Shipston on Stour is an Ecclesiastical Parish and a market town in the county of Worcestershire, created in 1719 from chapelry in Tredington Ancient Parish.

Other places in the parish include: Tidmington.

Parish church:

Parish registers begin: 1538

Nonconformists include: Society of Friends/Quaker, Strict Baptist, and Wesleyan Methodist.

Parishes adjacent to Shipston on Stour

Historical Descriptions

The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870

SHIPSTON-ON-STOUR, a small town and a parish in Worcestershire, a sub-district partly also in Warwickshire, and a district partly likewise in Gloucestershire, but all registrationally in Warwickshire. The town stands on the river Stour, 6 miles E of Chipping-Campden r. station; is a seat of petty sessions and a polling place; had once a large manufacture of shag; and has now a head post-office, a banking office, two chief inns, a church built in 1855, three dissenting chapels, an endowed school with £42 a year, a workhouse, and charities £124. A weekly market is held on Saturday; a cattle-market, once a-month; and cattle fairs, on the 3d Tuesday of April, 22 June, and the Tuesday after 10 Oct. The parish was a township of Tredington till the time of George I., and comprises 1,198 acres. Real property, £7,228; of which £83 are in gasworks. Pop. in 1861, 1,760,-of whom 99 were in the workhouse. Houses, 376. The manor belongs to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. A superior breed of sheep is reared. The living is a rectory, united with Tidmington, in the diocese of Worcester. Value, £700. Patrons, Jesus College, Oxford, two turns, and the Dean and Chapter of Worcester, one turn. The sub-district contains nine parishes. Acres, 17,021. Pop., 5,064. Houses, 1,114. The district comprehends also the sub-districts of Halford, Moreton, and Campden; and comprises 78,899 acres. Poor rates in 1863, £9,676. Pop. in 1851, 20,651; in 1861, 19,852. Houses, 4,468. Marriages in 1863, 130; births, 645, of which 56 were illegitimate; deaths, 314, of which 119 were at ages under 5 years, and 15 at ages above 85. Marriages in the ten years 1851-60, 1,388; births, 6,353; deaths, 3,986. The places of worship, in 1851, were 34 of the Church of England, with 10,234 sittings; 2 of Independents, with 365 s.; 7 of Baptists, with 1,226 s.; 3 of Quakers, with 840 s.; 14 of Wesleyans with 1,625 s.; 4 of Primitive Methodists, with 466 s.; and 2 of Roman Catholics, with 172 s. The schools were 36 public day schools, with 2,422 scholars; 22 private day schools, with 349 s.; 34 Sunday schools, with 2,615 s. and 1 evening school for adults, with 8 s.

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

Shipston-on-Stour, a parish and market-town in the upper division of the hund. of Oswaldslow, union of Shipston-on-Stour, county of Worcester; 30 miles east-south-east of Worcester. Acres 1,300. Houses 369. A. P. £4,233. Pop., in 1801, 1,293; in 1831, 1,632. Living, a rectory with that of Tidmington, in the archd. and dio. of Worcester; rated at £5 7s. 8½d.; gross income £700. Tithes commuted in 1840. Patrons, the dean and chapter of Worcester, and the principal and fellows of Jesus’ college, Oxford, alternately. The Baptists, Wesleyan Methodists, and Society of Friends, have places of worship here; and there are 10 daily and 3 Sunday schools. Charities, in 1833, £165 19s. per annum, part of which was applied in education. Poor rates, in 1838, £807 3s. The Shipston-on-Stour poor-law union comprehends 37 parishes, embracing an area of 125 square miles; with a population returned, in 1831, at 19,030. The average annual expenditure on the poor of this district, during the three years preceding the formation of the union, was £12,972. Expenditure, in 1840, £9,046 16s. The town is said to derive its name from having formerly been a great market for sheep. It is situated on the river Stour, and within 2 miles of the Stratford and Moreton railway. It has no manufactures of any consequence, but considerable local trade. Friday is market-day; and fairs for horses, cows, and sheep, are held on June 22d, and Tuesday after October 10th. Here are a branch of the Stourbridge and Kidderminster banking company; also of the Warwick and Leamington banking company. The dean and chapter of Worcester, who possess the manorial rights, hold a court annually, when a constable is appointed. Shipston is one of the polling-places for the eastern division of the county.

