Guiting Power Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Guiting Power is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire.

Alternative names: Guyting Power, Lower Guyting, Lower Guiting.

Other places in the parish include: Farmcot, Guyting Grange, and Cartlet or Castlett are hamlets of this parish. There is a chapel of ease at Farmcot.

Chapelries: Farmcote

Parish church: St. Michael

Parish registers begin: 1560

Nonconformists include: Roman Catholic, Baptist.

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Historical Descriptions of Guiting Power

Guiting Power

THE IMPERIAL GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND & WALES 1870

GUYTING POWER, or LOWER GUYTING, a village and a parish in Winchcomb district, Gloucester. The village stands among the Cotswolds, 5½ miles ESE of Winchcomb, and 6 NW of Bourton-on-the-Water r. station; and has a post office, of the name of Lower Guyting, under Cheltenham. The parish includes also the hamlets of Guyting Grange and Cartlet. Acres, 3, 380. Real property, £3, 640. Pop., 647. Houses, 161. The property is divided among a few. The manor belongs to J. Walker, Esq. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. Value, £124. Patron, J. Walker, Esq. The church is Norman, in good condition; and consists of nave, aisles, and chancel, with a tower. There is a chapelry, with chapel of ease, at Farmcote. There are also a Baptist chapel, and charities £15.

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

THE PARLIAMENTARY GAZETTEER OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1851

Guyting Power, or Lower Guyting, a parish in the lower division of the hund. of Kiitsgate, union of Winchcombe, county of Gloucester; 5¼ miles south-east by east of Winchcombe. It includes the chapelry of Farmcote or Framcote. Living, a discharged vicarage with the curacy of Farmcote, formerly in the archd. and dio. of Gloucester, now in the archd. of Gloucester and dio. of Gloucester and Bristol; rated at £14 19s. 5d.; gross income £129. Patron, in 1835, J. Walker, Esq. Here are 4 daily schools. Charities, in 1821, upwards of £12 per annum. Poor rates, in 1838, £382. Acres 3,380. Houses 155. A. P. £2,208. Pop., in 1801, 430; in 1831, 792.

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

LEWIS TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND 1845

Guyting, Lower, or Guyting-Power (St. Michael), a parish, in the union of Winchcomb, Lower division of the hundred of Kiftsgate, E. division of the county of Gloucester, 6 miles (S. E. by E.) from Winchcomb; containing, with the chapelry of Farmcote, 672 inhabitants. The living is a discharged vicarage, valued in the King's books at £14. 19. 5.; net income, £124; patron and impropriator, J. Walker, Esq.: the tithes were commuted for land and a money payment in 1798. The church is in the Norman style. There is a chapel of ease at Farmcote.

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.

Farmcote

LEWIS TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLAND 1845

Farmcote, a chapelry, in the parish of Guyting-Power, union of Winchcomb, Lower division of the hundred of Kiftsgate, E. division of the county of Gloucester, 2¼ miles (E.) from Winchcomb; containing 32 inhabitants. It is said to have been formerly a distinct parish. The chapel is a very ancient structure.

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.

Parish Records

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Marriages at Guiting Power 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. – The earliest register of Guiting is a parchment book of 69 leaves bound in a flexible binding, but many of the binding stitches have given and most of the pages are loose, otherwise it is in very fair condition. It is a narrow book about 12 by 6 inches. It will be noticed that there are several gaps. The 2nd Volume is an ordinary official book of paper. The Marriages have been extracted by permission of the Rev. Dr. Green, Vicar, and the Churchwardens, by the Rev. J. H. Bloom, and are printed under his supervision.

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Guiting Power Marriages 1800 to 1812

