Abson and Wick

Abson and Wick Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Abson and Wick is a parish in Gloucestershire. Alternative names: Abson-cum-Wick, Wick and Abson. Other places in the parish include: Holybrook, Bridgegate or Bridge Yate. Parish church: Abson, St. James; Wick, St. Bartholomew (consecrated 1850). Parish registers begin: 1687 Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational and Wesleyan Methodist. Parishes adjacent to Abson and Wick Warmley Syston Doynton Bitton …

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Abston Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1856

Abston, with Wick, forms a township, parish and village, 4 miles east from Keynsham railway station, 7 east from Bristol, 7 north-east from Bath, 6 south-west from Chipping Sodbury, 3 south-east from Mangotsfield railway station, and 113 from London, in Pucklechurch Hundred, Chipping Sodbury Union, West Gloucestershire, Bristol archdeaconry, and Gloucester and Bristol bishopric. It …

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Abson and Wick Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1863

Abson-cum-Wick is a parish and village, 4 miles east from Keynsham railway station, 7 east from Bristol, 7 north-east from Bath, 7 south-west from Chipping Sodbury, 3 south-east from Mangotsfield railway station, and 113 from London, in Pucklechurch hundred, Chipping Sodbury union and county court district, West Gloucestershire, rural deanery of Hawkesbury, Bristol archdeaconry, and …

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