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Tarrington is a small village in Herefordshire, England located half way between Ledbury and Hereford on the A438 road.The villageThe village has approximately 225 residences and a population, according to the 2001 census, of 506. The village has three main meeting places, the Lady Emily Community Hall, St. Philip and St. James Church, and the public house, the Tarrington Arms (formerly Foley Arms).Mentioned in DomesdayThe Domesday Book of 1086, contains the earliest written record of Tarrington, where it is recorded as Tatintune, or Tatintyne. At this time, the manor of Tarrington was held by Roger de Laci, and under him by Ansfrid de Cormeilles, who came to England with William the Conqueror.Norman connectionsThrough marriage to a niece of the de Lacy family, Ansfrid gained 20 manors in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, including Tarrington. The manor of Stoke Edith, which included parts of Little Tarrington, was given to Ralph de Todeni, William’s standard bearer at the Battle of Hastings.In 1350, the manor of Tarrington was owned by Edmund de la Barre, from whom the name "Barrs Court" derives. The manor then passed through the Bodenham family to the Lingens, who also owned the manor of Stoke Edith. Tarrington is in Grampians. Arrange all the small, but important details of your Tarrington trip itinerary using our Australia journey planner.
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