Sevenhampton, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Sevenhampton is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire.

Other places included in the parish: Hampen, Brockhampton.

Parish church:

Parish registers begin: 1588

Nonconformists include: Baptist and Particular Baptist.

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Parishes adjacent to Sevenhampton

Historical Descriptions

Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales Circa 1870

Sevenhampton – popularly Sennington – a parish, with a village, in Northleach district, Gloucester; on a head-stream of the river Coln, 5 ¾ miles E by S of Cheltenham r. station. Post-town, Andoversford, under Cheltenham. Acres, 2,600. Real property, £3,145. Pop., 543. Houses, 113. The manor belongs to G. C. Craven, Esq. The living is a p. curacy in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. Value, £50. Patron, alternately, G. C. Craven, Esq., and W. L. Lawrence, Esq. The church is Norman, and good. There are a Baptist chapel and a national school.

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


Sevenhampton Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1897

Sevenhampton is a parish and village and includes the villages of Brockhampton and Brockhampton Quarry, 2 miles north – by – east from Andoversford station on the Great Western railway and 7 east from Cheltenham, in the Eastern division of the county, hundred of Bradley, petty sessional division, county court district and union of Northleach, rural deanery of Cheltenham and archdeaconry and diocese of Gloucester. The river Coln rises in this parish. The church of St. Andrew is an ancient cruciform edifice of stone, in the Early English and Later styles, consisting of chancel, nave, transepts, south porch and an embattled central tower with a stair turret at the south-east angle, containing 3 bells: there are several mural tablets to John Hincksman, 1774, and Margaret, his wife, 1816, with others of the family, 1739-96: on the floor of the church is a brass to William Lawrence, infant son of Anthony and Culpeper Lawrence, 1694, and there are later memorials of the same name: the church was restored in 1891-2 at a cost of about £1,400, and affords 150 sittings. The register dates from the year 1555. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £132, including 30 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Gloucester, and held since 1890 by the Rev. Joseph Storr, B.A., of London University. There are two Baptist chapels, one at Brockhampton and another at Brockhampton Quarry. A charity of £1 is distributed to the poor annually in bread. Brockhampton Park, the property of the Craven family and now in the occupation of Major Edward Henry Green-de Freville J.P., D.L., Cambs. and master of the Cotswold hounds, is a fair specimen of an old -fashioned country seat; the mansion, surrounded by well-grown shrubberies, has a secluded and venerable appearance; the park is studded with grand old trees, and contains a herd of deer. Christian William Lawrence esq. of Sandywell Park, Dowdeswell, who is lord of the manor of Sevenhampton, and the trustees of the late Fulwar John Colquitt-Craven esq. are the principal landowners. The soil is clay and light oolite; subsoil, clay and light oolite. The chief crops are wheat, barley and oats. The area is 3,376 acres; rateable value, £2,120; the population in 1891 was 399.

Hampen is a small hamlet, partly in this parish and partly in that of Shipton Oliffe, 2 miles south-east

Sexton, William Pearce

Post Office, Brockhampton – Charles Barnett, sub-postmaster. Letters through Andoversford R.S.O. arrive at 7.25 a.m.; dispatched at 5.30 p.m. Postal orders are issued here, but not paid. Andoversford is the nearest money order and telegraph office, 3 miles distant.

Wall Letter Box, Sevenhampton, cleared at 5. 50 p.m. Letters received from Andoversford R.S.O. arrive at 7.15 a.m. The nearest money order and telegraph office is at Andoversford.

National School (mixed), built in 1870, for 115 children; average attendance, 70; Charles Capps, master; Mrs. G. Tombs, sewing mistress.


Beale-Browne Mrs. John, Sevenhampton manor

Storr Rev. Joseph, B.A., Vicarage


Andrews Reuben, blacksmith

Barnfield Benj., farmer & stone mason

Barnfield Thos., farmer & stone mason

Cook Thomas, farmer, Manor farm

Dollins John, farm bailiff to Col. W. Agg J.P. Puckham

Humphris Wm., farmr. Whitehall farm

Wood Oliver, shoe maker


Greene-de Freville Major Edward Hy. D.L., J.P. (Cambs.), Brockhampton pk.