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

Worcestershire Delineated C. and J. Greenwood 1822

Shipston-upon-Stour – a market town, in the hundred of Oswaldslow, upper division, detached from the county, having Gloucestershire on one side, and Warwickshire on the other; containing 314 inhabited houses. Its name is descriptive of its situation upon the river, and its having been one of the largest sheep markets in the kingdom. Here was formerly a large manufacture of shags, carried on by a Mr. Harte, who left a considerable property to his nephew, on condition that he should continue to carry on the concern for the benefit of the place, but which he soon declined. The living is a rectory, with Tidmington annexed; Rev. John Jones, D.D. incumbent; instituted 1795; patron, Dean and Chapter of Worcester, one turn, and Jesus College, Oxford, two turns. Population, 1801, 1293 – 1811, 1377 – 1821, 1562.

Source: orcestershire Delineated: Being a Topographical Description of Each Parish, Chapelry, Hamlet, &c. In the County; with the distances and bearings from their respective market towns, &c. By C. and J. Greenwood. Printed by T. Bensley, Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, 1822.

Laird Description of Worcestershire 1814

Shipston-upon-Stour, whose name is descriptive of its situation upon that river, is in the parish of Tredington, lying quite detached from the body of the county, and occupying an extent of nine miles in length, and nearly two in breadth, along with Tidmerton, Aldermaston, &c.

This town is situated in a very improved district, consisting in general of small fields and small farms, well cultivated; even the pastures are enclosed by neat hedge-rows; and the whole shew that considerable attention is paid to agriculture. Yet the town cannot boast much of its appearance, having a great number of small poor looking houses, with streets badly paved; whilst the stone walls, and the thatch in some places, give it a cold bleak appearance. Tredington is the mother church; of course this is but a chapel or chantry. The town formerly belonged to the priory of Worcester, and is now the property of the Dean and Chapter.

Several attempts have been made to establish manufactures, but without any permanent success. A Mr. Harte once carried on a considerable work in the manufacture of Shaggs, and is said to have realized a fortune of 20,000l; three-fourths of which he bequeathed to a nephew, an condition of his carrying on the trade for the benefit of the place, on which principle he himself is said to have done it for several years: but the nephew soon found out some more profitable mode of disposing of the money.

The Market is on Friday: and here are two annual Fairs; one on the 22d of June; the other on the first Tuesday after the 10th of October; and both for horses, cows, and sheep.

Source: A Topographical and Historical Description of the County of Worcester, by Mr. Laird. Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster Row; and George Cowie and Co. successors to Vernor, Hood, and Sharp, 31, Poultry, London. Printed circa 1814.

Marriages

Marriages at Shipston-on-Stour 1572 to 1812

Note. – The entries are contained in two volumes; the older, of unwieldy dimensions, is of parchment, and has from time to time been added to and rebound as occasion demanded, it measures 17 by 7 inches and contains 153 pages. The entries of Baptisms and Burials extend from 1572-1797, while Marriages reach from 1572-1754. The handwriting is in some instances equal to good mediaeval work, and almost all is neat and legible. Some of the Burial entries are curious enough to deserve mention, thus :-

“Georgius Rudge seipsa bombarada fellonica interfecit, 14 Jan. 1674.”
“Elizabeth Thornel, widow, was buried at ye upper end of the highway leading from Custard Land through ye plow of ground Commonly called Horsefair for having hanged herself ye day before, she was blind and 86 years of age, June 25, 1695.”
“March 15, 1695. John Wareing for his honest living I cannot but mention among the Christian dead who was by his relations put in the ground like a dog in ye Quakers Meeting House Yard.”

These extracts have been made by the Rev. J. M. Bloom, and are printed with the consent of the Rector, the Rev. D. Lloyd, after collation with the originals.

Marriages Out of Parish

Below is a list of people who were from Shipston-on-Stour but who were married in another parish.

Henry Cotterell, of Shipston-sup.-Stower, & Anne Rose, of Ilmington, lic. 27 June 1665 at North & Middle Littleton, Worcestershire.

