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CS001 Miscellaneous Censuses Volume 1

Box 1801, Corsham 1770, Steeple Ashton 1770-1827 (6 censuses) & Trowbridge 1821. A4 softback 51 pages...

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CS002 Miscellaneous Censuses Volume 2

Brixton Deverell 1791, Bromham 1831, Bulkington 1801, Chiseldon 1787, Donhead 1695, Foxley 1811, Grittleton 1811, Highworth 1801, Horningsham 1797, 1799 & 1801, Littte Cheverell 1785, Manningford Abbots 1810, Stanton St Bernard 1744, Stourton 1821 & 1831, Stratford Sub Castle 1821, Sutton Veny 1821 & 1831, Woodborough 1811 and Woodford 1887. A4 softback 58 pages...

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CS003 Surviving North Wilts Tax Censuses 1695-1705 Volume 1

Bincknoll, Clyffe Pypard, Hilmarton, Lydiard Tregoze, Lyneham, Tockenham and Wootton Bassett. A4 softback 54 pages...

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CS004 Surviving North Wilts Tax Censuses 1695-1705 Volume 2

Chiseldon, Liddington, Swindon, Wanborough, Little Hinton, Wroughton and Tythings. A4 softback 54 pages...

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CS005 Incumbents Visiting Books Volume 1

Compton Chamberlayne, Donhead St Andrew, East and West Harnham A4 softback 56 pages...

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CS006 Incumbents Visiting Books Volume 2

Bower Chalke, Maddington and Shrewton. A4 softback 52 pages...

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CS007 Malmesbury St Paul Censuses 1811, 1821 & 1831

A4 softback 26 pages...

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CS010 Contagious Diseases of Animals 1879-1888

A4 softback 36 pages...

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CS011 Hair Powder Tax

Wiltshire taxpayers in 1796 & 1797. A4 softback 52 pages...

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CS012 Wiltshire Freemasons

Returns of members made by lodges to Quarter Sessions. A4 softback 54 pages....

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CS014 Early Marriage Allegations, Wilts, Berks & Dorset

Marriage allegations 1598-1638 in Salisbury diocese. A4 softback 69 pages...

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CS015 Wiltshire Quarter Sessions 1747-1757

Replacement for years missing from the Calendars of Prisoners. A4 softback 75 pages...

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CS020 Church Pew Rents Volume 1

Calne 1636-1817, Devizes 1864-70 and Melksham 1575-1754. A4 52pp...

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CS021 Church Pew Rents Volume 2

Trowbridge St James 1750-1837 & 1839-50. A4 48pp...

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CS022 Church Pew Rents Volume 3

Westbury 1780-1818 7 and a few for Corsham 1652-1856. A4 57pp...

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CS023 Church Pew Rents Volume 4

Warminster 1612-1870s, Mere 1815-6 and Chippenham 1848-56 & c 1939. A4 78p...

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CS024 Church Pew Rents Volume 5 Salisbury

St Edmund allocation of seats 1654, St Edmund, St Martin & St Thomas pew rents 1654-1843 A4 Softback 88pp...

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CS025 Church Pew Lists

Alderbury 1623, Calne 1826, Cheverill 1704, Chilton Foliat 1790 & 1812, Collingbourne Ducis 1700, 1770 & 1853, Compton 1811, Corsham 1814, Corsley 1833 & 1841, Downton 1831, Kilmington 1744-1772, Maddington 1846, Malmesbury pre 1823, Odstock mid 18th Century, Potterne 1722, 1833 & 1841, Seend 1727, Steeple Ashton c1760 & 1888, Stourton 18th Century, Urchfont 1841, West Lavington 1624, Wilton c 184...

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CS030 First World War tribunals in Swindon

Records of First World War tribunals in Swindon. The appeals are listed in alphabetical order under the name of the person for whom the appeal was made. Where two or more men were considered together, there is one entry under one of the names with a cross reference to the other in its appropriate alphabetical place. As there is much information on employers, an index of them has been include...

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CS031 First World War tribunals in Wiltshire

The appeals are listed in alphabetical order under the name of the person for whom the appeal was made. Where two or more men were considered together, there is one entry under one of the names with a cross reference to the other in its appropriate alphabetical place. As there is much information on employers, an index of them has been included with reference to the employees for whom the ap...

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CS032 Wilts Militia Courts Martial 1759 to 1770

Warning: some of the language in this book is explicit. A4 softback 75 pages This is the companion volume to the Wiltshire Militia Orders 1759-1770, edited by Jean Cole and published by Wiltshire FHS in 1994. The Wiltshire Regiment of Militia was embodied three years after the beginning of the Seven Years War [1756-1763]. This war was the world wide conflict between Britain and France...

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CS033 Wilts Militia Orders 1759-1770

A4 softback 46 pages There are two armies in Britain - the regular or professional army which was first established after the restoration of Charles 11 in 1661 and the part-time army which is a much older force tracing its roots back to the Anglo Saxon Ffyrd of King Alfred. This part-time force has, at various times, consisted of many different types of soldiers from the straightforwardly na...

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CS034 Wiltshire Soldiers Wounded in the Civil War

Wiltshire Soldiers Wounded in the English Civil War, Petitions for Parliamentarian and Royalist Pensions Originally Quarter Sessions considered each application in detail with supporting evidence from the soldier’s military commander and local dignitaries. Again, this was more than the full meeting of Quarter Sessions could deal with. In 1662, the petitions were first referred to local JP...

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CS035 Wiltshire Constabulary Police Officers Appointed 1839-1927

Indexed transcript from original records held at Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre of all those who joined Wiltshire Constabulary between 1839 and 1927. At 535 pages, this is our largest single publication. The product is available as a download....

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