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A tribute to the life and work of Brian Torode

Gloucestershire Catholic History Society Journals. Index for Volumes 1 – 42

 

General Index – Journals 1 – 42 compiled by Patrick and Margaret Gethen

Copies of the Journals are held at Gloucestershire Archives, Clifton Diocesan Archives and Cheltenham Local History Library

NOTES:

 1) Listing under any heading is by date of issue and locations are given as  Issue/page.

 2) Except under `Obituaries` and `Visit Reports`, references are under-scored where the subject treatment is considered as important.

 3) For issues 1 to 3 reprinted in No. 1-3 the page references will differ.

 4) The references in this index to the Parish History series (PHS) and Journal No. 10 are restricted to the subject and a few important headings.

5) The selection of subjects was by editors and not by the author.

 

 

Subject                                                                                   Location

 

Abbott, Fr Thomas, in the Forest of Dean

Ackers family                                                                         39/11

Adelaide, South Australia and Woodchester                               30/17

Aethelfrith, King of Deira and father of King Oswald                  33/4

Aidan, Bishop and Saint                                                           33/5

Allen, William, Cardinal                                                          39/20

Ampney Crucis                                                                       36/17

Churchyard cross                                              37/21

Ancestors, tracing of Catholic                                                   20/22

Angoulême, Duc et Duchesse d`                                                30/10

Annunciation, Church of the, Woodchester

13/6, 32/3

Anti-Catholicism – 19c Cheltenham ante-1850                            8/3

post-1850                            9/29

1829 following Smithfield fires                    30/15

Cirencester                                      25/14

Elizabethan Gloucester                      17/39

Gloucester 1688                               13/28

Persecution of recusants in Gloucester

Diocese14/3

Appleton church and Paston memorial                                       33/19

Appleton, manor of, near King`s Lynn                                       33/14

Archer-Shee, George (`The Winslow Boy`)                                9/20

Ashton-Case family, Beckford Priory and Hall                           8/13

Aston Hall, near Stone, Staffs                                                   32/4

Atkyns, Sir Thomas (rect. Robert), county historian                    31/3

Augustinian Canons – Llanthony                                               11/11

Cirencester                                          25/4,

PHS 3

Aust                                                                                       31/26

Ayckbourn, Miss Emily                                                           31/14

 

Baines, Bp Augustine, 7th V A of Western Region                         32/31

Barberi, Bl. Dominic CP – Arrival of Passionists in England        17/4

Death at Reading              18/20

Description of Woodchester               13/33

Frocester, meeting Dr Brindle & Wm Leigh 17/11

Mass at Nympsfield and meeting Wm Leigh  13/5

Northfield House              13/5

Woodchester Mission

3/6, 32/3

Serving Cirencester                          25/12

Serving Horcott (Fairford)                PHS 3

Baring-Bingham family, Cheltenham benefactors

5/13, 6/20

Baring-Bingham, Mrs                                                              PHS 3

Bartlett, Fr Joseph OP                                                            PHS

3, 30/18

Barton. Fr Richard, ordination in Cheltenham                             28/22

Bassinge, Robert (or Roger) Esq, Cirencester                         25/5,

PHS 3

Bathurst, Earl, Cirencester                                                        25/9

Bathurst family                                                                        PHS 3

Beckford, Benedictine Mission                                                 2/3

Beckford Hall – Wakeman family

St Joseph`s Noviciate, Salesian Fathers

8/14, 18

Bel, Bl. Arthur – relics at Woodchester Convent                         24/20

Bel, Fr Francis                                                                         42/3

Bell, Fr Edward, in the Forest of Dean                                       32/43

Benedictines – Missions in 17c and 18c Gloucestershire               2/2

At Beckford (Wakeman family)                2/3

At Bourton-on-the-Water (Trinder family)       2/3

At Farmcote, Nr Winchcombe (Stratford family)                        2/3

At Gloucester and Tewkesbury                 19/6

At Horton (Paston) family                        2/3

At Redmarley                                          2/3

At Thornbury and Hartpury                      2/3

At Ullathorne         16/38

At Woollas Hall  2/3, 16/7

Ellis, Philip Michael OSB, first V-A W District     6/6

Cheltenham, 1809 and after                8/3, 9/29,

14/33, 24/16

The Cheltenham experiment                                24/11

Benson, Bp Martin of Gloucester, survey of Catholics, 1735-43   26/22

Berington, Fr Joseph, Buckland

25/13, PHS 3

Berington family, Cheltenham                24/9, 10

Berkeley family – anti-Catholicism in Cheltenham                      8/9

Castle                                                           42/28

Chapel, St Mary`s Parish Church                    9/26

Berkeley, `informal recusancy` of Bowers family                        14/6

Bibury, St marys church                                                           37/17

Birdsall, Dom John Augustine OSB – founder of Cheltenham

Mission

2/15, 6/25,

19/6,24/15, 30/3,

34/3

Anti-Catholicism in Cheltenham  8/6

Mrs Sarah Neve connection 12/10

At Stroud                          13/35

Wm. Cobbett`s correspondent  19/7

Bisley, visits by John Henry Newman                                        37/5

Blaisdon Hall, Salesian College                                                 7/9

Blessed Sacrament, church of, Ross-on-Wye                              35/6

Blomer, John, Hatherop                                                            25/24

Blomer family, Hatherop Castle                                    PHS 3,

26/13, 17

Bloore, Richard, steward of Hatherop                                        26/16

Blower, Fr George, Cirencester                                             25/8,

PHS 3

Boodle, James, solicitor and Berkeley Political agent                   8/10

Borowicz, Fr Klemens OFM                                                     39/6

Bostock Family                                                                       12/7

