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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury Protestant nonconformity

    the Westbury Leigh chapel to found a new chapel at Penknap (see below). Westbury Leigh was without a pastor for five years, but during this time a Sunday school was formed. Between 1847 and 1871 the Westbury Leigh congregation raised

    Westbury Mills

    1545 . At this date it was leased to John Whitaker, alias Bathe . 99 A fulling mill at Westbury Leigh was conveyed in 1550 by John Stanshall and Anne, his wife , to Christopher Stanshall . 1 This may

    Westbury Parish government and public services

    in 1687 there was also a poorhouse at Westbury Leigh for the use of the poor of that division. 35 In 1732 the vestry decided to buy a house at Westbury Leigh as a workhouse and to employ a salaried

    Westbury Industry and trade

    Boultons at Westbury Leigh some time before 1871. 35 His sons were trading as Boulton Bros. in 1889 . In 1901 the firm, manufacturers of various types of gloves, was incorporated and acquired Ball's Mill at Westbury Leigh . 36

    List of illustrations

    1964 " 174 Westbury Leigh , Dilton Mill , c . 1875. Photograph, Na tional Buildings Record " 175 Westbury Leigh , Boyer's Mill, part of the works of Charles Case & Son Ltd., Westbury Leigh . Photograph by Roy

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOSKINS, William.

    men from its neighbourhood to Parliament and the existence of a family called Hoskins at Westbury Leigh, on the south side of the town, during the early 16th century creates the presumption that the Member of 1555 was of local

    PHIPPS, Thomas (?1648-1715), of Clerkenwell, Mdx. and Heywood Place, nr. Westbury, Wilts.

    near his native town, leasing land in Frome, Somerset, in 1679, inheriting from his father a residuary interest in Westbury Leigh in 1688, and purchasing nearby Dilton manor from Sir Stephen Fox* in 1689. Perhaps prompted by the death of

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, W, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Bucks, I. g. 981 (56). Westbury , Soms., I. g. 346 (5). Westbury , Wilts, II. g. 449 (1). Westbury Leigh , Wilts, II. g. 449 (1). Westchester . See Chester. Westcoote , Glouc., II. g. 107 (8). Weste .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the 23d October. BANKRUlPTS. T. Tappenden, King's Head, Cumber]and-street, victualler. Solicitor, Mr. Whitton, Great James.street, Bedford-row. R. Jones, Westbury Leigh, Wilts, clothier. Solicitor, Mr. Williams, Red Lion-square. T. Smith, Derby, nail-manufacturer. Solicitor, Mr. Wragg, Ave-Maria- lane. J. Peck, Andover, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C Wagaesmoderato, . Umntey prefcrrefl,-Addcoms, 166, Doily ClONPFtCTIONERIY.-Wantea, RL-engngement, above, by yoring C. Ladey; exparieccd. Good referearss,-Addrese, 7. ~solation, Westbury Leigh, Wilta, c64593 'TRhAPlIRY.-Wanted, by a isomig Mean, age 20, a Situtiontli so Di~Juulor or 2emprover.-Addrese, W. Bellenmy, Me. Jolsii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the magistrates' clerk's office, Trowbiidge, charged with a violent assault upon an old man named John Dodymead, fruit-seller, of Westbury Leigh. The parties had attended Trowbridge fair, and the complainant inquired of the prisoner how eshe sold her nuts, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ll Crftn-rod Lede, 515 I'OUNG Lade (22) desires situation in Leeds, as OASHE=R and . Booklreeper. Iefs. Smith, Post-office, Westbury Leigh, Wilts. I LDSENGAQED, thoroughly practicol, efflcient B00T201 PE1t. GU Uood aorrespiondrett (quickl; knowledge of lhoithand. Salary mueduratn. Addros 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arran, Aheertho.rpe. T O he LETI, wi-th ~inatediuttepseso, 3i O LE Cl 0,CTH ALAN CIFACTOICY, known as Boyera ilstaea Westbury Leigh. Wilts.a eoit, two inie emtra WsenBeia elation t adjaceimltresidenca.estilemele iformiitnage~r'sboone, might bob ci by arrangemont. Compound Erngine,, Boilsec, mend Subscribers-only content

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