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Part of the A4 County Series of publications dealing with many aspects of life in Wiltshire

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CR 030 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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CR 031 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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CR 032 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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CR 033 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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CR 034 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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CR 080 Coroners Records Marlborough 1773-1835

A4 softback 56 pages An inquisition often took place on the same day as the death and the Minutes of Evidence from sworn witnesses gave vital information regarding the life and last days of the deceased person. As stated in the inquisitions "it is not necessary that the Inquisition be taken in ye very same place where the body was viewed but may adjourn to a place more convenient' which, more o...

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CR 081 Coroners Records Salisbury City Vol 1 1876-1892

A4 softback 74 pages This surviving set of Salisbury coroners' inquisitions commenced in 1876 with a break until they recommenced in 1888 and then continued mainly with full inquests for each year until 1974. However, all inquests into suspicious, sudden or unexplained deaths come under a 75 year closure ruling which applies to coroners' records and therefore this ruling has to be adhered to so...

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CR 082 Coroners Records Salisbury City Vol 2 - 1893-1898

A4 softback 75 pages The Salisbury Coroners' inquisitions commenced in 1876 with a break in years when they recommenced in 1888 and then continued, mainly with full inquests for each year until 1974. However, all coroners' inquests into suspicious, sudden or unexplained deaths come under a seventy-five year closure ruling but is likely that these transcriptions will continue until around the ea...

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CR 083 Coroners Records Salisbury City Vol 3 - 1899-1901

A4 softback 61 pages The Salisbury Coroners' inquisitions commenced in 1876 with a break in date until 1888 and then continue with full inquests for each year until 1974. However, all coroners' inquests into suspicious, sudden or unexplained deaths come under a seventy-five year closure ruling. The papers have been bundled in chronological order of date and year and are contained within two ...

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CR 084 Coroners Records, Malmesbury 1830-1854

A4 softback. 34 pages This book not only to faithfully interpret and transcribe the complete contents, apart from Jurors' names, but also to add useful genealogical information from other sources, principally from Parish Burial Registers and local Trade and Residential Directories, which will be of particular use to family historians. The inquisitions themselves include many clues about rel...

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CR 085 Coroners Records Wiltshire County 1815-1858

A4 softback. 56 pages There were several Wiltshire county coroners during the period from 1815 to 1858 and it is hoped that most of them have been identified as to their place of abode [see Appendix 1]. Coroners submitted their bills of expenses to the county treasurer for mileage undertaken to take an inquisition upon notification of a sudden or suspicious death which had happened in their par...

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CR 086 Wiltshire County Coroner 1796-1823

This volume completes the publication of records of inquests by Wiltshire coroners, filling the gap between the bills, 1752-1796 edited by R F Hunnisett and published in Wiltshire Record Society vol 36, and those for 1815, 1825-1858 edited by Jean Cole published by Wiltshire Family History Society. Both of those runs of bills were filed among the series of bills of the County treasurer. The bil...

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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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