Todber (or Todbere) is a small village and parish
and lies in the Blackmore Vale. It is 4½ miles north-east from
and 5 south-west from Shaftesbury, in the Northern division of the county,
hundred of Redlane, Shaftesbury petty sessional division, union and county
court district, rural deanery of Shaftesbury (Shaftesbury portion), archdeaconry
of Dorset, and diocese of Salisbury.
In 1086 Todber was recorded in the Domesday Book as Todeberie, it was in the hundred of Gillingham, the lord was Geoffrey Mallory and the tenant-in-chief was William of Mohun.
(Extract from Kelly's Directory 1915)
As well as the information already online Rosy has access to MIs and to some transcripts of the parish registers. More material will appear online in the future. Please note Rosy does not live locally.
1871 Reg Howard &
1901 UK Genealogy Archives
|Parish Registers||Baptisms 1814-1846 [BT] Cassandra
Marriages 1814-1846 [BT] Cassandra Gotham
|Postal Directories||1855, 1859, 1875, 1889, 1895, 1911, 1915 Cassandra Gotham|
|Photographs||A selection of old photographs of Todber|
|Monumental Inscriptions||MI Index for Todber Church|
|Maps||The 1891 Ordnance Survey maps of the parish can be seen at the old-maps site, just enter 'Todber' under place search.|
|Records held at the Dorset History Centre
Christenings 1814-1994. Marriages 1754-1992. Burials None. Banns 1754-1991.
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