Wiltshire Family History Society

4 - A5 Parish Series & other A5 books

A selection of CD and books, published by Wiltshire FHS, that are not parish register transcripts.

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Longbridge Deverill Poor, In & Out of the Parish 1816-1821 & 1826-1835 - Cat No PS18

Letters from applicants for poor relief from out of parish 1816-1821, and account book 1826-1835 giving payments to poor with names & details, and income from fathers of bastards. A5 softback 39 pages....

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Marlborough, Letters written home for Relief - Cat No PS23

1773-1835 asking for relief. A5 softback 53 pages....

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Mere, notes by Thomas H Baker, 1857-1888 - Cat No PS38

Notes about many people and buildings in his years in Mere A5 softback 28 pages....

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Pewsey - Extracts from Parish Entry Book 1699-1820 - Cat No PS39

Useful memoranda, lists and notes that were considered to be of sufficient importance that they should be kept for future reference. A5 softback, 32 pages ...

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Pewsey Vale - In a Wiltshire Village - Cat No PS17

Reprint of of the 19th century publication 'In a Wiltshire Village' by Mrs Haughton. A5 softback 20 pages....

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Pitton & Farley 1890-1906 - Cat No PS12

Based on the vicar's visiting book and the curates' notebook. A5 softback 35 pages....

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Potterne 1850-1900 - Cat No PS14

Reprint of "In a Wiltshire Village" A5 softback 52 pages....

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PS90 Compleat Parish Officer 1734

Reprint of a guide for parish officers to deal with complex poor laws and social problems. A5 104p...

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PS91 Handy Book of Parish Law

Reprint of a 3rd Ed. (1872) of a book dealing with many aspects of law affecting the parish and its officers. A5 112p...

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PS92 The Book of Trades Vol 1 (1811)

Woolcomber, spinner, waterman, basket maker, hat maker,jeweller, bricklayer, carpenter, cooper, stonemason, sawyer, smith, shipwright, mariner, currier, apothecary, baker, straw hat maker, soap boiler, plumber, dyer, potter, type- founder, coachmaker, tallow chandler, gardener, hairdresser, comb maker, lace maker, milliner, feather-worker and gold beater. A5 63p...

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PS93 The Book of Trades Vol 2 (1811)

Paviour, turner, brush maker, taylor, shoemaker, trunkmaker, wheelwright, iron founder, copperplate printer, painter, engraver, statuary, brewer, cutler, merchant, brick maker, rope maker, weaver, stocking weaver, carpet weaver, ladies dress maker, pin maker, needle maker, wire drawer, paper-maker, printer, bookbinder, calico printer, tinplate worker, brazier, button maker, cabinet maker, sadler, ...

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PS94 The Book of Trades Vol 3 (1818)

Attorney, bleacher, bookseller, chemist & druggist, confectioner, distiller, gun maker, linen draper,looking-glass maker, machinist, musical instrument maker, optician, pewterer and tanner. A5 52pp...

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PS95 Obscure Wiltshire Marriages

Marriages in Wiltshire taken by Steven Hobbs from sources other than parish registers/bishops transcripts, and also corrections/additions to the Marriage Licence Bond CD. A5 52p....

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PS97 Wiltshire Emigration Association 1849-1851

In almost every case, the publication contains the name, date and place of birth of people who applied to emigrate, including their children, a total of 347. Dates of marriage are also included. The Wiltshire Emigration Association was founded Earl Bruce, son of The Marquis of Aylesbury. As a result of the repeal of the Corn Laws many farmers had a hard job to make a living, and, as a conseq...

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PS98 Wiltshire Fire Insurance Policy Holders 1714-1731

The late Alan Redstone, a founder member of the Bristol and Avon Family History Society, transcribed and indexed over 80,000 references from policy registers deposited in Guildhall Library, London. He concentrated exclusively on provincial England. The period 1714 1731 was systematically covered using the registers of the Sun Fire Office. These policy register have been preserved virtually intact...

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PS99 Wiltshire Strays in Gloucester Gaol

The 14 Registers (Gloucester Record Office Registers, 1815-1879 Q/Gc 5/1 to 5/7; & Q/Gc 6/1 to 6/7) record details of the prisoners remanded in custody to the County Gaol at Gloucester while awaiting trial, in chronological order of committal. There are 486 people from Wiltshire included. In addition to the information given in this index, the registers contain other details including the i...

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Rowde Poor 1737-1756 and 1805 - Cat No PS29

Survey of Poor 1805-1811, gifts to poor 1737-1756 and a pew list 1809. A5 softback 44 pages....

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Salisbury Cholera Victims 1849 - Cat No PS24

Salisbury Infirmary notebook recording the outbreak. 1030 persons treated, about 200 deaths, many named with parish, age & symptoms. A5 softback 36 pages....

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Steeple Ashton Charities - Cat No PS30

Payments from various charities to the poor and education of poor children 1722 - 1900. A5 softback 44 pages....

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Steeple Ashton People 1729 - 1869 - Cat No PS31

Lists of Residents in 1770, 1800, 1813 & 1826 Poor children 1752. Distribution of bread 1826. Church alms box 1856-1869. Church charity bag 1832-1851. Christmas shillings 1841-1857. Boys at school 1729. A5 softback 40 pages....

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Stourton Poor in 19th century - Cat No PS06

Records of relief by 7 charities. A5 softback 47 pages....

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Sutton Veny 1821 & 1831 censuses - Cat No PS27

An unexpected rare survival from the early censuses. A5 softback 36 pages....

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Tisbury & Wardour 1835 census - Cat No PS03

Census taken to split parish equitably. A5 softback 25 pages....

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Westbury Tithe Book 1592 - 1604 - Cat No PS15

Lists of people paying certain tithes, arranged in the "tithings" in which they lived. A5 softback 58 pages....

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Westbury Upper and Lower Congregational meetings - Cat No PS21

From a notebook written in 1873. A5 softback 28 pages....

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