These are the most recent additions to our
years of the Shield/Shill family in Tytherington
- Photo of the
cottages on Baden Hill Road
(now demolished). Remains can be seen if you're very
Tytherington Church Clock Face has a Make-Over!
Tytherington telephone kiosk - under threat of destruction!!??
1893 Tytherington School photograph with pupil's names, and two
other old photos.
- The Tytherington
Lime Kiln receives a make-over.
- A new picture of the 'long gone' cottage at
pictures of West Street cottage
The amazing story of Tytherington born Flight Lieutenant Jeffrey
- List of
vicars at St. James Church Tytherington from 1574 to date.
- An iconic
photo c1900 of Tytherington Quarrymen
Man and a Grandmother hanged at Gloucester Gaol. What were
- Distinguished guests at Eleanor Hardwicke's wedding - July 10th 1907
- Pendicks Farm,
Stidcot, Tytherington - photos and details of owners and occupiers
second photo of Squire Hardwicke with the Village Cricket XI
What a poser he is!!
- Another past programme and photos from the Churpels archives!
Rocks Football Club - named team photos from 1901 to 1990's.
Oral History of Tytherington - taped interviews with villagers of a
time long passed
Tytherington Dignitary - Major General Sir George Green!!!
- Memories about
George Manuell head teacher in the village school 1896-1911
- What was Squire Hardwicke really like? His chauffeur tells
- Thomas Hardwicke Agricultural Exhibitor & Judge
- More on the
- Squire Hardwicke extends his garden and moves a road!
Yeoman James Pullin and Mill Farm
- Newspaper extracts featuring Tytherington from 1725 to 1947
Davis Family of Tytherington
- Tragic death in Tytherington Quarry of Arthur Davis 1927
- Village Photo
- Cement Slab
Sheds next to the Church
Crossing in Tytherington
- Tytherington Stationmasters and Porters
- Quaker families in Tytherington
Hardwicke's floral vase
- Time line
of some events in the life of Squire Hardwicke Lloyd Hardwicke 1880
Squire Hardwicke Lloyd Hardwicke in the village cricket team c 1894
the Bristol home of the Hardwicke family
- Josiah Pullen - was
he Tytherington's brainiest resident ever?
- Tytherington's link with the famous orchestral conductor Sir Thomas Beecham
Battle between Squire Hardwicke and the Vicar of Tytherington
- Tytherington Quarry and the Second Severn Crossing
- Church and Chapel Covenant in 1988
- Tytherington Churpels win the
Rose Bowl Award 2001
- Tytherington Lime Kilns
first lady parish councillor in 1976
- Personal details,
photographs, and war records for many of the soldiers remembered
on the Tytherington War Memorial
- The Lord of the Manor the
Hardwicke's family tree
- The story of WW1 soldier
Lance Corporal Fred
- Information about a
WW1 interned aliens camp in
Tytherington and an interview with an old villager
- A 1906 postcard
from perhaps a thwarted lover?
- Newspaper articles on
recruitment in the
Tytherington area in World War 1
- Dedication of the
Tytherington War Memorial
Day Celebration in the village in 1919 after WW1
- 1911 Census details for the
Swan Inn and
New House Farm
- Tytherington History Trail - 1 leaflet
- Information about
Men & Armour for
Tytherington in 1608.
- Details of a
collection by villagers after WW1 for a War Memorial.
Not everyone was happy to contribute!
- A group photo with names of the
Tytherington Home Guard
- Two poems from villager Alice Johnson. One
Tytherington Village Halls and the other the
- Photos of the
Tytherington men who
enrolled to fight in WW1 in1916.
- Eye witness account of a bomber which crashed at Grovesend
during World War 2.
- Photographs of Ivy Day,
the only woman and civilian on the Tytherington War Memorial
- Copies of the
1921 OS Map of Tytherington.
Have a look and see how things have changed!
- Some addtional photos of the Tytherington Cricket team in the 1950's.
- Photos of the
HARDWICKE FAMILY -
Lords of the Manor of Tytherington. Also details of the
sale of the Hardwicke
Estate in 1936.
- Some great photos and old programmes from t he
world famous CHURPELS pantomimes!
Started in 1953 and still going strong.
- Information about
JOHN BERRY of
Tytherington, one of our country's first Nurserymen. We only
really know about him because he upset the vicar!
- Copies of selected pages from the Tytherington
Village School Log
Books from 1890 - 1900, and 1941 - 1945.
- Naughty children, even in those days!! A wonderful
letter dated May 1915 from a local headteacher to the
headteacher at Tytherington regarding a badly behaved pupil
- Save Our School! Details of the action taken to try to save the
School from closure
in 1974 with newspaper articles, photographs and copies of published
- More photos of the
school pupils have been added for 1891, 1922, 1925, 1932, 1968,
- The Bell Family of Itchington and Tytherington - pioneers in