Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Moreton in Marsh is a chapelry of Bourton on the Hill Ancient Parish in Gloucestershire.

Alternative names: Moreton-in-the-Marsh

Parish church: St. David

Parish registers begin: 1643

Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational

Parishes adjacent to Moreton-in-Marsh

Parish History

The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870

MORETON-IN-THE-MARSH, a small town and a parish in the district of Shipston-on-Stour and county of Gloucester. The town stands on the Fosse way and on the West Midland railway, near the meeting-point of the counties of Gloucester, Oxford, Warwick, and Worcester, 7 miles SW by S of Shipston-on-Stour; consists chiefly of one street; has, within the last few years, been considerably improved; publishes a weekly newspaper; and has a head post office, a railway station with telegraph, two banking offices, two chief inns, a police station, a public reading room, a church, an Independent chapel, and national and British schools. The church is ancient; was restored in 1861, at a cost of £2,000; and consists of nave, aisles, and chancel, with tower and lofty spire. The Independent chapel is a handsome edifice. A weekly market is held on Tuesday; cattle fairs are held on the second Tuesday of every month; cheese fairs are held on the second Tuesday of April, Aug., and Oct.; and there are two linen manufactories. The parish comprises 900 acres. Real property, £5,090; of which £80 are in gasworks. Pop. in 1851, 1,512; in 1861, 1,420. Houses, 302. The manor was given; at the Norman conquest, to Westminster abbey. The living is a p. curacy, annexed to the rectory of Bourton-on-the-Hill, in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol.

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

A Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland 1833

Moreton-in-the-Marsh, co. Gloucester.

London 80 m. WNW. Pop. 1015. M. D. Tues. Fairs, April 5; and Nov. 1, small fair, for cattle.

A disused market-town and parish in the upper division of the hundred of Westminster, situated on the Roman Fossway. The poorer classes of the inhabitants are chiefly employed in spinning linen-yarn for different purposes. In the middle of the village is an ancient building, supported on pillars, which is said to have been the market-house. The living is a curacy subordinate to the rectory of Bourton-on-the-Hill, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Gloucester, not in charge; church ded. to St. David; patronage with Bourton rectory.

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

Poll Books

Moreton-in-Marsh Poll Book 1834 - Google Books

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.

Phipps George, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, victualler, Nov. 20, 1827.

Shirley John, Moreton in the Marsh, Gloucestershire, baker, Feb. 9, 1822.

Shirley William, Moreton in the Marsh, Gloucestershire, builder, July 5, 1833.

The London Gazette

WHEREAS a Petition of John Howlett at present and for about twelve months last past at lodgings on Mill-hill in the parish of Newmarket Saint Mary in the county of Suffolk previously for about two months lodging at the Harp Tavern Jermyn street Saint James's London previously for about two months lodging at the Swan Inn Moreton in the Marsh Gloucestershire before that and for about eight months lodging at the Harp Tavern aforesaid before that for two years and upwards residing in the parish of Exning adjoining Newmarket Saint Mary aforesaid and previously for about eighteen months residing on Mill-hill Newmarket Saint Mary aforesaid and for about three weeks in the year 1848 staying at the White Hart Stockbridge Hampshire Jockey an insolvent debtor having been filed in the County Court of Cambridgeshire at the Kingston room Newmarket and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said John Howlett under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided the said John Howlett is hereby required to appear before the Judge of the said court on the 13th day of March next at one in the afternoon 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 John Howlett or that have any of his effects are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr Thomas John Barstow Clerk of the said Court at his office in High street Newmarket the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent. - The London Gazette 1851

In the Matter of the Petition of John Howlett at present and for about twelve months last past at lodgings on Mill-hill in the parish of Newmarket Saint Mary in the county of Suffolk previously for about two months lodging at the Harp Tavern Jermyn street Saint James's London previously for about two months lodging at the Swan Inn Moreton in the Marsh Gloucestershire before that and for about eight months lodging at the Harp Tavern aforesaid before that for two years and upwards residing in the parish of Exning adjoining Newmarket Saint Mary aforesaid and previously for about eighteen months residing on Mill-hill Newmarket Saint Mary aforesaid and for about three weeks in the year 1848 staying at the White Hart Stockbridge Hampshire Jockey NOTICE is hereby given that John Collier Esq the Judge of the County Court of Cambridgeshire at the Kingston room Newmarket acting in the matter this Petition will proceed to make a Final Order thereon at the said Court on the 15th day of April next at ten o clock in the forenoon precisely unless cause be then and there shewn to the contrary. - The London Gazette 1851