Joseph Ussell, of Cirencester, & Elizabeth Maule, 4 June 1800

William Wood & Ann Boulton, 15 Nov. 1801

Joseph Sextie & Elizabeth Rone, 1 Mar. 1802

William Smith & Esther Hunt, 16 Mar. 1802

Richard Cook, of Hawling, & Elizabeth Williams, lic., 29 July 1802

John Clapton & Martha Mifflin, 10 Oct. 1802

Henry James, w., & Esther Baylis, 13 Oct. 1802

John Timbrell & Mary Belcher, lic., 15 Oct. 1802

Richard Ireland, of Sudeley, & Esther Etheridge, 26 May 1803

Edward Smith & Elizabeth Wood, 8 June 1803

James Hunt & Elizabeth Hammond, 20 June 1803

John Hitchman, of Northleach, & Hannah Hooper, 8 Sept. 1803

Michael Williams & Hannah Wood, 18 Oct. 1803

Thomas Stait & Hannah Williams, 23 May 1804

Anthony Corbet & Hannah James, 4 Aug. 1804

Richard Large & Rebecca Boulton, 27 Oct. 1804

Abraham Mealing, w., & Mary Sadler, 21 Feb. 1805

James Greening, of Winchcomb, & Sarah Lyne, at Farmcot, lic., 24 Apr. 1805

William Hunt & Amy Hayward, 13 May 1805

Joseph Chambers, of Cow Honiborne, & Elizabeth Etheridge, lic., 3 June 1805

Charles Reve & Phoebe James, 7 Oct. 1805

James Hobbs & Elizabeth Greening, 5 Dec. 1805

John Parker & Elizabeth Feerell, 13 Jan. 1806

Rev. Thomas Carpenter & Charlotte Fuller, at Farmcot, 14 July 1806

Augustine Greening & Elizabeth Wood, 28 July 1806

John Spurge & Sarah James, 12 Oct. 1806

William Ive & Honour Arkell, lic., 23 Oct. 1806

Thomas Robbins & Sarah Williams, 24 Oct. 1806

Nathaniel Townsend & Elizabeth Gamer, 26 Oct. 1806

Richard Baker & Ann Lyne, at Farmcot, 5 Nov. 1806

Charles Hammond & Ann Wood, 19 Jan. 1807

John Williams & Amelia Camden, 25 May 1807

George James & Martha Goodwin, 13 Oct. 1808

John Wallcroft & Ann Corbett, 31 Oct 1808

John Pill & Ann Wakefield, 20 Apr. 1807

Robert Rowlands, of Naunton, & Hannah State, lic., 30 July 1807

Thomas Loveseye & Louisa Trindar, 26 Jan. 1808

Richard Nash, of Addlestrop, & Sarah Williams, 26 May 1808

William Skillem, of Winchcomb, & Hester Bridges, lic., 11 Sept. 1809

Richard Perry, of Naunton, & Sarah Smell, 16 Oct. 1809

Thomas Leech, of Stanway, & Alice Dowdeswell, 26 Mar. 1810

Samuel Keen & Harriet Berry, 21 May 1810

Thomas Pearson & Mary Stait, 9 Aug. 1810

George Brown, of St. Andrew, Holborn & Elizabeth Clidero, 22 Nov. 1810

Robert Hunt & Ann Williams, 10 Jan. 1811

Richard Baylis & Rebecca Hart, 4 Aug. 1811

Henry James & Elizabeth Price, 12 Oct. 1811

Michael Harris & Hannah Robbins, 26 Nov. 1811

Samuel Holloway & Esther Hawkins, 26 Dec. 1811

Thomas Cummings & Mary Greening, 21 Dec. 1811

Thomas Green & Ann Williams, 18 Jan. 1812

David Jones & Sarah Smith, 2 Nov. 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.