Bourne, Gilbert, 16th Bp of Bath and Wells                                 16/17

Bourton-on-the-Water, post-reformation Mission                 2/3,

12/16

Bowers family, Berkeley, `informal recusancy`                           14/6

Bowes, Fr Robert (alias Lane), resident at Hatherop                    26/14

Breakspear, Nicholas/(H) Adrian IV                                          37/15

Bridges, Matthew, Woodchester                       13/9, 18/27, 21/30,

26/12

Brindle, Dr Thomas, V G of Western Region                              32/3

Brislington Manor Farmhouse, Bristol                                       40/26

Bristol, post-Reformation Catholicism                                       28/8

Brittain, Revd Lewis OP, Hartpury and Cheltenham                    24/6

Broadway, Worcs. German College graveyard                            34/3

Broadway – transfer of Passionists from Woodchester                 32/19

Passionist noviciate                                               9/19

Brooke, Sir Charles Vyner, Cirencester (`White Rajah of Sarawak`)

23/5, PHS 3

Brooks, Bp James, Marian Bishop of Gloucester – life and death

 

2/8, 3/5, 25/7, PHS 3

Arms (Society`s badge)  2/8

Seal                 5/21, 6/5

Browne-Mostyn family, Cheltenham                                         24/5

Brownlow, Bp William Robert, 4th Bishop of Clifton PHS 3,

32/22, 42/12

Brownshill – Little Company of Hope                                   39/21,

41/3

St Mary of the Angels church                          39/21,

41/7

St Raphaels convent                                         39/21,

41/7

Bucknall, Benjamin, architect – St Rose`s Convent

8/24, 25

Bicentenary of marriage             16/31

Life and work                           21/37

Bullaker, Bl. Thomas, relics at Woodchester Convent                  24/19

Burton, Bp George Ambrose, 5th Bishop of Clifton                35/7,

42/13

Butler, William John                                                                31/14

 

Caffieri family, Cheltenham                                                      22/23

Calderbank, Revd Mr OSB                                                       30/4

Caldey Island Community                                                5/4,

23/20, 27/47

Cameron_Brown, Fr Aldhelm OSB (letter to editor)                    30/20

Canning, Mr Robert, Hartpury, High Sheriff of Gloucester   3/3,

8/10

Capes, John Moore, founder of the `Rambler`

18/27, 21/30

Carlyle, (Benjamin Fearnley) Fr Aelred        5/4, 23/20, 27/47,

39/19, 40/4

Carmelite House, Gloucester                                                     8/35

Case, Canon George                                                                22/7

Castle Hale, Painswick

24/10, 13

Catholic Archives Society                        9/21, 30/21

`Catholic Magazine`                                                                32/30

Censuses – 1851                                                                      22/34

In penal times                                                         25/31

Catholics of substance in 1680                                 25/34

Challoner, Bp Richard                                                              24/26

Chambers, Abraham                                                                31/8

Chapperlin, Revd John                                                     25/8, PHS

3, 26/4

Chard, Canon Joseph, P P of St Pater`s, Gloucester

7/5, 35/5

Charles, Fr of St Andrew of Mount Argus, Passionist links          9/16

Chavenage Manor, Nr Horsley                                                  18/5

Chavenage, Nr Tetbury                                                            40/22

Cheltenham – St Gregory`s Convent and Schools

5/11, 9/11

Nazareth House                                                  6/18

Anti-Catholicism                                                 8/3, 9/29

Missioners – Apostolic and rectors                        14/33

Personalities

21/19, 22/16

Mission 1799-1809                                              24/3

Mass at York Hotel and Greyhound Lane public house 24/10

The failed Benedictine experiment                        24/12

Establishment of mission                                     30/3

Chester-Master family, Cirencester

25/15, PHS 3

Chesterton Convent (Chesterton House), Cirencester

23/4, PHS 3

Chesterton, strange estate at                                                      26/3

Chipping Campden – St Catherine (of Alexandria)                   20/11, 23/25

Post-reformation Mission                             20/7

Sisters of Charity of St Paul the Apostle        20/8

Chipping Sodbury Mission                                                       31/23

Christ the King, church of, Thornbury                                        40/16

Churchdown – Catholic History                                                 3/11

Icon in church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour   28/3,

30/20

Church-papistry, Gloucestershire

14/6, 11, 25

Cianchettini, Pio Lewis Frederick                                              22/16

Cinderford –                                                                            35/6

Our Lady of Victories                              7/8,

35/12, 36/14

Swan Hotel                                                           35/8, 10

Sisters of Our Lady of Hope                                   36/13

Cirencester – Roman word square                                             1/7

Our Lady`s Convent, Chesterton                 23/5

PHS 3, 39/7

Post-reformation Catholicism

25/4, PHS 3

Immaculate Conception, Chapel of, London R

25/14, PHS 3

Inventories for chapel of the Immaculate

Conception

(1895) and St Peter`s (1897)           32/22

Millenium project                                                39/23

St Peters church                                          39/6,

39/14, 40/27

Strange family                                                     26/3

Clergy – exiled French in Gloucestershire and North Avon          9/7, 24/4

In gentry service

14/23, 25/9

Conforming                                                               25/7

Clifford, Dr (the Hon) William Joseph Hugh, 3rd Bp of Clifton

8/29, 22/5, PHS 3, 42/5

Clifton Diocese, Heraldry – Bishops of Clifton

7/11, 8/29, 9/15, 11/21, 13/14,

16/20,

18/13

 

Provost and Chapter                        19/30

Close, Revd Francis, St Mary`s, Cheltenham – anti-Catholicism   8/3, 9/29

Anti-racing          8/10

Codner, Revd David OSB                                                         20/19

Coleford – St Francis house, Newland Street                              7/5

St Margaret Mary Church                                         7/6, 35/9

Collett, William, Broadway pharmacist                                      34/5

Colour, in church buildings                                                       22/49

Confraternity of St Paul the first hermit                                      39/14

Connolly, Cornelia                                                                  31/15

