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Hampshire & Sussex, UK
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14thC - 19thC

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WILTSHIRE & SWINDON RECORD OFFICE
1470

Robert TYLBOURGH,
citizen and merchant of Winchester, Hampshire, entered into a Bond, under the Statute Merchant, with:

John TWYNHAM, merchant of Hursley, Hampshire, and
John CALLEY of Winchester.
(ref. 1178/312)

Calley family of Wroughton, Wiltshire

HAMPSHIRE RECORD OFFICE
1471 / 1472

Robert TYLBOROUGH,
witness to the grant of a Charter (Winchester), together with:

Henry SMART, mayor of city,
William CRESSY and William GRENHAM, bailiffs,
John PUTTE, alderman,
William COLVYLE, William SYLVESTRE, Richard BAKER and others.
(ref. 44M69/C/654)

Jervoise family of Herriard, Hampshire

17 April 1753

John TILBURY of the City of London, linnen draper

together with:
Rt. Hon. John, Earl of Portsmouth, and
Samuel CLARKE,
took (1): a sub-lease (for years) from:
Charles EARL and William HUSSEY
(ref. 44M69/E2/268);
and (2):
a lease (for lives) from:
Thomas COOPER
(ref. 44M69/E2/272)

Jervoise family of Herriard, Hampshire (leases, Wiltshire: Stratford Toney)

MUSEUM OF ENGLISH RURAL LIFE
1 October 1824

John TILBERY,

Indenture of Feoffment to:
Adam HOLLOWAY,
concerning 20 poles of land and an cuthouse at Stratfield Turgis, [Hampshire].
(ref. Wellington/1424/1)

The Wellington Estate Collection - Wellesley family, Dukes of Wellington

10 August 1835

John TILBERY of Sherfield-on-Loddon, [Hampshire]

swore an Affidavit.
(ref. Wellington/1424/7)

The Wellington Estate Collection - Wellesley family, Dukes of Wellington

WEST SUSSEX RECORD OFFICE
2 February 1399

John TYLBY*
lately granted land to:

John PAKENHAM and
Wm. PREST;
2 crofts and one garden called Bernefeld and Bruggeham [part of the grant], granted to
John PAKENHAM (entailed): to give yearly service and fee to the 'chief lords' as due;
land situated between Spirestrete (west), land of William STRETERE (east and south), and Stodewikeswode (north).
John PAKENHAM's son was John 'of Naldrette' (see 3 May 1616 below).
(ref. SAS-H/502)

* TYLBY: this may have been of the same group as the TILBURY and variants. TILBY and TILBURY were often confused in later centuries at least. Some researchers of the TILBE(E), TILBY group consider their ascendants to have been two Huguenot brothers who arrived on the south coast of England in the 16th century. The reference in the quoted document is for the end (at least) of the 14th century.
 
Sussex Archaeological Society - Piggott Family: Fitzhall Estate

30 December 1583

Richard TYLBEAR

witnessed the assignment of a lease for 10,000 years (property in the Mardens), together with:
Matthew TAYLOR,
James UMFREY, and
Morris POWELL
(Add Mss 6912)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester, Add Mss, Cat II

March 1581/82 - November 1588
Deposition Books

(f57)
Richard TYLBERY, yeoman of Singleton, age 28, deposed:

lived Singleton 4 years,
previously lived Upmarden 8 years,
b. West Dean;
witnessed and signed.

(f65)
Richard TYLBEROE of Chichester Sub-deanery, age 28, deposed:

lived Chichester 1 month,
previously lived West Dean 4 years,
before that lived Upmarden 5 years,
b. West Meon, Hampshire;
witnessed and signed.
(f57, f65: ref. Ep/I/11/5)

Diocese and Archdeaconry of Chichester: Episcopal Records

April 1599 - June 1611
Deposition Books

(April 1599 - November 1603): Richard TILBOROUGHE

cited before the Court, versus
ex parte Cecilia PAYE, deceased.
(ref. Ep/I/11/9)

(December 1603 - April 1607): Richard TILBOROUGH

said to have defamed Margaret TAYLOR of Stoughton.
(ref. Ep/I/11/10)

(May 1607 - June 1611): Richard TILBOROUGH, yeoman of East Marden:

had lived in East Marden about 1 year,
was previously 1 year or more at Chilgrove in the parish of West Dean, [Sussex]
before that he was in North Marden for about 1 year;
b. West Meon, Hampshire (no age given).
(ref. Ep/I/11/11)

Diocese and Archdeaconry of Chichester: Episcopal Records

3 May 1616

TYLBYES
referred to in the Will of:

John of Naldrett, yeoman, of Naldrett house in Rudgweeke, Sussex;
"... Devise of all messuages, lands &c. unbequeathed to son George [including] lands and tenements called Tylbyes in Wisbrough Greene ..." (see 2 February 1399 above).
(ref. SAS-H/597)

Sussex Archaeological Society - Piggott Family: Fitzhall Estate

6 August 1764

Oliver TILBURY

together with William SCUTT,
witnessed the signing and sealing by:
Anthony, [6th] Viscount Montague,
of a Lease (99 years or 3 lives, from the previous Lady Day: 5 + annual rent of 4d.), with
John RESTALL of Cocking, victualler.
(ref.Cowdray/39)