Guiting Power Marriages 1775 to 1799

Henry James & Mary Young, 6 May 1775

William Powell & Mary Clapton, 24 Oct. 1775

Thomas Dowdswell & Elizabeth Hause, 6 Nov. 1775

John Harris & Sarah Thorndell, 10 Dec. 1775

William Bridgwater & Anne Bridgwater, 13 May 1776

William Thorndell & Joan Hunt, 11 June 1776

John Smith & Mary Cook, 21 July 1776

Samuel Etheridge & Elizabeth Hobie, lic., 25 Sep. 1776

John Boulter, of Naunton & Mary Maull, 14 Oct. 1776

Charles Start & Elizabeth Hayward, 15 Oct. 1776

Robert Hayward & Jane Gibbes, 15 Oct. 1776

George Herbert & Mary Maron, 27 Oct. 1776

Thomas belcher & Anne Dabney, 15 Nov. 1776

Richard Harris & Mary Horam, lic., 11 Aug. 1777

John Robbins & Betty Wood, 30 Aug. 1777

Thomas Baylis, of Naunton, & Mary Woodward, 5 Oct. 1777

Henry Philips, of Toddingham, & Mary Rone, 17 Nov. 1777

Richard Davis, of Halling, & Anne Sadler, 21 Dec. 1777

Edward Bridgewater & Mary Luckett, lic., 24 Dec. 1777

Robert Bilton, of Salperton, & Betty Mason, 20 Apr. 1778

William Peachey & Elizabeth Farmer, 5 Nov. 1778

Anthony Corbet & Sarah Belcher, 16 Nov. 1778

William James & Hannah Bennet, 5 Jan. 1779

Richard Camden & Mary Wood, lic., 26 June 1779

Thomas Clapton & Mary Etheridge, 29 May 1780

William Mossling & Ann Taylor, 5 Feb. 1781

Martin Buckle, of Hales, & Mary Baker, of Farmcot, 17 Apr. 1781

Richard Belcher & Phebe Parker, of Ashton-under-Hill, 23 June 1781

Henry Hemmings, of Whittington, & Sarah Hands, 14 Oct. 1781

Thomas Stanley & Mary Lyne, of Farmcot, lic., 3 Sept. 1782

Henry Berry & Elizabeth Lovesey, 13 Nov. 1782

Richard Lovesay, of Hatherope, & Betty Weaver, 30 July 1783

John Freeman & Ann Dowdeswell, 27 Jan. 1784

Thomas Robbins, of North Leach, & Elizabeth Jones, of Caslet, 24 Feb. 1784

Robert James & Martha Hill, 11 Dec. 1784

William Rowland, of Naunton, & Mary Hobes, 23 Feb. 1785

John Midwinter & Mary Thorndell, 28 Mar. 1785

John Cole & Mary Weaver, 21 July 1785

Richard Acock, of Norleach, & Hannah Thornhill, w., 6 Oct. 1785

Charles Rone, w., & Hannah Gillett, 24 Oct. 1785

John Greening & Ann Arkell, 8 Nov. 1785

William Baylis & Mary Robbins, 6 Dec. 1785

John Clark & Joyce Burford, 19 Feb. 1786

Thomas Greening & Ann Musto, 16 Apr. 1786

William Palmer & Elizabeth Sadler, 14 May 1786

Thomas Horde, of Stow, & Ann Spilsbury, 18 June 1787

James Kinzett, of Cornwell, co. Oxford, & Ann Clapton, 29 Oct. 1787

Henry Wood & Ann Bennett, 19 Nov. 1787

Samuel Taylor, w., & Sarah Care, 3 Dec. 1787

William Peachy, w., & Hannah Hitchman, 3 Dec. 1787

Jonathan Carter & Elizabeth Didcoat, lic., 31 Dec. 1787

John Gilson & Sarah Hammond, w., 10 July 1788

John Restall, of Naunton, & Ann Howes, 3 Aug. 1788

John Hawkins & Elizabeth Cole, of Bibury, 15 Sept. 1788

Joseph Lambert, of Teynton, co. Oxford & Hannah Hands, 10 Nov. 1788

Adam Mifflin & Hannah Tayler, 17 Nov. 1788

Edward Civil & Ann Hart, 26 Mar. 1789

John Gillet & Hannah Benchen, 10 Apr. 1789

William Lovesey & Elizabeth Taylor, 15 Aug. 1789

John Morris, of Didbrooke, & Ann Clapham, 15 Feb. 1790

John Combe, of Bradferton, & Ann Lane, 21 Jan. 1791

William East, of Temple Guiting, & Elizabeth Heuet, 23 Oct. 1791

George Moreley & Hannah Brownett, lic., 21 Feb. 1792

Charles Clappen, of Bourton, & Nelly Greening, 20 Aug. 1792

William Stephens & Mary Trinder, lic., 14 Nov. 1792

George Wood, of Temple Guiting, & Ann Jones, 27 May 1793

Thomas Perry, of Hawling, & Anne Belcher, at Farmcot, 24 Sept. 1793

William Burrows, of Naunton, & Sarah Perry, 14 Oct. 1793

Henry James, w., & Isabel Turner, 2 Dec. 1793

John Chisnell & Ann Manley, 16 June 1794

William Agg, of Naunton & Ann Baker, 13 Oct. 1794

Joseph Walker, of Grimley, & Ann Ashwin, lic., 31 May 1795

William Taylor & Sarah Lewis, 13 Dec. 1795

John Glede, of Compton, & Elizabeth Perry, lic., 7 Apr. 1796

William Guy & Hannah Burford, at Farmcot, 24 Nov. 1796

William Shillam, of Naunton, & Mary Wood, 28 Feb. 1797

John Hart & Mary Dowdeswell, 14 Sept. 1797

Robert Morse & Elizabeth Burford, 16 Oct. 1797

Richard Evans & Elizabeth Harris, 4 Dec. 1797

Nathaniel Mason & Ruth Wood, 13 Mar. 1798

Thomas Rickman & Elizabeth Care, 8 July 1798

Charles Smith & Elizabeth Dowdeswell, 29 July 1798

Richard Smith & Hannah Kruch, 13 Sept. 1798

John Humphreys & Sarah Hunt, 20 Sept. 1798

Robert Andrews & Mary Fry, 28 Nov. 1798

William Wood & Eleanor Jones, 22 Jan. 1799

John King, of Quenington, & Ann Etheridge, lic., 28 Jan. 1799

Thomas Yates & Hannah Taylor, 17 July 1799

Thomas Kilas, of Cleeve, & Elizabeth Smith, 7 Nov. 1799

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.

Guiting Power Marriages 1754 to 1774

Volume II.

