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Mulford’s Hill

Ever wondered who Tadley Mulford’s Hill was named after?   John Mulford was born on the 1st October 1720. His name is perpetuated in the local street name, Mulford’s Hill.  While no longer a commonly used name, the metal Mulford’s Bridge (601 616), still exists where the A340 […]

David Rose’s Photographs

David was born in Tadley in 1937 and his grandparents were Kimbers and Wests. He has a lot of family photographs from Tadley and of which a selection are reproduced here. His mother played piano for Tadley Band and has named most of the musicians in the Tadley […]

If Dickens had a camera – 8pm Wed 15th July 2020

The total number of Dickens’s works that have been translated into films or television adaptations now comes to no less than about 80 productions. Such an extraordinary figure can lead one to ask why it is that Dickens’s novels have lent themselves so readily to the 20th‐century medium […]

The Versailles Treaty: Failure or Folly – 8pm 16th September 2020

Come along  to a fascinating talk by Colin Oakes at 8.00 pm, 16th September 2020 in St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB One hundred years ago, the representatives of the triumphant imperialist powers gathered in Paris to determine the fate of the entire world. The Treaty of […]

History of Laws in England 8pm Wednesday 21st October 2020

TADS will be having a talk by Graham Loxton-Best entitled “History of Laws in England”. Come along  at 8.00 pm, 21st October 20,  in St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB Share this page

King, Boxes and Dots: the history of the Royal Mail and Post Office – 8pm Wed 18th Nov 2020

The Royal Mail can trace its history back to 1516, when Henry VIII established a “Master of the Posts”, a position that was renamed “Postmaster General” in 1710. Upon his accession to the throne of England at the Union of the Crowns in 1603, James VI moved his court to London. TADS […]

History of TADS

Tadley and District History Society (TADS) held its inaugural meeting on 21 November 1984 in St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley. This meeting was arranged as a result of the considerable interest shown in old photographs of local people and places and in illustrations borrowed from AWRE Aldermaston (Atomic Weapons […]

Previous talk: “The Colin Spickett Experiment”

Tracing a family tree from first principles by Mark Bowman. Mark Bowman has been working on his own family history since 1968, and now has over 16000 people on his family tree. He has been helping others trace their ancestry at the Reading Family History Centre since 2009. […]

Archaeology

    Bronze age Strip Found in Tadley (see British Museum) Object Typestrip Museum number2014,8014.1 DescriptionGold strip. A single fragment of beaten sheet metal of rectangular shape with one surface decorated with 10 finely incised and very straight grooves. The other surface is plain and relatively flat and smooth, […]

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Churches

References in Fact and Fable Priories etc Pamber Priory, 20, 34, 42, 43, 51, 55, 82, 91, 94, 95, 103, 104, 117, 144 St Swithun’s Priory, 43 Diocese, 43, 113, 114, 118 Churches Aldermaston Methodist Church (591 621), St Catherine’s Church, Wolverton, 112, 113, 148 St Mary the […]