Barnett Chas., carpenter, Post office

Combe Clement, tailor

Combe Geo. Thos, baker & brewer

Gillett Lambert, head gardener to Maj. E. H. Greene-de Freville

Jackson Thos., farmer, Soundboro’ frm

Merrick Richard, head gamekeeper to Major E. H. Green-de Freville

Nash Job. Beer retailer

Pitman Edward, grocer

Pitts Thomas, shoe maker

Roberts James, farmer, Oxleaze farm

Taylor Fanny (Mrs.), beer retailer

Trevethan William Tippet, farmer, Court farm

Williams Neighbour, grocer & farmer

Source: Kelly’s Directory of Gloucestershire and the City of Bristol, 1897. Printed and Published by Kelly’s Directories, Limited, 182, 183 & 184, High Holborn, W.C.

Sevenhampton Morris Gloucestershire Directory 1876

Sevenhampton is a village and parish in Northleach union, containing, by the census of 1861, 543, and in 1871, 525 inhabitants, with 3238 acres; in the deanery of Winchcomb, archdeaconry of Gloucester, diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, hundred of Bradley, East Gloucestershire; 5 miles south from Winchcomb, 7 east from Cheltenham, 94 by road and 125 by rail from London. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. John M. Hall, is valued at £50 per annum, and is in the alternate patronage of Walter Lawrence Lawrence and Goodwin Charles Colquitt Craven, Esqs. The church is an ancient Norman edifice, dedicated to St. Andrew, consisting of nave and chancel, with tower and 3 bells. There is a National School for children of both sexes. The rateable value of this parish is £3494.

Brockhampton is a hamlet, in which the Baptists have a place of worship. Walter Lawrence Lawrence, Esq., is lord of the manors of Sevenhampton and Brockhampton.

Hampen is a hamlet, partly in this parish and partly in Shipton Oliffe; 1 ½ mile west from Salperton, 2 east from Andoversford, and 5 south-west from Northleach.


Clergy and Gentry

Hall Rev. John M., vicar

Lawrence Walter Lawrence, Esq., J.P., Manor House

Trades and professions

Davis John, parish clerk

Gibbs Fredk. Francis, farmer, Soundboro’ farm

Handy Edward, farmer

Hart Samuel, stonemason

Hazzard E. C., schoolmaster

Humphris John, farmer, Manor farm

Humphris Thomas, farmer, Whitehall farm

Humphris James, farmer, Puckham farm

Ostler Mrs. Farmer

Pearce Henry, blacksmith

Smith Edward, carpenter

Wood Benjamin, shoemaker

National School – E. E. Hazzard, master


Craven Goodwin Charles Colquitt, Esq., J.P., D.L., Brockhampton Park

Trades and Professions

Combe Clement, tailor

Combe Thomas, baker, maltster, and brewer

Denley David, carrier and beer retailer

Denley James, stonemason and grocer

Farden Isaac, grocer and beer retailer

Hoar Thomas, shoemaker and sub-postmaster

Knapp John, farmer, Oxlease farm

Proctor John, carpenter

Roffe Thomas, grocer and carrier

Williams Neighbour, carrier


Handy Thomas, farmer, Hampen farm

Humphris Henry, flax dresser and bone crusher

Post Office. – Thomas Hoar, sub-postmaster. Letters from Andoversford received at 7 a.m., dispatched at 6 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Andoversford.

