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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whitestaunton Plan of Whitestaunton House Showing the Medieval Building and its later Development

    death of the tenant. 99 Millers or mill-owners occur in 1615 , 1619, 1629, and 1664. 100 The field-name Tucking Mill , immediately north-east of Lapse on the stream north of Howley , probably locates the site of the fulling

    Parishes Rushall

    probably stood on the e astern headwater of the Avon just north of Scales Bridge where meadows later called Tucking Mill meads lay on both sides of the river. 233 It was mentioned again in 1729 234 but not thereafter.

    Parishes Bradford-on-Avon

    . The younger John died seised of them in 1631 . 849 A fulling-mill in Trowle or Bradford , which John Hall put in settlement in 1618 , 850 is perhaps to be identified with the Lower Tucking Mill

  • * British History Online *

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    Manorial records, Cardiff Villa (1666)

    land, to be down to the ground in the present tenure of William Samynes' orphans. And they present the Tucking Mill, in the [tenure of ] Herbert Evans or his assigns, to be in much decay. And they present one

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1771-77 and addenda

    years from 1699, at 1 s . 36. John Thomas, late Lewis John, a cottage and garden near the Tucking Mill in Cardiff, for 99 years (or 3 lives) from 1669, at 1 s . 37. Mr. Edward Thomas, two

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coroneresinquest, held yesterday at Oamborno, Corn. wall, on the eight young women sulfoonted at the patent fuse works, at Tucking Mill, on Saturday, resulted in a verdict of "Accidental death," with the remark that Messrs. Sulith had taken: every care Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caemborno, C rs .xv el on the eight young womien suffoca ted at the patsn fa ie 'works at Tucking Mill, on Saturday, resulted in at vr-rriot of "Accidental death,'' with the remark th-at 4-,;s~rs. Smith bad taken every care Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inquest held on Tuesday at Camborno, Cornwall, on the eight young women suffocated at the patent fuso viorlis at Tucking Mill, on Saturday, resulted in a verdit ofI " Accidental death," with the remark that 1aeslru. Smith had taken every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paper manufaetureras as far as re. gards A. L. Rosenthip' Coprelnd G0. A., Smith W. B. and G. J, Tucking Mill, cartridge manoftcturers James W., Son, and ;:1, Liverpool, esporter9 as far as rogards T. P. Westhead Brown J. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have notice thereof. AH Persons who have any Claims ofl the Estate of the late Mr. WILLIAM BENNETT, of Tucking Mill, deceased, are requested to send the Particulars of their Demands io Mr. John JeffeHY, of Cam- borne aforesaid, to Subscribers-only content

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