Nonconformist records deposited at Bristol Archives – Volume 2May 25, 2020
Family History Work Book Volume 2May 25, 2020
They Lived in Bristol – Bristol Burials Index 1813-1837
£1 – £7
Features the burial registers for Church of England parishes and Non Conformist chapels within the City of Bristol and surrounding area for the period 1813 to 1837. Approximately 53,000 records.
Churches and Chapels included:
All Saints, Broadmead Baptists, Brunswick Chapel Congregational, Bristol Cathedral, Christchurch, Holy Trinity Abbots Leigh, Holy Trinity St. Philip, Holy Trinity Horfield, Holy Trinity Stapleton, Holy Trinity Westbury-on-Trym, Hope Chapel Congregational, King Street Baptist, Langton Street Methodist, Lewins Mead Unitarian, Portland Street Methodist, Redfield Wesleyan, Redland Green C of E, Society of Friends (Quakers) Redcliffe Pit & Rosemary Street, St. Andrews, St. Augustine the Less, St. George East Bristol, St. George Brandon Hill, St. Joseph/St. Mary on the Quay (Catholic), St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. John Bedminster, St. Luke, St. Mary Fishponds, St. Mary Henbury, St. Mary Shirehampton, St. Mary le Port, St. Mary Redcliffe, St. Michael, St. Nicholas, St. Nicholas Whitchurch, St. Paul Portland Square, St. Peter, SS Philip & Jacob, St Philips Chapel Methodist, St. Stephen, St. Thomas, St. Werburgh, Temple or Holy Cross.