Directories

Moreton-in-the-Marsh Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Moreton-in-the-Marsh is a township and small market town and railway station on the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton railway, 5 miles from Campden, 6 from Shipston-on-Stour, 16 from Stratford-on-Avon, 29 from Gloucester, and 82 north-west from London, in the upper division of the Hundred of Westminster, and bishopric of Gloucester and Bristol, Shipston-on-Stour union. The living is a Rectory (with Bourton-on-the-Hill), of the value of £700 yearly, in the gift of the Rt. Hon. Lord Redesdale. The church is a stone building, having a tower, aisles, and 5 bells. The Rev. Robt. Jarratt is the incumbent, and the Rev. Henry Mellish Stowers is curate. There are fairs for the sale of cattle held on the second Tuesday in every month, and for the sale of cheese an the second Tuesday in April, August and October. The market day is on Tuesday. There is a linen manufactory. The acreage contained in the parish is 959 acres, and the rateable value is £3,204. The Rt. Hon. Lord Redesdale is lord of the manor. The population in 1851, was 1,512. Here are a reading-room, a Philharmonic Society, and two cricket clubs.

Beman Mrs.
Busby Henry Goodyear, esq
Commeline Thomas, esq
Hemming Mrs. Jane
Jenning Mrs.
Keitley Mrs.
Moore George, esq
Prosser Mr. William Henry
Roberts William Frederick, esq
Russell Mrs.
Shirley John, esq
Stone Mrs.
Stowers Rev. Henry Mellish, (curate)
Tilsley Edwin, esq

Traders.
Allday Richard, cattle dealer
Baker Edward, master of British school
Beman Robert, farmer, corn factor & coal merchant
Bennett Edwin, beer retailer
Betteridge William, baker
Booth Frederick, plumber & painter
Cambray Jane (Mrs), ‘White Lion’
Churchill Joseph, basket maker
Churchill Samuel, saddler & harness ma
Clayton John, blacksmith
Drury Sarah (Mrs.), butcher
Drury William John, ‘Bell’
Dyer John, blacksmith
Dyer Thomas, blacksmith
Epps Edward, linen cloth manufacturer
Field Richard, corn factor
Fletcher Thomas, carpenter
Foster Richard, saddler & harness ma
Fox Richard, ironmonger
Gardner John, grocer
Gloucester Banking Co. (branch), Thomas Commeline, manager
Gore Charles, plumber & glazier
Gray George Herbert, upholsterer
Harris John, baker
Hobbs John, plasterer
Hodgetts Benjamin, ropemaker
Hollier William, grocer & butcher
Hood Charles Yeld, railway station mastr
Horne Thomas & Son, grocers & spirit merchants
Howse Thomas, parcel office for the Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton railway
Jones George, beer retailer
Keen William, slater & plasterer
Kenward Henry, tailor
King Robert, ‘White Hart’
Knibbs William, slater & plasterer
Lamb Thomas, shoemaker
Lardner Elizabeth (Mrs.), stationer & postmistress
Long Henry, master of National school
Moore George, surgeon
Newman James, ‘Black Bear’
Norton & Sankey, linen drapers
Norton Alfred, stamp office
Payne Alexander, pianoforte tuner
Payne George, beer retailer
Payne Miss, mistress of National school
Payne Thomas, cooper
Perkins Thomas, chemist, & agent to the Norwich Union fire & life office
Peach Joseph, shoemaker
Phipps Charles, beer retailer
Postlethwaite, Parsons & Castle, linendrapers
Roberts William Frederick, surgeon
Shepherd Thomas, Wheelwright
Shirley Ann (Mrs.), Berlin repository
Simms Charles, shoemaker
Simmons George, grocer
Slatter Emanuel, ‘White Swan’, & maltster
Stourbridge & Kidderminster (Branch) Bank, Edwin Tilsley, manager
Taylor & Co. coal merchants, Railway whf
Taylor Charles, shoemaker
Taylor Joseph, shopkeeper
Tilsley Edwin, solicitor, & clerk to Shipston Union & superintendent registrar for Shipston district, & agent to Law Union fire & life office
Tombs Edward, China & glass dealer
Walker Robert, beer retailer
Warner John Smith, watchmaker
Webb John, basket maker
Wells George, ‘Unicorn’
Wells Henry, ‘Crown’
Wells John, maltster & farmer
Wheatley William Kenedy, shoemaker
Wheeler David, saddler & harness mkr
White phoebe (Mrs.), mistress of infants’ school
Whitford Elizabeth (Mrs.), chemist
Wiles Harold, solicitor, & agent to the Beacon fire & life office
Wood Edwin, hairdresser
Wright Charles, clerk to the corn mrkt