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

Sevenhampton Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Sevenhampton, is a township, parish, and village, in the Hundred of Bradley, and Union of Northleach, 4 ¼ miles south from Winchcomb.  The living is a perpetual curacy, in Gloucester archdeaconry, and Gloucester and Bristol bishopric; value yearly, £50.  The incumbent is the Rev. Charles Chambers, B.A.; patrons, alternately, Walter Lawrence Lawrence and Fulwar Craven, Esqrs.  The church of St. Andrew is an ancient structure in the Norman style of architecture, with square tower, chancel, and 3 bells; there are several mural tablets.  The Baptists have a chapel at Brockhampton Quarries, half a mile distant.  The area is 2,600 acres, and the population, in 1851, was 553.

Whital, Packham, Soundborough, and Oxleys, are places here.


Bevan John, esq.
Chambers Rev. Charles, B.A.

Bee Lydia (Miss), Grocer
Brooks Abraham, cattle dealer
Hart Samuel, stonemason
Humphris John, farmer, Whital farm
Humphris William, farmer, Puckham fm
Painter Caleb, farmer, Soundboro’ farm
Pearce William, blacksmith
Smith John, farmer
Wood Thomas, boot & shoe maker

Letters are delivered from Cheltenham through Andoversford at 9 a.m. by a foot messenger, who returns at 4 p.m.  Northleach is the nearest money order office.


Craven Fulwar, esq. Brockhamptn court
Goodwin C. esq. Brockhampton park

Allsop William, carpenter
Combe George, baker
Denley Esther (Mrs.), beer retailer & dairy, Brockhampton quarry
Davis John, sawyer & parish clerk
Fardon Isaac, grocer & beer retailer
Hoar William, boot & shoe maker
Lees John, farmer
Mansell John, farmer
Preston John, grocer
Procter John, carpenter
Roffe Thomas, grocer & tailor, Brockhampton quarry
Shill Thomas, tailor
Smith George, farmer, Oxley’s farm
Westmancott George, carrier, Brockhampton quarry

Baptist Chapel, Brockhampton, ministers various

Carrier – George Westmancott, every Tuesday & Saturday, to the ‘Old Swan,’ Cheltenham, returning same day.

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.

Hampen Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Hampen is a small hamlet, partly in the parish of Sevenhampton, and partly in that of Shipton Oliffe, distant about 2 miles east of Andoversford, and 5 west from Northleach, and consists of the residence of T. B. Browne, Esq., and a flax and bone mill and one farm.  The population is about 80.  T. R. Browne, Esq., is owner of the soil.

Browne Thos. Beale, esq. Hampen ho
Handy Thomas, farmer, Hampen farm
Browne Thomas Beale, flax & bone mills

Letters through Northleach, 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.


Marriages at Sevenhampton 1605 to 1837

Gloucestershire Parish Registers. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol XV. 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 Marriages registered at Sevenhampton are contained in three volumes.

Volume I is of parchment, in limp covers, about 10 in. square. Its bulk has been increased by additional leaves at least once; there are now 122 pages. What was probably its earliest cover (now in the middle) bears an inscription, faint, but quite legible, though covered by some entries of 1806: “The Register book of the Parish of Sevenhampton, beginning in ye year of our Lord God 1555.” There is another heading to the same effect on what is now the first page of the Register dated 1588. The entries in it are from 1588 to 1808. They are badly arranged. Baptisms are in an enormous majority, Burials fewer, Marriages very few and intermittent, only forty-four from 1588 to 1754, but it is noteworthy that eight of these are during the Commonwealth, and recorded in the same way as all the rest. The writing throughout is of various styles and qualities.

Volume II (under Lord Hardwicke’s Act of 1753) contains Banns and Marriages combined from September 1755 to November 1812.

Volume III (under Rose’s Act of 1812) has Marriages from January 1813 to January 1837.

No Banns records survive from 1812 to 1824.

These Marriages have been transcribed by Mr. William R. Storr, B.A. Oxon., and checked by the Rev. J. Storr, B.A. Lond., Vicar, by whose kind permission they are printed.


