|Winterbourne Family History Online... by Frenchay Village Museum|
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|The Homepage tab brings you back to this page||The Maps tab shows the area covered by this web site||The Museum tab tells you about the Frenchay Village Museum and how to find its Web Site||The Archives tab is the key page for all the research data available on this web site||You are welcome to use the Contacts tab for comments and queries about this site||The Messages tab is for you to locate other researchers of your own family|
New book available
the Story of Fry's Chocolate in Bristol
by Alan Freke
The Future of the Frenchay Village Museum
The family history research material available on this site is mainly related to the Civil Parish of Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire.
This includes the ecclesiastical parishes of Winterbourne, Winterbourne Down and Frenchay.
Also the hamlets of Watley's End, Hicks Common, Pye Corner, Whiteshill and Hambrook; all within the Civil Parish.
New - Mary Binns is researching James Mascott & Mary Drew
New - Penny Gay is looking for information about Lucy Long
New - The amazing story of the Rev Hugh Kinred, one-time curate of Frenchay.
New - Bill Willcox is researching Tillett, Tene and Willcox...
New - The Museum has been offered the stained glass window depicting BBC Radio Lollipop at Frenchay Museum
New - US Chapel wall painting discovered at Frenchay Hospital
after The Great War
New - Autograph Book, of May Ellis at Cleve Hill Hospital
New - Autograph Book of Amy Hill at Cleve Hill Hospital
New - 1737 Map of Winterbourne from Elizabeth McIntyre
(This is in .pdf format)
Use the Archives tab above to access the following...
Parish records: Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Tithe maps.
Parish Magazines from 1878 to 1951
Headstones: Monumental Inscriptions in the graveyards.
Censuses from 1841 to 1901.
School Registers and Master's Log Books.
Hospital records and the US Hospitals.
Kelly's Directories, with descriptions of the hamlets and lists of local trades people and gentry.
Cricket Clubs: and score books.
Photographs and Biographies of local people.