Post Office. – Mrs. Elizabeth Lardner, postmistress. Letters are delivered from the South at 8 a.m., and from the north at ½ past 8 a.m.; dispatched at 40 min. past 4 p.m. for the north, and ¼ past 8 p.m. for the South. Money orders are granted from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Banks:-
Stourbridge & Kidderminster (Branch), open from 10 to 4; Edwin Tilsley, manager
Gloucestershire Banking Company (Branch), open from 9 to 3; Thomas Commeline, manager
Insurance Agents: -
Beacon Life & Fire, Harold Wiles
British Empire Mutual, Thomas Horne, jun.
County Hail, Oswald Wheatcroft
Law Union Life & Fire, Edwin Tilsley
Norwich Union Life & Fire, Thomas Perkins
Public Establishments: -
Inland Revenue Office, at the Union inn; Thomas Leeman, supervisor
Gas Works, Charles Wright, secretary
Police Station, William Hanbidge, superintendent
Public Schools: -
British, Edward Baker, master
National, Henry Long, master; Miss Payne, mistress
Infants’, Mrs. Phoebe White, mistress

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

Morton-in-the-Marsh Universal British Directory 1791

This is a poor inconsiderable town, situate at the verge of the county, on the great road from Worcester to London; has a charter for a market on Tuesday, (which has long been discontinued,) and two annual fairs, viz. Mar. 25, and November. 12. – Though this town runs the old fosse-way from the west to the north of England; and about two miles from it stands the four-shire stone, where the four counties of Gloucester, Oxford, Warwick, and Worcester, meet in a point.  The church is a chapel of ease to Burton-on-the-Hill. – Morton is distant from London eighty-two miles, Warwick twenty-three, Chipping Norton eight, Campden seven, Shipston seven, Stow four, and Gloucester thirty miles.

The post comes in every day, except Monday; and goes out every day, except Saturday. – William Bunting, Post-master.
Several coaches and wagons pass through here to and from Worcester daily.  Waggons also pass to and from Bristol and the north, weekly. – The principal inns are the Unicorn and the White Hart. – The following are the principal inhabitants:

Gentry.

Horsley Thomas, Gent (F.)
Miles Robert, Gent (F.)
Shirley John, Gent (F.)

Clergy.

Baker Rev. William, (F.)
Martin Rev. Joseph, (F.) Rector
Martin Rev. George, Curate

Physic.

Boucher Tho. Surgeon and Apothecary
Bunting William, Ditto

Law.

Barton Thomas, (F.) Attorney

Traders, &c.

Bryan Richard, (F.) Mercer
Busby Benjamin, (F.) Mercer
Baldwin James, Grocer
Collett Richard, (F.) Sadler
Hall Francis, Woolcomber
Hooper William, (F.) Threadmaker
Keck John, (F.) Builder
Leadbetter Wm. (F.) White-Hart Inn
Mayo William, (F.) Wheelwright
Phipps Richard, (F.) Unicorn Inn
Proctor John, (F.) Horsedealer
Rawlins Samuel, Woolcomber

