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Cherington is a small village tucked away and hidden from the mainstream of
traffic in the Cotswolds; Minchinhampton is some three miles away. The Manor
House, Cherington Park, dates from the 18th Century and there are some
attractive and distinctive Georgian cottages.
The church of St Nicholas is mostly 13th Century but with some Norman features including the font.
These descriptions of the monuments in the church are taken from Ralph Bigland's 'Historical, Monumental and Genealogical Collections, relative to the county of Gloucester'.
Headstones in Church yard.
|Mary, the wife of George Driver||2 April 1730||59|
|Mary, Daughter of John and Alice Driver, of Aston Keynes, Wilts||2 December 1761||24|
|Edith Wilkins, Daughter of George and Mary Driver||23 December 1758||60|
|Mary, Daughter of George and Mary Driver||1 May 1779||79|
|Hannah Driver||12 February 1786||71|
These records were extracted from the following website. Cherington, Gloucestershire, England