Place:Redwick and Northwick, Gloucestershire, England

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NameRedwick and Northwick
Alt namesRedwick
Northwick
TypeTownship, Hamlet
Coordinates51.567°N 2.65°W
Located inGloucestershire, England
See alsoHenbury, Gloucestershire, Englandancient parish of which Redwick and Northwick was a tything
source: Family History Library Catalog
source: Family History Library Catalog

Historically Redwick was, with Northwick, a tything of the parish of Henbury in Gloucestershire, England.

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Redwick has been since 1974 a village in South Gloucestershire, England. It is part of the parish of Pilning and Severn Beach. It is approximately enclosed by the River Severn to the north, The Chessell Pill Rhine to the east, the south meets the village of Pilning at the end of Redwick Road (by the Crosshands Public House) and the western edge finishes in line with mainline of the railway prior to its entry to the Severn Tunnel. Very few people including locals describe themselves as coming from Redwick, usually they refer to themselves as being from Pilning or New Passage.

Redwick was first mentioned in 955 under the name Hreodwican, meaning "place of reeds".

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Northwick is a hamlet in the district of South Gloucestershire, England, first mentioned in 955.

The hamlet lies on the River Severn, between Pilning and Aust. It was formerly part of the tything of Northwick with Redwick in the ancient parish of Henbury. It is now in the parish of Pilning and Severn Beach.

The church of St Thomas was declared redundant in 1971.

A Vision of Britain through Time provides the following description of Redwick and Northwick from John Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles of 1887:

"Redwick and Northwick, township, Henbury par., Gloucestershire, on river Severn, near New Passage, 8 miles NW. of Bristol, 1282 acres land, 887 tidal water and 1369 foreshore, population 521."

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