John James & Elizabeth Jefferson, 20 May 1754

Thomas Gillet & Hannah Minett, of Temple Guiting, 15 Dec. 1754

Timothy Sadler & Mary Emes, 19 Dec. 1754

John Clapen & Mary Roan, 6 Feb. 1755

John Berry, of Naunton & Sarah Grey, 18 Aug. 1755

William Mosen, of Dowdeswell & Hannah Etheridge, lic., 22 Feb. 1756

John Hookam & Mary Townley, 1 Mar. 1756

John Johnson, of Temple Guiting & Jane Taylor, 8 July 1756

John Powell & Ann Coombs, [blank] 1756

William Williams & Sarah Dyde, 26 Sept. 1757

Richard Phillips, of Bishop’s Froom, co. Hereford & Ann Collins, lic., 3 Feb. 1759

Thomas Arkell, of Upper Slaughter & Mary Williams, lic., 23 Apr. 1759

Richard Williams & Mary Whoode, 21 May 1759

Charles Roan & Mary White, 21 Oct. 1759

John Pricket, of Chesterton & Sarah Morgan, lic., 18 Dec. 1759

Joseph Page & Hannah Griffin, 25 May 1760

William Turner & Mary James, 28 Oct/ 1760

William Durham, of Winchcomb & Elizabeth Corps, lic., 16 June 1761

John Clerke, of Yarnworthe & Joyce Blackwell, lic., 26 Sept. 1761

Stephen Menley, of Naunton & Hannah James, 12 Oct. 1761

William Surch & Ann Turner, 12 Oct. 1761

Daniel Taylor & Elizabeth Vernon, lic., 9 Oct. 1762

Thomas Can, of Shireborn & Ann James, 22 Feb. 1763

William Gegg, of Sudeley & Judith Hunt, 18 Oct. 1763

William Hunt & Elizabeth Rone, 1 Nov. 1763

Harry Hayward & Mary Freeman, 26 Nov. 1763

William Corbett & Mary Thorndell, 13 Oct. 1768 [sic]

Thomas Crook, of Whittingdon & Elizabeth Etheridge, 19 May 1764

Richard Wurvill, of Naunton & Hannah Turner, 28 July 1764

John Wood & Margaret Bellew, 1 Oct. 1764

William Etheridge & Ann Robbins, 10 Oct. 1764

John Humphries & Alice Cooke, 31 Jan. 1765

George Lawrence, of Hailes & Leanna Trueman, lic., 8 Sept. 1765

William Cooper & Sarah Green, 17 Apr. 1765

William Johnsons, of Stretton & Mary Hayward, 10 Oct. 1765

John Painter, of Witherington & Mary Musler, 5 Nov. 1765

Thomas Harding & Elizabeth Lampsey, 6 Nov. 1765

William Davis & Ann Roen, 11 Nov. 1765

Robert Battell, of Quennington & Ann Charlwood, 30 Mar. 1766

Joseph Harvey & Elizabeth Buller, 23 Feb. 1767

Harry Burford & Elizabeth Sandford, 25 May 1767

John Wood & Hannah Greening, 21 Apr. 1768

Timothy Sadler & Elizabeth Day, 26 Dec. 1769

William Williams & Hannah Hayward, lic., 19 Feb. 1770

John Hunt & Elizabeth Hunt, 22 May 1770

Thomas Newman, of Halling, w., & Leana Lawrence, w., 19 Aug. 1770

John Trindar & Elizabeth Hunt, 3 Dec. 1770

Gilbert Hammond & Sarah Wood, lic., 12 Feb. 1770

William Smith & Betty Pittaway, 5 May 1771

Stephen Robins, of Longborough & Sarah Gillett, of Naunton, 12 May 1771

William Arkell & Hannah Walker, lic., 19 May 1771

John Stollard & Martha Gillett, 21 May 1771

Richard Hawks, of Stanway & Elizabeth Cook, 13 Dec. 1771

John Stowes & Anne Wood, 22 Apr. 1772

John Berry & Dinah Powell, 18 May 1772

William Peachey & Sarah Buller, 8 June 1772

Henry Hart & Ann Blizzard, 11 Oct. 1772

Robert Milling, of Hawling & Elizabeth Ruck, 24 Oct. 1772

William Perry & Elizabeth Williams, 2 Nov. 1772

Thomas Greening & Mary Sadler, lic., 12 Apr. 1773

Thomas Sandales & Mary Hathaway, 31 May 1773

Richard Williams & Mary Spencer, 16 June 1773

Joseph Hughes & Anne Callow, 15 Nov. 1773

Jonathan Miles & Mary Bennett, 9 Sept. 1774

Richard Turner & Betty Sadler, 9 Sept. 1774

William Hamlet & Betty Chambers, 7 Oct. 1774

Francis James, of Cold Aston & Betty Cotes, 7 Oct. 1774

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.

