A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 4. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1959.
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TABLE OF POPULATION 1801 to 1951
The population table printed below follows the pattern of that published in the History of Leicestershire. (fn. 1) It shows the population of every area mentioned as a parish or as a distinct part of a parish for civil administrative purposes in any Census Report between 1801 and 1951, and that of the more important of the other local government areas for which totals have been struck. (fn. 2) The administrative areas chosen for inclusion are ancient counties (1801–1901) and administrative counties (1891– 1951), hundreds (1801–81), urban and rural districts (1881–1951), boroughs (1801–41) and municipal boroughs (1851–1951), ancient parishes (1801–71), townships, chapelries, &c. (1801–71), and civil parishes (1881–1951). The population is always expressed for the area as constituted at the date of the census concerned, except in certain cases where, however, the fact is always noted. The choice of these areas, and the dates at which each is given, has depended upon a series of alterations made in the 19th century in the conduct and areas of local government. (fn. 3)
Counties. The boundaries of the ancient county (fn. 4) were altered in 1844, (fn. 5) when detached parts of Shinfield ancient parish (A.P)., Swallowfield A.P., and Wokingham A.P., together with the liberty of Broad Hinton, were transferred from Wiltshire to Berkshire, and a detached part of Inglesham was transferred from Berkshire to Wiltshire. The whole of Kingswood A.P. and Poulton A.P. were transferred to Gloucestershire, in which they were locally situated, and the whole of Minety A.P. was transferred from Gloucestershire to Wiltshire. These changes had already been made for parliamentary purposes in 1832. Under the Divided Parishes Acts, 1876–82, changes were made in parish boundaries as a result of which the Wiltshire part of Coleshill civil parish (C.P.) was transferred to Inglesham C.P. in 1881, and the Hampshire part of West Dean C.P. was transferred to West Tytherley C.P. (Hants) in 1883, so that fewer parishes were divided by the county boundary. The Local Government Act of 1888 created administrative counties: in the case of Wiltshire, the administrative county was identical with the ancient county until further adjustments of the administrative county boundaries were made under the Local Government Act of 1894. This Act made possible changes in county boundaries to conform with those of civil parishes and rural districts. Wiltshire gained parts of Maiden Bradley and Stourton from Somerset, but lost the parishes of East Bramshaw, Martin, Melchet Park, Plaitford, South Damerham, Toyd Farm with Allenford, West Wellow, and Whitsbury to Hampshire. The Berkshire part of Chilton Foliat C.P. was transferred to Hungerford C.P. Further changes in the county boundaries were made by three local Acts. In 1895 (fn. 6) the part of Hungerford C.P. in Wiltshire was transferred to Berkshire and the part of Shalbourne C.P. in Berkshire was transferred to Wiltshire. The following year (fn. 7) the whole of Kilmington C.P. was transferred from Somerset to Wiltshire, and Kemble C.P., Poole Keynes C.P., and Somerford Keynes C.P. (in which was included Shorncote A.P.) were transferred from Wiltshire to Gloucestershire. (fn. 8) Finally, Wiltshire was affected by changes made under the Local Government Act of 1929, as a result of which Ashley C.P. and Long Newnton C.P. were transferred to Gloucestershire in 1930.
Hundreds were included in all the Census Reports until 1881. The constituent parishes of hundreds in 1831 are shown on pp. 326–30 with notes to show differences 1801–21 and 1841. From 1851 to 1881 the Census Reports give the total population of the hundreds but do not show their constituent parishes.
Urban and rural districts. These appeared first as urban and rural sanitary districts under the Public Health Act of 1872. These districts were based upon the poor law unions: the rural sanitary districts comprised the remainder of the unions after the urban sanitary districts had been taken out. (fn. 9) In the case of Devizes, Marlborough, and Salisbury, the urban sanitary district was coextensive with the municipal borough, but although the urban sanitary districts of Calne and Chippenham were administered by the existing town councils, they comprised a larger area than the municipal boroughs of Calne and Chippenham. In 1889, however, the boundaries of these two municipal boroughs were enlarged to correspond with those of the urban sanitary districts. The functions of a sanitary authority became an automatic part of all town councils' responsibilities, and the term 'urban sanitary district' became redundant as far as the municipal boroughs were concerned. The Local Government Act of 1894 changed the rural sanitary districts, and those urban sanitary districts which were not in municipal boroughs, into rural and urban districts respectively. This Act and the Local Government Act of 1929 authorized changes in the number and areas of the districts.
The constituent civil parishes of urban districts are grouped in the population table under the urban districts, since these form compact and administratively unified areas: in many cases the civil parishes have been united to form one parish coextensive with the urban district. Where changes in boundaries of urban districts are mentioned in the Census Reports, they have been shown in the notes to the population table. Where the date of the district's formation is not mentioned, it may be assumed to have been formed under the Act of 1872.
The constituent civil parishes of rural districts are shown on pp. 331–8, where a brief history of each district as an area is also given. Changes in the boundaries of rural districts have been so frequent and complex that it has not been possible to express them in the notes to the population table, and apparently large changes in the population of rural districts must be considered with caution. Since changes which involved the transference or amalgamation of whole parishes are shown in the list on pp. 331–8, reference to this list makes possible a rough comparison of population at different dates, but for exact comparison the figures and notes for each constituent parish should also be consulted.
