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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Malmesbury

    . 100 a. in Burton Hill . Those lands passed with Grange farm to William Edwards who sold his Burton Hill estate in 1787 to Timothy Dewell (d. 1792). Dewell devised the estate, including BURTON HILL HOUSE , to his

    Malmesbury hundred

    Eastcourt ), Garsdon , Hankerton , Kemble (including Ewen ), Lea and Cleverton , nearly all Malmesbury parish (including Burton Hill , Corston , Milbourne , and Rodbourne , but excluding the borough), Long Newnton , Oaksey , Poole Keynes

    Corrigenda to volumes I-VII

    ' " " 302, note 80, for 'Underditch' read ' Alderbury ' " " 309, the entry relating to Burton Hill now placed under Highworth Hundred in col. 1 should be transferred to Malmesbury Hundred in col. 2 " "

    Parishes Bremilham

    Malmesbury abbey agreed to change, or to confirm new, agrarian practices on the open fields of Brokenborough and of Burton Hill in Malmesbury parish. Men of Corston and Rodbourne were given a right of way over Bremilham land, but it

    Parishes Westport

    use in the late 20th century, when that to Corston was called Common Road. Lanes between Common Road and Burton Hill in Malmesbury , in use in the late 18th century, were not public roads in the late 20th. Others,

    Index A-Z

    , Jas., 176, 211 Burrows : Adam, 43 Thos., 43 fam., 43 Burton Hill (in Malmesbury ), 5, 28, 137, 154, 163, 235 agric, 11, 144-5,235 Burton Hill Ho ., 137, 141 , 142, 148 chap., 137, 156, 173 char.,

    Common Lands Beverley : Common Lands, 1988

    was said that the common of pasture for pigs belonging to Bishop Burton in that part of Westwood called Burton Hill had not been exercised for many years, and it was then extinguish ed upon payment of compensation to the

    Parishes Brokenborough

    50 Brokenborough 's assessment for taxation is likely to have been low in 1334 when it was returned with Burton Hill in Malmesbury , 51 but at 120 the number of poll-tax payers in 1377 was high. 52 The parish

    Fifteenths and tenths, 1334

    s . 8 d . s . d . Ashley and Poole Keynes (in Glos.) 66 8 Brokenborough with Burton Hill (in Malmesbury ) 56 0 Charlton and Garsdon 70 0 Chedglow (in Crudwell ) and Long Newnton 48 0

    Poll-Tax payers of 1377

    48 /37/87 Highworth Hundred Blunsdon, Broad 80 E 179/196/38/232 Blunsdon Gay 11 /38/234 *Blunsdon St. Andrew 24 /38/236 ? Burton Hill (in Malmesbury ) 29 74 /38/243 Burytown (in Blunsdon) 28 /38/217 Eastrop (in Highworth ) 62 /38/237 Eaton ,

    Table of population, 1801-1951

    South A.P., a.v. 264 120 238 237 226 196 121 Burdens Ball Tithing of Newton , South A.P., q.v Burton Hill Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v. Buttermere A.P. and C.P. 129 121 136 137 130 124 128 135

    Index A - Z

    , see Malmesbury Burrough , Jas., 253 Burton , Jas., 387; Dr. Simon , 387 Burton , see Nettleton Burton Hill , see Malmesbury 'Buryton' , see Warminster , Boreham Burytown , see Blunsdon, Broad Bushton , see Clyffe Pypard

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