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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warminster Agriculture

    is dealt with separately below. 51 About Bugley the position is rather less certain. Arable land lay in Bugley Field in 1320 , 52 and is occasionally referred to in or near Bugley until the 17th century. In 1652, for

    List of maps and plans Corsley parish, 1783

    which formed the endowment of a prebend in Wells Cathedral, included those of lands in Thoulstone in Upton Scudamore and Bugley in Warminster . 3 The parocial affiliations of Thoulstone and Norridge were not firmly made with Upton Scudamore until

    Warminster Introduction Warminster 1962

    mentioned separately in 1086 and still in the 14th century, 10 but has long been reduced to a single farm. Bugley and Boreham remain semi-rural, connected to the town only by sporadic ribbon-development. The origin of the large hamlet of


    , Thos. (fl. 1689), Thos. (fl. 1741), Wm. (fl. 1669), Wm. (d. 1790), fam., Buckley , C. W., Bugley , Rog. of, Bugley , in Warminster , agric., fields, inc., tithes, Bulkington , of, John, Pet., Rog., Thos., n ,

    Fisherton de la Mere

    and in the vale of Wylye this figure is a high one. Within the hundred only Warminster with Boreham , Bugley , and Smallbrook (£9 18 s .) was more highly rated, though Upton Scudamore , with Norridge and Thoulstone

  • * British History Online * *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1574

    gent., and Margaret his wife Messuage and 6 cottages with lands in Bramhopp, Otteley, and Newall. William Cicell, kt., Ld. Bugley (Burleigh) and High Treasurer of England , Walter Mildmay, kt., Gilbert Gerrard, and Thomas Bromley, esqs. William Creike, gent.,

    William and Mary, March 1695, 01 March 1695-31 March 1695

    besides a considerable inheritance in land, to suffer recoveries of the manors of Warminster, Woodisons and Heaths, Corsley, Whitburne and Bugley, Hunthell, alias Hunte nhull, Deverill Longbridge, Monkton Deverill and Hussey Deverill, the capital messuage called Longleat House and the Subscribers-only content

    Index of names

    119, 171. Buckley , 40, 102, 119, 160. Bucknell, als . Bucke , 116. Buckton , 37. Bucktonne , 170. Bugley , Ld. (Burleigh), 58. Bull , 48, 73. als . Bele, 65. als . Bole, 67. Bulman , 48,

    William III, December 1695, 01 December 1695-31 December 1695

    Weymouth, to suffer recoveries of the manors and lordships of Warmister, Woodisons and Heaths, Corsley, Hunthell alias Huntenhull, Whitbourne and Bugley, Deverell Longbridge, Monkton Deverell, and Hussey Deverell, the house called Longleat House, the manors of Somerford, Sutton, Fifield, Gurston Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CUTTYNG, Thomas, of Wilton, Wilts.

    property at Wilton and land nearby, at Ugford St. James, and in 1402 he acquired yet more at Warminster and Bugley. In 1412 his holdings in Wiltshire (which by then included estates at Poulshot - presumably the moiety of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Alm$y, 100, Islington.- 03151 0 beDISPSEDOF, a portion of neat HOUSIIIOLD FUR. T T RE.-Addreea, P. G., Pont Office, Bugley Hood. c23iO U~'UPLIOATE of a GOLD WATCHF, plodged for £0. Ticket £3. LD St amp for rcply;-Address, D. SG, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liorbnry. The following gelftlemlen were swyorn on til Grand .Tsry :-Messrs. J. F. licker. liuroenis (foremran) ; T, 1B. Borros, Bugley ; . W Bnnistr, Groat Barr ;L. ilarouebs, I foarborne ; IV. lIt. Cashmere, Hanrdsworthr J. Caelvert, Idurelemn 1?I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    johici, I mao be Iaid by nolalrieuts. Thre lea onail frmhonn ae airs nue I balldhig-Apply o Lytbal and Maiseh, Bugley 1-all, lhirni~ng- 13ARKT ifirst-classi to TrtL7e nrsna to Hlatten failrwey t&- .F. tion: all well tlrahsc: hlfosue House and- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town, At Hail.-Apply, 20, The Orcocent. rIMS PART MEi~iNTI,-Wunited, endaroidSitting Itoom for Gentleeman Atf diming in town. Deehess Read sr Bugley ttoad lareferrerl.- Arldrems, sattitiag terms, 990, Daily Post. e4644 APAR1TLINTS icomfurtabiel. eight milnutes from SiegeR Ieatir A0 Station. Sui Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stannoore x"1 Reald5-eyfe- E~ Ini, to dilcinlg, foot ebambors, bath ; roach-anSe, scmii- -.1-0lGucc' grdeo, 113-. cal9M 5f1D(.L'\U3TON,-77 Corlyle Ilood, Bugley Itoos ; tenr lar-e rrcep- _1.2 ti-s-, '-ix bedl rooms, bath, see, £15. Posoossion Rejboot &ilfCz1-A1bTUY (Gi'lloot Rood, Hbgley Subscribers-only content

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