Samuel TILBURY + Sarah
- Susannah TILBURY Chr. 20 August 1804 St. Helen, Worcester
- William Wright TILBURY Chr. 27 January 1807 St. Helen, Worcester [d.]
- Samuel TILBURY Chr. 19 March 1809 St. Helen, Worcester [d.]
- Henry TILBURY Chr. 29 August 1810 St. Helen, Worcester
- George TILBURY Chr. 1 August, d. 12 August, 1812 St. Helen, Worcester
To be Sold by Auction By W. Handy, on Monday the 5th day of September, 1808, at Mr. Higgs's, the Golden Lion, Inn, in High-street, in the city of Worcester, at five o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions then and there produced;
All that well-known eligibly-situated DWELLING-HOUSE, (formerly the Old Cook Shop), nearly the top of Pump-street, in the aforesaid city, continguous to the different markets, now in the occupation of Samuel Tilbury, at an old rent, very improvable.
The Premises are Leasehold under the Corporation of Worcester, and were renewed at Lady-day, 1807.
The Tenant, on application, will cause the Premises to be shewn, and for further particulars apply to mr. Platt, Solicitor, bridge-street, or the Auctioneer.
One of the boys mentioned in our last as having fallen through the ice into a pool at Diglis, was, it appears, dead before he was taken out the water; he was the son of Samuel Tilbury, tailor, Pumpstreet.
National Burial Index for Worcestershire:
- George TILBURY bu. 12 August 1812 St. Helen, Worcestershire
- William TILBURY d. age 11, bu. 8 February 1818 St. Helen, Worcesthershire
- Samuel TILBURY d. age 12, bu. 22 July 1821 St. Helen, Worcesthershire
m. Mary DYSON 3Q 1837 (Sheffield 22/347)
Eliza TILBURY b. 4Q 1837 (Rotherham 22/323)
Eliza TILBURY Chr. 21 January 1838 Wath Upon Dearne, Yorkshire (Father: Henry, Mother: Eliza)
Before The Judicial Committee of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council - BARTON and Others; against SHIRREFF and Others
April 9th, 1839
Allegation [witness statement] by Elizabeth TILBURY (Wife of Samuel TILBURY of the Parish of Saint John in Bedwardine, in Worcester, Tailor) aged about forty-seven years.
"I knew very little of Mr. James WILCOX, the deceased in this Cause, till such time as I was called upon to attend upon him in his illness; I was his nurse during such period: I attended him for fifteen days and nights before his death, and I was with him when he died. He died on a Sunday, about noon, between twelve and one o'clock, the day of the month was I think the eighteenth of December, and it is two years ago last December. I was in the habit at that time of going out nursing, it was through Mr. TURLEY, the doctor, that I was led to wait on the Deceased; he lodged at Mr. TUNSTALL's in the Henwick-road ... it was a Saturday when I went to the Deceased, for he [Mr. WILCOX] remarked to me, that it must be awkward for me to leave my family being market-day ...."
1841: St John Bedwardine, Worcestershire
Saml. TILBURY age 60 b.  Worcestershire (Tailor, J.)
Elizabeth TILBURY age 45 b.  Worcestershire
1841: Wath Upon Dearne, Yorkshire
Mary TILBURY b. c.1821 (in Cty)
- Eliza TILBURY b. c.1838 (in Cty)
Was this Henry b. Worcestershire?
1841: ___, Staffordshire
Henry TILBURY b. c.1812 (out of Cty)
Inquest by Mr. Hughes.
Last evening, at the Sebright Arms, London Road, near the city, on Samuel Tilbury, aged about 70 years, who died rather suddenly, at his lodgings at Red Hill, on Saturday morning. The deceased ws taken unwell on Friday evening, and died a few hours afterwards in the presence of a neighbour who sat up with him. Mr. Turley, after making an examination, gave his opinion that death resulted from natural decay, and a verdict of "Died by the visitation of God" was accordingly returned.
