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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fosbury

    FosburyFOSBURYFosbury 's boundary on the east, two thirds of which is with Hampshire , follows the bottom of deep dry valleys. Parts of the boundary on the north and west also follow dry valleys, and a prehistoric earthwork

    Tidcombe TIDCOMBE AND FOSBURY c . 1840 HIPPENSCOMBE 1848

    church was built at Fosbury . 54 In 1894 Wiltshire county council gave the parish the name Tidcombe and Fosbury , and Hippenscombe , 911 a., a civil parish, formerly extra-parochial, and linking Tidcombe 's and Fosbury 's land, was

    Hippenscombe

    was deemed a civil parish. It remained a civil parish until 1894, 16 when it was added to Tidcombe and Fosbury parish. 17 Hippenscombe 's boundary on the north and south ran along the top of the steep sides of

    Introduction

    rivers Bourne , Dun , and Kennet . There are hill forts at Chisbury in Little Bedwyn parish and at Fosbury in Tidcombe parish, and the sites of several Roman villas have been found, but, compared with the downland of

    List of maps

    of the Ordnance Survey and on a manuscript map in the Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office (9/22/232H) 208 Tidcombe and Fosbury c . 1840, Hippenscombe 1848, based on the tithe award maps of Tidcombe , Hippenscombe , and Blagden 216

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charleo, Clifford'a inn Forsyth, William, Twickenham Fortescue, Wm., Smithfield bars Fortescue, Hon. Hugh,; Grosvenor stereet Fosbusy, John, Esq., HEtche-ts Hotel Fosbury, T. T., Duke street, St James's Forster, Perclval William, Bellsize, Hamp~tead Forster, Matthew, Bellsize, Hamp- stead Forster, John, Bellsize, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18 Finsbury circs Freshfield, Charles Kaye, 5 New Bank buildings Fuller, George Arthur, 66 Moorgate street Fletcher, John B. Goldensqisare Fosbury, John, 76 Jermyn street Fowler, John, 2 Queen square place Fsx, Major General. Pall mall Francis, William, 5R High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Thurs- day afternoon at Copenhagen. Jan. 8.-At the Wilts quarter sessions, the Rev. Herbert Williams, curate of Tidcombe and Fosbury, is found guilty of indecently assault- ing Maria Beckingham, a girl about seventeen years of age, and is sentenced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turowas L. PLANT. CxrARGE AGAINST A CLERUYMAN.-At the Pewsey (Wilts) Petty Sessions, the Rev. Herbert Williams, curate of Tidcombe and Fosbury, was brought up charged wvith indecent aEsault. It appeared from the statement of the prosecutrix, a respectable girl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilts Quarter Sessions, on Thursday, before Sir John Awdry and other Justices, the Rev. Herbert Wfilliams, curate of Tideombe and Fosbury, was indicted for inde. cently assaulting Maria Beckingham, a girl about 17 years of age, on the 26th November Subscribers-only content

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