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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes South Newton

    included one through Stoford bottom, one to Chilhampton , and one, later called Kingsway , to Burden's Ball. 32 Kingsway , which linked the villages of the Avon valley to Wilton , and the road through Stoford bottom were metalled

    Parishes Halse

    an apparently detached position south-east of the vill age. 10 The house called Lower Stoford , 1 km. north-east of the village, represents the hamlet of Stoford , established by the end of the 13th century at the 10th-century crossing-place

    Parishes Great Wishford

    Wilton and Warminster linking the villages on the right bank of the Wylye . From it a road led across Stoford bridge 11 to the road on the left bank, which became a trunk road in the 20th century. In

    Broomfield Manors and other estates

    quarter share to John of Stoford and his wife Alice. 58 In 1344 the manor was held by Robert of Lydgate , Herbert of Flinton , husband of Cecily de la Linde, John of Stoford , and Robert Dallingrigge, probably

    Branch and Dole hundred

    Hanging Langford but not Bathampton which was in Heytesbury hundred, in South Newton parish South Newton , Little Wishford , Stoford , Chilhampton , North Ugford , and possibly Burden's Ball, in Wilton parish most of Ditchampton , and in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last Friday) and L. Gimbel', Aldermanbury, City, stationers. [Buchanan, Basimghall street.-A. J. kyt n, Stoford, Wiltshire, cattle dealer. [Bothamley and Freeman, Coleman streer E. Sabel, ColetnlnslreetCitty.merhoant. [Liswrance end Co., Old Jewry chal~rS'~V B.Godon Rg.~t sret, oser. [EdmundsSt Bride's avenue, Foeet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cfae-lifficates to be gr'atle unless rouse he shown to Cthe cantrary en the day of mneeting.-Aprill 8, A. J, .Aycin, Stoford, Wiltshire, cattle dealer- April 5, T. Holland, Fenc' urch street, Oity, tobaero broher-April 12, J. Riths- chil1d. Btrisotl, silversmith-April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lsast Niyit's Gazette.) HENRY HOLM1ES WOODFULL (and not Woodfall, as prevsiously advertised,) and LOWEN GIMBER, London, stationers. ABRAHAM JACOB AYTON, Stoford, Wilts, cattle dealer. EPHRAIMI STABEL, London, eserchant. WILLIAM BERTRAM GORDON, Regent Street, hosoer. MARCO FERNANDEZ, London, importer of foreign Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 2, at Basinghall Street. Sol., Ilnchaina, Basinghall Street; of. aaosg., Bell, Coleman Stret tBuildinge. ABRAHAM JACOB AYONe, Stoford, Wiltahire, cattle dealer, Feb. 4 and March 6, at 12, at Basinghall Street. SolS,, Bothamley and Freeman, Coleman Street;, off. aoig., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suppubrted b 'bArl' }I'atlett, Inad opp'osed by MIr. James ;Wa~ker.: Adjojruied fdr a iibth for amendmint'O .peti. tion.-bbn' Mao)n, latt'of Stoford 'keet, WOeverhaNMp. tion, The bankript '*va, suppbtted' by Mr. Younk, 6f thei Oxford Circuit (iintri ted by Mr. 'Umborl, Subscribers-only content

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