Convents – Hartpury, Dominican                                              2/7, 12/32

St Gregory`s, Cheltenham, Sisters of Charity of St Paul 5/11, 9/11

Nazareth House, Cheltenham, Poor sisters of

Nazareth                                                                                 6/18

St Rose of Lima`s, Stroud, Dominican                      7/15, 8/23

Nympsfield, Marist                                                 11/22

Our Lady`s, Cirencester, Poor Handmaids of Jesus

Christ23/5

Woodchester, Poor Clares, new altar and relics          24/18

Cooper`s Hill, nr Painswick                                                      34/10

Courtfield, Herefordshire

32/37, 35/6

Cricklade, St Marys churchyard cross                                        37/13

Crowther, Fr John OSB (alias John Broughton)                          27/28

Cuthbert, Bishop of Durham and Saint                                       33/11

 

Darley, Fr Philip OP                                                                41/6

Davenport, Christopher (Franciscan)                                          34/11

Davidson, Randell (rect. Randall) Thomas, Abp of Canterbury     32/42

Day, Miss Harriett                                                                   31/14

Deaconesses, Protestant in France and Germany                         31/12

Dean, Forest of                                                                        35/3, 36/11

Deane, Henry, Prior of Llanthony and Archbishop of Canterbury  31/18

Delaware, (de la Warres), family                                               40/26

Derwentwater, Earl of                                                              26/14

Dodd`s Mill, Barrington                                                           26/5

Dolman, Ann Helen 1810-1851                                                 7/35

Dominicans – Caestryck, Charles Benedict OP                           9/17

Adamson, Vincent OP, Chaplain at Hartpury Court 12/35

Brittain, Lewis OP, chaplain at Hartpury

Court12/35, 24/6

At Woodchester and Nympsfield                   13/7,

19/23, PHS 3

Towers, Thomas OP, Nympsfield Mission             13/8

Wilberforce, Bertrand OP                                     13/9

Jarrett, Bede OP                                                  13/12

McNabb, Vincent OP                                          13/12

Valentine, Ferdinand OP                                      13/12

Whittaker, Aelred OP                                          13/12

Essex, Edwin OP                                                 13/13

Douglass, Bp, VA of London district                                         26/14

Dover, Robert and the Cotswold games                                      25/23

Draycott, Philip, Hatherop                                                        27/24

Duchemin, Abbé Joseph Toussaint – Catholicism in Stroud         13/34

Gloucester and Cheltenham 24/4

Dudley and Ward, Viscount                                                      32/27

Dursley – St Dominic`s Church and Parish                            PHS

2, 35/24

Polish Community                                                    PHS 2

Dyer Edwardes, Thomas                                                          39/10

 

East Hendred, Oxfordshire                                                       33/22

Eastwood Farm, Brislington

36/16, 40/25

Eckington, Woollas Hall – list of Papists                                    9/24

History                                             16/4

Ecumenical Society of the BVM, founding of Gloucestershire

branch 11/19

Edwardes, Dyer (donor of Prinknash)                                        28/14

Elgar, Edward

39/17

 

Elizabeth, Sr Mary PHJChr, Our Lady`s Convent, Cirenceste

23/5, PHS 3

Ellis, Philip Michael OSB, first V-A Western District                  6/6

Errington, Dr George, coadjutor to Cardinal Wiseman

32/34, 36

Evesham, Passionist chapel                                                       28/17

Eycott family, North Cerney

25/8, PHS 3

Eyston, Mrs, private chapel at Overbury                                     J10

 

Falkland, Lady Elizabeth, Cotswold convert (1585-1639)            22/45

Farmcote, Benedictine Mission                                                 2/3

FitzNichol family                                                                    31/4

Forest of Dean –

35/3, 36/11

Catholic life                                                   7/5

Oblate Fathers                                                7/9

Wynter family                                                8/34

Fosbrooke, T D, county historian                                               31/3

Fowler, Revd Andrew, Cirencester

25/8, PHS 3

Franciscans – (Greyfriars)                                                        31/24

in Wye Valley area                                              16/13

Fr Andrew Weetman, Perthyre, Gloucester &

Stroud11/32, 24/3

Franciscan (2nd order)/ Poor Clare nuns, Woodchester                 3/13

Franciscan Order, Sisters of, Coleford                                        7/6

French clergy – exiled in Glos, and North Avon

9/7, 24/4

In Cheltenham                                                  24/4

 

Gainsborough, Earl of (ex-Viscount Campden) – Cheltenham      8/12

Chipping Campden                20/7,

23/26

Garcia, Joseph/José Santiago (Mieres), Cirencester                 PHS

3, 30/18

Garnet, Fr Henry SJ                                                                 26/3, 7

Gerard, Frederick, Atcombe Court, Woodchester                        J10

Gerard, Fr John SJ                                                              PHS 3,

26/3, 5, 7

Gifford, Lady Gwendoline, Cirencester                                      PHS 3

Gildart, Revd George Thomas, Gloucester (and Stonor)               24/3

Gilpin, architect                                                                       35/19

Giraud, Abbé, missioner at Gloucester                                       32/35

Glassbrook, Dom Edward Anselm OSB – in Cheltenham  8/31,

9/30, PHS 3

At Fairford and Cirencester    25/12,

PHS 3

Biographical notes               25/17

Gloucester – Catholics in James II`s reign                                  13/16

Cathedral, Bp Brooks tomb                                   2/9

Cathedral Priors and Westminster succession          19/7

Establishment of parish school                              3/3

Greyfriars Priory                                                  31/24

Hempsted, Marian shrine                                      28/13

St Peter`s – bicentenary                                  5/10,

7/30, 8/36

Early missioners                                                  8/36

125th anniversary of consecration                           22/28

Gloucestershire – Abbeys, Priories and Friaries                          34/14

Elizabethan  martyrs                             2/13,

5/25, 14/29

Post-reformation Catholic missions                  7/4

Mission clergy lists                                        12/25

Catholic remnant in 16th century                 14/2,

17/39

Catholics, counted in 1705, 1735-43, and 1780 26/18

Religious houses                                            37/16

Rites of passage in 16c                                                      14/18              