Parish Records

FamilySearch Catalog – Free

Cemeteries

Cemetery records, 1865-1876 Author: Shipston-on-Stour (Worcestershire). Burial Authority

Records of Shipston-on-Stour Author: Bloom, J. Harvey (James Harvey), b.1860

Worcestershire churchyard inscriptions ..

Census

Census returns for Shipston-on-Stour, 1841-1891

Church history

An history of Methodism in Shipston-on-Stour Author: Drinkwater, P.; Mayo, F. W.

Church Records

Births, 1783-1836 Author: Baptist Church (Shipston-on-Stour, Worcester)

Bishop’s transcripts for Shipston-on-Stour, 1608-1700 Author: Church of England. Parish Church of Shipston-on-Stour (Worcestershire)

Marriages at Shipton-on-Stour, 1571-1812 Author: Church of England. Parish Church of Shiptons-on-Stour (Worcestershire); Phillimore, W. P. W. (William Phillimore Watts), 1853-1913; Carter, W. F. (William Fowler), b. 1856

Parish register transcripts of Shiptons-on-Stour, 1572-1806. Author: Church of England. Parish Church of Shiptons-on-Stour (Worcestershire)

Parish registers for Shipston-on-Stour, 1538-1933 Author: Church of England. Parish Church of Shipston-on-Stour (Worcestershire)

Records of Shipston-on-Stour Author: Bloom, J. Harvey (James Harvey), b.1860

Records, 1650-1857 Author: Society of Friends. Warwickshire South Monthly Meeting (England)

Society of Friends burial records for Worcester and Warwick Counties, England : 1865-1921

Society of Friends, Shipston-on-Stour, church records, 1607-1814. Author: Society of Friends. Shipston-on-Stour Monthly Meeting (England)

Parish register printouts of Shipston on Stour, Worcester, England, christenings, 1727-1876 Author: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Department

Parish register printouts of Shipston-on-Stour, Worcester, England ; christenings, 1777-1814 Author: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Department

History

Soliloquies of Old Shipston : being (to some extent) an history of the market town of Shipston upon Stower in the county of Worcester Author: Drinkwater, P.

Land and property

A directory of the manor of Shipston-on-Stour 1793 : reconstructed from the survey of John Claridge and rolls of the manor courts Author: Tolson, J. A. S.

Probate records – Indexes

Index to wills proved in peculiars, 1712-1788

Directories

Online Directories

Bentley’s Directory of Shipston-upon-Stour 1840 – Archive.org

Directory Transcriptions

Shipston upon Stour, Brails & Neighbourhoods Pigot and Co’s National Commercial Directory 1835

Shipston upon Stour is a market town, in the parish of its name, forming, with the parishes of Tidmington and Tredington, a detached portion of the upper division of the hundred of Oswaldslow, county of Worcester; the town of Shipston being locally situate in the hundred of Kington, county of Warwick; 83 miles N. W. by W. from London, 33 S. S. E. from Birmingham, 29 S. by E. from Worcester, 16 S. by W. from Warwick, and 6 N. by E. from Moreton-in-the-Marsh, in Gloucestershire. As its name implies, it is seated on the river Stour, within two miles of the railway from Stralford upon Avon to Moreton; and its prefix is derived from having been formerly one of the largest markets for sheep in the kingdom; but, at the present period, it is a place of little trade. The dean and chapter of Worcester, who possess the manorial rights, hold a court-leet annually, at which a constable is chosen. Shipston is appointed, under the new Boundary Act (an appendage to the Reform Bill), one of the polling stations, at the election of members to represent, in parliament, the eastern division of the county of Worcester.
The places of worship are, the parish church, dedicated to St. Edmund, and chapels for baptists, Wesleyan methodists, and the society of friends. The living of Shipston is a rectory, with the perpetual curacy of Tidmington annexed, in the patronage of the dean and chapter of Worcester, and of the principal and fellows of Jesus’ College, Oxford; the former presenting to every third vacancy: the Rev. William Evans is the present incumbent. Endowments for the instruction of children were bequeathed by John Pittway in 1706, and by George Marshall in 1747; and there are various small bequests for the poor of the town. The country around Shipston is fertile, rather hilly, and presenting, at several points, some pleasing and extensive views. The market is held on Saturday; and the fairs on the third Tuesday in April, the 22nd of June, the last Tuesday in August, and the first Tuesday after the 10th of October. The parish contained, by the census for 1821, 1,562 inhabiiants, and by that for 1831, 1,632; being an increase, in thirty years, of 339 persons.
Brails is a parish, in the division of its name, of the hundred of Kington, county of Warwick: the village, which is four miles E. by S. from Shipston, is very pleasantly situate, being surrounded by a country abouuding with pasture aud other land, highly cultivated. A manufactory for shag, belonging to Messrs. Gilletts’, is the only establishment, in a commercial point of view, worth mentioning. The church, which is dedicated to St. George, is a stone structure, with a tower, containing a peal of six bells. The living is vicarage, in the patronage of J. Bailey, Esq.: the present incumbent is the Rev. Cornwall Smalley, and his curate the Rev. George Cromwell. The charities consist of a free school, endowed in the 23rd year of Elizabeth, for boys; a charity school for girls, and one for infants. The parish contained, in 1821, 1,233 inhabitants, and in 1831, 1,272.
POST OFFICE, Shipston, Richard Brain, Post Master.— Letters from London and the South arrive (by mail cart) from Chipping Norton every morning at seven, and are despatched every evening at seven — Letters from the North arrive (by mail cart) from Birmingham every evening at seven, and are despatched every morning at seven.

