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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Laver Manors

    husband Ralph de Tyle . 93 In 1397, after the death of Ralph de Tyle , all his lands in Little Laver were committed to the custody of William de Stucle during the minority of John de Tyle , son

    Bobbingworth Manors

    granted the reversion of the manor, then held for life by Joan wife of Luke Morell , to Ralph de Tyle and his wife Alice, daughter of John de Enfield , to John their son and to t he heirs

    Parishes Weston Patrick

    detached portion of 16 acres on the west, separated from the main part of the parish by Upton Grey . Tyle Barn, a part of Weston Patrick , was in 1879 transferred to Upton Grey parish, 1 and a detached

    Parishes Barcombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY BARCOMBE

    a Kitchyn a brewehouse and a bakehouse and the moste thereof covered with stone of horseham and the rest with Tyle . 'Item there ys a gatehouse other out houses for a Stabull and a Stall and there ys one

    Hornchurch Manors

    Sutton , who had married Dover 's widow Agnes. 61 By 1377 it had passed to Ralph Tyle . 62 In 1388 Tyle conveyed the manor to John Fresshe, mercer of London , who died holding Dovers, so named, in

  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1477-9

    It e m, paid for iij m l' Tyle, for eu er y m l' , vs iiij d, xvj s xxxj s xj d It e m, for c of Rofe tyle, xv d, To harry Clerke, for viij

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1493-4

    sande vj d It e m, for ij loodys of lome viij d It e m, for ij c of Tyle xvj d It e m, for ij loode of lyme ij s It e m, for a workeman and

    Accounts, March 1552 - March 1554

    laborer for Coverynge of Ropers 6 grave and wyll'm Bucklays 7 xij d It'm payde for a hundreth of Pavinge Tyle ij s x d It'm payde to Gawdye and his laborer for coveringe of Gyles Bonfeldes 8 grave vj

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1479-81

    knyght for ij m l' tyle, xj s, xiiij s xj d It e m, for a q ua rt er of Rofe tyle, xvj d, It e m, for di. quarter Corn er tyle, vij d, It e m,

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1487-8

    lath' at v d ob. c. S um ma, iiij s vij d. It e m, for v bushell' es tyle prynnes, p rice the busch', vj d. S um ma, ij s vj d. It e m, to Ioh'n

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The COURTS.

    and the Gate of the old great Hall. This House was very large and long, made of Timber, covered with Tyle , open on both Sides, and at both Ends, that all Men might see and hear what was both

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deunaw oed, o'r enw William Southey, yn byw yn Collier's Row, wedi ei wasgu rhwng dwy ydram yn Mhwll Glo Tyle, ddydd Mer- cher diweddaf. Y taniwr oedd y cyntaf a'i dargan- fyddodd, a. thyBir ei fod wedi aros rhwng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oly cngde d arpau gan yr ancalL ,i 30,000hx yin 431000 ai fodi yddaiynoe a seai ga- ,lywod raeh 1. Tyle r i wallmyedd gyda'r brys .. anwaf-.. Y- cygydi froly bleidahis amny 3 ond wed sira jarc yi ystera-y.Direig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwertli 1 . 10s., gyda c emfys rif briodol arni. CyQfw~inw d yr oriadur i Mrs. Saunders gan Mrs. James, Tyle coch, gwcddw y diweddar Jacob Jaraes, Ysw. Pollai amser a lie i Di geisio rlhoddi dim crynodeb o'r areitliau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 25ain cynfisol, yn New Cross, ger Llandain, yn33 mlwydd oed, bu farw John Jones, mab i Mr. Richard Jones, Tyle, ger Llangeitho. Gadawodd weddw a dau o bliant bach i alarnu ar ei ol. Dodwyd ei:weddillion yn Brockley Cemetery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .VIOLENCGE. INQUEST ON RICHARD HONEY.: Ttutrii DAr. Tyle jury met on Monday at two o'clock. The Coroner ac- ,0inted them, that in reply to their requisition to the Home Vepertrent, Mr. Elobhouse, by order of Earl Bathurst, had eritt eto Subscribers-only content

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