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Hampton Street

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Some property dates from the late C16 with more recent development on the way out of the town.
In 1860 there were 17 cottages, 1 house, 1 inn, 1 barnyard, owned by Broom, Clark, Cook, Goodwyn, Goodwyn & Walker, White.

FAMILY NAMES:
AVERILL [1901]; AVERY [1891]; BARNES [1891]; BOULTON [1901]; BOX [1871, 1881]; BROOM [1851, 1860, 1861, 1871, 1891, 1901]; BROWN [1860]; BROWNING [1851]; CAVELL [1860, 1861, 1863]; CLARK [1841, 1860, 1861, 1871, 1881]; CLEAVER [1900, 1901]; COOK [1860, 1881, 1891]; COX [1851, 1871, 1891, 1901]; DANE [1841]; DAVIS [1841]; DAY [1871]; ELLIOTT [1841, 1860, 1861]; FISHER [1851, 1871, 1891]; GILES [1841]; GRAY [1871, 1881, 1891, 1901]; HOLBOROW [1881, 1901]; HORTON [1841]; IND [1851, 1860, 1861]; LAW [1841, 1851]; LLOYD [1841]; MILLS [1871]; NEWCOMBE [1860, 1861, 1881]; NICHOLLS [1891]; PAGE [1891]; PARKER [1881]; PARSONS [1860]; PASKETT [1841]; PRESTON [1891]; PRITCHARD [1901]; ROBINS [1861]; RYMER [1841]; SCHOLLAR [1841]; SHARP [1841, 1851, 1860, 1861]; SHEPPERD [1881]; SMITH [1841, 1860, 1871]; SOUTHWOOD [1871]; SPARROW [1851]; TAYLOR [1860, 1861]; TEAGLE [1871]; TOPPS [1841, 1891]; TROTMAN [1860, 1861, 1863]; UNDERHILL [1891]; WALKER [1871]; WALSH [1841]; WARMAN [1860]; WHITE [1871]; WHITTON [1891]; WILKINS [1860]; WILLIAMS [1841; 1860, 1901]; WOOD [1841]; YOUNG [1901]

Notable buildings:
Brewery
Cook House
1885-1919
Records from the firm of Smith and Sons, solicitors of Nailsworth-
Trustees of William Holbrow of Tetbury, farmer, and Sarah his wife, grocer's shop on corner of Hampton Street and Combers Mead; 2 cottages in Combers Mead and 1 in Hampton Street bounded on the north by the Greyhound Inn
Gloucestershire Archives ref. D6700/2/33

1894
H.Cope, cigar importer situated on Hampton Street and advertising perfumed cigarettes for ladies as well as the more usual Havanna Cigars etc.
Gloucester Citizen

1930
Newly registered company, The Tetbury Hand and Steam Laundry Company Ltd (registered 18/6/1930)  of Hampton Street to carry on the business of a laundry; capital £6000 in £1 shares; directors to be appointed by the shareholders
Cheltenham Chronicle  Saturday 28 June 1930

1936
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
14.05.1936: Additions to "The Haven", Hampton Street (plans); owner: R. Street; builder: Holborow and Sons
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/1/143

October - A tender of £16,171 submitted by Messrs Holborow & Sons for the erection of 39 working class houses and 10 bungalows in Hampton Street was accepted by Tetbury Rural Council.
Western Daily Press - Friday 23 October 1936

1937
A suggestion was made at a Rural Council meeting that a 30m.p.h sign should be erected further up Hampton Street following the death of a policeman's son who had been fatally injured outside his home, close to an existing sign.  Debate was held about what constituted a built up area especially in light of the 39 new houses being built by the council.
Western Daily Press - Thursday 20 May 1937

1938
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
15.01.1938: Garage showroom, Hampton Street; owner: 1O. J. Pike; agent: Holborow and Sons
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/55

Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
Dec. 1938: House and shop, Hampton Street. (Disapproved under Town Planning); owner: Holborow & Sons; agent: E. Cole and Ptnrs.
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/87

1939
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
Feb. 1939: New dwelling house, Oxleaze Road and Hampton Street corner; owner: Holborow & Sons; agent: E. Cole and Ptnrs
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/100

Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
17.05.1939: New telephone exchange, Hampton Street. N.B. No envelope. No plans.; owner: G.P.O.
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/113

1946
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
18.03.1946: Cowshed, Court Farm Dairy, Hampton Street (plans); owner: Mr. G. Rich
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/219

Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
24.09.1946: Motorcycle shed and store, 18 Hampton Street. Plan disapproved (plans); owner: R. N. Chandler
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/250

1947
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
21.04.1947: Use of land for building, Harp allotments, Hampton Street. Plan disapproved; owner: H. A. Sharp
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/273

1948
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
15.11.1948: New Gospel Hall, Court Field, Hampton Street.; owner: The Open Brethren and Rev. Peyton; agent: R. G. Cox
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/350

1949
Tetbury Rural District Council Building control applications and plans
Jan. 1949: Drainage system, "Wisteria", Hampton Street. See also 355; owner: Lady Morrie, Upton Grove; agent: Holborow
Gloucestershire Archives ref. DA 36/710/2/356

1950
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT ORDERS
proposed pedestrian crossing in London Road and Hampton Street
Gloucestershire Archives ref. C/CH/Or/1/17/311

1965
Gloucestershire County Council HIGHWAYS COMMITTEE
Orders regulating road use;  Prohibition of cycling orders - length of public footpath connecting Romney Road with Wisteria Road, and Wisteria Road with Hampton Street
Gloucestershire Archives ref. C/CH/Or/1/1/26

1968
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT ORDERS
The Stopping up of Highways (County of Gloucester) (No. 8) Order. Stopping up of footpath at Hampton Street, Tetbury.
Gloucestershire Archives ref. C/CH/Or/1/10/396

1980
Cotswold District Council - Planning Applications
July - Sept. 1988: The Old Tetbury Brewery and 2 Hampton Street, Tetbury
Gloucestershire Archives ref. K/963/2/4
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