Wrington village records

studies of the history of a Somerset village.
  • 119 Pages
  • 0.83 MB
  • English
Bristol University (Department of Extra-Mural Studies
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL21637408M

Wrington is a village unusually rich in records: its own parish records, those in the Bristol and the Somerset Records Offices and others in private hands. Some have been printed by the Somerset Records Society.

Wrington village records: studies of the history of a Somerset village: Author: University of Bristol. Dept. of Extra-Mural Studies: Edition: reprint: Publisher: University of Bristol (Department of Extra-Mural Studies), Length: pages: Subjects.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wrington village records. Bristol, University of Bristol (Department of Extra-Mural Studies), Source: original MSS., Wrington Parish Records.

This small book has been called a pocketbook, since it appears to be the rough draft accounts kept for a few years by John Green, an Overseer of the Poor in the parish of Wrington. Wrington Village Records Studies of the history of a Somerset Village Churchwardens' account book, - Pages 29 - Source: Churchwardens' Accounts, vol.

1 (Wrington Parish Records): original MS. This book contains the Annual Accounts of the churchwardens of the parish of Wrington from the year to The accounts are written.

Wrington Village Records Studies of the history of a Somerset Village Churchwardens' account book, - Pages 34 - At this time the churchwardens appear to be having trouble with absentee seatholders with non-payment of rent for seats, and from others making a personal profit by subletting their seats.

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A memorandum is therefore added. Hannah More Flower Festival Photo Album Book 3 Wrington Lillian Millard Hannah More Fair Life of Hannah More Seeley, Jackson, & HallidayLondon Hannah More Good Wrington & Redhill Village Journal Census Wrington Copy Public Records Office London Reference Good.

Wrington Churches Archdeacons official minute book Wrington Parish Church Accounts PCC Minute Book Burrington Controversy between Mrs Hannah More & the Curate of BlagdonThomas Bere Wrington village records book Jordan London Feast of freedom or the abolition.

A Guide to Wrington village records book Archives By Susan Dunn Morua, Joyce Smith, Veronica Thorn. 2 Table of Contents Parish Records, Alternative services, listed buildings, London Gazettefrom various books and records re All Saints from ’s to 20th Century Folder 21 A – Y.

There are however no records whatsoever relating to the presence of any kind of dissenting chapel untilwhen a Meeting House (now the Meeting House Farm) was erected on the Wrington Hill, a mile north-east from the village.

John WHITING, a Quaker from Wrington, was imprisoned in Ilchester Goal for preaching in the s, and wrote a book entitled “Prosecution. THE EARLY DEEDS OF WRINGTON Source: The Glastonbury Chartulary (Somerset Records Society) passim.

These are a group of documents from the book of title deeds kept by Glastonbury Abbey. The whole group relates to Wrington, which was the property of the Abbey from the 1Oth century.

Wrington Village Records Studies of the history of a Somerset Village Wrington Friendly Society Pages 65 - Sources: A bundle of printed papers in the Wrington Parish Records, comprising Rules, ; Annual Statements of Accounts,and Wrington, a village and a parish in Somerset.

The village stands on a hill-slope, 3¾ miles SE of Yatton station on the G.W.R., and 6½ NNE of Axbridge. It was once a market-town and a seat of petty sessions, and has a post, money order, and telegraph office and two reading-rooms.

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From the June Issue of Wrington Village Journal Farming and food production has always been an important part of Wrington Village life. Ways of doing things may change, and the people doing it might alter, but the majority of the Parish area is still used for food production in one way or another.

Consider dairy farming. Roy Clements will tell you - fifty years ago there. Assistant Priest Revd Andrew Hemming M with responsibility Eleuthera, Garston Lane, for Christ Church, Redhill Blagdon, BS40 7TF. village organisations, including the churches, having to adjust, although still bravely listing Easter services Wrington Vale Rotary Club Youth Speaks Competition.

The Wrington website went on-line in December, and currently contains over 2, pages images. The average number of hits is over 2, per month, with over 2, page Homepage has links to general interest pages like News, Village Directory, Maps, Schmoose, Village Journal &c.

