Tetbury Religious Affiliations Census
taken about 1735

Hearth Tax, records of 1664, 1671 and 1672
Census A-D Census E-O Census P-Y records of 1735-7

Moved site to http://tetbury.webatu.com/index.html

on 21 Oct 2009
Say Thanks to
powered by FreeFind

Surnames are on the new site, www.oocities.com/tetbury1737/index.html
because Geocities has been closing this site due to heavy usage.

Twins Girl's and Boy's names Introduction Links

Example Images from the Registers, the Mann, Russell, Hester and Hannah Winterson Ancestors

All dates are converted to new style (year starting on Jan 1st) and shown as year - month - day.
For example 17360726 means 26 July 1736.

British Empire (including the eastern part of what is now the United States) adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752 (see the Calendar (New Style) Act 1750) by which time it was necessary to correct by 11 days. Wednesday, September 2, 1752 was followed by Thursday, September 14, 1752 to account for February 29, 1700 (Julian). After 1753, the British tax year in Britain continued to operate on the Julian calendar and began on 5 April, which was the "old style" new tax year of 25 March.
The new year for the English-speaking world then became 1 January, and the discrepancy between dates, which had grown from eleven to twelve days, was resolved when Parliament declared that 2 September 1752 was to be followed immediately by 14 September 1752.

21 Dec 2007 - Queen Elizabeth II has reigned longer than Queen Victoria
King George III and Queen Victoria both lived 81 years and 7 months, both born 24 May and died 29 January.
Did they live same number of days?
George's birthdate has been corrected to 4 June 1738. He died 1820, was King of Great Britain from 25 October 1760 (59 years)
Victoria was born 24 May 1819 22 January 1901, grand daughter of George III, became Queen on 20 June 1837 and reigned 63 years and 7 months.
Elizabeth II born 21 April 1926 and succeeded her father, George VI, on 6 February 1952.

           Other Topics            New PagesDate started

Apprentices and their Mastersincluding records at Kew PRO 17 Aug 2000
Baptisms and burialsSmallpox or Increase counted18 August 1999
BiglandNotes20 October 2000
TetburyAdministration - simplified8 November 2000
TetburyCharity Care of the Poor13 November 2000
TetburyFeoffees 20 November 2000
TetburyCourt Leet13 November 2000
Feoffees RecordsMainly Leases and horse racing4 Nov 2000
Government in Tetburyby Valerie Tolhurst1 December 1999
Poor Law administrationby the Overseers1 December 2000
MotherhoodUnwed parents and the Base children1 November 2000
SettlementNotes20 October 2000
Settlementby Date order25 October 2000
SettlementNames A to L order27 October 2000
Settlementnames M to W order28 October 2000
Wills 1670 - 1820an alphabetic List10 July 2000
The Workhouse run by the Overseers of the Poor  8 July 2000

An entry from the Tetbury Parish Registers 26 December 1704
"We whose names are subscribed do agree that all women that shall henceforth sit in the middle isle in Tetbury Church shall each of them pay the sum of 2 shillings and 6 pence for their sitting there for their respective live and that such women as have husbands who are paymasters shall have precidence proportionable to their husbands rated estates and that widows and single women shall be seatted according to their respective values and degrees."

Sorry, my copy is too dark for me to read the names of the men who signed this proclamation.

Genuki page on Sites about Tetbury (it praises this site!)
Trouble House History 1755-1999 by Ken Murray in New York

This is the link to a map of central Tetbury, by Streetmap.co.uk.

More Links

My other sites are Tetbury Surnames,
my Australian Family History and our Grandchildren.

All dates are converted to new style (year starting on Jan 1st) and shown as year - month - day.

Thankyou for calling.
© Elizabeth Janson    
This Web Address is