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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tetbury Manors and other estates

    photogs. Glos. R.O., D 587, Upton Grove deeds; and for the deaths of the first two Samuels, Bigland , Glos . iii, no. 267. Ex inf. Maj. Pope . Glos. R.O., D 587, Upton Grove deeds, settlement 1792. S S

    Tetbury Economic history

    D 587, Upton Grove deeds, lease 1672. G.D.R., V 5/300T 1; Glos. R.O., D 191/11, deed 1622. Glos. R.O., D 2525, Siddington and Elmestree deeds 1686-1789 , deed 1737. Ibid. D 48/T 57. Ibid. D 587, Upton Grove deeds. Ibid.

    Tetbury Church

    1946). Sir Walter 's widow Ella 53 sold it c . 1964 to Maj. J. E. B. Pope of Upton Grove , who shared the advowson of the united benefice with the Crown. 54 In 1291 the rectory was valued

    Tetbury Growth of the town and outlying settlements Tetbury 1974

    probably the home of the monks in the 1140s . Of the other large houses in the outlying areas, Upton Grove , south-east of Upton , was built by a Tetbury mercer c . 1680 and Highgrove , north of

    Index K-Z

    district, sch., streets, Tetbury Upton civil par., theatre, tithes, town hall, see Tetbury , mkt. ho. Upton , man., Upton Grove , Upton Ho ., urban district, vicarage, vicarage ho., vicars, and see Frampton , John; Wight, John wkho., Tetbury

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 N GROVE, near Leeds.-To LET, situate oii thre Rlonrndlhay-resd, oboist tree nilee from Leeds, that0 desirahile Residence called (UPTON GROVE, with p eanure grounds, j r.:good kitchen garden, and field adjoinig Apl2nteprnre. 0 r7: 711 be LET, the HOUSE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple, ami of this town, to Lama Fitz Gerald, only daughter of Captain Edward D3-son, Royal East Middlesex Regiment, Upton Grove, Bucks' DIED. On the 29fch ult., aged 93, Ann, relict of Mr. J. Bell, formerly of the Ferry-boat Inn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, at Ladock ; each day at eleven o'clock. Lord and Lady Vivian and Family have left Glynn for Upton Grove, Tidbury, Gloucestershire, where his lordship intends residing during the hunting season. Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to ac- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLKINGHORNE- At 33, St Clement's-strcet. Truro, Nov. 5. 1900, John, youngest son of Thomas Polkinghorne, aged 27. POLLARD- At Upton Grove, Chacewater, Oct. 20, Jane Pollard, of Penstraze, aged 78. QUILLER-COUCH- At 10, Chapel-street, Penzance, Nov. 6, John Quiller-Couch, M.R.C.8., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter. Aug. 15, at Bishop's Stortford, the wife of Joseph Fairman jun., Esq., of a daughter. Aug 17, at Upton Grove, the residence of her brother. Samuel Gurney juii., Esq., the lady of Ernest Bunsen, Esq. son ol bis Excellency Subscribers-only content

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