And the seminaries in 16c                                               14/27

Marian shrines – Hempsted                             28/13

 

Lower and Nether Swell        28/13

Tetbury, Boxwell                  28/13

Nuns in 19c                                                                             16/39

Older Catholic churches                                 37/18

Our Lady in Gloucestershire churches              37/20

Post WW2 Polish Immigration to                    39/3

Recusant families linked with nuns                  25/23

Godelier, Fr René (Pierre?), Cheltenham                                    24/5

Gordon Riots, destruction of V-A`s archives                        13/37,

18/3

Greenway, Revd Dr John, Cheltenham                                       24/4

Greenwood, recusant family of Brize Norton, Oxon                    34/13

Greyfriars, (Franciscans) and Priory, Gloucester                         31/24

Grimshaw, Fr Francis (later Bp of Plymouth, Abp of

Birmingham)27/6

Groomes, Fr James, Cirencester                                                PHS 3

Grotti, Fr Vincent CP                                                               32/11

 

Halifax, 2nd Viscount                                                                32/42

Han(d)ford family, Woollas, Eckington                                      16/4

Hansom, Charles – architect of Woodchester Priory (model o

16/31, 32/10

Architect at Woodchester & for Adelaide cathedral     30/17

Hansom, Joseph Aloysius, Victorian architect                             9/39

Hardman, John                                                                        32/30

Hare, George                                                                      32/43,

35/3, 36/11

Harrowden –Vaux family and Gunpowder plot                           26/5

Hartpury – Canning family                                                       3/3

Mission

2/3, 7, 3/8

Hartpury Court                                                        12/32

Old Chapel and St Marys church                               40/24

Hatherop Castle – Mission                                              25/10,

PHS 3, 38/9

Blomer family                                              26/13

Draycott, Philip                                            27/24

Lady Barbara de Mauley                                25/10

De Mauley family memorials                         25/27

Webb family                                                26/14

Hempsted, Our Lady`s Well                                                      31/16, 27

Hendred House and the de Turbeville and Eyston families           33/24

Hendren, Dr Joseph William, (William Joseph?) V A of Western

District

1st Bishop of Clifton, and then Bishop of Nottingham

7/12, 32/14, 18, 34, 42/5

Henry, Cardinal of York                                                           39/20

Henry V, King of England                                                        32/37

Heraldry – Hierarchy                                                               3/10

Clifton Diocese                 7/11, 8/29, 11/21, 16/20,

18/13, 19/30

Greater Gloucestershire abbeys                                 25/21

Hierarchy, arms of, Gustave Bouvier post-1850 collection           3/10

Holy Cross, Sisterhood of (Anglican)                                         31/15

Hooper, John, second Bishop of Gloucester                                14/5

Horcot, St Thomas of Canterbury church                                   38/9

Horton (Fairford), Benedictine Mission                  2/3, PHS 3,

31/23, 33/14

Horton Court                                                                           36/20

Howard, Alice, Painswick benefactor                                        15/20

Howard, Lord and Lady of Penrith                                            PHS 3

Howard, Thomas Philip, Cardinal                                              39/20

Hudson, Miss Katherine (Mother Catherine)                               41/3

Hull, Fr William, resident at Hatherop                                       26/15

Hungerford, Sir Anthony, Cirencester

25/5, PHS 3

Huntley, Revd R W                                                                  33/16

 

Ignatius, Fr (Joseph Leycester Lyne), Llanthony

23/19, 40/7

Iles family, Fairford

25/12, PHS 3

Immaculate Conception – Church of the, Stroud                         15/21

Chapel of the, London Road, Cirencester

25/14, PHS 3

 

James II – King of England                                                       34/12

visit to Gloucester                                                     13/23

Jenkinson, Sir Robert (of Hawkesbury)                                      33/16

Jerningham family, Painswick Lodge

15/2, 31/24

Jerningham, (Lord of the Manor of Painswick)                           34/13

Jerningham, Charles, barrister, regulations on mixed marriages    15/6

Jerningham, Mother Francis Agnes                                            42/5

Johnson, (Dr) Samuel, biographer, author and critic                    PHS 3

Jones, Revd John, Cheltenham and Gloucester                            24/6

Jones, Revd Spencer, Ecumenist                                               12/29

Jordan, Fr Francis, founder of salvatorian order                          40/16

 

Keble, Revd John

31/12, 37/5

Keble, Revd Tom                                                                    37/6

Kemble, Bl. John                                                                     35/8

Kemerton, St Benet`s                                                               16/9, 37

Kemp, Petronilla                                                                     42/3

Kessler, Miss Bertha (Mother Margaret)                                    41/3

Kingston, Sir Anthony, Painswick, Henry VIII`s Provost Marshall

15/2, 25/5, PHS 3

Kingswood, Bristol – Catholic Parish of (1899-1941)                  27/5

The Chalice                                              27/25

St Joseph                                                27/5

Our Lady of Lourdes and St Bernadette     27/12

Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI) Mission 27/8

Redemptorist Mission                              27/5

Kinley Priory                                                                          31/3

Kinline (or Kyneleye)                                                              31/3

Knowlson family, Cirencester                                                   PHS 3

 

Lamberti, Fr Constantine CP                                                     32/6

Langston, James Newton, catholic historian                                7/3

Langston, Miss (Mother) Emma                                                31/13

Larive, Fr Francis MSFS, Tetbury                                             17/28