Samuel TILBURY d. 3Q 1844 (Worcester 18/351)
1851: 4, Broad Street, Saint Nicholas, Worcester, Worcestershire
Elizabeth TILBURY, Servant (Widow) age b.  Clifton On Teme, Worcestershire (House Servant) - with:
4 Grocer's Shopmen, 2 Grocer's Clerks, 1 Grocer's Porter, 1 Errand Boy, + 2 other House Servants
At 1, Broad Street: Charles Thomas COLLINS & family; (Grocer & Wine Merchant employing 7 Men)
1851: Wood Street, Doncaster, Yorkshire
Henry TILBURY, Head age 39 b.  Worcester, Worcestershire (Artist, Portrait Painter)
Mary TILBURY, Wife age 33 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
- Eliza TILBURY, Daughter age 10 b.  Wath, Yorkshire (Scholar)
1851: General Directory, Kingston-upon-Hull & York
Henry TILBURY ............. artist, Frenchgate, Doncaster
1852: Gazetteer & General Directory, Sheffield
Henry TILBURY ............. artist, Albion place, Doncaster
DEATHS - On Tuesday last [12 February], aged 17, Eliza, only child of Mr. H. F. TILBURY, of Doncaster, artist.
Eliza TILBURY, abode South Parade, d. age 18, bu. 15 February 1856 Doncaster Christ Church, Yorkshire
MONUMENT TO JOHN WESLEY
At a public meeting held at Epworth, the principal town in the Isle of Axholme, North Lincolnshire, and the birth-place of John WESLEY, the founder of the sect of Wesleyan Methodists, it was unanimously resolved: - "That a statue, in accordance with a design submitted to the meeting by Mr. Henry TILBURY, artist, Doncaster, be erected in some convenient place in the town of Epworth, the birth place of the late John WESLEY; the requisite fund to be raised by a national penny subscription. A committee was formed, with Mr. G. DUNN, M.D., of Doncaster, at the head, for the purpose of carrying out the object of the meeting."
MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY OF THE LATE Rev. JOHN WESLEY, M.A., to be erected in the town of Epworth, Lincolnshire (his birthplace), by a National Penny Subscription.
Committee of Management.
George DUNN, Esq., M.D., Doncaster, Chairman.
Josiah MERRILS, Esq., solicitor, Epworth, Secretary.
Henry TILBURY, Esq., Doncaster, Artist.
Mr. George SHARP & Mr. Joseph Hay, of Epworth, Joint Treasurers.
Mr. Thomas Balley PEARSON, Epworth.
Mr. Balton BUTTRICK, Epworth.
Hon. Secretary for Manchester.
Thomas SOUTHAM, Esq., solicitor, 9, St. James's Square.
Bankers - Messrs. COOKE and Co., Doncaster.
Duly authorised collectors will be appointed for every town throughout the kingdom.
Persons desirous of assisting in obtaining subscriptions, may procure books and all necessary information, on applying to THOMAS SOUTHAM, Hon. Sec., 9, St. James's Square, Manchester.
MONUMENT TO JOHN WESLEY
At a public meeting held in Epworth, the principal town in the Isle of Axholme, North Lincolnshire, and the birth-place of John WESLEY, the founder of the sect of Wesleyan Methodists, it was unanimously resolved - "That a statue, in accordance with a design submitted to the meeting by Mr. Henry TILBURY, artist, Doncaster, be erected in some convenient place in the town of Epworth, the birth-place of the late John WESLEY: the requisite fund to be raised by a national penny subscription. A committee was formed, with Mr. G. DUNN, M.D., of Doncaster, at the head, for the purpose of carrying out the object of the meeting: and, in furtherance of the foregoing resolution, a lithograph of the intended monument was ordered to be prepared, and arrangements were made to facilitate the collection of subscriptions by duly authorised agents. The design of the proposed monument represents John WESLEY attired in a gown, with a Bible in his hand, and preaching from a tombstone, he having once delivered a sermon from the stone over his father's grave in Epworth churchyard.