Source: Universal British Directory 1791

Marriages

Marriages at Morton-in-Marsh 1672-1812

Marriages at Morton-in-Marsh 1672-1812 - UK Genealogy Archives

Transcriptions

Moreton-in-Marsh Marriages 1800 to 1812

John Hall & Ann Breakspeare, 16 Jan. 1800

William Pardon, of St. Nicholas, Warwick, & Ann Bryan, lic., 28 Jan. 1800

John Morriss & Mary Morriss, 17 Feb. 1800

Henry Haseley & Mary James, 20 Feb. 1800

Wm. Nichols, of Campden, & Elizabeth Sandal, 19 May 1800

William Horseley & Harriet Holmes, of Broadway, 21 Oct. 1800

John Mains & Mary Rawlings, lic., 10 Sept. 1801

William Beechey, of Bourton, & Elizabeth Lamb, lic., 22 Sept. 1801

Philip Joyner & Ann robins, 5 July 1802

Thomas Pitcher, of Batsford, & Mary Baldwin, lic., 8 Oct. 1802

William Davis, of St. Peter, Evesham, & Anne King, lic., 28 Oct. 1802

William Sandell & Jane Hopkins, 6 Sept. 1803

John Wakefield & Elizabeth Hughes, 12 Oct. 1803

William Smith & Mary Edwards, 7 Dec. 1803

William Faulkner & Anne Bromfield, 11 Dec. 1803

Thomas Mace & Mary Hall, lic., 23 Jan. 1804

John Smith & Jane Wells, 11 June 1804

Joseph Webb & Mary Sheldon, 28 June 1804

Abraham Keeley & Sarah Morris, 24 Oct. 1804

Samuel Shepherd & Sarah Breakspear, 26 Nov. 1804

William Hine & Emma White, lic., 18 Feb. 1805

William Watkins & Elizabeth Knot, 19 Feb. 1805

Ezekiel Wright & Lucy Collett, lic., 30 Apr. 1805

William Kemp & Mary Kirby, 28 Oct. 1805

Richard Webb & Sarah Colletts, 30 Jan. 1806

William Hopkins, of Abingdon, & Sarah Clements, lic., 6 July 1806

William Higgins, of Longhborough, & Harriet Elizabeth Payn, 24 Oct. 1806

Thomas Saunders, of Longhborough, & Elizabeth Driver, 6 Nov. 1806

George Frankling & Mary Crisp, 5 Feb. 1807

Richard Taylor & Margaret Greening, 12 Mar. 1807

Thomas Jays & Mary Morris, lic., 6 Aug. 1807

William Webb & Mary Joiner, 9 Aug. 1807

Arthur Smith, of Campden, & Mary Bliss, 31 Aug. 1807

Wm. Lock, of Gt. Tew, & Elizabeth Gillett, 8 Sept. 1807

John Southam & Sarah Warren, 30 Nov. 1807

Peter Somerton, of Chipping Norton, & Rose Stow, 25 Dec. 1807

Wm. Walker, of Longhborough, & Ann Dyer, lic., 10 Jan. 1808

William Manning, w., & Elizabeth Hopkins, 19 Apr. 1808

John Elles, of Naunton, & Sarah Bliss, 24 July 1808

John Gardiner & Mary Robins, 22 Aug. 1808

Joseph Walker, w., & Elizabeth Greyhurst, 5 Oct. 1808

Thomas Payne, w., & Hannah Willis, 28 Feb. 1809

Thomas Phipp & Mary Mayo, lic., 8 Apr. 1809

William Stow & Sarah Tappin, 16 Sept. 1809

Ambrose Plach & Sarah Franklin, 10 Oct. 1809

John Privett, of Stow, & Susannah Garrison, lic., 4 Dec. 1809

Edmd. Bliss & Trifra Smith, lic., 8 Jan. 1810

John Mathew & Mary Anne Laurence, 27 Feb. 1810

Thomas Luckett & Susan Horseley, lic., 18 June 1810

John Frankling & Ann Proberts, 2 July 1810

Richard & Mary Breakspeare, 2 July 1810

William Grooss & Sarah Collins, 28 Oct. 1810

Wm. Bishop, of Chastleton, & Elizabeth Taylor, 22 July 1811

John Cross & Jane Hooper, 18 Nov. 1811

David Driver & Elizabeth Day, 25 Nov. 1811

John Petty & Elizabeth Baldwin, 28 Dec. 1811

Thomas Fox & Ann Greyhurst, 24 Mar. 1812

Richard Collett, of Broadway, & Ann Hall, 16 Apr. 1812

John Hine & Elizabeth Cooper, 16 June 1812

Thomas Turner, of Snowhill, & Ann Hine, 13 July 1812

Thomas Fletcher & Mary Ann Smith, 28 July 1812

William Pitman & Sarah Johnson, 16 Oct. 1812

William Ludyet & Delia Webb, 30 Nov. 1812

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

Moreton in Marsh Marriages 1790 to 1799

Thomas Keene & Elizabeth Thornet, lic., 23 June 1790

George Nelson, of Great Barford, Oxford, & Elizabeth Powers, 26 July 1790

William Handy & Elizabeth Stanton, lic., 2 Oct. 1790

John Pittom & Ann Iving, lic., 20 Oct. 1790

Joseph Taylor & Mary Merryman, 25 Oct. 1790

Joseph Powell & Ann Breakespeare, lic., 3 Nov. 1790

Thomas Shirley & Sarah Wings, 9 Nov. 1790

Nicholas Wiggit, w., & Ann Cotterel, 17 Dec. 1791 [sic] [1790?]

