Newspaper Extracts Featuring Tytherington from 1725 - 1947
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Thanks to Stephen Bees for his research in tracking down these newspaper articles.  

1725 - John Brice in Jail at Bristol

  

1738 - Tytherington man robbed

 

1738 - William Morgan

 

1753 - Thomas Fenton threatens his wife

 

1779 - Death of vagrant at lime kiln

 

1785 - Rev Shellard vicar of Tytherington dies  1795 - James Hardwicke appointed vicar of Tytherington  1797 - Collection for Gloucester Infirmary 
1799 - Auction at Swan Inn (inc Seven Stars)

 

1801 - Joseph Matthews hanged

 

1801 - Mary Bedggood married

 

1805 - Thomas Machin Hardwicke dies

 

1802 - Game Duty T M Hardwicke & Russell

     

1805 - Thomas Machin Hardwicke dies

   

   
1806 - Robert Drew Game Duty

 

1807 - John Millard long service

 

1809 - Sale of Berry Mead, tenant Joice Walker

 

1809 - Jermiah Russell's daughter marries

 

1809 - Vicar of Tytherington Jas. Hardwicke married

 

1812 - Hardwicke v Hardwicke Court Case

 

1812 - Joseph Helm appointed Curate of Tytherington

 

1813 - James Russell marries Mary Tyrell

 

1814 - Manor of Tytherington for sale

 

1815 - Badenhill Field for sale

 

1816 - Thomas Tanner finds a horse

 

1818 - Thomas Attewell Estate

 

  1818 - Rev Green takes up Tytherington Parish

 

1819- Accidental death of Sarah Long

 

1820 - Deaths due to excessive heat

 

1820 - Thomas Alway

 

1822 - Teacher's reference from Rev Green

 

1822 - William Hatchett transported

 

1823 - Stephen Toghill

 

1824 - Balloon lands in quarry

 

1824 - Eliza Cox at Bath Hospital

 

1825 - Harriet Hardwicke born

 

1826 - Maria Hardwicke born

 

1826 - Thomas Millard transported

 

1826 - Turnpike near Tytherington

 

 

1827 - Death of Elizabeth Hardwicke

 

 

1827 - Presentation to T. Hardwicke

 

1827 - Another presentation to Hardwicke JP 
1827 - Thomas Hardwicke's mother dies

 

1829 - Insolvent Debtor Matthew Baker

 

1830 - Isaac Pullen 74

 

1830 - New vicar Rev W Roberson

 

1831 - Death Richard Matthews at Brook Farm

 

1831 - Death of Sarah Russell

 

1831 May - Thomas Bluett Hardwicke married

 

1831 Dec - Thomas Bluett Hardwicke dies

 

1831 - Henry Tucker Hardwicke died at 16/buried

 

1832 - Rev Roberson marries

1833 - George Bryant's daughter Sarah of West St Farm married

 

1833 - George Meredith accidental death

 

1833 - The Grange struck by lightening

 

1833 - Mary Ann Hardwicke widow of Thomas Bluett dies

 

1834 - Tytherington resident dies at 112 yrs old  1834 - Mr Bryant's carter dies

 

1835 - James Cobb's breeches stolen

 

1835 Thomas Barton & Jacob Young Transported 1835 - Thomas Daniel shopkeeper in trouble

 

1835 - William Hulance shopkeeper in trouble

 

1836 - Court Case Rev Roberson v. Squire   Hardwicke  1836 - Elizabeth wife of Thomas Hardwicke dies

 

1836 - James Shill has potatoes stolen

 

1837 - Convocation and Church Council

 

1837 - Moorleaze and other land sold  1837 - James Williams dies

 

1837 - Survey for Poor Rates

 

1838 - Found dead in a field after leaving the Swan Inn

1840 - Auction of Mrs Williams effects 1840 - Rectorial Tithes and a new Parsonage 1840 - Sale of Robert Drew's land including Jones Furlong

 

1840 - Thomas Hardwicke detains horse thieves

 

1840 - Susanah Hardwicke, last surviving daughter dies

 

1841 - Thefts from Ann Pullen and John Sainsbury

 

1841 - Sale of House opposite Tytherington Church 1841 - Thomas Hardwicke dies age 60

 

1841 - Sale of Timber at The Swan Inn 1842 - Baptist Chapel opens

 

1842 - Tollgate at Tytherington (Bagstone) See photo on right

 

Photo of Bagstone Turnpike

 

 

1842 - Sale at The Swan Inn of property and land

 

1843 - Jeremiah Russell selling a farm

 

1843 - Lots for sale at Itchington Manor

 

1843 - Sarah Tyler widow of Nathaniel Tyler selling West End Farm

 

1843 - William Pullen's wife Dionis dies age 37

 

1844 - Elizabeth Tyler daughter of Nathaniel of West End Farm marries

 

1844 - Lower Farm Itchington for sale

 

1844 - William Roberts insolvent debtor

 

1845 - Railway application to Parliament

 

1847 - John Shatford's Fulton Field for sale

 

1846 - Mr. Honeywill

 

 

1846 - The Church-Goer part 1

 

1846 - The Church-Goer part 2

 

1846 - Reply to The Church-Goer

 

1847 - Poor Law job

 

1847 - John Shatford leaving his farm 
1847 - Thomas Taylor selling trees

 

1848 - John Sainsbury on Game List

 

1848 - Jeremiah Russell dies after one last smoke!  1850 - Charles White, tiler & plasterer dies

 

1850 - Discovery of a silver in Tytherington Quarry

 

1850 - Theft of hay from Thomas Jenkins by Thomas Jordan & William Tuck

1850 - Levi Packer steals wheat from Thomas Gazard

 

1851 - John Tratman village blacksmith dies
1851 - Mrs Morris donates to Bristol Royal Infirmary

 

1851 - Rebecca James steals bacon from James Matthews

 

1851 - Land & Dwelling House for sale at Itchington  1853 - Desirable land for sale

 

1853 - Inclosure, exchange and improvement of land 1853 - Medical Officer wanted

 

1853 - Tytherington infavour of Jews entering Parliament

1853 - Sale of Upper and Lower Farm Itchington

 

1853 - William Tuck selling land  1854 - Death of James Hyatt Russell

 

1855 - Charles Hughes accused of assaulting Henry Payne

 

1855 - Harriet Hardwicke dies

 

1856 - Employee of George Boyt in serious accident

 

1856 - James Smith's daughter Sarah of Elmington Villa marries

1856 - Farmer John Sainsbury dies

1856 - Extraordinary Fox Hunt

 

1856 - Jonah & Andrew Pitcher  One in debt the other returns from the dead!!