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Cam, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Cam is an Ancient Parish in the county of Gloucestershire. Parish church: Parish registers begin: 1569 Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational and Wesleyan Methodist. Parishes adjacent to Cam Breadstone Berkeley Dursley Stinchcombe Uley Slimbridge Coaley Historical Descriptions The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870 CAM, a parish in Dursley district, Gloucester; on the Cam rivulet and...

Marriages at Cam 1800 to 1804

Thomas Cratchley, p. Owlpen, & Elizabeth Bennett, this p., 28 Jan. 1800 William Hopton Hadley & Hannah Cox, lic., 1 Apr. 1800 John Webb & Ann Millard, 13 Apr. 1800 William Herbert, p. Slimbridge, & Mary Bendall, this p., 15 Apr. 1800

Marriages at Cam 1805 to 1809

Thomas Nicholls & Sarah Evans, 2 May 1805 William Summers & Edith Parslow, 5 July 1805 Enoch Summers & Lydia Hill, 11 Aug. 1805 Thomas Lewton, of Dursley, & Lucina Whittard, this p., lic., 20 Aug. 1805

Marriages at Cam 1810 to 1812

Thomas Kilminster & Maria Summers, 12 June 1810 James Bendall & Hannah Malpas, lic., 13 Sept. 1810 James Martin & Hannah Worlock, lic., 27 Sept. 1810 William Webb, p. Painswick, & Elizabeth Minett, this p., 16 Oct. 1810

Cam Bennetts Business Directory 1899

Alder T. general dealer, Chapel st. Barker C, joiner and furniture dealer Bennett J, miller, &c., Cam Flour Mills Berkeley Arms – H Hadley, proprietor Bradshaw Mrs, grocer & provision dealer Cam Institute stores, grocers, tea dealers, provision mchts and drapers –W Pridmore, manager. Huntley & Palmer’s and Peek Freemen’s biscuits. A carefully selected stock...