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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tetbury Charities for the poor

    Tetbury Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. An alms-house mentioned at Tetbury in 1509 10 was presumably that on the north side of the churchyard; it had certainly been built by 1594 . 11 In 1683 it housed

    Tetbury Education

    Tetbury Education EDUCATION. The history of the original Tetbury grammar school, founded under Sir William Romney 's will and maintained by the feoffees until the end of the 18th century, has been outlined in another volume. 82 Some details of

    Tetbury Roman catholicism

    Tetbury Roman catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. In 1935 Salesians based at Malmesbury opened a branch house, with a chapel, at a house in Silver Street . A separate parish for Tetbury was founded in the following year, and in 1942 the

    Tetbury Protestant nonconformity

    Tetbury Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. A group of Quakers was established at Tetbury from the mid 1650s . The leading member was Nathaniel Cripps , a justice of the peace, whose house at Upton became the meeting-place and was visited

    Tetbury Local government

    of the Tetbury union in 1836 . 14 The parish workhouse, on the east side of Gumstool Hill , became the union workhouse, and was rebuilt during 1905-6 . 15 It later became the Cotswold Hospital. Public Services. Tetbury town

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 5 The River of THAMES.

    out of the side of an Hill, standing in the Plains of Cotswold, in Glocestershire , about a Mile from Tetbury , in the same County, near unto the Fosse, (an Highway so called of old) where it was sometime

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Table of Stages] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [and Post Towns.]

    Bristol , Glocester, Cyrencester, Leachlad, Newenham, Michael-Dean , Newent , Tewksbury, Cheltenham , Minchin-hampton, Dursley , Winchcombe , Berkley , Tetbury , Wotton under Edge , Thombury, North Leach , Chippin-Sodbury, Marsfield. HANT-SHIRE. Wincheser, Southampton , Hartford-bridge , Acton ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Wood, Hoddersfrld, merchants. Attorney, Mr. Beckett. Nohle-street, Puster-lane. . Netle, Warmintsler, viettualter. Attorney, Mr. Lowden Cle-k mnent's-Iiin. D. Womkey, Tetbury, Gloiicestershire, grocei' Atteruies, Messrs. Jenkins, Jlades, auii Abbott, New Inn. S. asid G. Williams and T. TarrAmtl, Lilvpol-lane, strawi`at-ma- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ashel Burn rickyard, at a quarter past 12 o'clock on Saturday morning, the premises being situate about half way between Tetbury and Wotton Underedge. The fire was fortunately confined to the barley stack, and the damage done does not exceed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IV. Atkinson, and W. Nixon, Corn Eschange, barck lane, corn factors; an far as regarda W. Wightman-J. Cook and Sons, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, brewers; as far as regards J. Cook, aen-F. H. W. Jackson and J. Maddock, Liverpsol, brokers-H. Eisdell and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradley, Sunderland, sail-cloth manufacturers -T. F. Preedy and F. E. Preedy, Weymouth, cigar merchants- F. B. White andJ. B. Williams, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, surgeons -W. Downs and R. Martin, Nottingham, drapers-T. Warren and E. B. Warren, Carmarthen, rhemists-.W. Rowett and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maria Frances Thies; Bristol,' hotel keeper. [Castle nd Hendersone Bristol. T. Sawtell, Newport, Monmothshire, baker. [Wilkes, Gloucester. V. A. Glower, Tetbury, Gloucesterohire, hatter. [Abbot, Bristol. T. Wheeler, Liverpool, fruit merchant. [Tyrer, Liverpool. J, Heultos, Hulme, Matncheterttr joiner;- (SoleeandS Co., Mantliester. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Scene of the Katskill Mountain (caption)

    The Masters G. perform at Cirencester on Tuesday the 22d, inst. Stroud, 23d, and Cheltenham, 25th. t^'C-^, /^r GOODWTN, PRINTEa, TETBURY. 1-^ TT AHaexaj. 'ttaxNiUd 'NAAiaooo WW^J!/ / qieS *uiBiiu»jpq3 puB 'pgg *pnoJis '^sui *pg5 aq) ^«psdnx uo Jd^»3U9JiQ ya Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Tetbury, 1898

    Tetbury View of a street, forking into two streets in background, lined with houses; sign lettered with 'Riddicks' above bay window of shop in foreground at left, and another sign lettered with 'Street' on the next building; clock on

    Vera Effigies Richardi Collins, 1676

    Vera Effigies Richardi Collins Portrait, half length, wearing long wig, cravat and buttoned coat, and holding a compass. 1676Engraving


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