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This booklet contains a transcription of some of the many records created by the Alderbury (later Salisbury) Poor Law Union including a Register of Births in the Workhouse covering the period 1866 to 1914, lists of Non-resident Poor, Persons in Respect of whom extra Medical Fees were paid, Lunatic Paupers in Asylums, Cases attended by Midwives, and Paupers relived in the Salisbury Union Workhouse all for the half year ended Lady Day 1896.  Also included are lists of Boarded-Out children between Lady Day 1896 and Michaelmas 1900 and abstracts from the Boarding-Out Committee Minutes between November 1902 and October 1906.  The Alderbury Poor Law Union was formed on 12 October 1835 and comprised the parishes of Alderbury, Britford, Clarendon Park, Coombe Bissett, Downton (including Langley Wood, Redlynch and Standlynch), Fisherton Anger, Homington, Landford (including Earldoms from 1896), Laverstock, Milford, No Man's Land, Nunton with Bodenham, Odstock, Pitton with Farley, Salisbury St. Edmund, Salisbury St. Martin, Salisbury St. Thomas, Stratford Tony, Stratford sub Castle (including Old Sarum), West Dean, West Grimstead (incuding East Grimstead), West Harnham, Whiteparish and Winterslow [all Wiltshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Andover Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1815-1915: Members 1820 & 1840.

In 1820 the Andover Wesleyan Circuit had places of worship at Andover, Hurstbourne, Lower Wallop, Overton, Thruxton, Vernham, Wherwell, Whitchurch and Wildhern [Hampshire] and at Chute, Collingbourne and Laverstock [Wiltshire].  The 1848/9 Preaching Schedule includes St. Mary Bourne [Hampshire] and that of December 1890 includes Clanville, Dunley and Longparish [all Hampshire].

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This booklet contains some of the many records created by the Chippenham Poor Law Union including a Register of Births in the Workhouse covering the period 1866 to 1914, extracts from the Guardians' Minute Book for the year 1836, a List of Paupers relieved in the Workhouse during the half year ended Michaelmas 1869, lists of Children in the Workhouse fit for Service for the years 1869, 1874 and 1879, lists of Non-resident Poor for the years 1884 and 1889, lists of Children in Homes, Schools and Institutions for the years 1891 and 1901, a list of Paupers Maintained in Institutions and Certified Schools for the year ended 1912, and a list of Children Boarded Out within the Union for the same time period.  The Chippenham Poor Law Union was formed on 1st December 1835 and comprised the parishes of Biddestone St. Nicholas, Biddestone St. Peter, Box, Castle Combe, Chippenham, Christian Malford, Colerne, Corsham, Ditteridge, Draycot Cerne, Grittleton, Hardenhuish, Kington Langley, Kington St. Michael, Lacock, Langley Burrell, Leigh Delamere, Littleton Drew, Nettleton, North Wraxall, Pewsham, Seagry, Slaughterford, Stanton St. Quintin, Sutton Benger, Tytherton Kellaways, West Kington and Yatton Keynell [all Wiltshire].     

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FULL TITLE:  Cirencester Registration District - Marriage Notice Book Volume One - 1837-1856.

The Act which introduced civil registration in 1837 specified that any couple who were not marrying in the Church of England by banns or licence were to give notice of their intended marriage at their local Register Office.  This booklet contains a transcription of the entries of intended marriage notified to the Cirencester Registration District which included Ampney Crucis, Ampney St. Mary or Ashbrook, Ampney St. Peter or Easington, Badgington, Barnsley, Baunton, Brimpsfield, Cirencester, Coates, Colesbourne, Daglingworth, Down Ampney, Driffield, Duntisborne Abbotts, Duntisborne Rouse, Edgeworth, Elkstone, Fairford, Harnhill, Hatherop, Kempsford, Meysey Hampton, North Cerney, Poulton, Preston, Quenington, Rendcombe, Rodmarton, Sapperton, Siddington, Side or Syde, South Cerney, Stratton and Winstone [all Gloucestershire], and Kemble, Marston Meysey, Poole Keynes, Shorncote and Somerford Keynes [all Wiltshire].  Information contained within each notice includes the name, age, condition, occupation, residence and length of residency of each party together with the date the notice was given and the church or building in which the marriage was to be solemnised.  Most marriages, but by no means all, were to take place in nonconformist churches or chapels in the surrounding area.  

