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South Cerney Parish, hundred of Crowthorne and Minety ,* county of Gloucester, 3¾ miles SSE of Cirencester… The living [in 1831] is a discharged vicarage, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Gloucester… and in the patronage of the Bishop of Gloucester.

* South Cerney, Gloucester, Gen-UKI lists the hundred of All Hallows, South Cerney as Rapsgate.

22 Dec 1608 - 10 Feb 1608/9 The will of Thomas COMBE the elder of Old Stratford Esquire (Warwickshire), refers to "My brother John COMBE The Younger, of and in the rectory or parsonage of South Cerney in the County of Gloucester, with all houses, glebe lands, tithes, oblations and other appurtenances to the said rectory or parsonage belonging, but in true intent and meaning to mine own use and interest and to be disposed at my will and pleasure…"

1851 Census (includes Cerney Wick) No Com* or Coom*

1871 Census (includes Cerney Wick) No Com* or Coom*

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