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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wilton Manors and lesser estates

    Dissolution: they were Washern, Ugford , and part of Ditchampton . 21 Before 1086 Washern paid geld for 81/2 hides and Ugford for 4 hides; while the abbey estate of Ditchampton consisted of only 1/2 hide since the Bishop of

    Wilton Schools and charities

    three local friendly societies meeting at the Bell and Greyhound Inns , Wilton , and at the Bell Inn , Ditchampton : their most deserving members were to receive £5, £2 and £2 respectively. The report of the Charity Commissioners

    The borough of Wilton Introduction WILTON c. 1960

    Ditchampton in South Burcombe , but details of their earlier history are mentioned here when more relevant to the history of Wilton . All the other medieval suburbs-that is, the manors of Bulbridge and Washern, the abbey manor of

    Wilton Churches and Protestant nonconformity

    a square tower. The advowson belonged to the lords of the manor of Ditchampton . First in the hands of the family of Camville, lords of Ditchampton , 59 the patronage had descended by 1341 to the Burdets, 60 and

    Branch and Dole hundred

    was what it seems to have been in 1084 . It included in Burcombe parish North Burcombe and part of Ditchampton but not South Burcombe and South Ugford which were in Cadworth hundred, in Fugglestone parish Fugglestone, Bemerton , and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHILD, Thomas (d.1413), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    Held Reeve, Salisbury 1 Nov. 1403-4; constable 1412-13. Biography Child came from Ditchampton, a few miles outside Salisbury. A mercer by trade, he presented 19 whole woollen cloths for alnage in the financial year 1402-3. He was also part-owner, with

    BURDET, Sir John (d.1402/3), of Huncote, Leics.

    father to the grave shortly afterwards, leaving his brother John to inherit not only Huncote, but also the manor of Ditchampton in Wiltshire and their mother’s property at Ibstock and Bourton.[footnote]Possessed of his parents’ estates by 1371, Burdet was faced

    STAFFORD, Humphrey (c.1384-1419), of Grafton, Worcs.

    estates through marriage to Sir John Burdet’s only heir. These included Huncote in Leicestershire, Bourton on Dunsmore in Warwickshire, and Ditchampton in Wiltshire (which last had an estimated annual value of £20 in 1412).[footnote]Stafford’s youthful years were full of violent

    THORPE, Henry (d.1416), of Boscombe, Wilts.

    places where he held land now being specified. By this time his holdings included the manors of ‘Burdon’s Ball’ in Ditchampton and Yatesbury, Wiltshire, which had come to him by marriage. Four years later, on the death of his father-in-law’s

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    , Jean de. See Troyes, bailly of. Dirik , John, 364 (p. 138). Dispensations , 623, 1087 (50): App. 3. Ditchampton (Dychamton), Wilts, 1008. Ditchingham (Dechyngham), Norf., 97, 1257 ii. Ditmarsh , in Germany, 24 (p. 7), 1116. Ditton ,

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Deyr . See Deer. Deysburgh . See Desborough. Deysne , in Flanders, letter dated at, 2147. Dichampton or Dichehampton. See Ditchampton. Dickinson (Dykenson), Harry, surgeon, pp. 1519 20. Dickleburgh (Bekelbergh, Dikkelbrough, Dekylbergh), Norf., 438 (4 m. 11): g. 632 (50).

    British History Online

    in Sar[um ] . Thomas Lambert of the same Anthony Hungerford Thomas Polden Walter Parker Henry Coker, Francis Wroughton of Ditchampton Robert Duke of Lake Thomas Chaffine Marks John Gantlett John Bigg Francis Swanton Ab John Stokes Charles Mitchell John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blaenffod, 1unfair, Nantgwyn, formerly Boncath Station, Ilaaftlangel, Penbedw, all Pembrokeshire, genersl merchant. Grosser FnsDsioes BReRexRB, Bralford, Wiltshire, baker. WsaLLLAa Buasxrr, Ditchampton, Wiltshire, haulier. A'LrRsx WArirzs Fosnseee, Grays, Essex, builder. Jons,; EHavEY, Uttoxeter Road, Longton, Staffordshire, bricltmakor. RLEaeY Rowvs, Hull, ate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wigans, draper. ;o - 30 J. Brandon, lKingowlisford, draper.f I- PARTrNEuRslHIPs DISSOLVED, 'Y E Andrews, G. Leach, and T. Leach, Ditchampton, grocers. Ir G: Leach and T. Leach, Salisbury sad Amesbury, grocers, n A. B. Lambe and J C. L1good, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , T> J Slreet, Solicitor Andrews, John Benjamin, Willesbro', near Ashford, Esquire Andrews, V Uliam, Instow, Devon, Gentleman Andrews Emanuel, Ditchampton, near WUton, WUts, Grocer Aauis, Miss Elizabeth, Barnstaple Apperly, WUliam Havard, Withington, near Hereford, Esquire Appleby, Thomas, aud ITr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph White, Salisbury, fruiterer. Heber W. Bennett, Temple-street, We3t Bromwicb, painter. Thomas Bather, Maesbury, near Oswestry, miller. Tom J. Salmon, Ditchampton, Wilts, basket maker. Alfred J. Allen, Eveiiua-road, Nunhead, London, greengrocer. George O. Camroux, trading as Camroux and Co., Craven-street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    solicitor. Andrews, John Benjamin, Willesboro', near Ashford, Esquire. Andrews, William, Instow, Devon, gentleman. Andrews, Richard, Wishford, Wilts, gentleman. Andrews, Emanuel, Ditchampton, near Wilton, Wilts grocer. Annis, Miss Elizabeth, Barnstaple, spinster. Arblaster, Richard, Curborough, near Lichfield, gentle- man. Armstrong, Robert Baynes, Subscribers-only content

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