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FULL TITLE:  Devizes Union - Workhouse Births 1848-1913, Baptisms 1871-1914 and Deaths 1866-1914.

A transcription of the surviving birth, baptism and death registers for the Devizes Poor Law Union.  The Union was formed on 3rd November 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of All Cannings, Alton Barnes, Beeching Stoke, Bishops Cannings, Bromham, Chirton, Devizes St. James (or Southbroom), Devizes St. John, Devizes St. Mary, Earl Stoke, Easterton, Etchilhampton, Great Cheverell, Little Cheverell, Marden, Market Lavington, Patney, Poulshot, Potterne, Rowde, Stanton St. Bernard, Stert, Urchfont, West Lavington and Worton [all Wiltshire].  Fullway [Wiltshire] was added in December 1861. 

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FULL TITLE:  Highworth & Swindon Union - Workhouse Births 1866-1914.

A transcription of the surviving birth register of the Highworth & Swindon Union for the years 1866-1914.  The Highworth & Swindon Poor Law Union was formed on 23rd November 1835 and comprised the parishes of Bishopstone, Blunsdon St. Andrew, Broad Blunsdon, Castle Eaton, Chiseldon (including Draycot Foliat), Hannington, Highworth (including Sevenhampton), Inglesham, Liddington, Little Hinton, Rodbourne Cheney, South Marston, Stanton Fitzwarren, Stratton St. Margaret, Swindon, Wanborough and Wroughton [all Wiltshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Hungerford Primitive Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1869-1937.

A Primitive Methodist Circuit based on West Shefford was formed in 1831 and renamed Newbury Circuit in 1845.  The Hungerford Primitive Methodist Circuit was formed in 1869 with the separation of 414 members from the Newbury Circuit.  The Hungerford Circuit had chapels at Eastbury, East Garston, Hungerford, Kintbury, Lambourne, Shalbourn, Weston in the parish of Welford, and West Shefford [all Berkshire] and at Aldbourne, Bagshot, Froxfield, Little Bedwyn, Ramsbury and Witcha [all Wiltshire].  In both Newbury and Hungerford union with the Wesleyans took place in 1937 and, with dwindling membership in both places, they almagamated in 1971 to form the Newbury and Hungerford Methodist Circuit.

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FULL TITLE:  Hungerford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit Volume One - Baptisms 1810-1880.

The Hungerford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed in 1810 from the Newbury Circuit and had places of worship at Eastbury, East Garston, Hungerford, Hungerford Newtown, Lambourne, Lambourne Woodlands, Shalbourne and Shefford Woodlands [all Berkshire] and at Aldbourne, Baydon, Burbage, Chilton Foliat, Chisbury, Great Bedwyn, Marlborough, Ramsbury, Woodsend and Wilton [all Wiltshire].  In both Newbury and Hungerford union with the Primitive Methodists took place in 1937 and, with dwindling membership in both places, they amalgamated in 1971 to form the Newbury and Hungerford Methodist Circuit.  This volume contains a transcription of the baptismal entries found in the circuit registers for the period 1810 to 1880 inclusive.

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FULL TITLE:  Hungerford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit Volume Two - Baptisms 1881-1937 and Marriages 1886-1897.

The Hungerford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed in 1810 from the Newbury Circuit and had places of worship at Eastbury, East Garston, Hungerford, Hungerford Newtown, Lambourne, Lambourne Woodlands, Shalbourne and Shefford Woodlands [all Berkshire] and at Aldbourne, Baydon, Burbage, Chilton Foliat, Chisbury, Great Bedwyn, Marlborough, Ramsbury, Woodsend and Wilton [all Wiltshire].  In both Newbury and Hungerford union with the Primitive Methodists took place in 1937 and, with dwindling membership in both places, they amalgamated in 1971 to form the Newbury and Hungerford Methodist Circuit.  This volume contains a transcription of the baptismal entries found in the circuit registers for the period 1881 to 1937 inclusive and the marriage entries for the period 1886 to 1897 inclusive .

