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You searched for: Place: "Kingston Deverill", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Source type: Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the-Wilts Generaland Agricultural Workers' Unifon. This week the van has been in West Wilts. Speaking at a meeting at Kingston Deverill the other evening, the lecturer (Mer. Riley) said a labonrer's wife in East Wilts had supplied him with details Subscribers-only content

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    Dec. 7, at 11, Pontypool. S. A. Mitchell, pig dealer. Dee. 2, at 10, Bury St. Rdmunds. 1B. Crees, Kingston Deverill, mealman. Dee. 2, at 1, Frome. .T Nieholls, Dredliy, clerk, Dec. 3t at 11, Dudley. NV. Westwood, Dudley, greengrocer, Subscribers-only content

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    Jersey; 0.Stephen- son, Naworth. Estate Co Braniptoni,Cubrad `W ?o Dairy Cattle-Thee. Bowsterid, Eden Hall, Panrith'; Oinm 7e Win. Stratton, Kingston Deverill, Warminsten. of. 1 l SflEicP--Lelcesters, Lincolns, arid Cotswolds-Chsarles hon is 'Clarke, Aehby de la Launde. Sle'iford ;Skelton Jefferson, rain Subscribers-only content

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    James King, MA.; vicar of St. Mary's, Ilerwick-on- Tweed. Rev. T. L. Kingsbury, M.A, vicar of Burbago; rector of Kingston Deverill. Rev. Robt. Joseph Knight; perpetual curate of All Saiats', Derby Rev Augustin Loy, M.A. ; vicar of St. Weonard's, Subscribers-only content

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    Dec. 7, at 11. SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHEL, Bury St. Edmund's, dealer In pigs,I Dee. 2, at 10. BENJAMIN CaREES, Kingston Deverill, Wiltshire, mealman,I Dec. 2,at11. JOSEPH oIHOiLLs, Dudley, attorney's clerk, Dec. 8, atlI1. WILLIAM WESTWOOD, Dudley, greengrocer, Dec. 8, at Subscribers-only content

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    29 George Mumford Sexton, of Wherstead Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk, Lady Southampton, bay, aged, breeder unknown 30 William Stratton, of Kingston Deverill, Warminster, Wilts ; Queen of the Forest, brown aged, breeder unknown ; s Venison. 31 Major Fuller Maitland Wilson, Subscribers-only content

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    receipt CORN AND STOCK FARM, IN SOUTH WILTS. T O IB _E JL _E _T , From Michaelmas, 1842, KINGSTON DEVERILL FARM, six miles from War- minster ; consisting of about 1,000 Acres, little more or less, viz : - Subscribers-only content

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    Biggar, Sootland ; Jack Wilson, of Woodballs Manor, near Morpeth ; Chas. Howard, of Bedford ; W. Stratton, of Kingston Deverill, Warminster ; and T. Clay, of Purohas, near Chepstow. THE ALLEGED SUICIDE OF AN IRISH BOY. In reply to Subscribers-only content

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    of Biggar, Scotland; Jack Wilson, of Woodhails Manor, near Morpath ; Chas. Howard, ol Bedford ; W. Stratton, of Kingston Deverill, Warminster ; and ; T. Clay, of Parohas, near Chepstow. THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITT. In reply to Mr. B. Hone, Subscribers-only content

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    of St. John I College, Cambridge, has been instituted by the Lord BLsfcop of Salisbury to the Rectory of Kingston Deverill, Wilts, on the nomination of the Marquis of Bath. The Marquis of Conyngham has appointed the Re- Neville Cornwall, Subscribers-only content

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    Welney-house, Norfolk. Clerk - Taylor.- On the 26th ult., at Ambleside, by the Rev. D. Malcolm Clerk, rector of Kingston Deverill, assisted by the Rev. Tilton Fell, Edmund Hugh Clerk, youngest son of the late Major Thomas Clerk, E.1.C.5., and Subscribers-only content

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    C. Dowding, to be chaplain of the Devizes Uuion Workhouse. The Rev. C. Spencer Fripp, to the curacy of Kingston Deverill, Warminster. The Rev. H.Jones, to the incumbency of Shelley, Suffolk. Tbe Rev. J. Macnaught, to the incumbency of the Subscribers-only content

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    cloth manufacturer- Dec. 21. Amelia Uolmyard, Margate, spinster Jan. SO. G. Allday, Solihull, Warwickshire, butcher- Jan. l_. B. Crocs, Kingston Deverill, Wiltshire, meaiman- Jan. 13. J. John- son, *3cam!.ilesby, Lincolnshire, blacksmith- Jan. 15. J cham- pion, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, late innkeeper- Subscribers-only content

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    Suuthyes, of Bury St. Edmund 'a. Stratton -Flower.- On the 9th mat., at Brighton, Mr Wil- liam Stratton, of Kingston Deverill, Warminster, to Amy only daughter of Mr. W. Flower, of The Ridge, Chilmark' Salisbury. DEATHS. ACKERY.- On the 7th Subscribers-only content

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    Charles-street, St. James's-3quare. Colonel Baird, 8.C.3., BeauchOue, Surbiton. Major-General WilUam Knox Babington, 7, Victoria-park, Dover. Lieutenant-Colonel Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, Warminster. Wilts. S. HorsfaU Edelsten, Esq., Loughborough, Loughborough House, Whitney, Oxon. C. H. Lloyd Fiizw_Uiaai3, £_jq., Newcastle Emlyn, South Subscribers-only content

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    '1 .iii,-'.-sqiiarf- ' |Ka.r.l b< - . I'eaucheiie, Surbiton. ",Xi Willum Knox iiabiugton, 7, Victoria-paik, .imiel Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, ■*•' noiiister Wilt*. ";-',",';-.. I:^., M.D., F.R.C.P.E., Craven-street, Charing- >n Aleuuider DunUe, United Service Club, Pall- '"'■■ a „j Subscribers-only content

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    U.< s , BeauchOne, Surbiton. J iera! V*> illiam Knox Babington. 7, Victoria-park, In,. t-t iil.iiii-l Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, -ti i v> ..-.-. !..■:.-. . -... s. 11=.;., M.l*., 1 .8.C. P. E., Cr;iven-street, Charing-- ..i.n Al. ...nder Subscribers-only content

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    Beauchene, Surbiton. M J .1-1 in. eral William Knox Babington, 7, Victoria-park, ' lt..ver Lin:tt:.:i'it -('olonel Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, V -minister. Wilts. Koliert Cm.-s. Esq., M.D., I'.R.C.P.E., Craven-street, Charing- .r •- Admiral .tulni Alexander Duntze, United Service Club, Subscribers-only content

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    s-square. Colonel Baird, 8.C.5., BeauchOne, Surbiton. I Major-General William Knox Babingtou, 7, Victoria-park, Dover. I Lieutenant-Colonel Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, j >\ armiuster. Wilts. j Robert Cross, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.P. E., Craven-street, Cliaring- cross. Adnriral John Alexander Duntze, United Subscribers-only content

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    James's-square. Bkird, 8.C.5., Bcauchene, Surbiton. \ \U . -i.< neral William Knox Babington, 7, Victoria-park, Colonel Malcolm George Clerk, Kingston Deverill, instcr. Wilts. :•.<_.- L_q„ M.I), F.R.C. P.E., Craven-street, Charing- . John Alexander Duntze, United Service Club, Pall- ed!, and Subscribers-only content

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