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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Outlying hamlets LONGFORD AND TWIGWORTH c. 1855

    in Tuffley in which the abbot claimed free warren in 1287 . 54 In the later 17th century Tuffley manor had a park on the south-west side of Robins Wood Hill . 55 In the early 18th century Tuffley remained

    Gloucester Roman Catholicism

    Lower Tuffley , 28 which became the focus for Catholic worship in the south part of the parish. In 1980 , when mass was said in the Anglican church of St. George , a chapel was built in Tuffley Lane

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 City government

    in the Cheltenham Road , Wotton , and Coney Hill areas and to the south at Matson , Tuffley , Lower Tuffley , and Podsmead . 188 The council's composition was unchanged but the wards' boundaries and names were altered.

    Gloucester Modern parish churches

    taken over by the city corporation. 46 St. Barnabas , Tuffley . Begun in 1938 and consecrated in 1940 , 47 it replaced a temporary church. A school-chapel built at Tuffley in 1874 was used for services by a mission

    Gloucester Education

    had 257 children on the roll and the infants' school 184. Grange schools, see below, Lower Tuffley . Harewood infants' school, at Lower Tuffley , was opened by the city education authority in 1966 , and Harewood junior school was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sum of £1,341. la. ; the number of members good on the books being 204. Messrs. Smith, Cashnore, Martin, Tuffley, Jones, and others contributed to the harmony of the even- ing by seie capital songs, and tme party did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M5. for riding on the shafts of his oaut Thomas Peters, was fined 6s. for the same offence; a;d Thomas Tuffley was fined 6a. for driving two hornes, t'he leading horse having no reins on. DISGRACEFUL ASSAULT. -William Thomas Cook, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good WORIC SAN, to G.Xthe above branch.-Address by letter, K. 20, Daily Posti 001cc, Birmingham. 670 WANTED, a gocd TINMAN.-Apply, Tuffley and Co., 40i, W Mount Stetreet,63 AIO'A1TED,, WORKING FOREMAN MOULDER, at a Steam Engine.Mnftoy establishehd mere than fIlteen yeare. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the neighbourhood, it will be seen, bid fair to make a creditable show:- No. CL Name. Address. Desoription. 9- John Tuffley, 40. Mount Street, models in zinc, 299 3 C. Hawkeeford, back of 10 and il, Summer Lane, screws of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Underhill; Corner, Worcester Street, from Walter Booth to Thomasl WaLlcer; Corner Stores, Suffolkr Street, from John Haden to John Tuffley. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE WEDNESBURY SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION. Yesterday evening, a meeting Subscribers-only content

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