Sevenhampton Marriages 1813 to 1837

Vol. III

William Timbrell & Mary Wright, 26 Jan. 1813

John Cooke, of Hawling, & Charlotte Kearsey, 25 Oct. 1813

Richard Mansell, of Charlton Abbots, & Jane Burrows, 13 Nov. 1813

William Newman, of Hawling, & Mary Cook, lic. 5 Jan. 1814

Thomas Denby & Esther Kearsay, lic. 3 Apr. 1815

William Preston, w., & Hannah Yeast 23 Oct. 1815

John Humphris & Mary Matthews, lic. 5 Feb. 1815

[The second space on this page is spoiled and cancelled.]

John Denby, w., & Elizabeth James 30 May 1816

William Hop & Esther Denly 8 July 1816

Henry Venfield, of Tewkesbury, & Ruth Spruice 8 Oct. 1816

Henry Stephens & Mary Stiles 21 Dec. 1816

George Denly & Emma Compton 31 Mar. 1817

William Preston & Mary Belcher 25 Aug. 1817

George Belcher & Anne Hancks 3 Nov. 1817

Thomas Newman, of Charlton Kings, & Dinah Wood 4 Nov. 1817

Benjamin Midwinter, of Whittington, & Hannah Humphris, lic. 17 Jan. 1818

John Agg, of Shipton Solars, & Charlotte Keylock, 3 May 1818

John Wood & Catharine Mustoe 7 Dec. 1818

William Trowtar, of Charlton Kings, & Elizabeth Dicks 1 June 1819

John Davis & Elizabeth Coats 21 Aug. 1819

William Clifford & Elizabeth Mathews 25 Oct. 1819

John Mansel & Martha Compton 31 July 1821

Thomas Hart, w., & Mary Lewis 13 May 1822

William Smith, of Upper Swell, w., & Mary Hopkins, w. 21 Oct. 1822

William Roffe, of Stow, & Martha Denly, lic. 26 Nov. 1822

Robert Lane, of Charlton Abbots, & Elizabeth Lovering, lic. 23 Dec. 1822

William Draper, of Temple Guiting, & Charlotte Bee 31 May 1823

[About this time with consent of friends occurs in ten entries.]

William Hartwell, of Bourton on the Water, & Martha Bridgman 15 July 1823

John Wood & Anne Compton 21 Aug. 1823

Joseph Smith & Sarah Ashby 4 Nov. 1823

Job Coleman, of Upper Slaughter, & Mary Anne Bridgman 30 Aug. 1824

Benjamin Clark & Ann Hall 31 Jan. 1825

John Proctor, w., & Anne Field 13 Nov. 1826

Joseph Jackson [s has been added] & Hannah Townley 16 Sept. 1827

Thomas Cook Williams & Mary Bee, lic. 5 Jan. 1829

William Pearce & Elizabeth Cooke 27 Jan. 1829

Thomas Bee & Elizabeth Bee, lic. 26 Feb. 1829

Thomas Neal & Jane Pockett 16 May 1829

Thomas Wilcox, of Bourton on the Water, & Martha Hall 28 Dec. 1830

Edward Moss & Mary Ann Robinson 14 Nov. 1831

John Bridgman, w., & Elizabeth Barnes, w. 1 Dec. 1832

John Collett, of Church Stanway, & Ann Cook 26 June 1833

Thomas Hitchens, of Coberley, & Sarah Wright 7 July 1833

John Blackwell, of Charlton Kings, w., & Hannah Taylor 7 Apr. 1834

Edward [signs Edmond] Williams, of St. Bride, London, & Mary Ellis, lic. 31 July 1834

John Ellis & Margaret Cloutman, lic. 21 Aug. 1834

William Tombs, w., & Mary Hill 9 Mar. 1835

John Pritchard & Eliza Baylis 15 Mar. 1835

John Newman & Jane Bayliss 28 July 1835

Richard Hughes, of Charlton Kings, & Hester Ellis, lic. 26 Nov. 1835

George Westmancote & Hannah Denley 17 Nov. 1836

George Wood & Sarah Cook 5 Jan. 1837

Thomas Belcher, w., & Anne Sisom 23 Jan. 1837

[The rest of the Register is blank.]

