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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. The story and life of M. Latimer Martyr.

    articles aboue mentioned, for the which he was troubled by the Priestes of the country about his benefice at West Kington: whiche hee writeth thereof to M. Morice, the copy thereof here foloweth.Letters of M. Latimer.¶ A Letter of M.

    Quene Mary. The life of M. Latimer. Letters of M. Latimer, Martyr.

    articles aboue mentioned, for the which he was troubled by þe priestes of the countrey about his benefice at West Kington: what he writeth thereof to M. Morice, the copie therof here followeth.¶ Letters of Master Latimer.¶ A letter of

    Queene Mary. Trouble of M. Latimer, Bishop, and Martyr.

    in West Kington.This benefice was in Wilshire, vnder the Diocesse of Sarum, the name of which towne was called West Kington, where this good preacher did exercise hymselfe wyth much diligence of teaching to instruct hys flocke: and not onely

    Q. Mary, The story & life of Byshop Latymer, Precher & Martyr.

    Q. Mary, The story & life of Byshop Latymer, Precher & Martyr.Anno. 1555. October.The societie of these twoo, as it was muche noted of many in that Vniuersitie: so it was full of many good examples, to al suche

    Q. Mary. The life of M. Latimer. Letters of M. Latimer, Martyr.

    articles aboue mentioned, for the which he was troubled by the Priestes of the countrey about his benefice at West Kington: what he wryteth therof to M. Morice, the copie thereof here followeth.¶ Letters of Master Latimer.¶ A letter of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    County government since 1835 1835- 1888

    , North Wraxall , and Castle Combe , and the appointment of William Beak as surveyor to this district. The experiment lasted less than two years. At the Easter sessions of 1840 John Baldwin , churchwarden of West Kington

    Parishes Dauntsey

    plurality. 217 Robert Davenant , rector 1663-74 , was also a canon of Salisbury and had been sequestrated from West Kington rectory by 1654 . 218 Joseph Trapp , a high church pamphleteer and the first professor of poetry at

    Medieval agriculture

    table, was a common payment. It is found, for e xample, at Heytesbury , Sherrington , Ashton Gifford , West Kington , Somerford Keynes , Erlestoke , Castle Combe , West Winterslow , Damerham , Colerne , and Amesbury ,

    Index A-Z

    ., 71 Dauntsey Lock (in Christian Malford and Dauntsey ), 67 Davenant , Rob., rector of Dauntsey and of West Kington , canon of Salisbury , 72 Davis ( Davies , Davys): (or Taylor), Ant., 18 Chas., vicar of Sutton

    Table of population, 1801-1951

    and C.P., and the whole of West Harnham C.P. was transferred to Netherhampton C.P. In 1934 the whole of West Kington C.P. was transferred to Nettleton C.P. In 1885 part of North Newnton -i.e. Rainscombe (pop. 35 in 1891 )

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    1158 (18). -, Ralph, 478. Latimer , John (Nevill), lord, 135, 614 (21). Latimer (Latamer, Lattymer), Hugh, parson of West Kington, afterwards (Sept. 1535) bp. of Worcester, 48 (p. 18), 253, 279, 767, 854, 1054, 1063: App. 1179 (p. 475).

    Henry VIII, January 1532, 1-10, 01 January 1532-31 January 1532

    704. Latimer's Citation. Citation by Richard Hilley, D.D., vicar-general of Laurence bp. of Salisbury, of Hugh Latimer, vicar of West Kington, in the archdeaconry of Wiltshire, to appear before John bp. of London, at St. Paul's, on Monday 29 Jan.,

    Henry VIII, December 1531, 16-31, 01 December 1531-31 December 1531

    Describes the different classes of informers at the time. If the Bishop would preach in my little bishopric at West Kington I would thank him heartily, and should be rather glad that Christ was preached than otherwise. I am one

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Hide, 5/3/1580

    Forename Thomas Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Collation Date 5/3/1580 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location West Kington// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/17 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Piers, John/Salisbury 1577- 1589 Comment no name or reason given

    Daniel Mills, 0/7/1783

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Mills Forename Daniel Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/7/1783 Office/Status Curate Location West Kington// OTHER INFORMATION Source Wiltshire Returns to the Bishop's Visitation Queri (Visitation Returns) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment Rector of Nettleton

    James John Hume, 10/4/1812

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 104882 Linked to person: Hume, James John 1801-1817 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hume Forename James John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 10/4/1812 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status

    Nathanael Hume, 7/12/1799

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 207325 Linked to person: Hume, Nathaniel 1759-1804 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hume Forename Nathanael Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 7/12/1799 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location West

    Philip Wroughton, 2/2/1801

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 207365 Linked to person: Wroughton, Philip 1780-1801 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wroughton Forename Philip Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 2/2/1801 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Upper Winchendon, Joseph, youngest sOt le of Thomas Page, aged 31. March 5, aged 76, Mr. Aaron Webb, of. West Kington. Wiltshire; interred at Colerue. .e March 5, at Littlemnore Asylum, Charles Wim. Draper, :e late of Charlburr, aged 44. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B.A., vicar of St. Mary Hook with Warsash, Hants. Patron, the Bishop of Winchester. Rev. Henry Green, rector of West Kington, Wilts. Rev. Francis Clyde Harvey* vicar of Hadaham. Patron J. Sheppard, Esq., and others. Rev. Henry Frederick Howard, rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. Frederick Frost; Chaplain of Southend Chapel, -t t !f Lewisham. I is Rev. Henry Hilton, Rector of West Kington, Wilts; Rural t Dean of South Malmesbury. t Rev. Howard Kiempson, Vicar of Cookley; Rector of St. c l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Budeaux. Patron, the Rev. 1i- C. T. Wilkinson, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Plymouth. .er Rev. Henry Hilton-Green, Rector of West Kington, Wilts; Id Rural Dean of South Malmesbury. as Rev. C. F. Hyde, MA., Vicar of Dilton Marsh, Wilts; Chaplain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wortbington, worth 7001. a year; the rectory of me- e Nainiton, oorth 6001. a year; the rectory of West Kington, i lon fworth 5001. a year; the vicarage of Cirencester, worth 60o0. roe a year. The aggregate patronage ot Subscribers-only content

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