GENTRY AND CLERGY.

Brain Miss Hannah, Shipston
Cromwell Rev. George, Brails
Diokins William, esq. Sherington
Eastcourt Rev. Edmund, Wolford
Evans Rev. William, Shipston
Findon Mrs. Ann, Shipston
Freeman Mrs. Jane, Shipston
Hodgkin the Misses Mary and Susannah, Shipston
Miles Mrs. Ann, Shipston
Nicholl Rev. T. Cherington
Parry Mr. Thomas, Shipston
Phillips Sir George, bart. Weston house
Sheldon Edward, esq. M. P. Brails house
Snow Rev. Thomas, Tidmington
Wright Mrs. Mary, Shipston

Academies & Schools.

Free School (boys’), Brails— J. Long, master
Girls’ Charity, Brails— Isabella Attwoode, mistress
Hemmings Mary Ann (boarding) Shipston
Hoult Robert, Shipston
Infants’ School, Brails — Winifred Pickering, mistress
Poollin John, Museum academy
Savage Mary, Shipston
Snow Margaret (boarding) Shipston
Turner Sarah (preparatory) Shipston

Attorneys.

Banister Edward, Shipston
Bellamy John B. Shipston
Clarke John Henry, Shipston
Findon Frederick Francis, Shipston
Nail George, Shipston

Bakers & Flour Dealers.

Coleman John, Shipston
Jarrett Stephen, Shipston
Stephens Richard, Shipston

Bankers.

Cobb Timothy, Timothy Rhodes & Edward — (draw on Jones, Loyd & Co. London)— Thomas Wells, agent
Stourbridge & Kidderminster Banking Company (branch of) — (draw on Smith, Payne and Smiths, London)

Blacksmiths.

Hands John, Shipston
Hands Thomas, Shipston
Sadler William, Shipston
Sturch William, Shipston

Booksellers & Stationers

Colbourne Jane Wright, Shipston
White Samuel, Shipton

Boot & Shoe Makers,

Bailey John, Brails
Banner John, Shipston
Bolton Thomas, Shipston
Cockhill Richard, Shipston
Gibbs William, Shipston
Marshall Charles, Shipston

Braziers And Tin-Plate Workers.

Colbourne Robert, Shipston
Lovett Robert, Shipston
Savage Thomas, Shipston

Butchers.

Gillett Edmund, Shipston
Grimmett Timothy, Shipston
Hawks Francis, Shipston
Hunt George, Shipston
White John, Brails
Wiggin Solomon, Shipston
Worrall Robert, Shipston

Chymists & Druggists.

Hemmings Willliam, Shipston
Sale Henry, Shipston
Wilson Charles, Shipston

Curriers And Leather Cutters.

