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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Tewkesbury Parliamentary representation

    from Tewkesbury . 12 In the first parliament in which Tewkesbury was represented Sir Dudley Digges 's colleague was Edward Ferrers of Fiddington , brother of William Ferrers 13 after whom w as called the grammar school at Tewkesbury to

    The borough of Tewkesbury Charities

    The borough of Tewkesbury Charities CHARITIES. The leper hospital commonly said to have been in Tewkesbury in 1200 1 was not there but at Touques (Calvados) in Normandy . 2 At that time, however, another charitable foundation may have existed,

    The borough of Tewkesbury Local government

    extensive franchises in Tewkesbury , 6 but only because Tewkesbury was part of the liberty, and the earl's franchises were no wider in the town than in the hundred of Tewkesbury . 7 The abbots of Tewkesbury , however, claimed

    The borough of Tewkesbury Economic history

    of timber being brought down the Severn through Tewkesbury in the 13th century, 88 and in 1407 Thomas Bridges of Tewkesbury had seven trees lying at the quay there. 89 In 1401 Tewkesbury , like Norwich , Lincoln , and

    The borough of Tewkesbury Introduction Tewkesbury , 1964

    The borough of Tewkesbury Introduction THE BOROUGH OF TEWKESBURYTewkesbury, once a parliamentary borough, lies on the left bank of the Severn , a little below the point at which that river enters Gloucestershire . The town itself was outside

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Henry III

    was at Westminster. His first coronation took place at Gloucester, shortly after the death of his father. Other chronicles which contain this story relate that it took place at Tewkesbury, where the earl of Gloucester was lord of the town.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 05 May 1621, 05 May 1621-05 May 1621

    within Three Miles of Tewkesbury. - That therefore they may contribute. Mr. Berkeley: - That this Bill against Law and Equity. - By Law, all Towns corporate to bear their own Charge of Bridges. - That Tewkesbury standeth near Three

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 28 March 1610, 28 March 1610-28 March 1610

    1610 Mercurii, 28o Martii, 1610 Tewksbury Charter. WARRANT for Tewkesbury. A new Charter to be made. Highways. L. 1. - Explanation, & c. - Highways. Ministers. L. 1. - Scandalous Ministers. Copyholders. L. 1. - Decrees - Copyholders. H. Mildmaye.

    Charter I, On the liberties of the Burgesses of Cardiff (1147)

    ad hundredum extra burgum pro aliqua summonicione. [Translation. ] These are the liberties and free customs of Kerdif and of Tewkesbury, given and granted by Robert and William, Earls erstwhile of Gloucester. Firstly, that each burgage shall give an annual

    Errata and Corrigenda

    "Schwerin." " 498, 4 lines from bottom for "Thomas Overbury to " read "Sir Thomas Overbury to [the Corporation of Tewkesbury ] ." " 503, 7 lines from bottom for "received even then" read "visited even them." " " 3 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOWDESWELL, Richard II (c.1653-1711), of Pull Court, Bushley, Worcs.

    Richard II (c.1653-1711), of Pull Court, Bushley, Worcs. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 1685 Tewkesbury 1689 Tewkesbury 1690 Tewkesbury 1695 Tewkesbury 1698 Tewkesbury Feb 1701 Tewkesbury Dec. 1701 Tewkesbury 1702 Tewkesbury 1705 Tewkesbury 1708 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Worcs. 1677-80, Glos.

    Tewkesbury

    Tewkesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and freeholders (1797) Estimated number qualified to vote: about 525 JOHN EDMUND DOWDESWELL 06 Mar. 1820 JOHN MARTIN 06 Mar. 1820 JOHN EDMUND DOWDESWELL 09 June 1826 JOHN MARTIN

    Tewkesbury

    Tewkesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the 'burgesses' and freemen HON. HENRY CAPEL 12 Apr. 1660 RICHARD DOWDESWELL I 12 Apr. 1660 (SIR) HENRY CAPEL Apr. 1661 RICHARD DOWDESWELL I Apr. 1661 SIR FRANCIS RUSSELL, Bt. vice

    Tewkesbury

    Tewkesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and inhabitant householders WILLIAM DOWDESWELL 1 Feb. 1715 ANTHONY LECHMERE 1 Feb. 1715 NICHOLAS LECHMERE 25 June 1717 vice Anthony Lechmere, appointed to office LECHMERE 19 Mar. 1718 re-elected

    Tewkesbury

    Tewkesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen and freeholders (1797) SIR WILLIAM CODRINGTON, Bt. 18 June 1790 JAMES MARTIN 18 June 1790 WILLIAM DOWDESWELL vice Codrington, deceased 19 Mar. 1792 JAMES MARTIN 30 May 1796 WILLIAM

