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.
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.
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
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