Winterbourne St Michael Parish Records 1820 – 1829 Baptisms & Burials
The Baptisms and Burials recorded here are transcribed from a volume entitled Baptisms & Burials in the Parish of Winterbourne in the County of Gloucester. 1820 - 1829.
[For Marriages in this period, see separate section of this document.]
Abbreviations used: om = Officiating Minister. Rec = Rector. dau = daughter. Square brackets = [not clearly written]
Winterbourne is nearly always spelt Winterbourn in the original register, but the modern spelling is used here.
A number of places are always recorded as being in the parish of Winterbourn; these are – Watley's End, Hambrook, White’s Hill, Frenchay.
Page 1 contains a list entitled: Rectors of the Parish of Winterbourn.
1607 Richard Brydges
John Griffiths died January 25th 1697.
William Cary died January 1759. 45 years Rector.
Saunders died February 1777. 18 years Rector.
Edward Warneford died February 1795. 18 years Rector.
Nathaniel Moore died November 1798. 3 years rector.
Samuel Parker died September 8th 1826. 28 years Rector.
When Child’s Christian Parents Christian Surname Abode Quality, Trade By whom ceremony
Baptised Name Name or Profession was performed.
Baptisms in the year 1820:
1820 Jan 2 bap George son of Henry & Sarah Tyler Hambrook Smith JW Jones, Curate.