Boroughs and municipal boroughs. The subdivision of boroughs into municipal and parliamentary was made necessary by the Reform Act of 1832, which took away parliamentary representation from some boroughs, created boroughs with parliamentary status, and altered the parliamentary limits of others. The Municipal Corporations Act of 1835 confirmed the position of five Wiltshire municipal boroughs but deprived the other ancient boroughs of their charters. Of the five municipal boroughs, Calne and Marlborough included the same area as the ancient boroughs; Devizes and Salisbury were larger than the ancient boroughs; and only Chippenham was smaller. Two of the boroughs deprived of their charters, Wilton and Malmesbury, were reincorporated in 1885 and 1886 respectively. It is possible for new municipal boroughs to be created, and Swindon was granted a charter of incorporation in 1899. No county boroughs lie in Wiltshire.
Parishes. The bulk of the figures in the population table relate to parishes or parts of parishes, and the alteration in the boundaries and status of parishes are the most important factors influencing the form of the table. (fn. 10) Where ancient parishes were subdivided into chapelries, hamlets, or townships with recognizable boundaries, their population was often given in the early Census Reports, though these areas were not regularly returned. The Census Report of 1841 was much the fullest in this respect.
An ancient parish divided between two or more hundreds is entered only once in the table, with the total population of all its parts together. The distribution of the parts, however, is shown in the table of hundreds (see pp. 326–30).
In 1871 areas which levied their own poor rates, whether ancient parishes or not, were renamed civil parishes, but the grouping under ancient parishes was retained in the Census Reports until 1881, although ancient parishes as such had no civil significance by then. For the purpose of this table it has been found best to make the change between 1871 and 1881. The Census Reports, hampered by the complicated administrative and historical background, make no clear division between the old and new systems, and this date is convenient since the urban and rural districts first appear in the 1881 Census Report, and the new grouping under urban districts can, where necessary, follow upon grouping under ancient parishes. The component parts of ancient parishes, there fore, are grouped in the table under the ancient parishes until 1871, while from 1881 each civil parish has a separate entry unless it was part of an urban district. Cross-references and notes make it possible to trace these changes in each case.
The boundaries of parishes have undergone changes at many times. In 1857 (fn. 11) extra-parochial places were made into parishes for poor-relief purposes, unless they were very small, in which case, if the owners and occupiers of two-thirds of the land consented, they were annexed to an adjoining parish. In 1868 (fn. 12) any extra-parochial place which had by chance evaded the provisions of this Act was joined to the civil parish with which it had the longest common boundary. The Divided Parishes Acts of 1876, 1879, and 1882 provided for the annexation of detached or nearly detached parts of civil parishes to one or more of the surrounding civil parishes. The Local Government Act of 1888 permitted the alteration of civil parish boundaries and the amalgamation of civil parishes by Local Government Board orders. Under the Local Government Act of 1894 a civil parish divided between two urban districts or between an urban and a rural district became two separate civil parishes. The overlapping of local government boundaries before this was so great that it has been found necessary to make duplicate entries in some cases to show the population of entire civil parishes as well as of their component parts in various districts.
Place-names. The spelling of place-names follows that in the Ordnance Survey maps. The names of obsolete areas are given in the form they took in their last occurrence under the relevant status in the Census Reports. Occasional variants are not mentioned unless they reflect boundary changes.
Census Reports. The population table is based almost solely upon the information given in the Census Reports. From 1801 to 1831 the returns were usually made by the parish overseers, more than one day was allowed for enumeration, and the army (including the militia), navy, seamen in registered shipping, and convicts in the hulks were omitted. From 1841 the conduct of the census passed to the General Register Office, the enumeration was more strictly completed on the fixed day, and members of the classes formerly excluded from the returns were included in the parishes in which they happened to pass the night of the census. The dates of the censuses were: (fn. 13)
10 March 18011
27 May 1811
28 May 1821
30 May 1831
6 June 1841
30 March 1851
7 April 1861
2 April 1871
3 April 1881
5 April 1891
31 March 1901
2 April 1911
19 June 1921
26 April 1931
8 April 1951
The notes and commentary. Changes in boundaries and comments on extraordinary changes in administrative status are shown in the notes on each page of the table. These notes do not purport to supply a complete list of such changes: all changes recorded in the Census Reports are included in the notes, except those involving very small areas with no population, but the Census Reports do not apparently give particulars of every change. It is improbable, however, that any changes of importance are omitted.
The explanations in the Census Reports of the reasons for particular changes in population, excluding boundary changes, and the comments on the occupations or condition of persons have been formed into a separate commentary (see below, pp. 318–26), where their chronological arrangement makes it more possible to trace social and economic tendencies in the county as a whole. An asterisk (*) placed by the relevant figure in the table indicates the existence of such a note.
Acreages. The acreages of parishes, though included in population tables in earlier volumes of the Victoria County History, have been excluded from the present table. Acreages were first expressed in the Census Reports in 1831, when they were calculated on a system devised by John Rickman. Some were corrected in 1851 from information derived from Tithe Commission records and Ordnance Survey maps. (fn. 14) Later, at dates varying from one parish to another, these figures were again amended from information received from the Ordnance Survey Department. After 1881 changes in boundaries which made any important difference to areas were explained in the Census Reports and the explanations have been copied in the notes to this table. Small changes were apparently not always notified and the assessment of areas seems sometimes to have varied slightly. It would therefore be difficult to choose a date for which areas could be given with equal certainty for all parishes. To supply all the different assessments given in the Census Reports would add greatly to the complexity of the table.
The notes in the Census Reports which either explain changes in population not caused by boundary alterations, or comment upon the occupations or condition of the population, are listed below. The notes occur with varying frequency and seem to follow no particular plan. The presence of a note of this nature relating to any return is indicated in the Population Table by an asterisk.