Lyne William, Shipston
White John Higgins, Shipston

Fire, &C. Office Agents.

County, John Hy. Clarke.Shipston
Phoenix, Thomas Parry, Shipston

Grocers & Tea Dealers.

(See also Shopkeepers, &c.)
Badger Richard (& tallow chandler) Shipston
Hemmings William, Shipston
Sale Henry, Shipston
Sturch Joseph, Shipston

Hat Manufacturers.

Chadband Henry, Shipston
Richardson Stephen, Shipston

Inns.

Bell, Thomas Payne, Shipston
George (& posting) John Starling, Shipston
White Horse (& posting, & excise office), Richard Brain, Shipston

Joiners.

Gardner Robert, Shipston
King David, Shipston
Parker George, Shipston
Slatter Joseph, Shipston

Linen & Woollen Draprs.

Badger John, Shipston
Clayton Richard, Shipston
Davis Thomas & Richard (& grocer) Brails
Greenhill John, Shipston
Hall & Clarke, Shipston
Rogers John, Shipston

Maltsters.

Hemmings Daniel, Shipston
Jarrett Stephen, Shipston
Marshall William, Shipston
Stephens Richard, Shipston

Milliners & Dress Makrs.

Cooke Caroline Mary, Shipston
Savage Mary, Shipston
Smith Ann, Shipston
Summerton Rose, Shipston

Painters, Plumbers And Glaziers.

Pimm William, Shipston
Sheldon Joseph, Shipston
Worrall Eleanor, Shipston

Patten Makers.

Chamberlain Thomas, Shipston
Lovett Ann, Shipston
Simmonds William, Shipston

Saddlers And Harness Makers.

Dowdeswell Samuel, Shipston
Payne Thomas, Shipston
Prew Richard, Shipston
Ray Thomas, Shipston

Shag Manufacturers.

Gillett Joseph & William, Brails

Shopkeepers & Dealrs In Groceries & Sundries.

Field Samuel, Brails
Freeman Edward, Shipston
Gardner William, Shipston
Godson Edward, Shipston
Greenhill Thomas, Brails
Grimes Ann, Shipston
Hawks Francis, Shipston
Knott John, Shipston
Lyne Jane, Shipston
Parker George, Shipston
Sturch Charlotte, Shipston
Watcham Robert, Shipston

Surgeons.

Collier Frederick, Shipston
Horniblow William, Shipston
Smiles William, Shipston
Wright Edward Welchman, M. D., Shipston

Tailors.

Ashfield James, Shipston
Baldwin Joseph, Shipston
Godson Edward, Shipston
Godson Thomas, Brails
Hyde Thomas, Shipston
Potter Daniel, Shipston

Taverns & Public Houses.

Black Bear, William Hands; Shipston
Black Swan, Daniel Hemmings,Shipston
Coach & Horses, Jeremiah Howse, Shipston
Crown, William Marshall, Shipston
Falstaff, William Pimm, Shipston
George, James Baldwin, Brails
Harrow, Joseph Harrison, Shipston
Horse Shoe, George Blackall, Shipston
Plough, Thomas Wood, Shipston
Red Horse, Elizabeth Marshall, Shipston
Talbot, Thomas Gardner, Shipston
Unicorn, Robert Watcham, Shipston
White Bear, John Green, Shipston

Retailers of Beer.

Hopkins William, Shipston
King David, Shipston
King William, Shipston
Savage William, Brails
Strong John, Shipston
Usher James, Shipston

Watch & Clock Makers.

Best Henry, Shipston
Wells George, Shipston
Wells Thomas, Shipston

Miscellaneous.

Baldwin James, brewer, Brails
Blackwell John, cooper, Shipston
Bradley Richard, haberdasher, Shipston
Calloway Thomas, glover, Shipston
Churchley John, basket maker, Shipston
Colbourn Robert, ironmonger and stamp distributer, Shipston
Coopper Thomas, cooper, Shipston
Day Emanuel, gardener, &c. Shipston
Gillett Thomas, hosier, Shipston
Grafton John, tanner, Shipston
Hendley Thomas, stone mason, Shipston
Henshaw Stephen, steelyard makr, Shipston
Hughes Jos. rope & twine maker, Shipston
Insall William, auctioneer and surveyor, Shipston
Mace William, china, glass, &c. dealer, Shipston
Marklew Thomas, architect, &c. Shipston
Milligan Alex, stay maker, Shipston
Phillips Edward, fellmonger, Shipston
Salmon Thomas, wheelwright, Shipston
Stephens William, miller, Shipston
Whitford Edward, hair dresser, Shipston

COACHES.