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol XV. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1909.

Sevenhampton Marriages 1800 to 1812

William Hopkins & Mary Pool, 5 Nov. 1800

Isaac Denly & Ann Taylor, lic., 23 Nov. 1801

James Hall & Sarah Cole, 26 Oct. 1802

Thomas Hart & Mary Heming, lic., 5 Nov. 1802

Michael Timbrell & Hannah Assaph, 8 Nov. 1802

William Trotman, w., & Sarah Timbrell, lic., 6 Jan. 1803

William Ellis & Hester Crook, 11 July 1803

Thomas Burford, Guiting Power, & Sarah Wood, lic., 29 Sept. 1803

Richard Beltcher & Ann Pool, 5 Nov. 1804

James Bradley & Ann Ellis, 24 Oct. 1805

Thomas Cox & Sarah Pocket, 4 Nov. 1805

Samuel Short & Ann Durham, 13 Oct. 1806

Thomas Poole & Elizabeth Trotman, 13 Oct. 1806

Samuel Hamblett, of Prestbury, & Anne Juggins, lic., 12 June 1807

Samuel Tovey & Betty Clark, 5 July 1808

William Gillet, of Stanway, & Hanah Walcraft, 27 Mar. 1809

Benjamin Attwood, of Guiting Power, & Catharine Lovering, lic., 7 Sept. 1809

John Panter & Jane Johnson, 17 Oct. 1809

Joseph Ellis & Hester Trotman, 23 Jan. 1810

William Hawks & Anne New, 26 Nov. 1810

William Keylock & Anne Green, 14 Jan. 1811

James Brookes, of Whittington, & Jane Bee, lic., 6 May 1811

Paul Tuffley & Elizabeth Wood, lic., 1 June 1811

David Denly & Hannah Smith, of Sherborne, lic., 30 Oct. 1811

[This is entered as a certified copy of a paper written at the time, the Register being missing.]

James Lea & Elizabeth Cook, 28 Nov. 1811

Benjamin Snooke Hall, of Clapton, & Lucy Cox, lic., 31 Dec. 1811

James Newman & Anne Clark, 4 Jan. 1812

Thomas Jones, of Salperton & Mary Lovering, 5 May 1812

Thomas Wallcraft & Hanah Webb, 12 Oct. 1812

James Pocket & Betty Sells, 19 Oct. 1812

Joseph Palmer & Charlotte Belcher, 2 Nov. 1812

William Burrows, of Charlton Abbots, w., & Mary Davis, lic., 24 Nov. 1812

[The remainder of this Register is blank.]

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol XV. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1909.

