Timeline – Tarbock

 

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1086 - Domesday Survey - Tarbock cited as 'Torboc'

1086
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1150 - Parish granted to Henry II

1150
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Richard de Torbock granted the manor

1207
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Manor sold to Thomas Sutton

1611
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Manor sold for £10,500 to Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton Hall

1614
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Death of William Webster, who bequests money for the poor of the parish which becomes known as Webster's Dole

1684
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Turnpike Trust between Liverpool and Warrington via Tarbock

1726
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Earl of Sefton conducts a survey into his estates

1769
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Hoard of 3rd Century [Roman] coins found on a local farm

1838
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'Farmers Rest Lodge' established, it held regular meetings at the Brick Wall Inn

1838
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Tarbock Chapel pulled down with the building of a Chapel of Ease at Halewood

1839
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Tarbock Tithe map produced

1847
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Tenants provide an illuminated address to the Earl of Sefton to celebrate his forthcoming marriage

1866
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Post Office and smithy rebuilt on Greensbridge Lane

1884
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Tarbock becomes part of the newly formed Prescot Rural District Council, renamed the Whiston Rural District Council the following year

1894
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First coal raised from Cronton Colliery (then Hulton Colliery)

1915
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Sale of Tarbock Estate by public auction at the Hare and Hounds Hotel

1926
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Wooden church hall built at Tarbock Green

1931
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New Brick Wall Inn completed, built behind the original which was demolished shortly after

1940
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Local government re-organisation - Tarbock becomes part of the new Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley

1974
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Tarbock Island completed linking M62 (at Junction 6), M57 (at Junction 1), A5080, A5300 and Windy Arbor Road

2008
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Tarbock Parish Council abolished

2014