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  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 3, 1690

    bound to Anthony Ashton for Seaven Yeares. Tertio die Junij Anno Domi 1690 Anthony Chamberlaine Sonne of Anthony Chamberlaine of Tedbury in the County of Gloucester Woolcomber bound to Thomas Chamberaine for Seaven Yeares. John Norman Sonne of Richard Norman

    Suits and suitors

    his Company. Haberdasher. Elected Alderman of Portsoken, December 18th, 1602; Sheriff, 1603. He was the son of William Romney, of Tedbury, Cloucestershire. He married Rebecca, only daughter of Robert Taylor, Alderman, who died 31st December, 1596. Sir William was a

    House of Lords Journal Volume 14, 8 April 1690, 08 April 1690-08 April 1690

    desired to send to this House the Two Reports by him made concerning the Fort of Sherness or Honour of Tedbury , the one made the 23 of April , and the other the 16th of June , to Colonel

    Surnames beginning 'T'

    s, 32.11 Tebbitt Mary, ser, 55.7 Tebboth Wm; Alice, w; Eliz, d, 54.13 Teburin Hen; Amy, w; Wm, s, 11.4 Tedbury Ric, tallyman, £600, 66.12 Tedder Grace, wid, 38.8 Tedman Benj, £600; Mary, w; Pagge, d, 29.23 Teed Wm, app,

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1671-30 November 1671

    Silas, letters of Thomas, sub-commissioner under Acts of Settlement and Explanation Taylour , Nicholas, minister of Wimborne Minster, letter of Tedbury , return dated from Temple , Arthur, surgeon, of Edinburgh, and Janet Davidson, his spouse, warrant for charter to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unsegod 3-tybusnesstSalel2 Mprei P-derl , a. 9, Dast Poss. TRAPE0Y.-Youthitmet equires od, byideatinas Iprvr; egt goods rexperience; egpoyer sat-lesmn-GdreverMarket Serryi, Tedbury. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Guraioed.24 T~HAERY-Wansd o Agrenic oun Lay, youn tel;nsow dLI ro rfre.l~ri Draperunor &r, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way, said that on the previous morning he was going to bin work en the line. He was walking towards Tedbury, up the line, and when he came near to Oumrming'a Bridge saw the body of a man lying between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who resided in Wharf Street was charged with stealing 30s., belonging to a young man named Mark Andrews, late of Tedbury, Gloucestershire. The prosecutor, it appeared, was by trade a baker. Being out of employment, he came to Birmingham, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brutally murdered by a gang of poachers, a verdict of wilful murder was returned against the four men-William. Dny, lWilliam Tedbury, Henry Tdlbury, and Francis Tedbury-charged with the crime. ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE, A tragody w:ss enabted at Hyde Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nothing of the proceed- ings or the parties in the Jennens case. R. W. B.," Walsall. - The distanco from Tedbury to 3 Hereford is about fourteen miles. " "Daily Subscriber."-Imprisonment " during the Queen's f pleasure " is equivalent Subscribers-only content

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