Sevenhampton Marriages 1775 to 1799

Robert Hall, of Notgrove, & Anne Izard, lic., 18 Apr. 1775

Thomas Mihill, of Bledington, w., & Mary Timbrell, lic., 8 May 1775

John Denley & Anne Hill, of Charleton Abbots [Banns only], - May 1775

Thomas Pearson & Mary Pacey, lic., 23 May 1775

William Winstone, of Turk Deane, & Anne Pearson, lic., 30 June 1775

John Mustoe & Catharine Bee, 1 Nov. 1775

William Compton & Mary Pettat, of Charleton Abbots, lic., 9 Nov. 1775

Edward Robins & Rebecca Compton, lic., 21 Nov. 1775

Samuel Wood & Martha Robins, lic., 22 June 1776

Benjamin Wood & Mary Bee, lic., 25 Sept. 1776

Matthew Hinder & Betty Clark, lic., 11 Aug. 1777

John Panter & Susannah Young, 10 June 1778

Richard Greenaway & Mary Jugings, w., 22 Aug. 1778

John Savoury, of Cowley, & Betty Booker, 17 Oct. 1778

Richard Brand & Mary Preston, lic., 21 Sept. 1779

Joseph Holtham, w., & Mary East, 6 Oct. 1779

John Mustoe, w., & Elizabeth Johnsons, w., 30 Oct. 1779

Thomas Garne & Jane Cockerhill, 7 Aug. 1780

Thomas Greenwood, w., & Anne Powers, w., 2 Oct. 1780

John Bery, of Salperton, & Mary Mustoe, 23 Dec. 1780

Henry New & Mary Williams, lic., 29 Jan. 1781

William Kaylock & Hannah Adams, 15 Aug. 1781

James Williams, of Bishop’s Cleeve, & Sarah Jackson, 5 Sept. 1781

William Sisum & Mary Wixey, 15 Oct. 1781

William Trinder & Hester Brandt, of Charleton Kings [Banns only], Sept. & Oct. 1781

William Hopkins, of Temple Guiting, & Anne East, lic., 23 Nov. 1781

William Ashby & Mary Robertson, 18 Mar. 1782

Henry Stanley & Jane Atwood, w. [sic], lic., 13 Jan. 1783

John Herbert & Mary Welch, 3 Nov. 1783

Charles Mills & Mary Adams, 12 Dec. 1783

William Combe & Anne Bartlet, 11 Nov. 1784

Joseph Wixey & Betty Lawrence, of Whittington [Banns only], Dec. 1784

Thomas Panter & Anne Harding, 5 Apr. 1785

Thomas Gillet & Margaret Goodman, of Windrush [Banns only], Sept. & Oct. 1785

Thomas Clark & Jane Hincks, 24 Dec. 1785

Thomas Bee & Hannah Turbelfield, lic., [5?] Feb. 1786

William Harris, of Charlton Kings, & Rachel Bee, lic., 27 Mar. 1786

Joseph Mason, of Staverton, & Hannah Hill, 9 Sept. 1787

John Ponsum, of Salperton, & Catharine Bellenger, lic., 14 Oct. 1787

Thomas Candle & Sarah Hill, 5 Nov. 1787

Richard Baylis, of Great Barrington, & Mary Ellis, 26 Nov. 1787

Robert Dix & Sarah Hemmings, 6 Oct. 1788

John Snow & Alice Greening, of Temple Guiting [Banns only], Sept. & Oct. 1788

Richard Trinder & Mary Wheeler, of Longborough [Banns only], Dec. 1789

John Heming & Margaret Panter, 3 May 1790

John Scidsey, of East Challow, Berks, & Catharine Tuffley, 29 June 1791

John Turner & Elizabeth Gears, of Whittington [Banns only], Jan. 1792

Adam Miffling, of Hawling, w., & Mary Wilson, 9 July 1792

John Hanks & Betty Stait, of Stanway [Banns only], Sept. & Oct. 1792

William Harvey & Margaret Hemming, w., 15 July 1793

James Bee & Anne Waring [signs Wearing], lic., 5 Sept. 1793

William Trotman & Mary Lovesy, lic., 31 Dec. 1793

Richard Cox & Anne Denly, 2 Nov. 1795

William Stratford, w., & Mary Acock, 16 Nov. 1795

John Bee & Hannah Lovering, lic., 31 Dec. 1795

Thomas Gillet, w., & Anne Panter, w., 10 Oct. 1796

Thomas Taylor, of Withington, & Mary Trotman, lic., 14 Nov. 1797

Thomas Arkell, of Bishop’s Cleeve, & Mary Hincksman, w., lic., 17 Apr. 1798

Aaron Beams & Elizabeth Jaynes, 3 July 1798

William Cox, of Whittington, & Elizabeth Pocket, 9 Sept. 1799

William Jenkins, of Walcot, Bath, & Rosena Taylor, lic., 18 Sept. 1799

William Hall & Mary Ashby, 2 Nov. 1799

William Matthews & Mary Clements, 23 Dec. 1799

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. XV. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1909.

Sevenhampton Marriages 1755 to 1774

Volume II.