Guiting Power Marriages 1725 to 1756

Robert Wakefield & Elizabeth Cooke, both of Broadway, 2 Oct. 1725

John Townley, of Pinnocke, & Elizabeth Green, 26 Dec. 1726

Charles Rune & Elizabeth Hunt, 29 Jan. 1726

William Williams & Elizabeth Baylis, 27 July 1726

Simon Burton, of New College, Oxford, & Ann Maria Swell, w., 23 Apr. 1728

Thomas Huntley, of Adlestrop, & Elizabeth Williams, 26 Apr. 1728

Edmund Chamberlayne, jun., w., of Maugersbury in Stow, & Elizabeth Atkins, of Lower Swell, 3 Sept. 1728

Thomas Morris, of Upper Guiting, & Ann Jenkins, 23 Oct. 1728

Abel Clifford & Betty Ward, both of Stow, 31 Jan. 1728

John Ussel, of Prestbury, & Hannah Freeman, 7 Apr. 1729

Giles Kilby & Elizabeth Blackwell, both of Campden, 27 Oct. 1729

Edward Hale, of Broadway, & Katherine Lock, 24 Feb. 1729

William Williams & Margaret Phillips, 12 Sept. 1731

John Turner, of Pinnocke, & Hannah Greening, 27 Sept. 1731

Giles Midwinter & Ann Turner, jun., of Fox Hall, 10 Nov. 1731

Henry Combe, jun., & Mary Wood, w., 21 Feb. 1731

Thomas Williams & Ann Humphreys, 26 Apr. 1731

John Turner & Elizabeth Buckingham, 8 Nov. 1731

Richard Figgit, of Snowshill, & Mary Williams, 1 Aug. 1732

James Essicks & Hannah Wood, 10 Sept. 1732

Richard Stolard & Joan Wats, both of Farmcot, 8 Oct. 1732

John Trueman & Frances Shepard, 12 Oct. 1733

Richard Turner & Ann Jones, 29 July 1733

John Green & Sarah Freeman, 12 Nov. 1733

William Heyward & Hester Freeman, 26 Dec. 1733

Thomas Bullon & Mary Taylor, 30 Dec. 1733

Emanuel Freeman & Elizabeth Pleaden, of Broad Campden, 27 Dec. 1733

William Hunt & Margaret Cole, 20 Oct. 1734

John Wood & Joyce Blackwell, 2 Feb. 1735

Joseph Musler & Sarah Hathaway, 22 Feb. 1735

William James & Ann Stanley, 28 Mar. 1735

James Boucher & Sarah Williams, 13 Dec. 1736

Francis Turner & Elizabeth Ward, 9 May 1737

Mr. John Holland, of Mickleton, & Mrs. Emlin Hughes, lic., 21 Aug. 1737

Edward Wood & Mary Freeman, 4 Sept. 1737

John Cledon & Hester Smith, of Moreton-in-Marsh, lic., 10 Oct. 1737

Thomas Vernon, Esq., of Gloucester, & Mrs. Eleanor Hughes, of Castlett, lic., 14 Aug. 1739

John Allen, of Winchcombe, & Jane Roberts, 26 Dec. 1739

Joseph Tisoe & Ann Humphris, of Broadway, 20 Apr. 1740

John Ryle & Mary Giles, 1 Feb. 1740

Robert Wallis, of Toddington & Ann Sexty, of Hailes, lic., 19 July 1741

Richard Robbins & Ann Harris, 14 Sept. 1741

John Lane & Mary Skullars, both of Farmcot, 2 Oct. 1741

Thomas Moyle & Mary Vaughan, both of Farmcot, 10 Oct. 1741

The Rev. Mr. John Reynolds, rector of Aston Somervile & Joyce Windo, of Farmcot, (at Farmcot Chapel), 27 Nov. 1742

Joseph Thorndill, jun. & Sarah Russell, 1 May 1743

Robert Dabney & Mary Roger, 26 Oct. 1743

Thomas Hicks, of Naunton & Arrabella Jones, 2 Jan. 1743

William James & Ann Taylor, 23 Jan. 1743

Richard Belcher & Mary Sparrow, 27 Nov. 1744

John Alcock & Martha Parker, 4 Apr. 1744

Richard Turner & Elizabeth Hanley, 19 Apr. 1744

John Williams & Elizabeth Ester, 13 Aug. 1744

Richard Bennett & Sarah Thorndill, 29 Sept. 1744

Henry Weaver & Jane Thorndill, 9 Oct. 1745

John Fletcher, of Broadwell & Ann Guy, of Tuddington, lic., (at Farmcot), 24 Jan. 1745