To LONDON, the Union (from Shrewsbury) calls at the George Inn, every evening at half-past seven— the Tantivy (from Birmingham) every forenoon at a quarter before eleven; and the Erin-go-bragh calls at the White Horse, every night at twelve; all go through Woodstock and Oxford.
To BIRMINGHAM, the Tantivy (from London) calls at the White Horse, every afternoon at half-past four, & the Erin-go-bragh, every afternoon at half-past two; both go thro’ Straftord-on-Avon.
To SHREWSBURY, the Union (from London) calls at the George, every morning at three; goes thro’ Stratford, Birmingham and Wolverhampton.

CARRIERS.

To LONDON & BIRMINGHAM, — Jolly’s Waggons from the White Horse, daily
To BANBURY, George Godson & Joseph Bailey, from the White Horse, every Tuesday and Saturday
To BIRMINGHAM, — Eggleston, from the Plough, and Robert Nicholes, from his house, every Tuesday.
To CAMPDEN, Joseph Penson, from the White Bear, every Satuiday.
To CHIPPING NORTON, John Ward, from the Black Bear, every Tuesday and Saturday— and — Eggleston, from the Plough, every Saturday.
To STRATFORD-UPON-AVON, Wm. Coldecote, from his house, every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday — Robert Nicholes, from his house, every Tuesday — and Joseph Penson, from the White Bear, every Saturday.
To WARWICK, Robert Nicholes, from his house, every Saturday.

Source: Pigot and Co’s National Commercial Directory 1835.

Shipston-upon-Stour Lewis Worcestershire Directory 1820

Shipston-upon-Stour, a Market Town in a detached part of the county, surrounded by Warwickshire, 5 miles from Moreton, and 83 from London, containing 270 houses and 1293 inhabitants. Its name derives from its situation on the river Stour, and its being noted formerly as one of the greatest sheep markets in the kingdom. The town has no trade of any consequence, but has a tolerable good market on Fridays, and two fairs animally, viz. an the 22nd of June and the Tuesday after the 10th of October. It is a Vicarage with Tidmington annexed, and the Patrons are the Dean and Chapter of Worcester and Jesus College, Oxford, by turns.

DIRECTORY.

A.

Adams George, Mason
Adams Thomas, Mason
Allen William, Clerk
Alliband Thomas, Victualler
Ashfield William, sen. Victualler
Ashfield William, jun. Victualler

B.

Badger Richard, Chandler
Barrister Edward, Solicitor
Batsford John, Butcher
Bellamy J. B. Solicitor
Bolton Thomas, Shoemaker
Bonner Benjamin, Shopkeeper
Brain Richard, Farmer
Brain Richard, jun. Victualler
Brown Rev. Robert

C.

Caldicot William, Higler
Callaway Thomas, Breeches Maker
Callaway Edward, Victualler
Carpenter Elizabeth, Victualler
Chadband Henry, Hatter
Chamberlain Joseph, Shoemaker
Cherry Edward, Land Surveyor
Churchley John, Basket Maker
Clark Mrs. Gentlewoman
Cockbill William, Farmer
Colbourne Catherine, Stationer
Colbourne Robert, Brazier
Coleman John, Baker
Cook Martha, Shopkeeper
Cook John, Carpenter
Cook William, Blacksmith
Cooper William, Blacksmith
Cooper William, Victualler
Coulling Edward, Farmer

D.

Day Joseph, Gardener
Devonshire Elizabeth. Gentlewoman
Dove John, Surgeon
Dowdeswell Samuel, Saddler

E.

Eden Joseph, Farmer
Ellaway William, Victualler
Ellis John, Mason

F.

Findon Francis, Solicitor
Flower Honourable Catherine
Fowler J. P. Draper
Fox Richard, Currier
Freeman Jane, Draper
Freeman John, Hatter
Freeman William, Shoemaker

G.

