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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Economic history

    before 1719. 12 Some small parcels of land in the Tunley fields in Bisley belonged to Edgeworth 13 which probably received the detached portion of 15 a. instead when Tunley was inclosed. 14 In the early 14th century there was

    Bisley Protestant nonconformity

    comprised 20 adults with a Sunday school of 22. 80 A small Wesleyan chapel was built at Tunley by Henry William Hancox of Tunley Farm in 1848 ; 81 it claimed congregations of up to 65 in 1851 82 but

    Edgeworth Introduction

    which included a detached area of 15 a. in Tunley south of the parish, comprised 1,598 a. 1 The detached portion was probably the result of lands held in the Tunley fields by Edgeworth tenants, possibly those of Cirencester Abbey

    Bisley Local government

    as Bisley manor. In the 1540s the hundred court heard presentments from tithingmen for Bisley , Bidfield, Througham , and Tunley . 61 The heavy burden of poor-relief in a parish with so numerous a population of cottage weavers led

    Bisley Manors and other estates

    89 In the 14th century Tunley was regarded as part of the fee of Over Lypiatt which was held by the Maunsells from Bisley manor, 90 and the main estate, known as the manor of TUNLEY , or more usually

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brothers, were charged oti su- picion of having committed a robbery in the house of Mr. I-lhncox, a fIrliier, at Tunley, six miles from Gloucester. On the night of the 2d November as Mr. Iancox, jun., was in the farm-yard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sampson Rolt North, ordealey. c4159 _ yOUTH respectable arnd well-educated) Wanted, about 16 year i ae, au an cApprentico.-Apply toJ. Tunley, Pharmaceutieal I - Chamist, 255, High Street, West Bronolvich.e MIc415R .' Yd '6O7UTH n Manufacturer's Ofien, aboot 36 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smeth- SInETrsWICIC, BURsTON. Bird, e Davis, b Evershed .. 29 W. Eversbrd, b Bird ...... 16 Allarton, b Davis ..........8 Tunley, Bluoke, b Breceden 12 E. Wheeler, bStaley. 26 Sngden, and b Breedon , 1 Blocks, b Staley ........4 S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - J Mr. L. C. Docker. c .Scott, h LowvrY .*--- Mr. C. C. .Marshall, b Clark ............ ir. WV. Tunley, c Lowry, Itz MyNS * . .. Mr. P. G. Extuam C It, , Nets1 I, wt.'i'S Mr. IL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the meeting be ,ives at;ot soc-,ietv. Nr. niobeisrstilosrlei sconided thHe pzropsitiou, and it was carrned.-ir. C. i ibton s, of Tunley, the s~n ity'sdairy steward responded, vounnenting on tlie fa>.t that, last vr.3r RlS,GOG,OGO. wvera s r emnt o tt Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1759, 6 February 1759

    of Hcllozvay, D linker ton, and Rodjloke; and that, if a Road was open¬ ed from Bath towards Wells, by Tunley, it would not be liable to the Inconveniences of the prefent Road, and would alfo reduce the Length of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Stone Scotland {Clackmannan and Perthshire Dumbartonshire Glasgow and Shotts Lanarkshire Selkirkshire), Selby Ferry, 8cc, Southtown (Yarmouth), Stafford and Uttoxeter Tavistock, Tunley, Upton Hill -Walton Bridge, Worksop, Wortley. 1 Improvements. Vide Bermondsey (VVater-side)- Chippeniiam Devizes Grosvenor-p lace- Ireland (Kingstown) Limehouse— —Saint Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Reading; and to be printed ; 253. Second Reading deferred, 272, 306. Bill committed, 355. Committee de¬ ferred, 373, 409. Englishcombe Road. Vide Tunley. and Inhabitants of Liverpool, for a Bill which may place the Enslow Bridge. Vide Barrington. Enstone Subscribers-only content

    Indexes to reports of commissioners, 1832-1854. (Parliamentary representation.), 1854

    1 he county of Hants, to the borough of Southampton, 1. 219, 220. Tunley Tithing, Gloucestershire. He| ort on the proposed annexation of the tithing of" Tunley, in the county of Gloucester, to the borough of Stroud, 1. 195-198. TumtttU Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Tuckingmill, 1 1,023. 11,070.18,835. Tmldonlmm, 12,020. Tugby, -Jco., 0,787. Tulletby, 18,010. Tunbrldgo, 0,720. 13,109. Tunbrldgo Wells, 8*612. 11,00ft*. !2,lfiO. 14,750. Tunley, 8,091. 16,676. Tunstnll, 8,106, 3,887. 8,330. 8,840. 11,288. 11,242. 11,243. 11,004. Turnlull, W. ond S., 1,461. Turnby, 4,017. 4,031. Subscribers-only content

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