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    Townships Ashton

    from an epidemic of the sweating sickness in the time of Elizabeth is said to have been built on Ashton Common . 4 A fair of two days' duration was held on 22 and 23 September , principally for toys Victoria County History

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    with the rest. The entrance to Trowbridge by this route would have been by the long green lane from Ashton Common . The Chippenham-Tog Hill route was also revived in the 1751-2 session; this time with the road branching from Victoria County History

    Steeple Ashton Steeple Ashton parish 1818

    larger estate built after the Second World War. North of the village groups of cottages at Ashton Hill , Ashton Common , and Snarlton, which all existed by 1773 , 33 must have begun by encroachment on the great common Victoria County History

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    (Glos., formerly Wilts .), 11, 298, 314-15, 329, 337; pop., 340 Ashton , Cold (Glos.), Tog Hill , 258 Ashton Common , see Trowbridge Ashton , East, see Ashton , Steeple Ashton Gifford , see Codford Ashton Keynes , 272, Victoria County History

    Parishes Bradford-on-Avon

    Bridge (Som.) via Winsley to Bradford , and thence across Staverton bridge to join the Trowbridge-Steeple Ashton road on Ashton Common . 73 By the same Act the Bradford-Trowbridge road was turnpiked as far as Cockhill Gate . Provision was Victoria County History

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, March 1752, 1-10, 01 March 1752-10 March 1752

    to Bradford , in the County of Wilts , and from thence through Hilperton , and so far over Ashton Common as to join the Road which leads from Steeple Ashton to Trowbridge , and also the Road leading from British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, February 1752, 21-28, 21 February 1752-28 February 1752

    to Bradford , in the County of Wilts , and from thence, through Hilperton , and so far over Ashton Common as to join the Road which leads from Steeple Ashton to Trowbridge , and also the Road leading from British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, March 1752, 21-31, 21 March 1752-31 March 1752

    , to Bradford in the County of Wilts , and from thence through Hilperton , and so far over Ashton Common as to join the Road which leads from Steeple Ashton to Trowbridge , and also the Road leading from British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. M. Fawcett, Sheffield, licensed victualler- C. Hampshire, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, inn- keeper-J. Sutcliffe, Staley Bridge, Cheshire, hatter- G. Wilshere, Ashton Common, Wiltshire, cattle dealer- W. Law, Batley, Yorkshire, weaver - J. Wass, Leeds, grocer- C. Thompson, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, clothier- W. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tat great fall of rain. Duriog the violent gale of Thursday nigh'- the malthouse of Mr. Beaven, on Steeple- Ashton Common, *»' blown down, and the roof carried of. ln the >arac gal* »"** at Melksham Spa was blown down Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Leeds line was 26 to 7. The supervision of the Commissioners of Police does not extend further than Ashton Common. The Commis- sioners of Police are qualified by living in Ashton, and being rated at about £36 per annum. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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