Menus take you to specific Index pages, like. Winford, Blessed Virgin Mary & St Peter Parish Registers PARISH INTRODUCTION + Wikiwand BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS +. Village Hall amnnMessy Church Easter Garden Work shop @ All Saints’ 12 April EASTER DAY NO Messy Church Details of our Easter services are displayed elsewhere in The Journal 21April 7pm Wrington APCM in All Saints’ 23 April 5pm Butcombe APCM in Butcombe Village Hall 30 April pm.

Wrington Village Alliance November 7, The North Somerset Villages Alliance (NSVA) are conducting a survey of traffic hot spots between Churchill/ Congresbury and Bristol to ensure that the future development of the proposed Mendip Spring Garden Village ( houses) is sustainable rather than adding to existing traffic ers: Description ' January 7th.

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Specification and Contract for Building a lock up house at Wrington joining to Mr. Jos. Durhams. A Double inch Oak Door with large head nails, Oak Frame to ditto 4 X 4, two inch Oak doors for the cells. pressures’ – The Wrington Village Alliance (residents group) Mr Shail Patel addressed the meeting on behalf of Wrington Village Alliance (a copy of the slide presentation is available in the Minute Book).

He invited questions from the floor on File Size: KB. The book contains a biography of the doctor, a timeline of the events in his life, a history of the development of reservoir fly fishing in England and a survey of the tackle in use at that time.

That is followed by information about Wrington village where he lived, about Blagdon Lake which he fished and there is a record of his celebrated Alvis. WELCOME TO Wrington thru the Lens Wrington Thru the Lens, is a community project bringing together photographs, postcards and images that tell the story of Wrington’s social and industrial history.

Over the next few years, a group of local volunteers aim to gather and scan photographs borrowed from private collections and publicly available material, to create a digital archive of Wrington.

The County presents the information on this web site as a service to the public. We have tried to ensure that the information contained in this electronic search system is accurate. County makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content at this site or at other sites to which we link.

From Wrington Rectory ST MICHAEL’S, BUTCOMBE Every 1st Sunday of the Month 9am [email protected] in the Village Hall HOLY TRINITY, BURRINGTON Every 1st Friday of the Month am Burrington Community Coffee Morning in the Village Hall UPCOMING EVENTS 1 July 10am-5pm Wrington Garden Trail - see posters for further details.

Includes index. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Annotations in pencil and colored pencil on some maps. Map of east Oakdale Township (28 cm.) taped on t.p. verso. Vendor: John Carbonell (eBay auction) Acquisitions control no.

Wrington Annual Parish Meeting 29 April 1 WRINGTON ANNUAL PARISH MEETING Held on 29 April in the Memorial Hall, Silver Street, Wrington, BS40 5QE _____ The Parish Council Chairman, Cllr David Glynn, opened the meeting at pm. Upcoming Events: Thu, May 14th: Slavery and the Country Houses of the West Country C ANCELLED; Thu, Jul 9th: Makers of Bristol.

A tour of Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol. Thu, Sep 10th: Arnos Vale; Now and Then; Books For Sale. Discover Wrington with the help of your friends. Search for restaurants, hotels, museums and more.

An excellent description of these maps can be found by visiting the Links page, clicking on the “Wrington Village Records” site and going to page These maps dating from represent the earliest available detailed maps of the parishes of Wrington and Burrington. They were commissioned by the Rt Hon William Pulteney to cover surveys of.

To confirm and sign as a true record the minutes of the meeting held 15 May The minutes were signed as a true record. book. This was received and noted. To agree to take on the hosting costs (around £ a year) for the Wrington village website when Richard Thorn gives it up.

Resolved: to agree to take on the hosting costs. c) To. 3. To confirm and sign as a true record the minutes of the meeting held 19 July The minutes were agreed and signed as a true record.

4. To adjourn the meeting for Public Participation. PCSO Turner addressed the Council in relation to a suggested recent spike in crime in Wrington. She advised that there had been an increase in crime during.