Guide to the parish records of the city of Bristol and the county of Gloucester



Publisher: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society in Bristol

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Statementedited by Irvine Gray and Elizabeth Ralph.
SeriesPublications of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society -- 5
ContributionsGray, Irvine., Ralph, Elizabeth, 1911-
The Physical Object
Pagination315p. :
Number of Pages315
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The road has been part of the coaching route from Bristol to Gloucester since the Middle Ages, as the name suggests, though the historic route south of it took a different route to the city centre via Cotham Road and Horfield Road, while traffic today goes via Cheltenham Road and Stokes Croft. It had become built-up along its length around Shops and traders settled on the Coordinates: Coordinates: 51°28′30″N 2°35′32″W . The Parish register of All Saints Church, Bristol, Gloucester County, England, lists baptism of three children of Thomas Hurt(e) (wife not mentioned) as follows: Ralphe Hurt, baptized Janu /07 Roger Hurt, baptized on William Hurte, baptized March 7, / Search Gloucestershire parish records dating back as far as Find Parish registers and the Church records of baptisms, marriages and burials for family tree research online. The Marriage Registers are a series of books published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Phillimore and Co. The database currently covers 26 Counties. (Pedigree traced for six generations.): Gloucester. [SW: Morris, COLLINS] Kingswood near Wotton: "Formerly a detached portion of Wiltshire; transferred to Gloucestershire, " (Kingswood near Wotton Gen-UKI, Ref: Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester; I. Gray & E. Ralph, ).

17a - Survey of the Parish of Portishead in the County of Somerset made for the purpose of equalising the Poor's Rate, by Y. and J.P. Sturge - ; 17b - Papers re Survey - nd; 18 - Terrier of the Manor of Westerleigh in the County of Gloucester, the Property of Sir John Smyth, Bart., the Rt. Hon. Lord Middleton and Edward Francis Colston, Esq. Details are given for the individual parishes of the Cities of Bristol and Gloucester. The tables are based on the eleven censuses taken beween and The area covered is essentially 'Old Gloucestershire' (that is the county as it was in ) and the City of Bristol. Probate is the legal court process by which the estate of a deceased person is distributed to his or her heirs. Probate records include wills and administrations. This article is about probate records in Gloucestershire. See England Probate Records for a general description of probate records . Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The vast majority of Gloucester County records were destroyed in fires in and This work, published as two volumes in one and spanning the period to , is the result of Polly Mason's prodigious effort to reconstruct the records of Gloucester County . For advice on similar records prior to , see our guide on General eyres. For advice on locating records from onwards see our guide to records of Criminal courts in England and Wales from Up to most assize records are in Latin. 2. The criminal court system in England and Wales until Kingswood is a village and civil parish within the Stroud district of Gloucestershire, England. It is southwest of Wotton-under-Edge and has a population District: Stroud. ^Neighbourhood Statistics - Area: Kingswood CP (Parish) Census ^, scroll to "Historical Geography"; ref. I. Gray & E. Ralph, Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester ()] ^ Archives Hub profile: Kingswood AbbeyDialling code:

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Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester; I. Gray & E. Ralph, S Handlist of Genealogical Records held at Gloucestershire Record Office () S Kelly's Directory of Worcestershire S 3 - Guide to the parish records of Bristol and Gloucestershire - BGAS records section volume V 4 - Bristol bibliography: A Catalogue of the books, pamphlets, collectanea etc relating to Bristol contained in the Central Reference Library.

The Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parish, Virginia, by Bristol Parish (Va.), Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. Publication date Publisher Priv. print. [by W.E. Jones] Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Virginia.

Bristol Parish has served Charles City, Henrico, Prince George, and Dinwiddie counties. Bristol Parish was established inincluding all the Appomattox River valley.

When Dinwiddie County was partitioned from Prince George countyBristol Parish became the parish for Dinwiddie County. Blandford Church belonged to this parish. The City of Bristol will open its popular Farmers Market on Saturday, June 20th from a.m.

p.m. in downtown across from City Hall. The markets are scheduled to continue each Saturday through October. Archives for the area will be found in Gloucester at the Gloucestershire Archives and in Bristol at the Bristol Archives and in Bristol Central Library.

Bristol has been a city and county in its own right sinceapart from the years it was part of the county of Avon (). Guide to the parish records of the city of Bristol and the county of Gloucester.

[London] Printed for the Records Section of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society [] (OCoLC) BRISTOL PARISH CHURCHES - DURING THE REFORMATION cl These records show clearly the vigorous parish life of Bristol dur­ Ralph, Guide to the Parish Recorof the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester,pp.

