THE MILITARY SURVEY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1522, ed. R.W. Hoyle, Gloucestershire Record Series, Vol. 6, 1993; thousands of names; 2 plates, 12 tables; index of personal names; lii+265pp; 8vo; orig. cloth gilt, dust-wrapper, in very good condition. 17 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 3, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1898; copy no. 33 of only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 at Nether Swell, Stone, Mickleton, Aston Subedge, Matson, Bishop’s Cleeve, Charlton Kings, and Dorsington; vii+152pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, spine faded, a firm copy. 10 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 4, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1898; copy no. 32 of only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 at Hinton-on-the-Green, Aston Somerville, Kemerton, Lemington Parva, Buckland, Saintbury, Preston-upon-Stour, Stanton, Snowshill, Temple Guiting, Wormington, Childswickham, Weston Subedge, Guiting Power, Sutton-under-Brailes, and Todenham; vii+153pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, spine faded, a good, firm copy. 12 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 7, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1901; only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 at Cheltenham, Frampton-on-Severn, and Newington Bagpath; vii+163pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, spine faded, a good, firm copy. 10 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 13, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1908; only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 (usually) at Horton, Boxwell and Leighterton, Great Badminton, Twining, Filton, Wyck Risington, Acton Turville, Tormarton and West Littleton Chapel, Eastington, Whaddon, Brookthorpe, Southrop, and Icombe; sketch map; vii+152pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, a very good, copy. 13 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 5, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1899; copy no. 32 of only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 at Hawkesbury, Dursley, Coaley, Clifford Chambers, and Moreton-in-Marsh; vii+157pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, spine faded, a good, firm copy. 11 pounds

 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS, MARRIAGES, Vol. 6, ed. W.P.W. Phillimore, 1900; copy no. 32 of only 150 copies printed; marriages from commencement of register to 1812 at Batsford, Beverston, Standish, Quinton, Willersey, Elkstone, Ebrington, Stinchcombe, and Weston Birt; vii+155pp; 8vo; brief internal library marks, orig. green cloth gilt, spine faded, a good, firm copy. 10 pounds

 

ABSTRACTS OF INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM FOR GLOUCESTERSHIRE, RETURNED INTO THE COURT OF CHANCERY DURING THE PLANTAGENET PERIOD, PART IV: HENRY III TO 29 EDWARD I, 1236-1300,

ed. S.J. Madge, British Record Society, Vol. 30, 1903; xvi + 241 pp.; 8vo; orig. green cloth gilt, a very good copy. 10 pounds

In regular B.G.A.S. binding

 

[Manuscript]  Indenture, dated 9 December 1918, between Grace Emily Hicks, of “Cotswold”, Park Road, Gloucester, spinster, of the first part, Annie Mary Johnson, wife of Alfred Moore Johnson, of the “Grey Friars”, Harby, co. York, William Charles Hicks, of Bedford, a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Air Force, and Gordon Hicks, at present an inmate in the War Hospital, Edinburgh, a Captain in the First Hertfordshire Regiment, of the second part, and Edward Charles Townsend, of “Arsonia”, 41 Conduit Street, Gloucester, mercantile clerk, of the third part: re conveyance of “Willow Lodge” and a piece of land at Hempstead, near Gloucester.  The history of the property is traced through a schedule of 19th century indentures.  Other parties mentioned include George Francis Riddiford, Lorenzo George Lysons, and Rev. Daniel George Lysons.  The document incorporates a neat coloured plan showing “Willow Lodge”, “Elm Lodge”, the road to Hempstead Court, etc..  Written on a single sheet on vellum, bearing 4 red seals, with signatures of witnesses, in very good condition, folded. 18 pounds

 

THE HISTORY OF TEWKESBURY, J. Bennett [1830], republished by Alan Sutton, 1976; limited edition of 400 copies; 10 illus.; index; 452pp; 8vo; orig. cloth gilt, a lightly used copy in defective dust-jacket. 12 pounds

 

[Manuscript]  Bond, 1791, by which John Wadham, of Bristol, glass manufacturer, is bound to Samuel Varlow, of Bristol, hair dresser.  The condition of the obligation is the performance of covenants in relation to an indenture of release of the same date between  the above parties and John Mugridge, of Bristol, merchant.  Signatures of  John Wadham and two witnesses, Fenwick Bird and George Strickland.  Written on paper, in good condition. 10 pounds

 

BISHOP BENSON'S SURVEY OF THE DIOCESE OF GLOUCESTER 1735-1750, ed. John Fendley, Gloucestershire Record Series, Vol. 13, 2000; index of persons and places, etc.; xx+204pp; 8vo; orig. cloth gilt, dust-wrapper, almost as new. 10 pounds

 

BY THAMES, COLN AND LEACH, AND “A RAMBLE IN OXFORDSHIRE”, William J. Monk, Oxford, 1927; including Fairford, Bibury, Cirencester, Southrop, Kempsford, Quenington, Lechlade and Faringdon; frequent illustrations; 93pp plus a substantial section of local adverts. (some illus.) ; 8vo; some spotting to contents and page edges, original pictorial boards, a good copy. 8 pounds

 

BRISTOL, AFRICA AND THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SLAVE TRADE TO AMERICA, 4 volumes, Bristol Record Society, Vols. XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII & XLVII, 1986-1996; index to each volume; xxx+203, xxv+157, xxxiv+249, xl+280pp; 8vo; orig. cloth, almost as new. 28 pounds

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