Ref noP.RG
TitleRecords of Redland Parish Church
Date1740 - 1998
Parochial Church Council
Printed Material
Extent41 vols 6 bdls 3 photos 2 items 2 booklets 1 plan 5 docs 2 files
Administrative historyThis church was originally a chapel-of-ease to Westbury-on-Trym, built by John Cossins of Redland Court in 1740 as his private chapel. It was consecrated in 1790 and in 1942 Redland became a separate parish with the chapel as its Parish Church. The Old Vicarage is now Electricity Board offices, a new Vicarage having been built in 1956-7 on part of the garden of the former Vicarage.
Access statusOpen
Access conditionsThese records are immediately available for research, except P/RG/I/6/a which is unfit for production and P/RG/P1-3 which are on loan
Related materialA Guide to Redland Parish Church is available (Pamphlet 867) and an account of the early years of the chapel's history appears in P/RG/R/3 See also Westbury-on-Trym parish deposit.
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