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Eastcombe

"EASTCOMBE is a hamlet, 1½ miles south-west [from Bisley], 4 east-by-south from Stroud, 2 north-by-west from Brimscombe railway station. There is an iron chapel of ease, erected 1901. The Baptist chapel, built 1876, received an addition in 1878."

Churches

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Church History

  • Transcriptions by Ron Downing relating to Eastcombe Baptist Chapel:-
    • A Copy of the Deeds of the "BAPTIST CHAPEL situate at Eastcombe in the Parish of Bisley".
    • Historical notes on Eastcombe Baptist Chapel, taken from in "The Free Churchman",
      July 1900 to February 1901.

Church Records

Description and Travel

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Historical Geography

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Maps

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