William Mace & Elizabeth Andrews, lic., 24 May 1791

John Dorns, of Evesham, & Ann Simms, 3 July 1791

Robert Walker, of Compton Parva & Elizabeth Greyhurst, lic., 21 July 1791

George Butler & Hester Stickley, 13 May 1792

Richard Miles & Liddy Port, 29 July 1792

Sarah Stickley & Samuel Smith, 2 Apr. 1793

Thomas Barrows, of Naunton, & Mary Mealings, lic., 23 May 1793

William Brown Eustace & Sarah Car, lic., 28 May 1793

Joseph Webb Chastleton & Sarah Clark, 1 July 1793

William Miles & Elizabeth Stanley, 31 Oct. 1793

James Trolley & Mary Payne, 19 June 1794

William Morris & Elizabeth Breakspeare, 31 July 1794

Thomas Sandal & Frances Miles, 14 Sept. 1794

William Shirley & Elizabeth Leadbeater, lic., 28 Mar. 1795

John Lardner & Sabrine Porter, 8 Feb. 1796

Robert Plach & Esther Horseley, 9 Apr. 1796

John Hill, of Overbury, & Hesther Blisse, lic., 4 July 1796

Francis Hall, w., & Mary Knibbs, lic., 6 July 1796

Joseph Prosser, of St. Nicholas, Worc., & Ann Horseleyter, 14 July 1796

William Stanley, of Blockley, & Sarah Sharp, 1 Oct. 1796

Francis Godson, of Brails, & Hester Simms, lic., 1 Nov. 1796

John Townsend, of Stow, & Sarah Slatter, 22 Feb. 1797

John Clark & Ann Smith, 5 Sept. 1797

Henry Goodear Busby & Eleanor Halford, lic., 19 Sept. 1797

Wm. Wells, of Bourton, & Sarah Halford, lic., 15 May 1798

Thomas Stickley & Sarah Hine, lic., 26 June 1798

Stephen Rose, of Oddington & Martha Dizon, lic., 23 July 1798

Edward Careless & Sarah Wolford, 16 Oct. 1798

John Willis & Ann Webb, 12 Nov. 1798

Mathew Walford, of Hook Norton, & Ann Rawlings, lic., 11 June 1799

George Boyce & Ann Halford, 25 July 1799

John White, of Churchill, & Mary Sharpe, 7 Oct. 1799

John Dippell, of Chipping Norton, & Elizabeth Stickley, 21 Oct. 1799

William Cleamens & Mary Stow, 8 Dec. 1799

Samuel Phipps & Elizabeth Shirley, 8 Dec. 1799

William Hemmings, of Bourton, & Rose Breakspeare, 26 Dec. 1799

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

Moreton in Marsh Marriages 1780 to 1789

William Bussell & Mary Webb, lic., 17 Nov. 1780

William Pope, Dornington, & Sarah Williams, 20 Apr. 1780

Thomas Robetts & Mary Malins, 5 Oct. 1780

Samuel Maud & Sarah Burd, 28 Oct. 1780

Roger Giddington, of Ushent, co. Wilts, & Mary Knott, 26 Nov. 1780

Thomas Newman & Jane Tayler, lic., 21 Jan. 1781

Richard Collett & Ann Whitford, 22 Apr. 1781

Richard Webb & Hannah Taylor, 20 May 1781

Edward Churchill & Hannah Callow, 17 Aug. 1781

John Haines, of Rickmansworth, co. Herts, & Elizabeth Hampton, lic., 27 Sept. 1781

George Willington, of Dunnington, & Elizabeth Larner, 19 May 1782

John Morgan & Sarah Ellis, 7 Oct. 1782

William Knibbs & Jane South, 27 Oct. 1782

William Goddard & Elizabeth Alcock, 2 Nov. 1782

John Allen, of Warwick, & Jane Adams, lic., 24 Apr. 1783

James Faulks & Sarah Rawlings, 22 May 1783

William Tibballs, of Colne St. Aldwines, & Mary Pritchett, 27 May 1783

Joseph Stickley & Elizabeth Sandall, w., 5 June 1783

John Pope & Hannah Maria Lardner, 28 Aug. 1783

Richard Kightley, of Lemington, & Suckey Grove, 8 Dec. 1783

Richard Wormington & Ann Phipps, 11 Apr. 1784

Christopher Mathews, of All Saints, Oxford, & Katharine Simms, 4 Oct. 1784

William Kaniton & Elizabeth Turbitt, 28 Nov. 1784

John Webb & Elizabeth Phipps, 29 Dec. 1784

James Wheeler, of St. Thomas, Oxford, & Elizabeth Simms, lic., 29 Jan. 1785

Samuel Lardner & Hannah Gardner, 7 Jan. 1785

John Ellis & Susannah Garner, 25 Jan. 1785

Joseph Vere, of St. Mary Magdalen, Fish Street, London, & Elizabeth Proctor, lic., 3 Feb. 1785

