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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Calne Local government The loving cup given in 1860 The parish workhouse c . 1760

    which, as burgesses, they owed no suit; occasionally one was disburgessed. 31 The burgesses together owned the pastures called the Alders and the Marsh , in the 16th and 17th centuries nearly all their joint income arose from selling the

    Calne Economic history Pig-singeing apparatus manufactured by E. W. Maundrell Lower mill c . 1900

    course of the Wootton Bassett to Calne road , belonged to the burgesses jointly, and the burgesses also held the Alders , a pasture of 63 a. among the several estates south-west of the t own. 40 On the ridge

    Parishes Campton cum Shefford and Chicksands

    Priory , where it widens out into a small lake, passing through two plantations known as the Upper and Lower Alders . The general fall of the ground is from west to east, the highest point being above the 200

    Parishes Sandford on Thames

    Cannon and Clapperton, in about 1910. This private company was amalgamated in 1936 as Cannon and Clapperton, a branch of Alders ( Tamworth ) Ltd. The mill has gradually become independent of water power, a process hastened by the widening

    North division Withernwick Withernwick 1812 Withernwick Church Before Rebuilding In The 1850s

    1852 . 94 W. F. Bethell bought the 241-a. Withernwick Grange farm and c . 20 a. more from the Alders in 1865 , and a further 118 a. in 1872 . 95 In 1915 William Bethell had 985 a.

    Index A-J

    Abberd mead (comm onable meadow), inc., and see Calstone; Cherhill ; Compton Bassett adv., agric., and see Eastman Street the Alders (commonable pasture), and see Calne , man. and estates alehouses, see Calne , inns allotments (gdn.), almshouse (sometime poorhouse),

    Parishes West Pennard

    woodland in the parish was on Pennard Hill , where early clearance was necessary for the creation of arable fields. Alders on Hearty 'island' were described c . 1135 as 'splendid and ample' 170 and were used for fuel, fencing,

    Calne Churches The north doorway in 1803 St. Mary 's churuch from the south-east in 1803 The south arcade in 1803 s Plan of St. Mary 's church c . 1900

    Bowood park. The £2 a year was converted to a rent charge in 1843 . 79 In 1818, when the Alders , the Marsh , and the open fields of Calne were inclosed, land was allotted to the vicar to

    Calne Manors and other estates

    pasture north-east of the town, and the ALDERS , a pasture south-west of the town, were held jointly by the burgesses of Calne 19 until 1818. By an award under an Act the Alders was then allotted to Henry, marquess

    Stoke-upon-Trent Local government, economic history and social life

    earliest works which can be traced over a long period is that established early in the 18th century by John Alders of Penkhull at Top Square. This lay at the junction of Honeywall and what is now Hartshill Road on

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    was also lessee of St. John's College 's Hardwick mill estate. Thomas Lee , a Ducklington solicitor related to the Alders , tenants of St. John 's from the early 17th century, 47 received 27 a. for freehold; he also

    Public health and medical services

    sick in their own homes or in public pest-houses. At Calne in 1636 the house of William Ingram in the Alders was taken for a pest-house; Ingram was provided with another house and paid £1 compensation for leaving and for

    Index

    potters, 135 Alcock and Keeling , potters, 135 Alcock (Hen.) and Co., potters, 138 Alcock (Sam.) and Co., potters, 135 Alders , John, 202; Thos., 202 Alfgar , Earl of Mercia, 184 Alfieri's Academy , see Hanley Alker , Geo.,

    Index A - Z

    Alchester , in Wendlebury , 3, 225 Aldbourne ( Wilts .), bell foundry at, 14 Aldermaston ( Berks .), 33 Alders ( Tamworth ) Ltd., 271 Aldgitha , dau. of Wigod of Wallingford , m. Robt. d'Oilly (fl. 1086), 60

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