Wiltshire. The population of the gaols was not included in that of the county.
Wiltshire. The population of the county included the Third Regiment of Local Militia (numbering 911 including the officers) and the Fifth Regiment of Local Militia (numbering 751 including the officers), which were assembled for 14 days' exercise on 17 May 1811.
Cricklade St. Sampson. Temporary increase attributed to workmen employed in constructing a canal.
Ashton, Steeple. Increase attributed to the inclosure of common land.
Hilperton. Increase attributed to the growth of woollen manufacture.
Horningsham. Included one man over 100 years old.
Kingswood. The flourishing state of fine woollen manufacture attracted many strangers: marriages, population, and children finding profitable employment were much increased.
Marlborough, St. Mary. The staff of the Wiltshire Militia were quartered in this parish and their families crowded the cottages.
Marlborough, St. Peter and St. Paul. Many labourers who worked in the neighbouring parishes resided in this parish in order to evade parochial settlement where they worked.
Melchet Park. The manor house was not inhabited in May 1821.
Melksham. Increase partly attributed to the discovery of a saline spring.
Trowbridge. Increase attributed to the growth of woollen manufacture.
Wellow, West. Increase attributed to the inclosure of common land.
Wilton. The woollen trade was not prosperous and many workmen previously employed in woollen manufacture were employed in Lord Pembroke's Park and in making roads and other alterations about the town.
Box. 60 labourers were employed in stone quarries and road construction.
Boyton. Increase attributed to the 'evil effects' of the Poor Law, which in all cases provided for married men.
Bradford, Great. 105 labourers were employed in the stone quarries in the tithing of Winsley. The decrease in the population in the chapelry of South Wraxall was attributed to the removal of a school.
Corsley. Population had increased despite the emigration of 200 persons to America.
Deverill, Longbridge. Over 100 persons had emigrated to America since 1821.
Downton. Increase attributed to 'early and improvident' marriages.
Keevil. Decrease in the population of the township of Bulkington attributed to the closing of a cloth factory.
Lavington, West or Bishop's. Increase attributed to the Poor Laws because they encouraged 'early and improvident' marriages in order to obtain the married allowance.
Westwood. Decrease attributed to the absence of a large family and the scarcity of employment.
Wilton. Decrease attributed to the closing down of a factory.
Alderbury. The return for the tithing of Farley included 33 persons in Farley hospital.
Amesbury. Included 106 persons in Amesbury Union Workhouse.
Ashton, Steeple. The return for the chapelry of Semington included 179 persons in Melksham Union Workhouse.
Bedwyn, Great. Included 5 persons living on barges.
Bishopstone (S.). Decrease attributed to emigration and the demolition of several houses.
Blackland. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Box. Included 49 persons in Kingsdown House Lunatic Asylum and 149 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Bradford, Great. Included 47 persons living on barges.
Bremhill. Included 30 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Brinkworth. Included 235 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Britford. The return for the tithing of East Harnham included 90 persons in Alderbury Union Workhouse.
Brokenborough. Included 131 persons in Malmesbury Union Workhouse.
Calne. Included 98 persons in the Calne Union Workhouse, 11 persons in a private lunatic asylum, and 11 persons living in barns.
Calne, Blackland, Cherhill, Compton Bassett, and Highway. Calne was growing at the expense of the surrounding parishes.
Cannings, Bishop's. The return for the chapelry of St. James or Southbroom included 154 persons in Devizes Union Workhouse and 90 persons in a private lunatic asylum.
Cherhill. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Chippenham. Included 84 persons in Chippenham Union Workhouse, 15 persons living on barges, 45 persons living in barns, and 315 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Chirton. Included 6 persons living in barns.
Christian Malford. Included about 150 labourers on the Gt. Western Railway.
Chute. 5 persons had emigrated since 31 Dec. 1840.
Colerne. Included 66 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Compton Bassett. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Corsham. Included 52 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway and 6 persons living in barns.
Cricklade. Temporary increase attributed to labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Deverill, Longbridge. 17 persons had emigrated to America since 31 Dec. 1840.
Devizes, St. John. Included 187 persons in the New Prison.
Easton. 24 persons attending the annual fair were living in barns and tents.
Figheldean. 5 persons had emigrated since 31 Dec. 1840.
Fisherton Anger. Included 96 persons in Salisbury Infirmary, 94 persons in Fisherton Anger Lunatic Asylum, and 73 in the county gaol.
Fittleton. Included 15 persons living in tents.
Fonthill Gifford. Included 11 persons in a private lunatic asylum.
Froxfield. Included 85 persons living in the Duchess of Somerset's Almshouses.
Grittleton. Decrease attributed to unusually high mortality and the demolition of several houses.
Harnham, West. 10 persons had emigrated since 31 Dec. 1840.
Highway. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Highworth. The return for the chapelry of South Marston included 5 persons living on barges and that for the tithing of Westrop included 125 persons in the Highworth and Swindon Union Workhouse.
Hindon. Decrease attributed to emigration and the demolition of several houses.
Idmiston. Included 9 persons living in barns.
Keevil. The return for the tithing of Bulkington included 5 gipsies living in tents.
Kemble. Included 21 persons living in barns and tents.
Kingswood. Included 80 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway. 8 persons had emigrated since 31 Dec. 1840.
Lacock. Many labourers were employed on the Gt. Western Railway. Included 136 persons in Lacock Workhouse.
Langley Burrell. Included 18 persons living in barns and tents.