George Gardner & Mary Powers, lic., 20 June 1785

Thomas Phipps & Elizabeth Sharp, 6 July 1785

Samuel Brookes & Sarah Bliss, lic., 17 Nov. 1785

Thomas Ball & Mary Sandall, 18 Nov. 1785

William Taylor & Jane Miles, 1 Dec. 1785

John Williams & Elizabeth Morris, 7 Dec. 1785

Edward Shirley & Mary Phipps, 23 Jan. 1786

John Sutton, of Longborough, & Mary Wiggit, 19 Feb. 1786

John Davis, of Evenlode, & Mary Leadbeater, lic., 24 Apr. 1786

John Taylor, of Bourton, & Elizabeth Smith, lic., 3 Dec. 1786

Philip Joiner & Alice Kempson, 25 Dec. 1786

Nicholas Wiggitt & Elizabeth Horne, lic., 19 Feb. 1787

Thomas Watson & Sarah Hogle, 26 Feb. 1787

Joseph Heal, w., & Jemina Cooper, 16 Mar. 1787

Thomas Collins, of Broadway, & Elizabeth South, lic., 25 Mar. 1787

Thomas Lloyd, of Middleton, & Elizabeth Brakespeare, lic., 30 Apr. 1787

Henry Gillet & Mary Robins, of Blockley, lic., 10 May 1787

William Knibbs, w., & Ann Harwood, 23 July 1787

Richard Ladkins & Alice Maud, 8 Oct. 1787

Alexander Payne & Catherine Brookes, 12 Nov. 1787

Thomas Camps & Elizabeth Taylor, 18 Feb. 1787

Simon Cockburn, of Batsford, & Mary Horseley, lic., 24 Apr. 1788

Samuel Ellis & Mary Izod, 2 June 1788

Thomas Baldwyn, w., & Mary Southern, lic., 25 Dec. 1788

Thomas Edwards & Martha Oldbury, lic., 9 Oct. 1789

James Hooper & Martha Webb, lic., 6 Nov. 1789

Samuel Joiner & Jane Ludgate, 9 Nov. 1789

Jeremiah Buck, of St. Peter’s, Worc., & Sarah Bushy, lic., 17 Nov. 1789

Edward Neighbour, of Wornall, Bucks, & Sarah Gillett, lic., 1 Dec. 1789

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

Moreton in Marsh Marriages 1765 to 1779

Thomas Wood & Lucy Knibbs, 28 Jan. 1765

Thomas Stickley & Ann Taylor, 10 Mar. 1765

William Driver & Beatrice Abbits, 11 Apr. 1765

Samuel Rowlings & Elizabeth Whitford, 8 Apr. 1765

Elijah Kings & Elizabeth Standforth, 20 May 1765

Thomas Rochell & Jane Clifton, 14 Oct. 1765

John Taylor, of Batsford, & Elizabeth Hickley, 26 Jan. 1767

Rev. Mr. John Lloyd, of Paston, Northants, & Mrs. Ann Winslow, 18 June 1767

John Tombs & Sarah Ladkins, 8 Nov. 1767

George Southern & Ann Phipps, lic., 11 Oct. 1768

James Watson & Mary Preston, 14 Oct. 1768

Richard Morris & Mary Enoch, 21 Nov. 1768

Joshua Powell & Elizabeth Bliss, lic., 17 Apr. 1770

Richard Phipps & Mary Howel, lic., 9 Sept. 1770

Joseph Stickley & Mary Maund, 23 Nov. 1770

John Claridge, of Todenham & Sarah Freeman, lic., 10 Mar. 1771

Richard Horseley, w., & Mary Paine, lic., 13 May 1771

John Horne, of Long Combe, & Mary Newman, lic., 27 May 1771

John Bliss & Susannah Barnes, 22 Sept. 1771

Thomas Turner & Mary Lidal, 26 Nov. 1771

John Offley & Mary Rogers, lic., 4 Feb. 1772

David Plumb & Hannah Matthewes, lic., 27 July 1772

Richd. Hall, of Seasoncott, & Elizabeth Hall, lic., 3 Aug. 1772

Robert Snow, of Seasoncote, p. Longborough, & Dinah Lamb, 28 Nov. 1774

Richard Mealings & Elizabeth Poole, lic., 4 Apr. 1774

Francis Hall & Mary Hathaway, 9 Nov. 1775

John Maud & Elizabeth Powell, w., lic., 26 Jan. 1775

John Luckett & Sarah Horseley, lic., 1 Apr. 1775

John Havercraft, of St. Mary Le Bone, London, & Martha Busby, lic., 22 Apr. 1775

William Breakspear & Ann Baylis, lic., 1 Aug. 1775

Thomas Hinds & Betty Webb, lic., 5 Aug. 1775

Edward Whitford & Sarah Barnes, 10 Aug. 1775

John Allen & Clementie Kempson, 18 Oct. 1775

John Porter, of Wick-Rissington, & Martha Miles, lic., 4 Nov. 1775

Joseph Horn & Ann Attawood, 6 Jan. 1776

John Hall & Mary Enoch, lic., 16 May 1776

Edward Morris & Susannah Ellis, 27 Mar. 1777

John Carter & Mary Ladkines, 1 Nov. 1777

John Tidmarsh & Ann Groves, 7 Nov. 1777

Joseph Shimpson, of Broadway, & Sarah Hempson, lic., 12 May 1778

Charles Bartlett, of Broadwell, & Mary Willis, 9 Aug. 1778

William Dyer, w., & Mary Townsend, lic., 9 Nov. 1778

Thomas Pap & Mary Dutton, 7 June 1779

Robert Wilkes & Martha Webb, 10 July 1779

Henry Hine & Hannah Luckett, lic., 17 July 1779

John Plumb & Elizabeth Maud, lic., 28 July 1779

Thomas Franklin & Elizabeth Baylis, 1 Aug. 1779

John Box & Ann Wall, 3 Aug. 1779

William Curling, of St. Margaret, New Frith St., London, & Mary Procter, lic., 4 Aug. 1779

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

Moreton in Marsh Marriages 1754 to 1764

Volume II.

