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Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England


Notes: Tarrington is a small village in Herefordshire, England located half way between Ledbury and Hereford on the A438 road.
The village
The village has approximately 225 residences and a population, according to the 2001 census, of 506. The village has three main meeting places, the Lady Emily Community Hall, St. Philip and St. James Church and the public house, the Tarrington Arms (formerly Foley Arms).
Mentioned in Domesday
The Domesday Book of 1086, contains the earliest written record of Tarrington, where it is recorded as Tatintune, or Tatintyne. At this time, the manor of Tarrington was held by Roger de Laci, and under him by Ansfrid de Cormeilles, who came to England with William the Conqueror.
Norman connections
Through marriage to a niece of the de Lacy family, Ansfrid gained 20 manors in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, including Tarrington. The manor of Stoke Edith, which included parts of Little Tarrington, was given to Ralph de Todeni, William’s standard bearer at the Battle of Hastings.
In 1350, the manor of Tarrington was owned by Edmund de la Barre, from whom the name "Barrs Court" derives. The manor then passed through the Bodenham family to the Lingens, who also owned the manor of Stoke Edith.
The English Civil War
Henry Lingen, a Catholic, became a Royalist Colonel in the English Civil War, and was knighted by Charles I in 1645. The following year, Sir Henry made a heroic, though unsuccessful, defence of Goodrich Castle against the Roundheads, and as a result, the Stoke Edith Estate, which now included large parts of Tarrington, was heavily fined and effectively confiscated by the Commonwealth Government under Oliver Cromwell. It was returned to the family at the restoration of Charles II in 1660. Henry Lingen later became Member of Parliament for Herefordshire in 1661, but died of smallpox the following year.
In 1670, Thomas Foley (1616-1677), a highly successful ironmaster from Stourbridge, bought the Stoke Edith…


City/Town : Latitude: 52.06418250191488, Longitude: -2.558012008666992


Matches 1 to 10 of 10

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Stallard, James  1578Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446978
2 Stallard, John  1606Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446973
3 Stallard, Margaret  Between 1535 and 1562Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446984
4 Stallard, Margaret  Between 1552 and 1562Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446989
5 Stallard, Margarett  February 1573Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446981
6 Stallard, Richard  1609Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446974
7 Stallard, Roger  1576Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446963
8 Stallard, Thomas  1574Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446977
9 Stallard, Walter  1524Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446975
10 Stallard, Walter  1604Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446967


Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Hinton, Anne  Date unknownTarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446982
2 Stallard, James  Date unknownTarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446978
3 Stallard, Margarett  Date unknownTarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446981
4 Stallard, Roger  1637Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446963
5 Stallard, Thomas  1657Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446977
6 Stallard, Walter  1587Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England I446975


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Stallard / Brace  1574Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England F174300
2 Stallard / Hinton  1574Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England F174307
3 Stallard / Stallard  1547Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England F174305
4 Stallard / Turnour  1601Tarrington, Heresfordshire, England F174299


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