File Size: 3MB. "Ancient parish included Alkington, Breadstone, Hamfallow, Hinton, Ham and Stone, which all remain in (the) modern ecclesiastical parish except Stone. Alkington, Hamfallow, Hinton and Ham & Stone are all civil parishes since " (Ref: Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester; I.

Gray & E. Ralph, ). (Ref: Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester; I. Gray & E. Ralph, ) You can see the administrative areas in which Wick and Abson has been placed at times in the past. Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.

There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees. Parish records for Temple Church, Bristol are held at Bristol Archives (Ref. ) (online catalogue) including baptism, marriage, burial and burial in woollen registers.

The archive also includes records of the churchwardens, charities and nates: 51°27′07″N 2°35′13″W / °N. The vestry book and register of Bristol Parish, Virginia, Family History Library Transcript of presbytery minutes, (Presbyterian Church.

Presbytery of Donegal (Pennsylvania)) Family History Library. The Cartulary of St Augustine's Abbey, Bristol David Walker (), xxxvi + pages, 2 maps: ISBN Out of Print: Original Acta of St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, C.

Robert B. Patterson (), lxi + pages, 44 plates: ISBN Out of Print: Cheltenham Probate Records, George, St, a parish in Gloucestershire, lying on the river Avon, 2 miles E of Bristol, and within the parliamentary borough of Bristol; contains the ecclesiastical districts of Easton, St Matthew Moorefields, and Two-Mile-Hill; and has a post, money order, and telegraph office (R.S.O., Gloucestershire).

The parish is governed by a local board. (Ref: Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and the County of Gloucester; I. Gray & E. Ralph, ) "MEYSEY HAMPTON, (or Maiseyhampton), a parish in the hundred of Crowthorne, county Gloucester, 6 miles E.

of Cirencester, and 2 W. of Fairford, its post town. BURIALS + Bristol & Avon Family History Society BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Archersoftware BURIALS.

Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristol and County of Gloucester, ed. Gray and E. Ralph (B.G.A.S. ) B.G.A.S. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society: B.L. British Library (used in references to documents transferred from the British Museum) Bd.

of Health Map (). Each county has headings for the 23 broad categories. If there are records to be found within the category, the heading is underlined and may be searched by clicking the heading with your mouse.

This will take you directly to the desired heading. It is also possible. First ed. published: Richmond, Va.: B.B. Minor, A history of Bristol Parish, Va.: with genealogies of families connected therewith, and historical illustrationsPages: KINGSWOOD, a village and a chapelry in Bitton parish, Gloucester.

The village stands near the Bristol and Gloucester railway, between Stapleton and Mangotsfield stations, 3½ miles NE by E of Bristol; and has a post office under Bristol.

The chapelry was constituted in Pop., 4, Houses, The property is much subdivided. Historical description. Stapleton, a village and a parish in Gloucestershire. The village stands 1½ mile N of Stapleton Road station on the G.W.R., 1½ W of Fishponds station on the M.R., and 2 miles NE of Bristol, and has a post and money order office under Fishponds (R.S.O.); telegraph office, Fishponds.

Parish Records. FamilySearch – Birth Marriage & Death records, Census, Migration & Naturalization and Military records – Free. Directories. Foy Cassey Directory of Herefordshire Foy The Post Office Directory Of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, and The City Of Bristol Maps.

Google Streetview{.ext} StreetMap{.ext. Eward, S. ed., Gloucester Cathedral Chapter act book,Gloucestershire Record Series, 21 () Guide to the parish records of the city of Bristol and the county of Gloucester, Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Records Section, 5.

This guide contains information about the registers of baptisms, marriages, banns and burials for the Churches in Gloucester City.

Over the years various churches have opened, closed, merged with others or been knocked down. The dates when a church was open is noted on each parish’s page and in the key to the map on the next page.Gloucester Archives is the repository of the town and City municipal records.

The department contains one of the most complete collections of municipal records in the U.S., beginning before the town's incorporation. The documents cover many different areas, including but not limited to: Engineers' maps; Military records dating from the.Geography.

The road is around miles ( km) long and begins as a continuation of North Street, immediately north of Bristol city centre. At the junction with Ashley Road, it then becomes Cheltenham Road, followed by Gloucester road forms part of the A38, which was once a main road north of Bristol, though long-distance traffic now takes other nates: 51°27′43″N 2°35′24″W / °N .