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Gloucestershire

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

 

Quarterly Meeting Records

  • Gloucestershire QM (1668-1788)
  • Gloucestershire & Wiltshire (1788-1868)
  • Western General Meeting (from 1868)

QM Digests: Gloucestershire & Wiltshire

  • Births 1642-1837
  • Marriages 1656-1836
  • Burials 1655-1837 

See also Warwick, Leicester & Rutland for Stow & Campden MM and Bristol & Somerset for Bristol MM

The Monthly Meetings involved were Westbury (Forest) which was dissolved before 1750, Stoke Orchard (united with Gloucester 1755), Gloucester, Nailsworth and Frenchay. Gloucester & Nailsworth Monthly Meetings were united in 1854. Frenchay MM joined Bristol and Somerset Quarterly Meeting in 1868 and was united with Bristol MM in 1870.

Stow and Campden MM, comprising the PMs at Stow on the Wold and Chipping Campden, was united to Warwickshire South MM in 1790. Thereafter forming part of Warwick, Leicester and Rutland QM and its successors. Register enteries may be found in either digests.

Bristol Friends formed Bristol Two Weeks Meeting, in direct subordination to London Yearly Meeting from 1668-1784. In 1784 they reformed as Bristol MM and united with Somerset as Bristol and Somerset QM. Bristol & Frenchay MMs were united in 1870.

Gloucestershire Record Office [Gloucester]

  • Gloucestershire QM (1668-1788)
  • Gloucestershire & Wiltshire QM (1788-1868)
  • Gloucester & Nailsworth MM, its predecessors & constituent PMs
  • Local copy of Digest for Gloucestershire & Wiltshire

Friends Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF

  • Stow & Campden MM and its constituent PMs
  • Warwick, Leicester & Rutland QM and its successors
  • Local copy of Digest for Warwick, Leicester & Rutland QM

Birmingham City Archives [Birmingham]

  • microfilm copies of records held at FMH Bull Street

Worcestershire Record Office [ Fish Street, Worcester]

  • Western General Meeting from 1868

Bristol Record Office [Bristol]

  • Bristol & Somerset QM from 1784
  • Frenchay MM (1668-1869)
  • Bristol Two Weeks Meeting (1668-1784)
  • Bristol MM (1784-1869)
  • Bristol & Frenchay MM (from 1870)
  • Local copy of Digest for Bristol & Somerset QM

 

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

  

 

 

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