Lee, Rt Rev. Dr William MBE, 6th Bishop of Clifton

PHS 3, 35/8, 25, 39/6, 41/6, 42/16

Leigh, Fr Francis, resident at Hatherop

26/14, 16

Leigh, William –                                                               31/6,

32/3, 42/12

Nympsfield and Woodchester Park                   13/4

Northfield House, Woodchester and Passionists

17/8, 18/27

Leigh, Mrs William

32/9, 42/8

Leigh sisters                                                                            31/22

Lisle, Ambrose Phillips de                                                        32/35

Lister family, Dursley                                                              PHS 1

Little Company of Hope, Brownshill

39/21, 41/3

Llanthony – Augustinian Canons                                               11/11

Fr Ignatius, an Anglican Benedictine                       23/21

Our Lady of                                                         31/27

Priory                                                                  31/18

Lockhart, Miss Elizabeth Crawford                                           31/14

Lonergan, Very Rev. James J A                                                 32/22

Luzancy, Hippolyt du Chastle de                                               34/12

Lys, Marquis de and family, The Mythe Mission                         J 10

 

Madan, Revd James Russell                                                      24/20

Malines, conversations at                                                          32/42

Manning, Henry Edward, Archdean (Anglican) and Cardinal

Archbishop of Westminster            31/14

Marian priests

14/14, 22

Marian Shrines in Gloucestershire                                             28/13

Martin, Fr James Aloysius, Cirencester                                    PHS

3, 32/22

Martorelli, Fr Eugene CP                                                          32/16

Master, Richard, Esq, Cirencester

25/6, PHS 3

Matson House, Gloucester

9/25, 13/23

Matthews, Mother Mary Teresa, Stroud

7/15, 8/23

Mauley – Baron de, Hatherop                                                   26/16

Lady Barbara de, Hatherop                                        25/10

The family                                                               PHS 3

McCarthy, Miss Lillian, Cheltenham, actress                              22/32

McDonnell, Rev. (later Canon) Thomas Michael                         32/27

McElligott, Rev.                                                                      35/10

McGrath, Rt Rev. Michael, Archbishop of Cardiff                      PHS 3

McGrath, Fr P (later Bp of Menevia, Abp of Wales)                    27/6

McHugh family, Cirencester                                                     PHS 3

Mercier, Cardinal Archbishop of Malines                                   32/42

Mercy, Sisters of (Anglican)                                                     31/13

Mignaux, Abbé Nicolas Alexander César des, Cheltenham          24/13

Mill Hill Missionaries (St Joseph`s Foreign Missionary Society)   32/39

Milner, Bp John, V A of Midland District                                  32/28

Missionaries of St Francis de Sales                                            28/6

Mitchell, Canon John – Hatherop                                               25/10

Fairford and Cirencester                    PHS

3, 30/18

Monsall, Harriet                                                                      31/14

More Hall, Randwick                                                            5/4,

6/3, 15/11

Mostyn family                                                                         32/27

Muggeridge, Dr H                                                                    32/13

Murphy family, Cirencester                                                      PHS 3

Murray, Sr Philomena                                                              41/14

Mythe, The – Mission at Tewkesbury, St Joseph`s Church           J 10

Removal of the Pearce-Serocold window               11/30

 

Nailsworth – Banut Tree Cottage (`most peculiar house`)             11/4

Passionist Retreat                           17/4, 18/16,

19/19, 21/27

Nazareth House, Cheltenham (1884-1916)                                 6/18

Neve (formerly Lunn), Sarah – at Chipping Sodbury    PHS 1,

12/7, 31/23

At Cheltenham                            12/10

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal   31/6, 12, 13, 32/41, 35/25,

36/21, 39/17

In Gloucestershire                       37/4

North Cerney                                                                          36/17

Northfield House – (the `Parsonage`), Green Forest, nr

Nailsworth32/6

leased by William Leigh

17/11, 17/16

Occupation by Passionists

17/11, PHS 3

Norwood, William, Leckhampton court, Cheltenham, recusancy  6/15

Nourse, Timothy (of the Forest of Dean)                                    32/43

Nuns and Sisters – 1n 19c England                                             2/3

In 19c Gloucestershire                                   16/39

France and England links                              25/20

Gloucestershire recusant family links             25/23

Nympsfield – Marist Convent                                                   11/22

The Leigh family links                                         13/4

Records, notes and photograsphs                          21/32

St Joseph`s church                                               31/3

 

Obituaries – Bell, Miss Lillian                                                  34/16

Bowery, Dom Symon OSB                                    6/9

Elphick, Stella Maria                                             6/9

Flint, Dom Hildebrand OSB                                   17/3

Bishop Brian Foley                                               37/3

Canon Thomas Curtis Hayward                              40/3

Houédard, Dom Sylvester Osb                          21/4

Hough, Lez                                                     35/3

Keating, Bryan                                                     6/9

Little, Bryan Desmond Greenway                           22/3

Lunn, Dr David                                                    29/2

McGrath, Prof. Patrick                                          20/6

Mullally, Dr Sheila Mary MBE                              14/39

Sister Francis Agnes Onslow OSC                          40/3

Rushton, Dom Dyfrig OSB, second Abbot of Prinknash 16/3

Fr Brocard Sewell                                                 37/4

Spridion, Dr Jan                                                    14/39

Usher, Ursula Mary Francis                                     13/3

Ken Vose                                                             41/32

Oblates of Mary Immaculate in the Forest of Dean                  35/10, 36/11

Oblate Fathers, Coleford and Cinderford                                    7/9

O`Connell, Daniel, Irish politician                                             32/30

O`Donnell, Fr John, Cirencester                                                PHS 3

Old Chapel, Hartpury                                                               40/24

Orange, William of, William III of England                                34/13

Orchard, Fr W E                                                                      41/3

Oswald, King of Northumbria and Saint                                     33/3

Ott(e)y, Fr William, Cirencester and Swindon                             PHS 3

Our Lady in Gloucestershire churches                                        37/20

