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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Market Lavington

    See p. 90. Easterton Scrpbk. penes Mrs. H. G. Spencer , Easterton ; see plate facing p. 113. W.R.O., Tithe Award; 836/27, terrier, 1853. Inf. about council housing from Easterton Scrpbk. penes Mrs. H. G. Spencer , Easterton . Evening

    List of maps and plans

    Cou nty Record Office 22 Market Lavington c . 1790, based on maps of Market Lavington ( 1778 ) and Easterton ( 1797 ), in the Wiltshire County Record Office 84 The Manningfords in the earlier 19th century, based on

    Swanborough hundred

    Wedhampton and Eastcott . 27 Easterton Gernon was not represented at the tourn of 1502 and had presumably by then been brought within the duchy of Lancaster 's leet jurisdiction for the main manor of Easterton . 28 Charlton ,

    Parishes Great Cheverell

    classroom behind the school. 299 Charities for the Poor. By will dated 1725 James Townsend (d. 1730) devised land at Easterton (in Market Lavington ), out of the income from which 40 s . was to be spent each 21

    Parishes Urchfont Urchfont, 1784

    1934 Eastcott tithing (1,392 a.), representative of the former manor of Eastcott , was transferred to the civil parish of Easterton . 9 Thereafter Urchfont contained 4,893 a. 10 The north of the parish lies on the Gault Clay at

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, E, 01 January 1655-31 October 1655

    Mr., pass for East India Company India or Indies ships to or from trade Easterton , Dan. Eastland trade Eastlands , Mr. Eastmond , Fras. Eastwood , Mr. Edam , Holland Edes , J., letter of Edgar , Edm. Edgehill Subscribers-only content

    Warrants of the Protector and Council

    For Wm. Paleman and Nath. Lytton beyond seas 211 " 28 Serj. Dendy To apprehend Edw. May, Bynny, and Dan. Easterton, and bring them before Council 209 " 29 Pass For Hen. Hunter and Phil. Strode to France 256 209 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STORM. The Wiltshire Gazette gives a long and interesting im,-' count of a tremendous hail startthatvisited West Lavizdg. ton and Easterton on Tuesday morning last' About 'half- past five in the evening, the report runs, a roar, as oT a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    isilior ail yI \ si dniir anl iiicres'ie of ff290. the Tifidland i deco c*(- of -l 0;(lit Nor fth Easterton at (i' crea.scu ci .7 Vi0 ; lui Notiil Bilritilii aL deereuCieS of 129 tlv GeatWetern a decrease (if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COLLISON, IRighgae, iings Lyan butcher, dealer. and fellmonegee. JAMES Coccius, Three Tuns Inn, Trowbridge, Wilt. shire, licensed victualler. EStee MAYNARD, Easterton, near Devire-s, blacksmith. AL;SEsT Vic-mr Susnssy, Sic Ways Scoree, corner of George Street and Tincal Street, tialsall Heath, Bir- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rain as fairly frilihtened all who beheld it. Im less tlais half an hour the whole line of country, from Easterton on the one side to West Lavington on the other, was completely covered. Not a blade of gmass, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEQ UESTRATIONS. VAtDER William, hbakr, Mlacdoff; to ineet at Bauff, Oct. 14, at 12. CAMIERON Duncan, farmer and cattle dealer, Easterton; to meet at Perth, Oct. 20, at 1. IILLAR Leander, merchant, Glasgow; to meet at Glasgow, Oct. 17, at Subscribers-only content

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