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Papers of the Tubb Family of Warborough, Oxfordshire


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Papers of the Tubb family, including:
  1. Family correspondence, 1783-1821, mainly letters from James Tubb I, excise officer and later grocer, 1789-1820
  2. Correspondence of Benjamin Tubb, 1800-1845, mainly letters to him concerning his trade as a maltster, 1801-1820
  3. Family correspondence, 1815-1914, mainly letters to and from James Tubb II (son of Benjamin) and his wife Maria Louisa, 1854-1881
  4. Notebook of Maria Louisa Tubb, 1830-1853
  5. Diaries of Maria Louisa Tubb, 1848-1860
  6. Fragments of diaries of James Tubb III (son of James Tubb II), October 1844-1846
  7. Family papers, 18th-19th century
  8. Parchment roll containing a draft petition to the House of Lords for various reforms
  9. Drawings, 19th century, including topographical drawings and engravings, and drawings by H.S. Dickinson as a schoolboy at Eton College, 1826-1828


  • 18th-20th cent.


12 shelfmarks

Language of Materials


Preferred Citation

Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MSS. Eng. misc. a. 28(R)].
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Full range of shelfmarks:

MSS. Eng. misc. a. 28(R), b. 347-348, c. 805, d. 1219-1221, e. 1348, f. 794; Eng. lett. c. 539-541

Collection ID (for staff)

CMD ID 13407