Our Lady of Victories, church of, Cinderford                  7/8,

35/12, 36/14

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Prestbury                                       11/16

Our Lady and St Thérèse of Lisieux, opening of church in

Painswi15/39

Our Lady, convent of, Cirencester                                             39/7

Our Lady, convent of, Chesterton                                              40/27

Oscott College                                                                         21/40

 

Painswick – Jerningham family                                                 15/2

Seddon (née Perrins), Isabel France                        15/7

Belgian refugees in 1914                                       15/14

Catholic church and benefactors                             15/19

Howard, alice                                                       15/20

Palmer, Fr Wilfred G, Cirencester                                           PHS

3, 30/18

Park Hill Cottage, Woodchester                                                32/12

`Parsonage`, the (Northfield House), Green Forest, nr Nailsworth 32/5

Parsons, Richard, Chancellor of Gloucester Diocese                    31/6

Pascaroli, Fr Lewis CP                                                             32/12

Passionists at Nailsworth and Woodchester  17/4, 18/16, 19/19,

21/27, PHS 3

Paston family                                                                          33/14

Paston memorial, in Appleton church                                         33/19

Peach, Thomas and Mary, Hatherop

25/10, PHS 3

Peach, Revd Edward (1770-1839) and Revd Henry (1732-1781)  25/10

Peach, Father (priest-in-charge, St Chad`s church, Birmingham)   32/31

Pearce-Serocold, window at Tewkesbury

11/30, 16/23

Perks family, of Westmancote with Woollas Hall connection       9/24

Pinchard, Sr Katherine                                                             41/6

Pini, Fr Marcellianus CP

32/6, 9, 11

Pius IX, Pope                                                                          31/25

Plowden, Fr Robert SJ, Bristol                                                  28/11

Polish Community, Dursley                                                      PHS 1

Poor Clares, of Woodchester                                                     42/3

Pope, Alexander, poet and satirist

25/9, PHS 3

Poplar House (St Joseph`s Retreat), London                               32/12

Porch House, Thornbury                                                          38/7

Portal, Abbé                                                                            32/42

Porter family, Tewkesbury

J 10, 14/24

Portley, Fr Joseph OP, Woodchester                                          30/18

Postlip, St James`s

7/36, 16/30, 22/31

 

Post WW2 Polish Immigration in Gloucestershire

36/18, 39/3

Poyntz family (Pointz), Dursley area

PHS 1, 31/5

Poyntz, Mary                                                                          38/3

Prestbury – Catholic history                                                      11/10

Protestant extremism against Anglo-Catholicism       11/14

Our Lady of Good Counsel                                     11/16

Holy Name Hall                                                     11/19

Founding of Glos. Branch of Ecumenical Society of

BVM11/19

Prinknash – statue of Our Lady

28/14, 30/21

Benedictine Community                                         PHS 3

Abbey, construction of                                           39/6

Community, on the Isle of Dogs                              40/4

Prior Park, Bath                                                                       31/22

– Chapel                                                          32/32

Proctor, Fr Samuel Austin OP                                                   32/18

Pugin, A W, E W and P P, architects, Oscott                              21/42

Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore, architect                  32/8,

10,31, 35/19

Pugin, E W, architect, Stanbrook Abbey                                    22/41

Pusey, Dr Edward                                                                    31/12

 

Quenington                                                                             37/12

 

Recusancy – rise of                                                                  14/20

`passive` (church papistry)                                  14/6,

11, 25

Redmarley, Benedictine Mission                                               2/3

Reformation, the gainers                                                          21/34

Richardson, Sir Ralph, actor                                                     22/32

Rickman, Thomas, architect                                                      32/31

Rites of passage in 16c Gloucestershire                                      14/18

Robin, Rev. Cesar, Cheltenham                                                 30/5

Robinson, Fr Andrew SJ, Gloucester                                         24/8

Roche, canon Matthew, Gloucester

3/2, 3/12

Rogers, William                                                                      34/10

Rolle, Sgt Henry (later Chief Justice)                                         27/30

Ross-on-Wye, church of the Blessed Sacrament                          35/6

Rowsham, Bl. Stephen                                            14/21, 28, 25/8,

PHS 3

Rudder, Samuel, county historian, Cirencester, printer/bookseller 31/3

Rudderham, Rt Rev. Joseph, Bp of Clifton                                 PHS 3

Rudge, Thomas, county historian                                              31/3

Russell, Canon Arthur                                                              PHS 3

Ruthebone (or Rathbone), Rev James                                        31/3,5

 

St Anthony, chapel of, Kinley                                                   31/3,7

St Arilda, Virgin martyr, Kington (nr Thornbury)                        5/16

St Augustine of Canterbury, Matson                                          7/34

St Augustine, mission of, Clifton (later Pro-Cathedral)                32/32

St Bartholemew`s, Chosen Hill                                                 3/11

St Benet`s, Kemerton                                                               16/9, 37

St Catherine (of Alexandria), Chipping Campden

20/11, 23/25

St Chad, church and cathedral of, Birmingham                           32/30

St Dominic`s, Dursley

PHS 1, 39/8

St Francis de Sales, Missionaries of, Tetbury

17/27, 28/6

St George`s, Buckland (was Berks now Oxon)

25/13, PHS 3

St Gregory`s School, Cheltenham                                              31/22

St Gregorys, church of, Cheltenham

39/8, 40/7

St James`s – Postlip                                                 7/36, 16/30,

22/31, 36/9

Stoke Orchard, nr Cheltenham

32/40, 36/9

Bristol                                                                  36/9

St John the Baptist, Community of ( Anglican)                           31/14

St Joseph`s – Nympsfield                                                         31/3, 8