William Rawlins & Ann Wheeler, 5 Oct. 1754

Richard Watts, of Burton, & Elizabeth Kirby, 12 Nov. 1754

John Haddock, of Glympton, co. Oxford, & Elizabeth Fecknam, 23 June 1755

John Ellis & Jane Lane, 17 Sept. 1755

Francis Dunn, of Stanton, & Frances Duddlestone, 12 Nov. 1755

Joseph Phipps & Mary Morris, 7 May 1757

Thomas Breakspear & Ann Miles, 3 Oct. 1757

Thomas Winter, of Broad Risingham, & Mary Wilkins, 8 Nov. 1757

Thomas Clark & Ann Dunn, 17 Nov. 1757

William Baldwin & Sarah Bazeley, 6 Feb. 1758

William Fletcher & Elizabeth Robbins, of Blockley, lic., 7 Apr. 1758

Thomas Rawlins & Lucy Brooks, 12 June 1758

Edward Bliss & Sarah Brandis, lic., 24 May 1759

Thomas Fifield & Mary Hous, 1 June 1759

William Chettle, gent., of Todenham, & Elizabeth Bailey, w., 11 July 1759

Job Phipps & Mary Enochs, w., 18 Aug. 1759

John Kelby, of Batsford, & Elizabeth Westmacott, 25 Sept. 1759

Nicholas Wiggit & Sarah Ashfield, 27 Oct. 1759

Robert Williams, of Gerald’s Cross, co. Bucks, & Anne Matthews, lic., 28 Nov. 1759

