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St. George, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire


The church of St. George, erected in 1794, but unconsecrated, consists of apsidal chancel, with vestry and organ chamber, nave, west porch, and a western tower, with domical roof, containing a clock and 2 bells: it was re-floored and re-pewed in 1879, at a cost of nearly £200, the money being chiefly raised by subscriptions: a new organ was erected in 1881 at a cost of £190: there are 320 sittings.

Church Records

The register of baptisms dates from the year 1794, but is imperfect; the register of marriages dates from 1895, but earlier entries of marriages and burials relating to Nailsworth, will be found in the registers of the parishes of Avening, Horsley, and Minchinhampton.

St. George

Denomination:Church of England