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Details of TIL
Reference: TIL

This collection includes correspondence and receipts

Date: 1812-1860
Related material:

See also TILBURY'S - THE FIRST STORAGE WAREHOUSE by Ann Cox-Johnson (Ann Saunders) in Archives vol 5, no 28, Michaelmas 1962

Held by: City of Westminster Archives Centre, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Edward Tilbury and Co, 1836-, Marylebone High Street, storerooms for warehousing

Tilbury family of Westminster, London

Physical description: 1264 files
Administrative / biographical background:

1805-1810 Joseph Tilbury at 18, Marylebone High Street. (R.B.)


1807 Edward at 48 High Street. Rents yard of 49 (R.B.)


1813 Edward takes over 49 from John Lessingham. (Sarah Tilbury at 51) (R.B.)


1818-1832 Edward Tilbury, 49, High Street. Builder & Surveyor. (P.O. Directory)


1836- Edward Tilbury & Co. Storerooms for warehousing goods etc. 35 & 49, High Street, and Blandford Place, Regent's Park. (P.O. Directory)


1905 Edward Tilbury & Co. 35 and 49, High Street and 31, Park Road; (St. Marylebone Directory)


1910 Edward Tilbury & Co. 35 and 49, High Street. 40 Upper Baker Street. Telephone, Paddington 3468


1926 Edward Tilbury & Co. 35, High Street. 40, Upper Baker Street and Park Lane.


1929 Edward Tilbury & Co. 34, High Street and storages at Park Lane, W.1. (Dorset Square)


1930- Edward Tilbury & Co. 34, High Street.




1818 P.O. John Tilbury, Coachmaker, 24, South Street, Grosvenor Square.


1827 P.O. Tilbury Son and Clarke, Coach makers, 21, South Street, Grosvenor Square.


1832 P.O. Tilbury Son and Clarke, 35, Gloucester Place, New Road.


1836 P.O. Tilbury, Son and Clarke, Coach makers, 35, Gloucester Place.


John Tilbury, Brass founder, 40 Castle Street East, Oxford Market.


John Tilbury, cleaner of gold lace. 58, Paddington Street.


John Tilbury, Job master, 48, Mount Street, Grosvenor Square.


1857 Miss Catherine Tilbury, ladies' school, 4. St. John's Terrace, Regent's Park.


Edward Tilbury, painter, 10, Allsop's Place, Regent's Park.


Henry Tilbury, Brass manufacturer, 54, Upper Marylebone St.


James Tilbury, bricklayer, 24, Middlesex Street, Somers Town.


James Tilbury, dining rooms, 7, James Street, Oxford Street.


John Tilbury, baker, 19, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square.


John Tilbury, Job master, 48, Mount Street, Berkeley Square.


Wm. Tilbury, brass manufacturer of ormolu mounts for cabinet furniture. 31, Great Titchfield Street, and Cleveland Mews.


Wm. Henry Tilbury, rope and see Dagnall & Tilbury.


1885 Tilbury & Daniel, brass manufacturers, 4 John Street, Hanway Street.


Tilbury, Henry, paper hanging warehouse. 54, Upper Marylebone Street, W.1.


Tilbury, John, Baker & confectioner, 19, Welbeck Street.


Tilbury, Robert, brass finisher. 49, Union Street, Middlesex Hospital.


Tilbury, Thomas, ormolu mounts. 14, Cleveland Mews.

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