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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tardebigge

    .' 5 Until 1831 the hamlet of Tutnall and Cobley was in Warwickshire , but by the Acts of 1832 and 1844 6 it was transferred to the county of Worcester . Tutnall and Cobley cover an area of 3,511

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Bordesley

    Ch. 6039. Ord . Vit . (Eng. Hist. Soc.), xiii. 32, 37. Ibid. 32-42. Chron. Norm . sub anno. Probably Tutnall in Tardebigge parish. Pope Nich . Tax . (Rec. Com.), 229b, 238, 257b. Ibid. 217, 217b, 219b, 223. In

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1686-31 May 1687

    , co. Warwick, recusants in tar , pitch and Tarbat , Viscount. See Mackenzie, George. Tardebigge (Tarbrick, Tardbick), co. Worcester, Tutnall in, vicarage of Tarleton (Tarlton), Edward, Alderman of Liverpool John, of Lincoln, certain religious books to be restored to Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, January 1687, 1-4, 01 January 1687-04 January 1687

    wife to Miles Reading; William Bucknell, Eliz. his wife, and Eliz. their daughter; John Millwood; Lawrence Standish and his wife. Tutnall in the parish of Tarbick [ Tardebigg ] . Mary Moore, widow, and Margaret her daughter; Richd. Moore and

    Index, T, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Davenant, H.; letter to, 186. Tuting , Christopher, weigher in London port, dismissed, 533. Tutnall and Cobley , co. Worcester, 400. Tweed , river, bridge built by Charles I over, 199, 461, 541. Tweeddale

    Index, C, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Chester, 26, 169, 428. Cobham , Lord. See Temple, R. Cobley . See Tutnall. Cobran , James, tidewaiter at Dundee, dismissed, 505. Cochran , Robert, landsurveyor at Port Glasgow, 244. -, William, landsurveyor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which ii ? comp rise Alvechurch, Bentley Pauncefoot, 13eoley, Cofton f RjHaekxett, Feckenhiam, Astwood Bank, Oldherrow, Red. C 1 ditCl, Tutnall and Cobley, and Webbeath. The Liberals were represented by Mir. Blick, Mtr. Taylor (Droitwich), g ranl lr. Johi Davis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be turned. The route will be up Mount Pleasant Hill, past the Cotte Hospitalon to Finstall, and thence to Tutnall, and so0n to Hewell Park which will be entered by the Bromsgrove lodge The house party at the Grange Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asked for a pennyworth oftape. To-daythehawkercross- btxamllitd'che witnesses,. and mabde his defence cleverly. He said hee had-he betn*ectirblyb"rought up at Tutnall, end, addressing . Spoonier: remindod'hlnm that his father had ioted for him whes one i~r>Iswleyopposnrd him (referring, we infer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,i0,OOU,, on every description of security, ixt varionus ra~tes of in.- terest. Applicatior Forms gratis.-Address by letter, Mr. J47, aly Tutnall, Bromsegrovo, c3213 M ONEY.-LOANS GRANTED, in Birmin-ihnm auirs ham Ditpt, from wt2. toh.i2., on persolGalNTEd otherSecurityoa i other security, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to £1,000., on every description of security, at various rates of in- terest. Applicatiun Forms gratis.-Addlress by letter, hMr. JaTmes, Tutnall, 3ronnERrovo. e3310 ONEY.-LOANS GRANTED, in Birmingham anti 1V.M District, from £'2. to ;200., on persoual and other Security, at Subscribers-only content

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