Tibbscross Farm, Green Bottom (General)

by MPGriffiths @, Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 19:57 (14 days ago) @ JUDYBARRI

Not sure if this helps?

Just have a quick look on the National Archives

Date: 1731

Conveyances by :-

Anthony KEMP of Slindon, Sussex, esquire and Thomas CRAWLEY alias BOVEY of Flaxley, esq.

Description: Messuage, 2 water or corn mills called Wood Mill in Westbury-on-Severn and c. 5 acres of land in Flaxley (field names; abuttals)

Held by: Gloucestershire Archives, not available at The National Archives.


The Will of Thomas CRAWLEY alias BOEVEY of Flaxley, Gloucestershire - dated 1741 and held by the National Archives, is however, available - free of charge of download,


I have downloaded and it isn't a long Will -

Starts of In the Name of God Amen, Thomas Crawley alias BOEVEY of Flaxley in the County of Gloucestershire Esq and mentions his Son, Thomas CRAWLEY alias BOEVEY and leaves him all his freehold ..... Lands, Tenaments and .... lying and being in the several pairs of Little Dean Flaxley and Westbury which I bought and purchased of and from Anthony Kemp Esq etc.etc.

There are other requests .... mentioning lands in Gloucester - mentions his Brother-in-law, the Reverend Mr William Lloyd all my Estates..... and interest in several...... of land of Land Meadow in Aylberton.


Will try and decipher better!!!!


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