Laverstock and Ford. Included 160 persons in Laverstock private lunatic asylum.
Lavington, Market. The return for the tithing of Easterton included 10 persons living in tents. Easterton supported its own poor.
Lavington, West. Included 185 persons in a private lunatic asylum.
Lydiard Millicent. Included 56 labourers employed on the Cheltenham and Gloucester Railway.
Lydiard Tregoze. Included 'many' labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Lyneham. Included 179 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Marlborough, St. Peter and St. Paul. Included 47 persons in the Bridewell.
Marston Meysey. Included 7 gipsies living in tents.
Mere. Included 104 persons in Mere Union Workhouse.
Newton, South. Included 121 persons in Wilton Union Workhouse.
Oaksey. Included 46 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Pewsey. Included 69 persons in Pewsey Union Workhouse.
Preshute. Included 103 persons in Marlborough Union Workhouse.
Purton. Included 75 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway and 76 persons in Cricklade and Wootten Bassett Union Workhouse.
Rodbourne Cheney. Included 125 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Salisbury, St. Thomas. Included 124 persons in the City of Salisbury Workhouse.
Salisbury, Canons' Close. Included 26 persons in St. Nicholas's Hospital.
Stanton St. Bernard. Included 6 persons living on barges.
Stratton St. Margaret. Included 289 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway, and their families.
Sutton Benger. Increase attributed to labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Sutton Veny. 7 persons had emigrated since 31 Dec. 1840.
Swindon. Included 507 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Tockenham. Included 'many' labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Trowbridge. Included 9 persons living on barges, and 43 soldiers and 30 civilians living in Trowbridge Barracks.
Wardour. Included 74 persons in Tisbury Union Workhouse.
Warminster. Included 96 persons in Warminster Workhouse.
Wellow, West. As there was no church, the inhabitants attended the church at East Wellow.
Westbury. Included 134 persons in the Westbury and Whorwellsdown Union Workhouse.
Westwood. Included 220 persons in Bradford Union Workhouse and 5 gipsies living in tents.
Winterslow. Included 6 persons living in barns or tents.
Wootton Bassett. Included 800 labourers employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Wroughton. Included 220 labourers temporarily employed on the Gt. Western Railway.
Alderbury. The return for the chapelries of Farley and Pitton included 28 persons in Farley Hospital.
Amesbury. Included 83 persons in Amesbury Union Workhouse.
Ashton, Steeple. The return for the chapelry of Semington included 192 persons in the Melksham Union Workhouse. Decrease in Steeple Ashton and Great Hinton attributed to emigration, and migration to Wales in search of employment at the iron works.
Baverstock. Several of the family and servants at Hurdcott House were absent.
Blackland. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Box. Included 42 persons in Kingsdown House Lunatic Asylum.
Bradford, Great. Decrease attributed to a depression in the woollen trade; this had caused emigration. A stone quarry at Winsley had almost ceased work.
Britford. Included 145 persons in Alderbury Union Workhouse.
Brokenborough. Included 160 persons in Malmesbury Union Workhouse.
Calne. Included 159 persons in the Calne Union Workhouse. Many persons had emigrated.
Calne, Blackland, Cherhill, Compton Bassett, and Highway. Calne was growing at the expense of the surrounding parishes.
Cannings, Bishop's. The return for the chapelry of St. James or Southbroom included 219 persons in Devizes Union Workhouse, and 175 persons in a private lunatic asylum. Increase in this chapelry was attributed to extension of building.
Cherhill. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Cheverell, Great and Cheverell, Little. Decrease attributed to emigration caused by a depression of agriculture and low wages throughout the whole Devizes area.
Chippenham. Included 143 persons in Chippenham Union Workhouse. Decrease attributed to emigration and the completion of the railway.
Combe, Castle. Several cottages had been demolished but some new ones were unoccupied.
Compton Bassett. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Corsley. Decrease attributed to migration to other parishes caused by the closing down of a large cloth factory.
Cricklade, St. Sampson. Many persons had emigrated.
Devizes, St. John. Included 128 persons in the New Prison. Decrease attributed to a large decline in the number of pupils attending four schools in Devizes.
Devizes Union. (Devizes and the constituent parishes of Devizes R.D., see below, p. 333.) Decrease in several parishes due to depression in agriculture, and to emigration.
Edington. Decrease attributed to the 'incorporation' of several small farms.
Eisey. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Farleigh, Monkton. A stone quarry had almost stopped work.
Fisherton Anger. Included 108 persons in Salisbury Infirmary, 244 persons in Fisherton Anger Lunatic Asylum, and 88 people in the county gaol.
Hankerton. Decrease attributed to lack of housing and migration of several families to other parishes.
Hannington. Cottages had been demolished since 1841.
Hardenhuish. Decrease attributed to emigration and the completion of the railway.
Heytesbury. Decrease attributed to a depression in cloth manufacture, emigration, and the absence of a number of scholars who usually attended a school there.
Highway. See comment for Calne, Blackland, &c.
Highworth. The Highworth and Swindon Union Workhouse, which had 125 inmates in 1841, had been moved from the tithing of Westrop to Stratton St. Margaret.
Hindon. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Knoyle, West. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Lacock. Included 113 persons in the Chippenham Union Workhouse. Decrease attributed to removal of temporary workmen present in 1841, and to emigration.
Laverstock and Ford. Included 120 persons in a private lunatic asylum.
Lavington, West. Included 193 persons in a private lunatic asylum.
Lea and Cleverton. Decrease attributed to migration to other parishes because of lack of housing.
