bristol, Printed and Published by Kelly and Co., Old Boswell Court, St. Clement’s, Strand, London. 1863

Childs Wickham Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Childs Wickham is a township, village and parish, 6 miles from Evesham station, on the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton line of railway, 1 ½ from Broadway, 26 from Gloucester, and 92 north-west from London, in the lower division of the Hundred of Kiftsgate, bishopric of Gloucester and Bristol, and Evesham union. The living is a vicarage of the yearly value of £280, in the gift of the Rev. Thomas Marsden. The church is a stone building, having a spire, nave, aisles, and 5 bells. The Rev. Octavius Frere Owen is the present incumbent. The acreage contained in the parish, including the hamlet of Murcot is 1,821 acres, and the rateable value is £2,980. Sir Thomas Phillips, Bart., is lord of the manor. The population, in 1851, was 466.
Mount Pleasant is a farm.

Owen Rev. Octavius Frere, Vicarage
Belcher Joseph, blacksmith
Beyzand Herbert, carpenter
Callow Edward, farmer, Mount Plesnt. fm.
Crump Martha (Mrs.), farmer, Murcot
Davis William, beer retailer
Perrin Catherine (Mrs.), farmer
Phipps Richard, farmer
Powell Joseph, miller, Murcot
Roberts John, farmer
Rogers James, shopkeeper
Rogers James, miller
Slatter James, farmer
Smith Joseph, farmer, Murcot
Wells Robert, farmer

Letters are received through Broadway, which is also the nearest money order office.

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

Administration

  • County: Gloucestershire
  • Civil Registration District: Evesham
  • Probate Court: Court of the Peculiar of Child's Wickham
  • Diocese: Pre 1836 - Gloucester, Post 1835 - Gloucester and Bristol
  • Rural Deanery: Campden
  • Poor Law Union: Evesham
  • Hundred: Kiftsgate
  • Province: Canterbury
  • County Court District: Evesham