Property, deeds etc - Cottage `lately erected' on the waste in Cutwell Lane
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.D566/T/2/19
as a result of a case in Chancery Harding v. Harding, a cottage or tenement situate in Cutwell Lane in the town of Tetbury in the occupation of Maria Ricketts, as tenant from year to year, at the annual rent of £4 10s, was advertised along with other property in Bristol and Gloucestershire. This property had been advertised a year before along with a few more premises.
Bristol Mercury - Saturday 27 August 1859 page 1 col.a
Fielder Rich & Son were advertising a sale comprising property including Lot 7 - a piece of building or garden land situate in Cuttwell Road, adjoining the National School containing 41 perches as now staked out, being part of a close known as Barley Croft. Lot 8 - a similar piece of land adjoining the last lot containing 39 perches as now staked out. Lots 9-13 were all staked out pieces of land ranging between 21 and 49 perches in size. The Entrance to lots 6 & 7 was from Cutwell Lane, and Lots 9-13 from Charlton Road.
Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Thursday 08 July 1886
Property, deeds etc - Houses in Bath Road, Silver Street and The Green and land adjoining Cutwell Street (Plan)
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.D1388/SL/7/11
To Let, at Cutwell, five roomed house with cellar and garden. Apply Mr Gale, grocer, Long Street, Tetbury.
Gloucester Citizen - Monday 20 February 1893 page 2 col.b
Property, deeds etc - Cottages in Harper Street and Cutwell Street, and land
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.D1388/SL/7/78
Tetbury Upton Parish Council gave orders for the repair of the Cutwell public pump.
Gloucester Citizen - Wednesday 20 January 1904 page 3 col.f
Photograph of Cutwell Hill, Tetbury, showing houses and pedestrians.
Photographer: Cotswold Collotype, Wotton-under-Edge.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.GPS/328/17
Property, deeds etc - Innocent and Son of Lechlade, estate agents sale particulars
Cottages and land in Bath Road and Cutwell; covert called Tidcomes Gorse, at Tetbury Upton
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.D4246/13/2
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - subsidy bungalow, Cutwell Owner: C. Smith
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/1/055
A report from the Urban Council meeting stated that they were to award a grant of £100 to Mr A.Taylor in respect to the bungalow which had been completed at Cutwell, and approval was passed on plans presented by Mr F.Young for the erection of a bungalow on Cutwell.
Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 20 February 1926 page 5 col.c
A report from the Tetbury Police Court held on Wednesday before the magistrates told of how a number of ladies had summoned one another for abusive or obscene language. Miss Evelyn Campbell of Cutwell, a lady of independent means, was summoned by Mrs S Clark, Miss Campbell summoned Mr & Mrs Clark, Mrs Parsons and Mrs Wood. It was apparently a hearing of nearly two hours! All the defendants were bound over for a sum of £10.
Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 27 July 1929 page 3 col.e
Mr Isaac Parsons was found in a stream near his home at Cutwell. An inquest was held and the cause of death was stated to be an ailment for which Dr Francis had been treating Mr Parsons.
Western Daily Press - Tuesday 08 December 1931
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - new house Cutwell, August 1931 Owner: E. West Architect, agent or builder: A. H. Cox
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/1/012
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - new house, Cutwell, 12 June 1933 Owner: W. Baker Architect, agent or builder: A. H. Cox
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/1/020
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - new house, Cutwell, 19 July 1934 Owner: Mrs Baker
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/1/019
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - new cottage, Cutwell, 24 January 1935 Owner: R. Philpott
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/1/021
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - workshop and store, Cutwell, 2 February 1942 Owner: R. G. Cox
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/156
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - bathroom and store, Cutwell, 7 July 1945 Owner: Mr A. Taylor
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/174
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - use of land for erection of workshop, Cutwell, 12 January 1946 Owner: R. Philpot
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/198
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - Workshop, The Berrells, Cutwell, April Owner: Mr R. Philpot
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/224
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - conversion of outbuilding into bathroom, w.c. and larder, 1 Cutwell, 15 July 1946 Owner: Lady Preston Architect, agent or builder: M. Chesterton
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/245
Tetbury Rural District Council Building Applications and Plans - Building control application: drainage alterations, 14 Cutwell, 23 January 1948 Owner: Mr Baker Architect, agent or builder: F. Sparrow
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.DA36/710/2/306
Howes, Luce, Williams & Co offered for sale several lots included Lot 6 - Cottage and garden being No 5 UPper Cutwell and Lot 7 - Cottage and Garden being No 7 Upper Cutwell
Western Daily Press - Saturday 12 November 1949
ROAD MANAGEMENT Cotswold Division bridge register 1-400 includes Cutwell ref.135
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.K1870/3/1
|2003||ROAD MANAGEMENT Gloucestershire County Council: Previous reference 35227 (Cutwell, Tetbury) (7.5 tonnes maximum gross weight restriction) Order 2003 Road numbers 41551 Berrells Road, Tetbury, 41500 Cutwell, Tetbury, 41500 Knapp, Tetbury, 41518 West Street, Tetbury, Road Traffic Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984|
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.K1858/4/7
ROAD MANAGEMENT Relating to the imposition of a 20 mph speed limit along road 41500 (Cutwell) from its junction with West Street to the junction with Berrells Road and the entire length of Cottons Lane.l Building Applications and Plans
GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARCHIVES ref.K1942/4/49