"The enthusiasm of Dr DUNN for the project had clearly made its mark for we read in The Times that Mr Henry TILBURY, who was an artist and well known painter and watercolourist, of Doncaster had come to the meeting with a drawing of the proposed monument. Mr TILBURY's drawing for the monument was a standing statue of WESLEY preaching on his father's grave in St Andrew's church yard in Epworth. ..."
[The publication includes an image of the statue.]
List of Members, May 1860 (Annual subscription: 10s.)
... TILBURY, Henry, Esq., Doncaster ...
1861: 7, Charles Street, Blockhouse, Worcester, Worcestershire
Elizabeth TILBURY, Boarder (Widow) age 69 b.  Upper Sapey, Herefordshire (Servant) - with:
Ann BASAN ∓ daughter Jane b. Upper Sapey, Herefordshire, 3 of their grandchildren; + 3 other boarders
Unable to find Henry in the Census
1861: Town End, Wath, Wath Upon Dearne, West Riding of Yorkshire
- Mary TILBURY, Daughter age 43 b.  Wath, Yorkshire - with:
John DYSON, Head age 88 b.  Wath, Yorkshire (Formerly Shoemaker)
Nancy DYSON, Wife age 80 b.  Tinsely, Yorkshire
- Jane BUTLER, Daughter (Widow) age 43 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
- - Ellen BUTLER, Granddaughter age 10 b.  Doncaster, Yorkshire (Scholar)
- - Kate BUTLER, Granddaughter age 8 b.  Doncaster, Yorkshire (Scholar)
- - Ann DYSON, Granddaughter age 8 b.  Doncaster, Yorkshire (Scholar)
Mary BAGSHAW, Visitor age 10 b.  Sheffield, Yorkshire (Scholar)
See Guestbook entry of September 2009 for contact with a descendant of Jane DYSON & William BUTLER (m. 3Q 1840 Rotherham 22/365): "... William BUTLER is buried along with some of the DYSONs in Wath All Saints Church Graveyard ..."
and Guestbook entry of January 2010 for contact with another descendant of Jane DYSON and William BUTLER.
1862: Directory & Topography, Sheffield
Henry TILBURY ............. artist, 22 John st., Doncaster
An Elizabeth TILBURY d. 2Q 1862 (Worcester 6c/181) [age c.70]
1871: Hyde Park, Doncaster, Yorkshire
Henry TILBURY, Head age 50 b.  Worcester (Artist)
Mary TILBURY, Wife age 47 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
1881: 39 Arthur St, Doncaster, Yorkshire
Most transcriptions give OILBURY + BUTTER: having looked carefully at the Enumerator's cursive writing style, in the original Census pages, I'm convinced he wrote a 'T' and a 'tl', and have requested a correction ...
Henry TILBURY, Head age 70 b.  Worcester, Worcester (Artist, Landscape)
Mary TILBURY, Wife age 63 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
Jane BUTLER, Sister in Law (Widow) age 63 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
1881: Kelly, West Riding of Yorkshire
Henry TILBURY ............. artist, Arthur st., Doncaster
1891: 22, Highfield Road, Wheatley, Yorkshire
Henry TILBURY, Head age 56 b.  Worcester, Worcestershire (Professor of Painting & Drawing)
Mary TILBURY, Wife ae 50 b.  Wath, Yorkshire
A Mary TILBURY d. 2Q 1895 age 70 (Chorlton 8c/529)
The age for this Mary does not correspond to Henry's wife; there seems no obvious death for Henry post-1891.
Anne TILSBURY, burial 1752
Mary TILESBURY, burial 1752
Father: Joseph TILSBURY, Mother: Elizabeth:
- George TILSBURY Chr. 5 November 1777 Himbleton, Worcester
Father: Thomas TILSBURY, Mother: Mary
- Anne TILSBURY Chr. 19 May 1751 Himbleton, Worcester
- Mary TILSBURY Chr. 1 June 1752 Himbleton, Worcester