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In the 1594 Survey entries 24-29 are East side Chypping Croft Lane, listing Robert Hibert [White Hart], Francis Knight, Thomas Escourt [in tenure of John -garde], James Thomas [Swan, tenement proper], Walter Ball, Richard Aldridge [smythe forge]
As late as 1860 known as Chipping Lane
1876 Chipping Street
RESIDENTS
Abbey 1861; Andrews 1901; Banks 1861; Bigwood 1891; Cavell 1891; Cove 1841;  Crew 1860; Dalby 1754; Davis 1754 ; Dicks 1822; Field 1822;  Hadnot 1754;  Harding 1754, 1841, 1851;  Hone 1754; Hasluck 1860; Ind 1881; Jones 1698; Little 1860, 1861, 1871, 1876; 1881; Lloyd, occupied by Winterson 1754; Martin 1754; Pike 1754; Price 1860; Radford 1891; Saunders 1754; Savage 1754; Scott 1851; Sloper 1754; Stephens 1754; Tugwell 1754; Vick 1860, 1876, 1891; Walker 1822; Wiles 1741; Williams 1754; Willis 1754
 

1781 Chipping Lane was widened

1860 OWNERS Banking Company; Cowley; Rich
6 houses, 1 bank

1876 grocer, blacksmith, carpenter, 1822 boot maker, druggist, ironmonger,

Chipping Court shopping Mall
The Priory
Ye Boars Head mentioned in P328a OV 2/2, 1749-59
Church institute opened before 1910

RESOURCES
Tetbury Poor Rates 1860 P328a/OV1/32 p39

TETBURY RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY and RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL
Catalogue Ref. DA 36
Tetbury Rural Sanitary Authority, Gloucestershire, 1872-1895
SURVEYOR
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans
Building control applications and plans 1936-1949
FILE ref.  DA 36/710/2/169A  - date: 20.04.1945
Renewing ceilings, 6 Chipping Street.; owner: Mr. Murrey; agent: Holborow & Sons

FILE  ref.  DA 36/710/2/317  - date: 28.04.1948
Additional accommodation, 6 Chipping Street.; owner: Mr. R. Murray; agent: Ellory Anderson, Roiser and Falconer

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