Richard Rouse, of Lemington, & Ann Dutton, 8 Jan. 1760

John Izard & Mary Priget, lic., 23 Jan. 1760

William Westmacott, of Blockley & Elizabeth Pritchet, 21 July 1760

John Harris & Hannah Westmacott, 21 July 1760

William Wright & Ann Wood, 6 Aug. 1760

William Breakspear & Ann Matthews, 20 Aug. 1760

James Rockter & Ann Tristram, lic., 15 Sept. 1760

John Bubb & Rebecca Tombs, lic., 16 Oct. 1760

Thomas Frankling & Mary Tinson, 23 Oct. 1760

John Dennis & Sarah Gardiner, of Battesford, 20 Nov. 1760

Richard Chatterton & Elizabeth Allen, lic., 2 Jan. 1761

Edward Pitt & Hannah Goldecotte, 19 Jan. 1761

Robert Berry & Elizabeth Randall, lic., 21 Jan. 1761

Richard Butler & Sarah Phipps, 22 Feb. 1761

Jonas Carr, of Wotton, co. Oxford, & Mary Betterton, lic., 19 Mar. 1761

James Fisher & Frances Southern, lic., 29 Mar. 1761

William Newman, of Longborough, & Susannah Baldwin, 8 Nov. 1761

James Shelton, of Longborough, & Mary Lamb, lic., 21 Oct. 1762

Daniel Garret, of Kineton, & Alice Poole, lic., 7 Dec. 1762

John Busbey & Mary Strikley, 1 Aug. 1763

William Poole, w., & Elizabeth Hine, w., 18 Aug. 1763

George Sandal & Hannah Buckingham, 7 Dec. 1763

Davis Mathews & Mary Bone, 18 Jan. 1764

John Kempson & Katherine Phipps, 5 Feb. 1764

Thomas Sandal & Elizabeth Walton, 5 Mar. 1764

Samuel Ward & Ann Lardner, 25 Mar. 1764

Edward Wayn, of Fairford, & Mary Smith, 19 Sept. 1764

Simon Lydiatt & Caroline Seal, 30 Sept. 1764

Francis Partlow, of Todenham, & Mary Godson, w., 7 Oct. 1764

Reuben Allen & Elizabeth Newman, 13 Oct. 1764

Esau Allen & Elizabeth Buckingham, 6 Dec. 1764

Thomas Mase & Jane Haslaem, lic., 23 Dec. 1764

John Sharp, of Blockley, & Hannah Sharp, lic., 31 Dec. 1764

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

Moreton in Marsh Marriages 1735 to 1754

Walker Sallis & Elizabeth Hunt, 20 May 1735

William Freeman & Ann Mayo, 12 Oct. 1735

Francis Chatterton & Margaret Somers, of Stenton, 20 Oct. 1735

Edward Grimmel, of Over Sewell, & Elizabeth Dennis, 29 Dec. 1735

William Hadland & Mary Minchen, 29 Apr. 1736

Thomas Bowers & Ann Arthur, 15 June 1736

William Churchill & Mary Hunt, 26 Oct. 1736

Richard Morris & Margaret Brain, 29 Dec. 1736

John Stanton & Sarah Hind, 30 Dec. 1736

Daniel Carter & Margaret Archer, 4 May 1737

Richard Allen & Frances Whatts, 6 July 1737

Hercules Hanks & Elizabeth Buckingham, 26 Dec. 1737

William Matthews & Martha Birch, 17 Oct. 1738

John Lyns & Elizabeth Gibbs, 30 Nov. 1738

Richard Gibson & Sarah Middleton, 1 Jan. 1738

Thomas Higgens, of Shipston & Hesther Collet, 19 May 1739

Thomas Lamb & Elizabeth Sandle, 2 June 1739

Thomas Carter & Sarah Dyde, 17 June 1739

Thomas Brown, smith, & Elizabeth Andrews, 25 June 1739

William Smith & Anne Claydon, 9 Oct. 1739

John Martin & Mary Highorn, 17 May 1740

John Handy & Elizabeth Edgeley, 4 Nov. 1740

Edward Careless & Ann Wilkins, 11 Apr. 1741

Henry Higgins & Martha Willis, 13 Oct. 1742

John Horsely & Mary Gibbs, 1 Nov. 1742

Francis Buckingham & Francis [sic] Phips, 13 Apr. 1743

William Ashfield & Sarah Frost, 26 Dec. 1744

Thomas Mason & Ann Hopkins, 12 Jan. 1744

William Hodgekins, of Saintbury, & Phillippa Heyden, 30 June 1745

Thomas Horseley & Elizabeth Smith, 12 Jan. 1745

John Hooper & Elizabeth Miels, of St. George’s, London, 1 Feb. 1745

William Mayds & Anne Winslow, 14 Aug. 1746

Thomas Hookham & Elizabeth Tewster, of Stow, 30 Apr. 1747

William Hadland & Elizabeth Smith, 8 May 1747

William Wyten & Rose Baldwin, 11 May 1747

William Bacon, of Upper Eddingdon, & Ann Clayton, lic., 17 Dec. 1747

Thomas Taylor & Mary Bennet, 29 May 1748

William Allen & Mary Morris, 29 June 1748

Samuel Richmond, of Todenham, & Frances Chester, 4 Sept. 1748

John Simmonds & Margaret Christopher, 19 Sept. 1748

John Phipps & Deborah Buckingham, 29 Mar. 1749

Richard Roberts, of Whichford, & Hesther Hunt, 12 Oct. 1749

John Taylor & Jane Harrison, 18 Dec. 1749

Samuel Franklin & Alice Kerby, 5 Nov. 1750

John Caps & Mary Horseley, 10 Feb. 1750

Alexander Pain & Elizabeth Berry, 16 Feb. 1750

Janet [sic] Moseley & Anne Preston, 10 Mar. 1750

William Godson, of Blockley, & Mary Handy, 2 June 1751

William Heynes, of Chipping Norton, & Hesther Winslow, 5 July 1751

Simon Robins & Mary Edgly, 20 Oct. 1751

William Hooper & Mary Hall, of Bourton, 2 Nov. 1751

John Procter & Mary Shirley, 29 Jan. 1752

John Grey, of Longborough, & Mary Halford, 2 Apr. 1752

Joseph Smith & Mary Dumbleton, of Bourton-on-the-Hill, 1 June 1752

Richard Miels & Susannah Hunt, 1 Nov. 1752

Samuel Joyner & Sarah Baldwyn, 2 Nov. 1752

Benjamin Busby & Mary Goodyer, 19 Nov. 1752

Thomas Poole & Elizabeth Phipps, 27 Dec. 1752

Isaac Poole & Martha Goddard, 11 Jan. 1753

William Emms & Margaret Edgley, 30 Sept. 1753

John Stickley, of Bengeworth, co. Worc., & Elizabeth Penny, 9 Oct. 1753

Samuel Brookes & Mary Emms, 11 Oct. 1753

John Berry & Ann Walker, 4 Jan. 1754

John Hempson & Elizabeth Watton, 26 Jan. 1754

Thomas Hempson & Margaret Williams, 28 Jan. 1754

Joseph Kerby & Ann Handy, 9 Feb. 1754

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. V. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1899

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  • County: Gloucestershire
  • Civil Registration District: Shipston on Stour
  • Probate Court: Court of the Bishop of Gloucester (Episcopal Consistory)
  • Diocese: Gloucester and Bristol
  • Rural Deanery: Campden
  • Poor Law Union: Shipston on Stour
  • Hundred: Westminster (Gloucestershire)
  • Province: Canterbury