Leigh Delamere. Decrease attributed to the demolition of cottages, but in fact some new ones were unoccupied.
Maddington. Decrease attributed to migration to other parishes in search of work.
Melksham. Decrease attributed to emigration and a depression in the cloth trade.
Mere. Included 52 persons in the Mere Union Workhouse.
Newton, South. Included 117 persons in Wilton Union Workhouse.
Pewsey. Included 122 persons in Pewsey Union Workhouse.
Preshute. Included 99 persons in Marlborough Union Workhouse.
Purton. Included 102 persons in Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Union Workhouse.
Salisbury, St. Thomas and St. Edmund. The former included 150 persons in the City of Salisbury Workhouse. Decrease in both parishes attributed to heavy mortality from cholera in 1849, and the closing of an iron foundry.
Salisbury, Canons' Close. Included 21 persons in St. Nicholas Hospital.
Slaughterford. Two paper-mills had closed down since 1841.
Somerford, Little. Decrease attributed to migration to other parishes because of lack of housing.
Stratton St. Margaret. Included 286 persons in the Highworth and Swindon Workhouse, which had been transferred from Highworth to Stratton St. Margaret.
Swindon. Increase attributed to the establishment of the railway station.
Trowbridge. Included 68 militia in Barracks.
Urchfont. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Wardour. Included 97 persons in Tisbury Union Workhouse.
Warminster. Included 155 persons in Warminster Union Workhouse.
Westbury. Included 214 persons in Westbury and Whorwellsdown Union Workhouse. Decrease in the total population attributed to emigration caused by a decline in the wool trade.
Westwood. Included 249 persons in Bradford Union Workhouse.
N.B. From 1861 the notes to the main population table seldom contain information about persons in workhouses and other public institutions. Separate tables supply these figures in the Census Reports, and no attempt has been made to include this information in these notes.
Alderbury. Decrease attributed to emigration and migration to the towns in search of employment.
All Cannings. See comment for 1871.
Ansty and Barford St. Martin. Decrease attributed to emigration and migration to other parishes.
Barford St. Martin. See comment for Ansty.
Blackland and Calne. Some of the inhabitants had moved from Blackland to Calne.
Bradford, Great. Depression in the woollen trade had caused emigration. Some houses had been demolished.
Bradley, Maiden. Decrease attributed to lack of accommodation for the poorer classes.
Bromham. The installation of machinery in place of hand-looms had caused unemployment and emigration. Some houses had been demolished.
Calne. See comment for Blackland.
Cannings, Bishop's. Decrease attributed to young men having entered the army.
Chippenham. The workhouse had been moved from Lacock to Chippenham.
Chirton. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Coombe Bissett. Decrease attributed to migration to the large towns.
Corsley. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Deverill, Longbridge. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Donhead St. Mary. Decrease attributed to emigration and migration to other parishes.
Eaton, Castle. Many of the young people were migrating to the towns.
Edington and Keevil. Decrease attributed to emigration to New South Wales and migration to the mining districts.
Figheldean. Decrease partly attributed to the use of machinery in agriculture.
Fisherton Anger. Increase attributed to the opening of the railway.
Fugglestone St. Peter. Increase attributed to the sale in lots of the Bemerton manor lands; because of the favourable position between Salisbury and Wilton, houses were quickly built and tenanted.
Highworth. Decrease in the population of the tithings of Eastrop and Westrop and the chapelry of Broad Blunsdon attributed to the migration of young people to the towns.
Hilperton. Decrease attributed to the installation of power-looms in place of hand-looms in the manufacture of cloth.
Hindon. Decrease attributed to migration to other parishes caused by unemployment.
Imber and Knook. Decrease attributed to migration of several families to other parishes and the entrance of young men into the army.
Keevil. See comment for Edington.
Knook. See comment for Imber.
Lacock. Decrease attributed to the removal of the Workhouse from Lacock to Chippenham.
Langley. Burrell. Increase attributed to the erection of a large number of houses on the part of the parish adjoining Chippenham.
Laverstock and Ford. Decrease attributed to emigration and a reduction in the number of persons in the lunatic asylum.
Lavington, Market. Decrease attributed to the removal of a machinery works and a foundry.
Lydiard Millicent. Increase attributed to the proximity of this parish to Swindon G.W.R. station.
Melksham. Decrease attributed to diminished employment in clothing and dyeing works.
Patney. A number of families had moved to other parts.
Salisbury, Canons' Close. Increase attributed to additional scholars at a private school, and an institution for training schoolmistresses.
Stapleford. Decrease attributed to the diminishing of road traffic since the opening of the railway.
Westbury. Decrease attributed to the installation of power-looms in place of hand-looms.
Alderbury. Decrease attributed to the migration of young persons to towns, where the wages were higher.
All Cannings. Decrease attributed to migration and the demolition of houses; in the tithing of Etchilhampton the population was less than in 1861 because many labourers employed in the construction of the Berks. & Hants Railway were lodging there temporarily when the 1861 census was taken.
Amesbury. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Baverstock. Decrease attributed to the demolition of dilapidated cottages.
Berwick St. John. Decrease attributed to scarcity of agricultural employment and the consequent migration of young men.
Berwick St. Leonard and Chicklade. Increase attributed to the migration of several farm labourers' families from Chicklade to Berwick St. Leonard.
Blundson St. Andrew. Increase attributed to an enlargement of the establishment of the principal family in the parish.
Box and Corsham. Increase attributed to improved trade at the stone quarries.
