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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucestershire Records Office accumulations

    D 262 Marling family of Tidenham D 326 Guise family of Elmore and Highnam D 333 Marcham collection D 340A Tortworth estate muniments D 445 Stonehouse Court estate muniments D 537 Cadle family of Westbury-on-Severn D 547A Clark & Smith

    Gloucestershire record office accumulations

    Rawlins & Logie of Cirencester (solicitors) D 182 Mullings, Ellett & Co. of Cirencester (solicitors) D 340A Ducie family of Tortworth D 547A Donald Clark & Co. of Tetbury (solicitors), Stephens family of Chavenage D 566 Tetbury feoffees D 587

    Woodchester Manor and other estates

    when the estate passed to his eldest son, also Matthew Ducie Moreton , 78 who was created Lord Ducie of Tortworth in 1763 and died in 1770 . Lord Ducie was succeeded by his nephew Thomas Reynolds , Lord Ducie

    King's Stanley Manors and other estates

    1720 Baron Ducie of Moreton (d. 1735), 64 and then to his son Matthew, created in 1763 Baron Ducie of Tortworth (d. 1770). 65 The estate then passed to the nephew of the second Matthew, Thomas Reynolds , Lord Ducie

    Parishes Tirley

    a grant of the manor in fee and a licence to alienate it to his nephew, Sir Thomas Throckmorton of Tortworth , 129 who already held Tirley manor. The Haw manor passed with Tirley manor to Sir Baynham Throckmorton ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 34, April 1600, 01 April 1600-30 April 1600

    April 1600 April 1600 April 13. Tortworth. 29. John Garlek to Mr. Latimer, at the sign of the Cock, near St. Dunstan's Church. I wrote you touching Mr. Caple's matter. Send down the order, whereby he may be relieved among Subscribers-only content

    Sir Baptist Hicks

    pedigree starts from John Hicks of Tortworth, co. Gloucester, who died 38 Henry VIII. (1546), and Margaret his wife, who was still living in 1557. John Hicks owned fulling-mills and other property in Tortworth. The family do not appear to

    Charles I - volume 50, January 17-21, 1627, 17 January 1627-21 January 1627

    allowed to molest him. [Jan. 17. ] 4. Matthew Cradock to Sec. Conway. Certifies that by an inquisition held at Tortworth, 1626, Feb. 14, and at the assizes at Gloucester in July following, George Roche was indic ted for the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    Torbay , Devon Torell , see Thorold. Torksey , co. Lincoln Torpell , co. Northampton, manor Torrington , Devon, musters Tortworth , co. Gloucester manor Toseland , hundred, co. Huntingdon Totmanslow , hundred, co. Stafford Totness , Earl of, see Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    Devon Torkington , Mr. Torlise , Mr., Archbishop Laud's servant, letter to Torrington , Devon Great, Devon, document dated from Tortworth , co. Gloucester Toser , John examination of Totness , Devon Mayor and others, petition of order on Tottenham Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Wandsworth, ire Surrey, in the 59th year of his age, WVm. Mercer, Esq. Same day, at his seat at Tortworth, Gloucestershire, Francis geynolds Moreton, Baton Ducie, Provost Mar- Sii] of Barbuado6, in his 69th year. At Alexandtia, 'in Am&ica, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Pelham, of a son-On the iDii inst., the Lady Louisa Cotes, of a dan gh1ter-0l1 tle 17th inst., at Tortworth part, Glocestersbire, tlse Honi. Mrs Percy Moretosl, of a son-on the 15th last., at Franktormsur-M3ain, Mrs Horace Mtarryat, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Births.-On the 25th inst., at No. 12 Grosvenor sqiare, Lady A. G, Langton of a daughter-On the 22nd inst., at Tortworth park, Gloucester, the Hon. Mrs P'. Moreton, of a daughter -On the 2ist inst., at Ickworth, the Lady Arthur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HALL. BIR3FrNGTHl1I. It aM'~ESSRS. LYTHALL, MANSELL, & WALTERS ly h~lavo been honoured with instrsictions from thme Right Hon. Lourd Moretoni. Tortworth Court. to Sell by Auction, on THURSDAY NEXT', the 25th of Septerubbr-Thirty Purce-brted Whilts PIGS, of the !arge and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an V M'ESSRS. LYTHALL, MANSELL, & WALTERS to .hVLhave beeti honoureil with Isistritetlois from the Right Hon. tI ILorsi Moreton. Tortworth Court, to Sellby Auction, on THURfSDAY Ty 1 NEXT, the 2lth of Septemnber-Thirty Pnre-bred White FIGSo TI the harge Subscribers-only content

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