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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Alvediston

    Parishes AlvedistonALVEDISTONAlvediston in 1842 Alvediston parish, 1,026 ha. (2,534 a.) until 1986 , lies at the head of the Ebble valley 15 km. WSW. of Salisbury : 1 12 a. of Berwick St. John parish were transferred to

    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    patronage to the bishop. 236 From 1956 the united benefice was held with Alvediston vicarage. 237 In 1963 the benefice of Ebbesborne Wake with Fifield Bavant and Alvediston was formed, 238 and in 1970 the parishes were united. 239 The

    Cranborne Chase

    ), Norrington ( Alvediston ), Manwood ( Alvediston ), to 'Chettel' Wood' 8 in the east, ran along the Wiltshire side of the county boundary, involving the parishes of Tollard Royal , Berwick St. John , Alvediston , Ebbesborne Wake,

    Chalke hundred

    by the 13th century. 3 By the late 13th century the Chalke estate had been divided into the parishes of Alvediston , Berwick St. John , Ebbesborne Wake, Fifield Bavant , Semley , and Tollard Royal , and a large

    Agriculture 1500-1793

    Alvediston was in severalty, while there were further inclosures of field- and down-land there in the early 18th century. At Fovant about 59 per cent. of the land was already in severalty in 1632 , and here, and at

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