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FULL TITLE:  Hungerford, Marlborough and Wantage Wesleyan Methodist Circuits - Historic Roll 1899-1904.

The Wesleyan Methodist Historic Roll contains the names and addresses of members who donated a guinea each to the Wesleyan Methodist Million Guinea Fund between the years 1899 and 1904.  Also listed are those loved ones who had either died or moved away and for whom members made additional donations 'In Memoriam'.  This booklet contains a transcription of the pages within the Historic Roll relating to the Hungerford, Marlborough and Wantage Circuits.  The Hungerford Circuit included palces of worship at Eastbury, Hungerford and Lambourn [all Berkshire] and at Chilton Foliat and Ramsbury [ both Wiltshire].  The Marlborough Circuit included places of worship at Axford, Burbage, Easton Royal, Great Bedwyn, Marlborough, Oare, Pewsey, Wilton and Wootton Rivers [all Wiltshire].  The Wantage Circuit included places of worship at Blewbury, Childrey, Didcot, Harwell, Steventon, Wantage and West Hendred [all Berkshire]. 

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FULL TITLE:  Malmesbury Union - Workhouse Deaths 1866-1915.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving death registers for thye Malmesbury Poor Law Union for the period 1866 to 1915.  The Malmesbury Poor Law Union was formed on 4 December 1835 and comprised the parishes of Alderton, Bremhilham, Brinworth, Brokenborough, Charlton, Crudwell, Dauntsey, Easton Grey, Foxley, Garsdon, Great Somerford, Hankerton, Hullavington, Lea and Cleverton, Little Somerford, Luckington, Malmesbury, Minety, Norton, Oaksey, Sherston Magna, Sopworth and Westport St. Mary [all Wiltshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Marlborough Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1838-1913.

The Marlborough Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed from the Hungerford Circuit and had places of worship at Axford, Burbage, Great Bedwyn, Marlborough, Oare, Park, Pewsey, Wilton, Woodsend and Wootton Rivers [all Wiltshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Melksham Union Workhouse Births and Deaths 1878-1915.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Melksham (later Trowbridge & Melksham) Poor Law Union for the period 1878 to 1915.  The Melksham Poor Law Union was formed on 2nd November 1835 and comprised Hilperton, Melksham, Seend, Semington, Trowbridge (including Staverton) and Whaddon [all Wiltshire].  The union was renamed Trowbridge and Melksham Union in 1898. 

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FULL TITLE: Newbury Primitive Methodist Circuit - Volume One - Baptisms 1831-1874.

The Newbury Primitive Methodist Circuit, originally named Shefford Circuit, was formed in 1831 and covered a large area of West Berkshire and North Hampshire. This area was reduced in 1869 by the creation of a separate Hungerford Circuit. This booklet contains a transcription of the entries found in the Circuit Baptisms Registers for the period 1831 to 1874, including residents of Beedon, Boxford, Chaddleworth, Chieveley, Cold Ash, Compton, Eastbury, Hampstead Norreys, Hungerford, Lambourn, Leckhamstead, Newbury, Peasemore, Shefford, Thatcham and Winterbourne [all Berkshire], Ashford Hill, Burghclere, East Woodhay, Ecchinswell, Kingsclere and Plastow Green [all Hampshire] and Aldbourne, Little Bedwin, Ramsbury and Shalbourn [all Wiltshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Salisbury United Methodist Free Church Circuit - Baptisms 1851-1914.

A transcription of the baptisms recorded in the surviving register for the Salisbury United Methodist Free Church Circuit.  Baptisms are recorded in the Milford Street, Salisbury chapel and at Bemerton, Downton, East Grimstead and Winterbourne. 

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