Tutcher Place

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Tutcher Place

Tapton [48, 79]

Priestly Street Fire Station Triggs Auto Repair St. Cyprian's Church
a carpark Tutcher Place the Deny Hotel
Edridge Auto Repair Geard Avenue Steeds Park

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Tutcher Place



Why aren't more buildings named Tutcher? Why don't we have a Tutcher Cove, Tutcher Cul De Sac, and Tutcher Arms? Jerome Tutcher was an institution in Malton in the 1700s.

The only building left dedicated to his greatness is Tutcher Place. And considering he had 13 wives, He probably touched a lot of places.

In an odd piece of trivia, this street was the very place that the Devinyls' song "I Touch Myself" became a smash hit when it was listened to by music producer Mike "Rusty" Butthisker here, shortly before he was run over by a Bookmobile and distributed over 6 straight blocks. His final act before succumbing to chrome poisoning was to sign the Devinyls along with bands EMF, The Proclaimers, and Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians to 6-album contracts. This very act became the reason that Mike is now the speedbump on the 1700 blocks of this street.

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