to the website for the Communities of Ingestre and
Tixall near Stafford in Staffordshire, England.
note this website was previously at hosted by
the British Library at
where an out
of date version may still be available.
at Hoo Mill crossroads
Family Historians -
surname searches from large database of all Ingestre
& Tixall graves, parish registers, census
returns, tenancies, etc. available for small
donation to Ingestre or Tixall Church.
Andrews Email: Tixandrews@hotmail.co.uk
& Craft Fair at Ingestre Hall with
with Guided Tours of the Hall
Sunday June 17th10am
Entry: £2 for
- Free for Juniors 12yrs and under. Tours of
the Hall, £10 which must be booked
in advance at www.ticketsource.co.uk/foio or
Phone Gill on 07831390320
Advance Notice: Home & Garden
Fete at Tixall Farm House Sunday July
in aid of Ingestre Orangery
History; Post 1500 - Early Catholics and
Protestants; Stephen Dugdale's Evidence
against the Tixall group of Catholics
1678-1680; Simon wakelin, Rector 1680 - 1698;
Tixall Church in the 1700s & the Church
rebuilt in 1772; Tixall Church in the early
1800s; Francis William Webb 1836 - 1906; The
1828 Catholic Chapel at Tixall Hall; The
present Church at Tixall built in 1848; Other
Churches with Tixall associations; Tixall
Church in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Geology & Prehistory; Early History:
1000 to 1500 AD; The 16th & 17th
Centuries; The first part of the 18th
Century. Changes in the time of Thomas
1800s; Brancote Farms;Hanyards
Farms; Tixall Heath Farm; Tixall Farm; Other
Farms in Tixall; Insurance information on
Farms c1900-1940; Appendix: 1766 Valuation
of the Manor of Tixall.
Churches (132 pages) £5 and Tixall's Farms
(200 pages incl. colour) £10
& PLAY FLUTE IN STAFFORDOne
to one teaching . All ages.
Christina Thomson for further information.
Tel: 07825 339522
The Friends of Ingestre
Orangery have received a confirmed
National Lottery Grant of £1,018,500 for
"Ingestre Orangery - A sustainable
restoration" project, it was announced on
May 23rd 2018.
Thanks to money raised by
National Lottery Players, the project will
restore, preserve, interpret and develop
the Grade II Listed Orangery at Ingestre.
The project will provide a
central point for those exploring
Ingestre's unique heritage, as well as
becoming a vital community hub.
Work is due to start soon and
the finished building is expected to
re-open early 2019.