Boyton, Heytesbury, Imber, and Knook. Decrease attributed to the demolition of houses and the migration of young persons, chiefly as domestic servants, to the towns.
Bradford, Great. Decrease attributed to the emigration of weavers with their families to the United States.
Bradley, North. Decrease attributed to the migration of families to Trowbridge.
Brinkworth. Increase attributed to the erection of cottages for persons attracted there by the demand for labour.
Brokenborough. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Bromham. Decrease attributed to the demolition of houses on property recently purchased by the Crown; the occupants moved to adjoining places.
Bulford. Decrease attributed partly to the temporary absence of several families, partly to the high rate of mortality among the old people since 1861, and partly to migration.
Burbage, Easton, Manningford Abbots, Pewsey, Wilcot, and Woodborough. Decrease attributed to the fact that the 1861 census was taken when a considerable number of labourers employed in the construction of a railway were temporarily resident.
Burcombe. Decrease attributed to the demolition of dilapidated cottages.
Calne. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Charlton (N.). Decrease attributed to migration.
Cherhill. Decrease attributed to migration.
Cheverell, Little. Decrease attributed to demolition of houses and consequent migration and emigration.
Chicklade. See comment for Berwick St. Leonard.
Chilmark. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Chippenham. Decrease attributed to the closing of an iron-works, previously employing over 200 men; some of these men had emigrated.
Cholderton. Decrease attributed to the temporary absence of a large family.
Codford St. Mary and Codford St. Peter. Decrease attributed to the closing of a large woolstapling business; in Codford St. Mary the position was made worse by the closing of certain training stables.
Combe, Castle. Decrease attributed to migration.
Corsham. See comment for Box.
Deverill, Kingston. Decrease attributed to emigration caused by the use of steam power and machinery in agriculture.
Donhead St. Mary. Decrease attributed to the migration of young people caused by scarcity of agricultural employment.
Downton. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Draycot Cerne. The principal family in the parish were absent at the time of the 1861 census so there has been little real increase.
Easton. See comment for Burbage.
Eisey. Decrease in Eisey itself attributed partly to the demolition of old cottages and partly to the amalgamation of small farms and a consequent drop in the demand for labour. In the tithing of Water Eaton the increase is attributed to the erection of new cottages for farm labourers.
Enford. Decrease in the tithing of Fifield attributed to the migration of young men to large towns.
Erlestoke. Decrease attributed to the demolition of houses and consequent emigration and migration.
Fifield Bavant. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Fisherton Anger. Increase attributed to the development of railway traffic, the erection of houses, and the selection of this parish as a place of residence because of its reputedly healthy climate.
Fugglestone St. Peter. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses or cottages.
Heytesbury. See comment for Boyton.
Highworth. Decrease in the tithings of Eastrop and Westrop attributed to the migration to Swindon of men employed at the G.W.R. works there. Increase in the tithings of South Marston and Broad Blunsdon attributed to the immigration of men employed in the same works.
Hilperton. Increase attributed to the prosperity of cloth manufacture.
Horningsham. Decrease attributed to the demolition of old cottages.
Imber. See comment for Boyton.
Keevil. Decrease attributed to the demolition of old cottages.
Kington, West. Decrease attributed to migration.
Knook. See comment for Boyton.
Lacock. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Lavington, West. Decrease in the tithing of Littleton Pannell attributed to the demolition of houses and consequent migration and emigration.
Lydiard Millicent and Purton. Increase attributed to proximity to Swindon, where there was not sufficient accommodation for the additional number of mechanics employed at the G.W.R. works.
Malmesbury St. Paul. Decrease attributed to emigration; part of the labouring population had emigrated to the oil fields of Ohio.
Manningford Abbots. See comment for Burbage.
Marlborough, St. Peter and St. Paul. Included 229 persons living in Marlborough College; the rest of the college is in Preshute parish.
Mere. Increase attributed to the prosperous state of trade.
Mildenhall. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses.
Minety. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Netherhampton and Wilton. A school containing 39 persons had been moved from Wilton to Netherhampton.
Nettleton. Decrease attributed to migration.
Nunton and Bodenham. Increase attributed to the erection of new houses.
Overton. Decrease in West and East Overton attributed to the demolition of houses; the increase in the tithing of Lockeridge was attributed to the erection of houses.
Pewsey. See comment for Burbage.
Preshute. Included 380 persons living in Marlborough College. Increase of population attributed to a rise in the number of scholars at Marlborough College and a boarding-school; there were also additions to an establishment for training racehorses.
Purton. See comment for Lydiard Millicent.
Rodbourne Cheney. Increase attributed to the immigration of mechanics employed at the G.W.R. works in the neighbouring town of Swindon.
Salisbury. Decrease in the population of the Canons' Close attributed to the closing of certain boarding-schools and the migration of a number of families; decrease in the population of St. Edmund's parish attributed to the absence on vacation of boarders from a school, and a scarcity of visitors at the hotels; the increase of population in St. Martin's parish was attributed to the erection of new houses.
Sherston Magna and Westport St. Mary. Increase attributed to the sale of land and the erection of houses.
Stanton Fitzwarren. Decrease attributed to the migration to Swindon of men employed in the G.W.R. works.
Stanton St. Quintin. Decrease attributed to emigration.
Stratton St. Margaret. Increase attributed to the extension of the G.W.R. works in the neighbouring town of Swindon.
Swallowcliffe. Increase attributed to the occupation of newly erected cottages by families from other parishes.
Tilshead. Decrease attributed to migration.