Retreat, Poplar House, London                              32/12

Stonehouse                                                          19/33

Tewkesbury

16/23, 34/18

Chapel, Trenchard St, Bristol                                28/11

St Lawrence`s, Chipping Sodbury                                             8/33

St Margaret Mary, Coleford                                                      7/6

St Mary – Bath                                                                        32/35

Bibury                                                                     37/17

Cricklade                                                                 35/14

Churchyard cross                                        37/13

Hartpury                                                                  40/24

Plymouth                                                                 32/34

St Mary of the Angels, church, Brownshill

39/21, 41/7

St Mary the Virgin, Community of (Anglican)                            31/14

St Mary Magdalene, Boddington, nr Cheltenham                        32/41

St Mary`s Boarding School, Stroud                                           7/20

St Michael -Tetbury                                                                 28/6

Aston

32/12,13

St Nicholas, Standish                                                               27/31

St Oswald`s Priory, Gloucester                                                 33/3

St Peter ad Vincula, Gloucester                                          3/2,

8/36, 22/28

St Peter`s – Cirencester –                                    PHS 3, 39/6,

39/14, 40/27

Inventory of (1897)                             32/2

Gloucester                                                             32/27

St Peters Grange, the terrace steps at                                          39/10

St Raphaels convent

39/21, 41/7

St Roses, Special school, Stroud                                                36/20

St Saviour, Broadway                                                              34/5

St Thomas of Canterbury, Horcott (Fairford)      25/10, PHS 3,

38/9, 39/8

Salesian Fathers – at Cinderford                                                35/10

Blaisdon Hall                                               3/12

Beckford Hall (St Joseph`s Noviciate)

8/14, 18

Salvatorians at Thornbury                                                         PHS 2

Salvatorian Orders in Britain                                                     40/16

Sandys, Mrs Emily, Convent of St Rose, Stroud                          7/15

Santiago de Compostela                                                           33/22

Pilgrimage to                                             36/3

Scoles, Canon A J C, architect                                     5/13, 6/21,

PHS 3

Scudamore, Fr John SJ, Bristol                                                 28/11

Second Relief Act – effects of                                                   18/3

Homily on                                                 19/3

Seddon (née Perrins), Frances Isabel, convert & vicar`s wife        15/8

Serionne, (Count) George de – lay apostle of Cotswolds              12/18

Stow Mission                              12/18

Sharpe, Charles Henry MA – Brothers of the Common Life,

Stroud5/3

Llanthony and More Hall     5/4,

6/2, 15/11

Sharpness Mission, Chapel of Our Lady, Star of the Sea              6/26

Shelton, Edward                                                                      25/8

Shrewsbury, Earl of                                                                 32/31

Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul

31/12, 15

Sisters of the Church, Community of (Anglican)                         31/14

Sisters of Mercy                                                                      31/12

Sisters of Our Lady of Hope                                                     36/13

Sleaford, Lucy                                                                         42/3

Smith, Fr Ambrose OP, Woodchester                                        PHS 3

Society of the Holy Child Jesus

31/15

Southwell, Viscount and lady, Siddington Hall, Cirencester         PHS 3

Spencer (Hon George), Fr Ignatius (of St Paul), Passionist Sup.

9/16, 18/18, 32/10

Spencer, Earl                                                                           32/10

Stanbrook Abbey, Benedictine community                                 22/41

Stapleton, Fr R P D OP, Prior of Woodchester                            PHS 3

Staunton, Fr Thomas P, Cirencester                               23/5, 23/7,

PHS 3

Stephens (Willis), Henry, Chavenage Manor                              18/5

Stonehouse – St Joseph`s                                                          19/33

Earlier days                                                         20/18

Strange (née Croker), Bridget, 16c Cirencester recusant

14/20, 21/5, 25/8, PHS 3, 26/3

Strange, Robert                                                                       25/5

Strange, Revd Thomas SJ (alias Thomas Anderton of Clayton)

14/28, 21/15, 25/8,   PHS 3, 26/3

Stroud – St Rose of Lima`s Convent

7/15, 8/23

18c and 19c Papists                                                      13/33

Bucknall family                                                          13/35

Relics belonging to Church of Immaculate Conception    16/27

Belgian School                                                            16/29

Summervile House (Summerwells)                                            42/6

Swift, Dean Jonathon, satirist                                                    PHS 3

Swindon, encouragement of Catholics by Passionists                   21/27

 

Taena Community                                                                   23/23

Talbot, Bishop of London District                                             PHS 3

Tame, Sir Edmond (or Edmund) of Fariford (or Rendcomb)         31/3, 5

Taylor, George, of Coventry, builder                                         32/10

Templewood/Tanglewood, Brownshill                                       41/5

Testa, Fr Anthony CP                                                               32/5, 16

Tetbury, 19c MSFS Mission                                             17/27,

20/17, 28/6

Tewkesbury – Foundation of the Mythe Mission                         J 10

Pearce-Serocold window

11/30, 16/23

Popish Plot                                                        33/19

Abbot of                                                            19/6

St Joseph`s                                                        34/18

Theyer, John, of Cooper`s Hill, nr Painswick

34/10, 14

Thornbury – Benedictine Mission                                              2/3

Christ the King Parish                                       PHS

2, 40/16

Porch House                                                         38/7

Unlicensed `suspected` schoolmaster                      14/23

Throckmorton family, Buckland                                          25/13,

PHS 3

Throckmorton, Sir Thomas of Tortworth                                    31/6

Tockington Park Farm                                                              38/3

Towne, Fr Arthur                                                                    35/8

Trade influences on spread of Protestantism

14/3, 25/7

Trinder, Charles, Bourton-on-the-Water and Gloucester       12/16,

13/21

 

Usher family, Prinknash Abbey and Painswick link              13/3,

15/34

Ullathorne, Bp William Bernard OSB, 9th V A of Western Region

32/10,14,32

And Bishop of Birmingham

 