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyd wedi bwriadu ei drealio. Mi a bregethwn prydnhawn heddyw yn Gloueoster, ac yfosy drachofn, a ol hyny awn i Tewkesbury, pregethwn yno y pryd- nhawr, s0 aethwn i'r oyfarfod eglwyaig yn yr hwyr. s, Ar ol hyny mi awn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - *Gurdon 8776 .. BUJCKS, Rbanbarth Buckingham, D27N8H{E ';rbat ; rIsta_ Lewis 4D77 ..1 - - Nekeweb27oh, GLOUCasTSEIR , Rbanbarth Tewkesbury. Yorke 4666 . .... * - 1. - Samuelson 4484 - , o.... NovTE LANCASHIAN, North Lonsdale. Ainslie 4166 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £35 4. Pope, A, Endowed Middle School, Newcastle, an Staffordshire .-. ... ... £35 T 5. Fluck, C, E. W, Tewkesbury, Private Stduy (Old Student's Scholaxship). ... £30 6. Winter, W. P., School of Science, Cheltenham, (Mr. Davies, of Bootle's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ier home in a postcha.se, to UIle inexpressible ceomfort of her disco;Lsolate parent'. A womnaD was. latev ween begging -at Tewkesbury, in C(loucestershire, with a i}itthlb-y about five years old; Inns circd~staue-es, it appeared evident thatthe bild was not her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    assertion, she said that the; had christe4ed their - The Bishop of Ey: died on- ediiesday '.orning at Forthampton, near Tewkesbury, Gioucester. On Tuesday the LORD M Yor; ordered the price of bread to be raised to 12'2d. the quartera Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1200 (1563)

    thy profession and vowe, take as vnto thy wife one woman, commonly called Alice Pulton in þe parish church of Tewkesbury in þe Dioces of Glocester, with whom thou haddest mutua cohabitation, and carnall copulation, as man and wyfe, and

    Queene Mary. Articles obiected agaynst Will. Flower, with his answers to the same.

    thy profession and vow, take as vnto thy wife, one woman, commonly called Alice Pulton, in the parish churche of Tewkesbury, in the Dioces of Gloucester, with whom thou haddest mutuall cohabitation and carnall copulation, as man and wife, and

    Q. Mary. The story of William Flower striking a Priest at westminster, Martyr.

    a while, at length in Tewkesbury according to gods holy ordinaunce, W. Flower marieth a wife.he maried a wife, with whom he euer after faithfully and honestly continued: and after his mariage, he taried in Tewkesbury about two yeares together:

    Q. Mary. The apprehension, examination, and imprisonment of Will. Flower.

    a while, at lengthe in Tewkesbury according to Gods holy ordinance, W. Flower maryeth a wyfe.he maried a wife, with whom he euer after faithfully and honestly cōtinued: and after his marriage, he taried in Tewkesbury about 2. yeares together:

    Book 6, page 1198 (1563)

    & went into Gloucester shire, where after he had made his abode in þe coūtrey a while, at lēgth in Tewkesbury he maried a yong womā called Alice Pulton, wt whom he euer after faithfully & honestly continued. And after

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1714, 17 March 1715

    neburgi, Duci Cornubia & Rothfaya, Duci & Marchio- ni Cantabrigia, Comiti de Milfordhaven & de Carrek, Vicecomiti Northallerton, Baroni de Tewkesbury & de Renfrew, Domino Infularum,. & Senefcallo Scotia, ac Nobiliffimi Ordinis Perifcelidis Equiti, Principi Wallia, & Comiti Cefiria, Salutem. Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1756, 4 March 1756

    eft Billa, intituled, « An AftjSJ.hS for repairing and widening the feveral Roads from RoaJs, Bill i the Town of Tewkesbury to Co/comb Gate, and from Ifabel's Elm to the Top of Got herington-hi 11, in the County of Glouceßer Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1756, 18 March 1756

    intituled, " An Aft for repairing and widening the Roads leading from the City of " Gloucefltr towards .Cheltenham and Tewkesbury in the County of Gloucefier" was committed : " That " they had coniidered the laid Bill, and examined Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1818, 4 March 1818

    " An Act Tewkesbury " for enlarging the Term and Powers of Two Acts Roads Bill. « of jjjs present Majesty, for repairing the Roads " leading from the City of Gloucester towards Chel- " tenham and Tewkesbury, in the Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1818, 9 March 1818

    morrow. Russells & Moffat against Shannon & Co. M'Morranfe Co. against Newcastle Fire Insur¬ ance Co, utors d. Gloucester & Tewkesbury Roads Bill.' Ire- linst rd Gloucester & Berkeley Canal Bill". i & inst nt. of Hos- dnst Ayr Roade Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 6

    St. Mariæ Eborum. Liber St. Mariæ Overies. Liber St. Martins . Liber Osney . Liber de Papie. Liber Roffens. Liber Tewkesbury . Liber Trinitatis. Liber Waverley . Liber de Woodbridge . Lidgate John. Lilie George . Lilie William . Livius.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan, High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 1738

    St. George's Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 1202 Lodge Number (1863): 900 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan Hotel, High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 1862 Town Hall, High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 1862 Swan Hotel, High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 1894

    Mythe Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire , England 1949 Masonic Hall , Tolzey Lane , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire , England 1953 Masonic Hall , Trinity Walk , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire , England 1982

    Richard Whittington Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Stardens Country Club , Newent, Gloucestershire , England 1957 Masonic Hall , Tolzey Lane , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire , England 1962 George Hotel , Newent, Gloucestershire , England 1968 Masonic Hall , Newnham-on-Severn , Gloucestershire ,

 

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