History of Great Tey
St Barnabas's Church, Great Tey.
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Great Tey Court Cases
For a full explanation of these court cases and how to further research them, please look at our Essex Court Cases page.
The information is supplied in the following format:
- (d) defendant's name, age and occupation (when given)
- (v) victim's name, age and occupation (when given)
- (w) witness names, age and occupation (when given)
- Place offence committed and places mentioned where the (d), (v) or (w) lived. Some of the defendants may have been from neighbouring parishes not mentioned by name, or itinerant wanderers.
- The court hearing the case.
- The source newspaper or archive reference.
- (d) Jeremiah Bond labourer
- (v) Thomas Hellen farmer and Thomas Birch Western
- Great Tey and Ardleigh
- Essex Assizes
- Ipswich Journal 9 March 1844
- (d) Edward Blyton
- (v) William Barrow
- Highway Robery
- Great Tey
- Essex Assizes
- Morning Chronicle 13 March 1824
- (d) George Smith 35 labourer
- (v) Samuel Woodward
- Great Tey
- Calendars of prisoners for Essex Quarter Sessions, Essex Assizes and Special Sessions of Gaol Delivery, 1861 Q/SMc 9, Essex Record Office
- (d) Edward Livermore 12 labourer
- (v) Joseph Digby, John Overett
- Felsted, Great Tey
- Calendars of prisoners for Essex Quarter Sessions, Essex Assizes and Special Sessions of Gaol Delivery, 1865 Q/SMc 9, Essex Record Office
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Great Tey - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Great Tey - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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