Vaughan, Cardinal Herbert, birthplace                                   2/17,

14/35

Vaughan family, Courtfield                                                   16/11,

32/37

Vaughan, Joan (Jane/Joane) of Ruardean                                    27/28

Vaughan, John of Kinnersley                                                    27/28

Vaux family of Harrowden – association with Thomas Strange SJ 26/5

Vicars-Apostolic of Western District, a sketch                            6/6

Visit reports – Abbey Dore, Herefordshire                                  35/26

Berkeley Castle                                                  42/28

Blackfriars, Oxford                                             25/25

Blackmore Park and St Alphonsus Ligours           30/23

Brownshill, St Mary of the Angels church and

St Raphaels convent

Chavenage, Nr Tetbury                                       40/22

Cirencester – Chesterton Manor                           34/18

St Peter`s church                             34/19

Courtfield, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire               32/40

Cricklade, St Marys church                                 38/20

Diocesan Archive, Clifton                                   23/24

East Hendred, Oxfordshire                                  33/22

Fairford, St Thomas of Canterbury church            38/20

Foxcote, Ilmington and Brailes                            28/19

Gloucester Cathedral                                          5/19

Gloucester Record Office                                    18/36

Hailes Abbey and Parish Church                          16/37

Hartpury and former Chapel                                3/8

Harvington Hall                                                 18/37

Hatherop Parish Church                                      25/27

Horton Court

11/38, 36/19

Littlemore, `The College`, Oxfordshire                 32/41

Malmesbury, St Aldhelm`s church                       33/23

Marist Convent, Nympsfield                                11/38

Odda`s Chapel, Deerhurst                                   11/38

Oscott College                                                   21/40

Prinknash – Abbey church sacristy                       28/19

St Peter`s Grange                              31/22

St Catherine`s, Chipping Campden                       23/25

St Francis, Grest Doward, nr Ross-on-Wye           30/27

St James`s – Postlip                                         7/36,

11/39

Stoke Orchard                                 32/40

St John`s Chapel, Berkeley Castle Keep                6/26

St Joseph`s, The Mythe Mission                          J 10

St Lawrence`s, Chipping Sodbury                        11/38

St Mary-on-the-Quay, Bristol                              27/39

St Nicholas, Standage                                         21/43

St Rose`s Convent (Former), Stroud                     6/26

St Rose`s School, Stroud                                     36/20

Stanbrook Abbey                                               22/41

Tewkesbury, Abbey, Baptist chapel, & St Joseph`s

churc

34/18

Thornbury                                                         16/38

– Christ the King church, and castle       38/21

Woodchester – Park Mansion                               19/36

Church of the Annunciation           37/22

Woollas Hall and St Benet`s, Kemerton                16/37

Vows, for Anglican orders of women

31/12, 15

 

Wakeman family, Beckford Priory and Hall                           7/23,

25/34

Wakeman, John, ex-Abbot of Tewkesbury, first Bishop of

Gloucester

14/5

Wall, St John, relics at Woodchester                                          24/19

Walmesley, Bp Charles OSB, V-A W. District, mathematician     6/9

Walker, Obadiah, Master of University college, Oxford               34/11

Walsh, Bishop V A of Central District                                       32/31

Ward, Mary                                                                            38/3

Waters, Fr (at Cinderford)                                                        35/9

Watts, Henry                                                                           40/9

Waugh, Evelyn, Piers court, Stinchcombe                                  PHS 1

Webb(e), Sir John, 2nd Baronet of Odstock, Hatherop

24/3, 25/10, PHS 3, 26/14

Webb(e) family, Hatherop

25/10, 26/14

Weetman, (Francis) Fr Andrew OSF, itinerant friar

11/32, 24/3

Wells family, Thornbury                                                          PHS 2

Welstead, William KSG

21/19, 22/27

Westcote (alias Littleton), Fr Pius Gervase OP, Gloucester           13/27

Westmancote and the Perks family                                            9/24

Whitacre, Fr OP, Prior of Woodchester                                      PHS 3

Wilberforce, Henry and family, Woodchester                             37/10

Williams, George Arthur, Cheltenham Catholic liberal                8/10

Williams, Isaac                                                                        37/10

Wills, clerical and lay

14/5, 16

Windsor family, Syon (and Gloucester?)                                    9/23

Winston, Sir Henry, of Standish                                                31/6

Wiseman, Nicholas, coadjutor to Bp Walsh, later cardinal at

Westminster

32/3

Witchcraft, `conjurers` and sorcerers                                         14/10

Witts, Revd Francis                                                                 26/16

Wood, Anthony, Oxford antiquary                                            34/11

Woodchester – earliest recorded country parson                          2/15

Poor Clares                                                       42/3

Priory                                                               41/6

Priory Church                                                  30/17

Priory graveyard                                               7/1

Baptisms and confirmations at Mission                11/35

Church of the Annunciation

13/6, 32/3

Charles Hansom`s model of Woodchester Priory  16/31

Dominican Priory                                              32/44

Estate (of Ducie family)

31/6, 32/3

Library of the Poor Clares                                  33/18

Leigh family links                                             32/3

Passionist – House                       17/4, 18/16,

19/19, 21/27

Mission                                          32/3

John Moore Capes, founder of the `Rambler`       21/30

Records, notes and photographs, 19c and 20c        21/32

New altar in convent                                          24/18

Woodcock, Bl. John, relics at Woodchester                                24/20

Woodhead, Abraham                                                               34/11

Word square, Cirencester                                                         1/7

Wye, Giles, South Cerney – secretion of `parish`s chalice` in 1563 14/9

Association with Strange family        26/5

Wye Valley, Catholicism in                                                      16/10

Wynter family, Forest of Dean recusant ironmakers                    8/34

 

Yate family, Buckland                                                         25/13, PHS 3

 

 

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