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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Newnton

    or three small farms in the tithing. 156 Farming in Newnton and Hilcott in the period 1840-1917 was dominated by Cuttenham, Hilcott , Butts , and Falkner's farms. Hilcott farm, some 200 a. in 1867 , was leased with Cuttenham

    Parishes Beechingstoke

    settlement known as Piccadilly lies 1/4 mile east. Broad Street , a hamlet strung out along the secondary road from Hilcott (in North Newnton ) to Woodborough , marks the probable course of the Ridge Way and stands about a

    Swanborough hundred

    St . Bernard, Alton Barnes , Woodborough , Draycot Fitz Payne , Oare , Manningford Abbots , North Newnton , Hilcott , Beechingstoke , Rushall , and Charlton . 25 Marden , which was not present, had had a view

    Parishes Charlton

    The lane which in 1972 led north-west from the Street to Charlton Manor formerly continued northwards towards North Newnton and Hilcott . Another lane branched off it and ran westwards along the northern parish boundary to Wilsford . 15 The

    Poll-Tax payers of 1377

    /38/2 **Cannings, Bishop's 74 /38/14 ** Chittoe 36 /38/7 Easton . See Bourton . **Highway (in Hilmarton ) 24 /38/5 Hilcott 19 47 /38/1 ** Horton (in Bishop's Cannings) 103 /38/10 ** Nursteed (in Roundway ) 23 /33/9 ** Roundway

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her. Medi- cal aid was immediately sent for, and the poor woman still lies in a very precarious state. Superintendam Hilcott, ofthe County of Gloucester po- lice, immediately set an inquiry on foot, and from Mrs. Hunt's description Serjeant Ireland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HHcot, Colesbourn otherwise Colesbourne, Rapsgate, Eikstone or Elkston, Cockleford. Miserdeu, SiJe, Brimsfield, Combeud, Cowley, Stockwell, Birdlip, Crunham, Upper Cowley, Upper Hilcott, Lower Hillcot, Cubberley otherwise Coberley, Upper Cubberley or Co- br-rley otherwise Pinswell, Lower Cubberley or Coberley, Dowdeswell, Ssndywell otherwise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hilcot, Colesboun. otherwise Colesbourue, Rapt-gate, Elkstone or Elkston, Cot-kleford, Miserden, Side, Brimsfield, Combend, Cowley. Stockwell, Birdlip, Crunbam, Upper Cowley. Upper Hilcott, Lower Hilleot. Cubberley otherwise Coberley, Upper Cubberley or Co- berley otherwise Pinswell, Lower Cubberley or Coberley, Dowdeswell, Sandywell otherwise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colesbouru otherwise Colesbourue, Rapsgate, Elkstone or Elkston, Cockleford, Miserden, Side. Brimsfield, Combend, Cowley, Stockwell, Birdlip, ' Crunbam, Upper Cowley, Upper Hilcott, Lower Hilleot, ■ Cubberley otherwise Coberley, Upper Cubberley or Co* berley otherwise Pinswell, Lower Cubberley or Coberley, Dowdeswell, Sandywell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. Pancras, in the borough of Marylebone. Female inhabitants of Devizes. Inhabitants of Beechingstoke, Wilts. Inhabitants of Maningford and Hilcott, Wilts. Inhabitants of All Cannings, Etchelampton, and Stert, Inhabitants of Seend Bulkington, Pulshot, and Keevil, Wilts. Inhabitants of Devizes. Subscribers-only content

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