Gardner Robert, Carpenter
Gardner William, Carpenter
Gibbs William, Shoemaker
Gillett J. Gentleman
Gillett Mrs. Ladies Seminary
Gillett Samuel, Hosier
Grimes Thomas, Mason
Groves Francis, Woolstapler
Groves Ann, Farmer
Groves Samuel, Farmer

H.

Hale William, Victualler
Halford Robert, Butcher
Hall Richard, Shoemaker
Hall Jonathan, Draper
Hands William, Blacksmith
Hawker Francis, Butcher
Hemming Sarah, Shopkeeper
Hemming Thomas, Butcher
Herbert William, Gardener
Heynes William, Glazier
Higgens John, Gentleman
Higgens William, Hatter
Higgens John, Hatter
Hodgkins Misses, Gentlewomen
Horniblow John, Surgeon
Horniblow William, Surgeon
Hughes William, Flax Dresser
Hyde Thomas, Draper

I.

Insull William, Land Surveyor and Auctioneer

J.

Jones Rev. John, D. D.

K.

Keitley – Tanner
Kibble Thomas, Poulterer
King Bertha
King David, Victualler
Knott John, Shopkeeper

L.

Lord Elizabeth, Gentlewoman
Lyne John, Carpenter
Lyne William, Currier

M.

Marshall Edmund, Shoemaker
Marshall William, Victualler
Marshall Stephen, Victualler
Mayors William, Victualler
Miles Joseph, Hatter
Mumford William, Excise Officer

N.

Nelson William, Victualler
Newbould Thomas, Druggist
Newland John, Glazier
Newman George, Victualler
Nicholl Edward, Wheelwright

P.

Parker John, Carpenter
Parker George, Carpenter
Parker Samuel, Carpenter
Parry Thomas, Auctioneer
Paul Elizabeth, Druggist
Perver Thomas, Gardener
Potter Daniel, Tailor
Pratt Thomas, Farmer
Prew Richard, Collar Maker
Prickett John, Victualler
Pritchard Miss, Gentlewoman

R.

Ray Thomas, Saddler
Reeve John, Victualler
Robbins William, Clothier

S.

Sabin Thomas, Gentleman
Salmon Thomas, Wheelwright
Shirley James, Saddler
Simms Sampson, Clothier
Snow Thomas, Tanner
Stanley Richard, Mason
Starling John, Victualler
Stephens Thomas, Miller
Strong John, Shoemaker
Sturch Williams, Baker
Sturch Joseph, Chandler
Summerton Walter Wheelwright

T.

Tappin Elizabeth, Victualler
Truby Thomas, Hatter

W.

Watford Thomas, Baker
Ward William, Hay Trusser
Wells James, Watchmaker
White John, Currier
White William, Weaver
Williams John, Excise Officer
Williams Ann, Shopkeeper
Wilson Thomas, Hair Dresser
Wise George, Weaver
Wright E. W. M. D.
Wright Marry, Gentlewoman
Source: S Lewis Worcestershire General and Commercial Directory for 1820.

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.

Bellamy John Byrkin, Shipston-upon-Stour, Woreestershirc, scrivener, March 16, 1827.
Freeman Jane, Shipston-upon-Stour, Worcestershire, draper, Nov. 23, 1832.
Halford George, Shipston-upon-Stour, Worcestersh., auctioneer, May 20, 1823.
Morgan Mich., Shipston-upon-Stour, Worcestersh., linen draper, Sept. 15, 1829.
Snow Thomas, Shipston-upon-Stonr, Worcestershire, tanner, Sept. 15, 1826.
Wilson Edward; and Myrry Wilson; Shipston-upon-Stour, Worcestershire, butchers, July 5, 1833.

Administration

  • County: Worcestershire
  • Civil Registration District: Shipston on Stour
  • Probate Court: Court of the Peculiar of the Rector of Tredington with Shipston upon Stour
  • Diocese: Worcester
  • Rural Deanery: Kineton
  • Poor Law Union: Shipston on Stour
  • Hundred: Oswaldslow
  • Province: Canterbury

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