Thomas Bee & Jane Hincksman, lic., 25 Sept. 1755

Thomas Musto, of Coberby, & Mary Joynes, 25 Feb. 1756

Robert Williams, of Compton Abdale, & Eleanor Dyer, 25 Feb. 1756

John Barradell & Sarah Hill, 30 Mar. 1756

Joseph Stokes & Mary Harris, of Prestbury, lic., 4 June 1756

Thomas Bee, w., & Elizabeth Merryman [signs Merriman], of Winchcombe, lic., 23 Jan. 1758

William Bradstock, of Notgrove, & Elizabeth Houltom, 25 Mar. 1758

[W. B. is described as “Shoemaker”, written over “Bachelor”.]

Thomas Woolly, w., & Hannah Wood, 26 Feb. 1759

Thos. Bridgeman, of Withington, & Mary Bond, 15 Oct. 1759

Robert Wilson [signs Willson] & Hannah Bee, lic., 20 Oct. 1759

John Greening, of Aston Blank, & Anne Bee, lic., 24 Feb. 1760

John Thornhill, of Wick Rissington, & Mary Hitchen, w., lic., 4 July 1761

John Green, of Hawling, & Betty Bee [Banns only], -- July 1761

William Hall & Mary Pocket, 21 Oct. 1761

[Over the first line of their Banns are written the Banns of [----] M[a]rchant & Hannah Timbrell, of Charlton Abbots.]

Daniel Luker, of Beckford, & Anne Mansell, 16 Nov. 1761

Thomas Harris & Mary Morris, of Upper Guiting [Banns only], -- Nov. 1761

James Bee & Mary Clark, 6 Jan. 1762

John Timbrell & Mary Wood, lic., 4 Mar. 1762

Thomas Juggins & Mary Potter, 21 Oct. 1762

John Preston & Rebecca Hughes, of Winchcomb [Banns only], -- July 1764

John Beams, of Whittington, & Mary Dainty, 28 Jan. 1765

John Arkell & Elizabeth Timbrell, 11 Oct. 1765

William Dickenson, of Withington, & Sarah Hill, 21 Oct. 1765

Richard Morris & Mary Gillet, o Compton Abdale [Banns only], -- Oct. 1765

John Clarke & Henrietta Maria Bellenger, of Withington [Banns only]. May & June 1766

John Williams, w., & Sarah Mason, 14 Oct. 1766

William Timbrell, w., & Jane Mustoe, 17 Apr. 1766

John Bee, w., & Hannah Stephens, lic., 7 June 1767

John Webb, of Cheltenham, w., & Jane Hooper, lic., 13 Sept. 1767

Thomas Curtis & Elizabeth Cull, 16 June 1768

William Ellis, of Hawling, & Anne Ashby, 9 Oct. 1768

William Lovering & Betty Bellenger, lic., 30 July 1769

Thomas Newbery & Hannah Preston, lic., 31 July 1769

Richard Hopkins & Anne Parker, 22 July 1770

William Pullom & Jane Harris, lic., 2 Oct. 1770

John Greening & Jane Bee, lic., 28 Oct. 1770

James Bates & Elizabeth Hancock, w., lic., 29 Mar. 1771

Joseph Bettridge & Mary Compton, lic., 12 Nov. 1771

James Brookes, of Charlton Kings, & Mary Bellinger, lic., 29 Mar. 1772

Joseph Mustoe & Lydia Griffin, of Cudsden, p. [---] [Banns only], May & June 1772

William Hart, of Salperton, & Mary Wood, 16 Nov. 1772

William Horne & Hannah Ballinger, lic., 2 Jan. 1773

Benjamin Musto, of Ashchurch, & Ann Robins, lic., 19 Mar. 1773

Richard Garner, of Notgrove, & Sarah Weaver, 26 Sept. 1773

Daniel Hall & Elizabeth Hathaway, 14 May 1774

Source: Gloucestershire Parish Register. Marriages. Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., Vol. XV. Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 36, Essex Street, Strand, London. 1909.


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