Domesday Survey - Tarbock cited as 'Torboc'.
Parish granted to Henry II.
Richard de Torbock granted the manor.
Manor sold to Thomas Sutton.
Manor sold for £10,500 to Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton Hall.
Death of William Webster, who bequests money for the poor of the parish which becomes known as Webster's Dole. (WFN148)
Turnpike Trust between Liverpool and Warrington via Tarbock.
Earl of Sefton conducts a survey into his estates.
Hoard of 3rd Century [Roman] coins found on a local farm.
'Farmers Rest Lodge' established, it held regular meetings at the Brick Wall Inn. (TB5)
Tarbock Chapel pulled down with the building of a Chapel of Ease (HW11) at Halewood.
Tarbock Hall appears on the Tithe map (WFN54).
Tenants provide an illuminated address to the Earl of Sefton to celebrate his forthcoming marriage.
Post Office and Smithy built rebuilt (WFN8).
Tarbock becomes part of the newly formed Prescot Rural District Council, renamed the Whiston Rural District Council the following year.
First coal raised from Cronton Colliery (WH93/20).
Sale of Tarbock Estate by public auction at the Hare and Hounds Hotel.
Wooden church hall built at Tarbock Green.
Local government re-organisation - Tarbock becomes part of the new Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley (WFN176).
(figures in brackets are reference numbers of photos in the main site)