West Tilbury is a village situated on the top of a river terrace overlooking the river Thames. The modern town of Tilbury is mainly in the traditional parish of Chadwell St Mary.
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... see also Tilbury Fort) discovery of Roman coin and urn while diging a ditch (1850s) Gun Hill Paleolithic and neolithic flint tools, Bronze Age features, Romano-British finds and early Saxon ...
2004) states ‘he presumably came from Tilbury in Essex’, which must appear ambiguous to the modern enquirer ... There are 4 Tilburys in the county Tilbury (the dock town, founded from c.1883), East Tilbury and West Tilbury (both medieval manors and parishes) on ... He adds that Gervase came from West Tilbury – ‘he was born theare’ ...
... Various locations became favoured, especially that of Tilbury Fort itself ... post mill, but there was another important site a little to the south-west, on the present Gun Hill summit ... Over the month or so of the great army’s presence at West Tilbury, between 17,000 and 22,000 men are said to have lain in camp, but certainly not all ...
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