Name of Institution         Liverpool

Brief History

Dedication                                                        St Bride

Earliest Known Parish Register             1830

Location                                                           Lancashire

History

The history of St. Bride's is associated with that of a proprietary chapel in Percy Street, London, which closed in 1828 due to financial difficulties. Its minister was the Reverend James Halden Stewart, and for some months after the closure of the chapel he had no settled charge. In July 1829 some gentleman offered to build a church for him in Liverpool. He accepted their offer, and the foundation stone was laid on 25th August. The church was consecrated on 29th December 1830 by the Bishop of Chester.

Records

Record Type

Events

Coverage

Record Ref

LDS Reference

Parish Registers

C

M

Bns

1831-1972

1831-1984

1874-1957

283/BRI/2/1-5

283/BRI/3/1-16

283?BRI/5/1-5

 

Bishop’s Transcripts

 

 

 

 

Transcriptions/Indexes

 

 

 

 

Ø      LDS Extraction Program

None

 

 

 

Ø      Lancashire OPC

 

 

 

 

Parish Register.

Bold Entries means a copy of the original is on file

Baptisms

Marriages 4 Apr 1859 – 2 Jul 1863 283/BRI/3/8

Page 2

1859. Marriage solemnized at the Saint Bride’s Church in the Parish of Liverpool in the County of Lancaster

No

When Married

Name and Surname

Age

Condition

Rank of Profession

Residence at the Time of Marriage

Father’s Name and Surname

Rank or Profession of Father

4

April 7th 1859

Thomas H Ismay

Full

Bach

Merchant

Enfield House
Great Crosby

Joseph Ismay

(deceased)

Merchant

 

 

Margaret Bruce

Full

Spin

 

Sandon Street
Liverpool

Luke Bruce

Shipowner

Married in the Church of St Bride according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after License by me ? Edward Blakeney Off Min

This marriage
was solemnized
between Us

Thomas H Ismay

Margaret Bruce

In the
Presence
 of Us

John Rourke

Mary Bruce

Burials

Bishop’s Transcripts

Transcripts/Indexes