Joseph Hands & Elizabeth Freeman, 9 Feb. 1745

Thomas Brassington, of Withington & Ann Hobs, of Charlton Abbots (at Farmcot), 28 Feb. 1745

Hugh Anzell ? & Anne Hathaway, 3 May 1747

James Herbert, of Toddington & Margaret Hoskins, of Coscomb, lic., (at Farmcot), 1 June 1747

William Dyer, of Gotherington & Mary Hinks, of Stanway, lic., (at Farmcot), 24 June 1747

James Sadler & Hannah Gillet, 20 July 1747

Richard & Elizabeth Williams [sic], 15 Oct. 1747

William Thorndell & Ann Dorman, 4 Oct. 1748

Nathaniel Mason & Anne Williams, 29 Mar. 1752

George Bennett & Mary Gillett, 10 Feb. 1754

Robert Hayward & Sarah Jefferson, 25 Feb. 1754

John Bury, of Naunton & Sarah Grey, 13 Aug. 1755

William Mosen, of Dowdeswell & Hannah Etheridge, lic., 22 Feb. 1756

John Hookham, of Stow & Mary Townley, [blank]

John Johns, of Temple Guiting & Jane Taylor, 28 July 1756

Joseph Langton, esq., of Neston Park, co. Somerset & Charlott Bathurst, of St. James, Bath, lic., 9 Aug. 1756

John Porch & Ann Comb, lic., 17 Oct. 1756

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.

Guiting Power Marriages 1700 to 1724

John Reeve & Ann James, 28 Apr. 1700

Robert Burford & Joyce Rouse, 29 Apr. 1700

John Turner, of Castlett & Elizabeth Thorndell, 1 Jan. 1700

John Taylour & Margaret Coombe, 26 May 1702

Thomas Jones & Margaret Lamley, 14 Sept. 1702

Thomas Elderidge & Elizabeth Hamptons, 26 Dec. 1702

Edward Denby & Mary Hayward, 8 May 1703

Penyston Hastings, clerke, & Priscilla Gardner, 1 Jan. 1703

Richard Turner & Ann Shepherd, 13 Feb. 1703

James Beale & Sarah Maywell, 24 Feb. 1703

Henry Hayward & Hannah Humphries, of Upper Swell, 11 June 1704

Edward Figgit & Rebecca Steward, 12 Dec. 1704

Richard Maule & Margaret Bicke, 13 Jan. 1704

George Williams & Ann Williams, of Church Stanway, 14 Feb. 1704

Richard Parker & Mary Slicer, 16 Apr. 1705

Thomas Combe & Elizabeth Colchester, 17 Apr. 1705

John Harrison & Mary Blaby, 26 Apr. 1705

James Fisher & Elizabeth Bartlet, 21 June 1705

Thomas Edgerton & Ann Wood, 5 Oct. 1705

Anthony Bird & Anne Thorndell, 15 Jan. 1705

Edward Smith & Elizabeth Alsopp, 27 July 1706

James Woolams & Elizabeth Thorndell, 3 Nov. 1706

Thomas Merriman & Elizabeth Russell, both of Stow, 26 Nov. 1707

Benjamin Charlewood & Hannah King, 11 Oct. 1707

John Turner, of Harington & Johanah Williams, 20 Apr. 1708

Isaac Snow & Hannah Hinde, 13 Oct. 1708

John Dark, of Didbrook, & Elizabeth Reeve, of Staunton, 12 June 1709

Thomas Smith & Mary Spencer, both of Winchecombe, 13 July 1709

John Freeman & Margery Russel, 17 July 1709

William Baylis & Elizabeth Compton, 2 Dec. 1709

Richard Humphres & Hannah Wood, 2 Sept. 1710

Thomas Wood & Sarah Fox, 8 Apr. 1711

Thomas Beale, of Hide Farm, jun., & Jane Bidle, of Winchcombe, w., 1 Nov. 1711

William Sextie & Francis Woolams, of Farmcot, 1 July 1712

Henry Freeman, of North Cerney, & Hannah Hanks, 10 Nov. 1712

Thomas Brooks, of Stanway, & Jane Stanley, of Snowshill, lic., 29 Mar. 1713

John James & Elizabeth James, 28 June 1713

Robert Berry & Dorothy Evans, 2 Aug. 1713

John Humphreys & Mary Wood, of Barton, lic., 3 Aug. 1714

John Freeman & Elizabeth Laughton, of Naunton, 3 Oct. 1714

William Belcher & Elizabeth Frances, 15 Oct. 1714

Francis Ingram, of Hampnet, & Mary Shepherd, 24 Oct. 1714

Richard Kirby, of Barton, & Sarah Hewson, 6 Oct. 1714

Philip Wood, of Shipston, & Mary Cook, 29 Nov. 1714

William Thornhill & Margaret Come, w., lic., 17 Jan. 1714

Richard Thornhill & Elizabeth Greening, 10 Dec. 1714

John Crook, of Chedworth, & Sarah James, 13 Oct. 1715

Thomas Cull of Bradforton, & Alice Powell, 16 Oct. 1715

Richard Maul & Anne Burson, 4 Nov. 1715

John Cook & Elizabeth Woolams, 9 [blank]