Tisbury, East, Tisbury, West, and Wardour. Increase in population of West Tisbury attributed to the opening of a new Union Workhouse and the conversion of a range of buildings, formerly an iron foundry, into dwellings. The latter were occupied by families from an overcrowded part of East Tisbury, and the inmates of the new workhouse came from the old workhouse in Wardour.
Trowbridge. Increase attributed to the prosperity of cloth manufacture. A number of families had migrated to Trowbridge from North Bradley.
Wardour. See comment for Tisbury, East.
Warminster. Decrease attributed to the introduction of railway communication which had diverted the traffic connected with the corn market, caused many of the inns to be closed, and induced a large number of sack-carriers and others to seek employment elsewhere.
Westport, St. Mary. See comment for Sherston Magna.
Westwood. Increase attributed to the return of families forced to migrate nearly 20 years before by the demolition of their dwellings.
Whiteparish. Decrease attributed to the migration of young persons to towns in search of higher wages.
Wilcot. See comment for Burbage.
Wilsford (N.). Decrease attributed to the migration of young men to towns.
Wilsford (S.). Increase attributed to the erection of new houses.
Wilton. See comment for Netherhampton.
Winterbourne Stoke. Decrease attributed to the diminished demand for manual labour in agriculture and the preference of young women for domestic service in the towns.
Woodborough. See comment for Burbage.
Wootton Bassett. Increase attributed to the general prosperity of trade and the temporary presence of 13 persons engaged in restoring the parish church, and of 50 persons attending a fair.
Rodbourne Cheney and Stratton St. Margaret. Increase of houses and population attributed to the fact that many of the employees at the G.W.R. works in Swindon resided at Rodbourne Cheney and Stratton St. Margaret.
Swindon. The increase of houses and population was caused by the G.W.R. transferring their carriage works from Wolverhampton and Saltley, their locomotive engine works from Bristol, and other branches of their works, previously carried on at places on the Bristol and Exeter railway, to Swindon.
No comments were given for this year.
Bulford. Included 435 persons employed in the construction of a military camp in which lived another 608 persons.
Hardenhuish. Increase attributed to the opening of a large signal works in Chippenham.
Hullavington. Increase attributed to the presence of workmen engaged in the construction of a new branch railway line.
Langley Burrell. Increase attributed to the opening of a large signal works in Chippenham.
Rodbourne Cheney. Increase attributed to its proximity to the G.W.R. works at Swindon.
Bemerton. Increase attributed to its proximity to the City of Salisbury.
Bulford and Durrington. Increase attributed to the formation of a large military camp.
Durrington. See comment for Bulford.
Hullavington and Nettleton. Decrease attributed to the removal of the workmen employed on the construction of a new railway line in 1901.
Idmiston. Increase attributed to the development of smallholdings.
Ludgershall. Increase attributed to its proximity to the military barracks at North Tidworth.
Netheravon. Increase attributed to the formation of a cavalry training school.
Nettleton. See comment for Hullavington.
Tidworth, North. Increase attributed to the erection of a large military barracks.
Chisledon. Increase attributed to the establishment of a military camp.
Durrington. Increase attributed to the presence of a large number of troops in a military camp at Larkhill.
Figheldean. Increase attributed to the presence of the Netheravon Flying School containing 328 men and 65 women.
Fittleton. Increase attributed to the Netheravon Flying School containing 166 men and 3 women.
Rollestone and Wilsford (S.). Increase attributed to the presence of military camps.
Tidworth, North. Decrease of population attributed to a fall in the number of soldiers in the barracks.
Upavon. Increase attributed to the presence of a Royal Air Force establishment.
Wilsford (S.). See comment for Rollestone.
Amesbury, Chisledon, Durrington, Figheldean, Idmiston, Tilshead, Tidworth, North, and Wilsford (S.). Changes in the population of these parishes were caused by fluctuations in Army and Royal Air Force personnel.
Calne Without, Salisbury (Bemerton and St. Mark's parish), Stratton St. Margaret, Swindon, and Winterbourne Gunner. Increase attributed to residential development.
Marlborough. Decrease attributed to the absence on vacation of the pupils at the college.
Roundway. Increase attributed to a rise in the number of patients in the mental hospital and in the personnel of an army barracks.
Savernake, North. Increase attributed to a rise in the number of patients in the hospital.
No comments were given for this year.
THE HUNDREDS AND THEIR CONSTITUENT PARISHES
This list of the hundreds and their constituent parishes is taken from the Census Report of 1831. Extra-parochial places are included. The footnotes show differences in the constituent parishes of the hundreds in 1801–21 and in 1841. After 1851 the parishes are grouped under registration districts and only the total population of the hundreds is given. Where a parish is divided, the location of the other part of the parish is shown in the footnotes.