The Cowdray Archives
Browne family of Cowdray Park, Viscounts Montague (previously 'The Montague Papers')

27 December 1769

Oliver TILBURY

together with Jos. UPPERTON & Wm. SANDHAM,
witnessed a deed of Assignment,
Midhurst, Easebourne.
(ref. SAS-BA/246)

Montague family, Viscounts Montague

14 January 1803

James TILBURY of Alresford, Hampshire, gent.;
Richard TILBURY of Midhurst, breeches maker;
Richard WHITE of Midhurst, perukemaker:

Deeds of 4 cottages in The Mint, Bepton road, Midhurst, Sussex, (see '30, 31 December 1816' below)
feoffment; Consideration: 70.
(ref. Add Mss 6258)

West Sussex Council Council Property Deeds - Midhurst

1 March 1803

James TILBURY:

Certificate of redemption of land tax for 1 acre occupied by him in Singleton.
(Estate papers, title deeds, Boxgrove, Sussex)
(ref. GOODWOOD Ms./E1614)

The Goodwood Estate Archives - Gordon-Lennox family, Dukes of Richmond and Gordon:
'by courtesy of His Grace the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, and with acknowledgments to the West Sussex County Record Office and the County Archivist'.

13 March 1807

James TILBURY of Singleton, yeoman

Mortgage, Consideration: 100;
property in Aldingbourne.
(ref. Add Mss 8326)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester

20 October 1813

James TILBURY of Singleton, yeoman, lessee:

Lessor: John ASHBURNHAM, prebendary of Gates in Chichester Cathedral;
lease for lives, annual rent 1s. 6d. (with counterpart); Consideration: 8.
(ref. Add Mss 8670, 8671)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester

20 October 1813 - 1 December 1835

James TILBREY, lessee, deceased:
lease for lives: annual rent, 1s.6d. (with counterpart); Consideration: 16;
property in Aldingbourne.

Lease dated 20 October 1813, for the lives of:
Thomas NEWLAND,
Thomas FULLER, and
Stephen FARENDEN, age 15, son of
Simon FARENDEN of Aldingbourne, cordwainer.

Death of James TILBREY 182[-].

His Will, 21 January 1821 [date of Probate?];
repayment of mortgage.

James TILBREY, labourer of Steventon, Hampshire, and others,
surrendered the property, 21 August 1835.

(ref. Add Mss 8327, 8328)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester

30, 31 December 1816

James TILBURY, formerly of Alresford, Hampshire, but now of Midhurst, gent.

Deeds of 4 cottages in The Mint, Bepton road, Midhurst, Sussex, (see '14 January 1803' above)
Conveyance (lease and release); Consideration: 110; from James TILBURY to:
Thomas JAMES of Midhurst, builder, and
his trustee, Richard WARDROPER of Midhurst, gent.
(ref. Add Mss 6259, 6260)

West Sussex Council Council Property Deeds - Midhurst

9 January 1868

John TILBURY of 19 Welbeck Street, Middlesex, baker and confectioner:

property in Stedham conveyed to him by
John TRIGG of Iping, builder;
Consideration: 130.
(ref. Add Mss 28,221)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester - Hamilton family, estates in Stedham and Iping

27 July 1882

John TILBURY of 19 Welbeck street, Middlesex;

property called Westons (in Iping) conveyed to him by:
Edwin ALBERY, and
John FOARD.

John TILBURY of 19 Welbeck street, Middlesex:

deed acknowledging the right of
William LUFF, farmer of Knap, Iping
to the production of the title deeds (of Westons).
(ref. Add Mss 20,837)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester - Hamilton family, estates in Stedham and Iping

29 October 1889

John TILBURY of 19 Welbeck street, Middlesex,

agreement to let Westons Farm at Milland, Iping, for 3 years at 28 p.a., to
Joseph BOOKER of Milland, Iping, and
Edwin RUNCIEMAN of Henry street, St. Johns Wood, Middlesex.
(ref. Add Mss 20,852)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester - Hamilton family, estates in Stedham and Iping

24 March 1892

John TILBURY, deceased, his executors:

notice to quit the tenancy of Westons Farm at Milland, Iping, on 29 September 1892; from
Edwin RUNCIEMAN of 86 Henry street, St. Johns Wood, Middlesex, executor to
Joseph BOOKER, deceased.
(ref. Add Mss 20,853)

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester - Hamilton family, estates in Stedham and Iping

24 August 1892

John TILBURY, deceased, his executors:

Westons Farm, Iping (19a.2r.27p.), purchased by conveyance for 800 from the trustees of the Will of J. TILBURY;
receipt of Messrs. COOKE, COLLIS, and SAYER of 47 Essex Street, Strand, London,
solicitors for the vendors in the sale of Westons Farm, Milland, Iping, Sussex.
(ref. Add Mss 20,854)

Hamilton family, estates in ... West Sussex - settlements, mortgages etc.


John Tilbury, Confectioner of Welbeck street

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