Rafe Winslow, w., of Morton-in-Marsh, & Diana Cox, of Ebrington, [blank]

Joseph Archil, of Shipton Olyffe, & Sara Cook, of Castlade, 2 Apr. 1716

John Roberts, w., of Amptney St. Peter, & Elizabeth Harris, of Heyling, 14 Apr. 1716

William Cummins, of Duffield, clerk, & Abigail Frogmore, of Amptney Crucis, 12 June 1716

Charles Taylor, of Campden, w., & Ann Humphreys, 20 Sept. 1716

John Allcock, of Farmcot, & Dorothy Mason, of Aston, 1 Oct. 1716

William Coombe & Jane Wooloff, alias Bennett, 23 Oct. 1716

Anthony Sadler & Anne Blackwell, w., 15 Nov. 1716

Nathaniel Bartlett, w., of Withington, & Mary James, 5 Feb. 1716

Edward Comb & Priscilla Jefferson, 12 Feb. 1716

John Holder, w., of St. Michael, Gloucester, & Anne Taylor, 22 Mar. 1716

John Wilkins, of Tuddington [sic], & Sara Daune, of Greet, 5 June 1717

Charles Bishop & Alice Blackwell, 29 June 1717

Joseph Lardner & Sarah Izod, 1 July 1717

Thomas Porter & Mary Freeman, 19 Jan. 1717

Thomas Grey & Sarah Coldgrove, 29 Mar. 1718

Joseph Burford & Mary Palmer, 15 Jun. 1718

John Hunt & Hannah Perrot, 30 July 1718

Joseph Thorndel & Mary Ball, 7 Oct. 1718

John Batman & Margaret Wood, 7 Oct. 1718

Joseph More & Elizabeth Smith, 10 Nov. 1718

Mathew Thomas, of Farmcot, & Elizabeth Horn, 5 May 1719

Thomas Oakley & Ann Bunting, 27 Oct. 1719

William Wood & Mary Rickets, 31 Dec. 1719

Thomas Humphreys, of Turk Dean, & Mary Humphrey, of Naunton, 3 Jan. 1719

William Hathaway & [blank] Roberts, of Notgrove, 2 May 1720

Samuel Cormel & Mary Winter, of Staunton, 18 Apr. 1720

John Cleydon & Sara Wels, of Campden, 7 June 1720

Henry Cave, & Ann Arundel, both of Stow, 6 Sept. 1720

James Ely & Ann Granger, both of Charlton Abbots, 3 Oct. 1720

Richard Atwood, of Prescot, & Esther Wood, of Sevenhampton, 18 Jan. 1720

John French, of Naunton, & Elizabeth Skeeler, of Winchcombe, 21 Feb. 1720

James Hughes & Mary Chadburn, of Farmcot, 7 July 1721

John Hall, of Charlton, & Mary Wright, of Winchcomb, 26 June 1721

John Phipps, of Farmcot, & Sarah Mills, of Dunsborne, 11 Jan. 1722

Thomas Guillet & Hannah Bryan, 18 Oct. 1722

Thomas Martin & Mary Handy, 15 June 1724

Richard Eden & Mary Pleydin, 26 July 1724

Thomas Preston & Mary Jones, 24 Oct. 1724

Thomas Skinner & Rachel Beal, 22 Nov. 1724

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.

Directories

Lower Guiting Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1863

Guiting (or Guyting) Lower, is a parish and village, 93 miles by road and 98 by rail west-north-west from London, 6¼ miles south-east from Winchcomb, 11 east from Cheltenham, 7 west from Stow-on-the-Wold, and 9 west from Adlestrop station on the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton railway, in the lower division of Kiftsgate hundred, Winchcomb union and county court district, East Gloucestershire, rural deanery of Stow, Gloucester archdeaconry, and diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. The church of St. Michael is an ancient stone building in the Norman style, and consists of nave, tower and chancel, and north and south aisles.

The living is a vicarage, with Farmcot, a curacy, value £150 yearly, with residence, in the gift of James Walker, Esq.; the Rev. Michael Thomas Dupre, M.A.. of Lincoln College, Oxford, is the vicar. There is a Free school for boys and girls. Guiting Grange, in this parish, is the seat of John Wadingham, Esq., J. P. The population in 1861 was 647; the acreage is 3,380. The soil is stone brash. James Walker, Esq. (who is lord of the manor), John Wadingham, Esq., J. P., and Richard Walker, are chief landowners. There are a few small charities. The Baptists have a chapel here.

