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Painswick, Gloucestershire Family History Guide

Painswick is an Ancient Parish and a market town in the county of Gloucestershire. Other places in the parish include: Edge, Stroud End, and Spoonbed Parish church: Parish registers begin: 1547 Nonconformists include: Independents, Baptists, Quakers, Primitive Methodists, and Roman Catholics. The Roman Catholic chapel stands at Beeches-Green, near Stroud Parishes adjacent to Painswick Sheepscombe Brookthorpe Cranham...

Marriages at Painswick 1795 to 1799

Samuel Wood & Deborah Cox, lic. 1 January 1795 Samuel Gardner & Mary Haynes 6 January 1795 Abraham Berrey & Ann Hamond 8 February 1795 Benjamin Clissold & Susanna Englestoff 24 February 1795 William Jones & Mary Tarret 3 March 1795 Samuel Hatten & Sarah Seymour 5 April 1795 Thomas Musty* & Nancy Bliss 3...

Marriages at Painswick 1800 to 1804

William Smith & Elizabeth Birt, 6 Jan. 1800 John Horlick & Hannah Ellis, 20 Jan. 1800 Richard Hains & Sarah Merrett, 20 Feb. 1800 Robert Wilks & Mary Harris, 28 Feb. 1800 James Deane, of Bisley, b., & Elizabeth Stanley, s., lic., 10 Mar. 1800 Thomas Cook & Sarah Twining, 16 Mar. 1800 John Birt...

Marriages at Painswick 1805 to 1809

Daniel Poole & Mary Reynolds, both resident, 27 Jan. 1805 James Watkins & Nancy Pitt, both resident, 7 Feb. 1805 John Hackley & Anne Selwin, both resident, 11 Feb. 1805 William Lawrence* & Ann Spring*, lic., 19 Feb. 1805 John Whatley & Elizabeth Birt, w., lic., 1 Apr. 1805 John Felling, resident, & Hannah Lawrence,...

Marriages at Painswick 1810 to 1812

Thomas Hilman, resident, & Hester Wood, 9 Jan. 1810 Thomas Chew, resident, & Hester Ricketts, 13 Feb. 1810 William Coxhead, resident, & Elizabeth Clark, 27 Feb. 1810 Charles Hanks & Sarah Hewlett, lic., 9 Apr. 1810 Thomas Jones & Mary Ann Howell, 23 Apr. 1810 William Webb & Hester Webb, 1 May 1810 Samuel Clissold,...

Painswick 1791

Painswick is a small town, but an extensive and populous parish, in which the clothing-business is carried on to a very great extent.  The church is a large Gothic building, consisting of a nave, with two aisles, three galleries, and three chancels, with a handsome altar-piece, erected in 1743. There is a quarry of a...

Painswick Gell and Bradshaw Gloucestershire Directory 1820

Baker Charles, agent and land surveyor Baylis Wm. clothier, Castle hale Baylis Edward, ditto Bayliss John, ditto Beard Thomas, cooper and pump maker Beard Henry, boot and shoe maker Beard Robert, victualler, Lamb Inn Beavins Joseph, tailor Burt Joseph, grocer and tea dealer Bliss Thomas, joiner and builder Box Mrs. Elizabeth, Butt green Bransford Edward,...