Manchester House - during 1850s and 1860s was occupied by Peter Cook, draper who advertised his business frequently in the Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Nelson House - 36-38 Long Street advertised for sale by auction 27/9/1972 at The Snooty Fox, by Pearce Pope and Sons. In use as antique showrooms.
Images above of Long Street in 2015
Above the door of the bottom image is the date stone of 1694 with initial W.G.
Messuages in West Street, Long Street and The Green, with wills with probate of Francis BELL and Sarah BELL, 1877, 1891; copies of wills of Thos NEWCOMBE, 1776, and Mrs. Georgiana PRYDE; conditions of sale of messuages in Long Street, Tetbury, and Hankerton, Wilts, and related papers.
Letter book of John Letal, attorney of Tetbury. - Addresse and Subject: Mr. Player. "the old lady at the top of the Long Street... is totally changed," - has committed will to fire and made another "quite the reverse of the first". "The doctor tells me she is in great danger. You may call on her today but I know not whether it will be of any service"
An advert for a property to be sold or let 'All those convenient roomy premises late in the occupation of Mr B.Vick deceased, called the Cooper's Arms, well calculated for a Baker; consisting of a large bakehouse, capital oven, with good store rooms, plenty of hard and soft water, brewhouse, stable, and every convenience for carrying on an extensive business. For terms and particulars apply to Mr J.Cook'
[Gloucester Journal - Saturday 02 March 1839 p.1]
Messuage in Long Street
Gloucestershire Archives ref. D41901
Freehold property let on yearly tenancies producing annual rental of £42 inclusive
a good family dwelling house with a walled garden, greenhouse, stable, coach house, large vaulted cellars and suitable offices, and also a large building formerly used as a wool warehouse but now occupied as a school room and well adapted to that purpose in occupation of Rev.Robert Collins.
A dwelling house adjoining with range of outbuildings in the rear suited for trade purposes if required in the occupation of Miss Mary Overbury.
A cottage adjoining the principal dwelling house on the upper side in the occupation of Mr John Vizer.
The premises are well supplied with spring and soft water and are calculated for the trade of a wool stapler or cheese factor or any business requiring extensive room.