Farmcot, Guyting Grange, and Cartlet or Castlett are hamlets of this parish. There is a chapel of case at Farmcot.

Parish Clerk, Michael Harris.

Dupre Rev. Michael Thomas, M.A

Wadingham John, esq. J.P. The Grange

COMMERCIAL.

Allen John, beer retailer, Fox hill

Ashwin Henry Walker, farmer

Baker Thomas, farmer, Castlett farm

Baker William, miller, Wood mill

Bisp Frederick, tailor

Clark John, farmer

Collett George, butcher

Combey Hubert, farmer, Westfield farm

Evans William, Farmers' Arms

Hammond Charles, tailor

Hammond Thomas, shoemaker

Harris Michael, carpenter

Hignell John, miller, Castlett mill

Hunt John, carrier

Isherwood Robert, inland revenue officer

Meadows John, blacksmith

Munford Elijah, New Bell

Walker James, farmer, Guiting villa

West Edmund, wheelwright

Letters through Winchcomb, which is the nearest money order office

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.

Guiting Power Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Guiting (or Guyting) Power, or Lower Guyting, is a township, parish and large village, 5 miles south-east from Winchcomb, 11 north-north-east from Cheltenham, 7 south-west from Stow-on-the-Wold, 10 from Addlestrop station on the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton railway, in Upper Slaughter Hundred, Winchcomb Union, and East Gloucestershire, Gloucester archdeaconry and bishopric.  The church is an ancient stone building, in the Norman style, and consists of nave, tower and chancel, and north and south aisles; the living is a vicarage, worth £150 yearly, with residence, in the gift of Mr. James Walker; the Rev. John Dolphin, M.A., is the incumbent, and the Rev. Otto Ball, B.A., is the curate.

There is a chapel for Baptists; there is a day school for boys and girls.  Guiting Grange, in this parish, is the seat of John Wadingham, Esq.  The population, in 1851, was 690, and the acreage is 3,380.  The soil is stone brash.  Mr. James Walker is lord of the manor, and with John Wadingham, Esq., and Richard Walker, are chief landowners.  There are a few small charities.

This township includes the hamlets of Farmcot, Guyting Grange, and Cartlet or Castlett.  Foxhill, Woodmill, and Westfield, are places here.

Gentry
Ball Rev. Otto, B.A. (curate)
Wadingham John, esq. The Grange

Traders
Allen John, beer retailer, Fox hill
Ashwin Henry Walker, farmer
Baker Thomas, farmer, Castlett farm
Baker William, miller, Wood mill
Bargery Charles, inland revenue officer
Bisp Frederick, tailor & draper
Clark John, ‘New Bell’
Collett George, butcher
Collett John, grocer & baker
Cook Michael, slater & plasterer
Evan William, ‘Farmers’ Arms’
Fry William, machine & drill maker
Hammond Charles, tailor, & agent to Farmers’ & General fire & life insurance office
Hammond Thomas, boot & shoe maker, & postmaster
Harris Michael, carpenter & parish clrk
Hignell John, miller, Castlett mill
Hunt John, carrier
Kear Keziah (Mrs.), beer retailer
King George, machine maker
Meadows John, blacksmith
Phillips John, blacksmith
Robbins Edward, boot & shoe maker
Sedgley Henry, saddler
Smith Samuel, surgeon
Walker James, farmer, Manor farm
West Edmund, wheelwright
White Henry, grocer & draper
Wood William, farmer, Westfield farm

Letters received through Winchcomb, 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.

Newspapers

The following newspapers cover the Guiting Power area.

Gloucestershire Newspapers

Cheltenham Chronicle (The British Newspaper Archive)

Cheltenham Examiner (The British Newspaper Archive)

Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette (The British Newspaper Archive)

Cheltenham Looker-On (The British Newspaper Archive)

Cheltenham Mercury (The British Newspaper Archive)

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser (The British Newspaper Archive)

Gloucester Citizen (The British Newspaper Archive)

Gloucester Journal (The British Newspaper Archive)

Gloucestershire Chronicle (The British Newspaper Archive)

Gloucestershire Echo (The British Newspaper Archive)

Stroud Journal (The British Newspaper Archive)

Stroud News and Gloucestershire Advertiser (The British Newspaper Archive)

Tewkesbury Register, and Agricultural Gazette., The (The British Newspaper Archive)

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard (The British Newspaper Archive)

Research Guide: Historical Research Using British Newspapers by Denise Bates

Administration

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