Laverstock and Ford (fn. 15)
Hinton, Broad (fn. 16)
Shinfield (part of) (fn. 17)
Swallowfield (part of) (fn. 18)
Wokingham (part of) (fn. 19)
Wingfield with Rowley
Branch and Dole
Berwick St. James
Fugglestone St. Peter
Orcheston St. Mary
Wilton (fn. 20)
Wishford, Great (fn. 21)
Bowood (fn. 22)
Cawdon and Cadworth
Barford St. Martin
Bramshaw (fn. 23)
Grovely Wood (fn. 24)
and from 1841, part of Wilton (i.e. Bulbridge) (fn. 25)
Berwick St. John
Tollard Royal (part of) (fn. 26)
Biddestone St. Nicholas
Biddestone St. Peter
Christian Malford (a small part—i.e. Avon) (fn. 27)
Ditteridge (fn. 28)
Hullavington (part of—i.e. Surrendell) (fn. 29)
Kingswood (fn. 30)
Christian Malford (a large part) (fn. 31)
Kington St. Michael
No Man's Land
Nunton and Bodenham
Berwick St. Leonard
Donhead St. Andrew
Donhead St. Mary
Elstub and Everleigh
Fyfield (fn. 32)
Overton (part of—i.e. Alton Priors with Stowell) (fn. 33)
Chitterne All Saints
Chitterne St. Mary
Codford St. Mary
Codford St. Peter
Imber (part of) (fn. 34)
Orcheston St. George
Tytherington (fn. 35)
Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple
Blunsdon St. Andrew
Cricklade St. Mary
Cricklade St. Sampson
Inglesham (part of) (fn. 36)
Poulton (fn. 37)
Stratton St. Margaret
Hilmarton (part of) (fn. 38)
Chilton Foliat (fn. 39)
Hungerford (part of— i.e. Charnham Street) (fn. 40)
Savernake, South with Brimslade and Cadley
Shalbourne (part of— i.e. Bagshot and Newtown) (fn. 41)
Bremilham (fn. 42)
Hullavington (part of) (fn. 43)
Lea and Cleverton
Stanton St. Quintin
Westport St. Mary
Keevil (part of—i.e. Bulkington) (fn. 44)
Trowbridge (fn. 45)
Bradley, Maiden (a large part of) (fn. 46)
Deverill, Kingston (fn. 47)
Stourton (part of) (fn. 48)
Potterne and Cannings
Ogbourne St. Andrew
Ogbourne St. George
Overton (part of—i.e. West Overton and Lockeridge) (fn. 49)
And from 1841 part of Hilmarton (i.e. Catcomb) (fn. 50)
Imber (part of) (fn. 51)
Stanton St. Bernard
Laverstock and Ford (part of—i.e. Milford and part of Ford) (fn. 52)
Fisherton de la Mere
Keevil (a large part of) (fn. 53)
RURAL DISTRICTS AND THEIR CONSTITUENT CIVIL PARISHES
No attempt has been made in this list to trace changes in the composition of civil parishes or to show what happened to any parish when it ceased to form part of a rural district, unless it became part of another rural district. For such information the population table and its notes should be consulted.
The poor law unions comprised the constituent parishes of the rural districts as shown in this list, together with the urban districts and municipal boroughs geographically situated within the rural districts (see V.C.H. Wilts. v, map on p. 259).
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872, as a rural sanitary district. It was dissolved in 1894 when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Salisbury R.D.
Dean, West—transferred from Stockbridge R.D. (Hants) 1884
Fisherton Anger (the part not in Salisbury M.B.)
Langley Wood—dissolved 1894
Milford (the part not in Salisbury M.B.)
No Man's Land
Nunton and Bodenham
Pitton and Farley
Sarum, Old—dissolved 1894
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Orcheston St. George—dissolved 1934
Orcheston St. Mary—dissolved 1934
Winterbourne Dauntsey—dissolved 1934
Winterbourne Earls—dissolved 1934
Winterbourne Gunner—dissolved 1934
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Andover R.D. lay in Hants, but the Wilts. parishes of Chute, Chute Forest, Ludgershall, and North Tidworth were in this district until transferred to Pewsey R.D. in 1879.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except parts of Bradford Without, Broughton Gifford, and Winsley were transferred to Bradford and Melksham R.D.
Bradford Without—created 1894
Chalfield, Great and Little—dissolved 1885
Freshford—transferred to Bath R.D. (Som.) 1882
Limpley Stoke—created 1894
Wraxall, South—created 1894
Bradford and Melksham R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of almost the whole of Bradford-on-Avon R.D., part of Melksham R.D., and a small part of Trowbridge U.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except part of Calne Without were transferred to Calne and Chippenham R.D.
Calne Without—created 1890
Calstone Wellington—dissolved 1890
Calne and Chippenham R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of almost the whole of Calne R.D., the whole of Chippenham R.D., and a small part of Malmesbury R.D.
Kington St. Michael
Langley Burrell Without
Stanton St. Quintin
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Calne and Chippenham R.D. Many of the parishes were combined at the time of the transfer.
Biddestone St. Nicholas—dissolved 1884
Biddestone St. Peter—dissolved 1884
Draycot Cerne—dissolved 1934
Kington St. Michael
Kington, West—dissolved 1934
Langley Burrell Without
Leigh Delamere—dissolved 1934
Littleton Drew—dissolved 1934
Stanton St. Quintin
Tytherington Kellaways—dissolved 1895
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Cirencester R.D. lay in Glos. but the Wilts. parish of Marston Meysey was in this district until transferred to Cricklade and Wootton Bassett R.D. in 1881. The following Wilts. parishes included in this district were transferred to Glos. in 1894–6.
Cricklade and Wootton Bassett R.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Broad Town—created 1884
Marston Meysey—transferred from Cirencester R.D. (Glos.) 1881
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Allington (N.)—dissolved 1934
Alton Barnes—transferred to Pewsey R.D. 1934 and dissolved: see Alton
Seend—transferred from Melksham R.D. 1934
Stanton St. Bernard
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. Most of this district lay in Berks, but the Wilts. part of the parish of Coleshill was in this district until united with Inglesham C.P. in 1881.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Fordingbridge R.D. lay in Hants, and the following Wilts. parishes included in this district were transferred to Hants under the Local Government Act, 1894.
Toyd Farm with Allenford
Highworth or Swindon R.D.
Known as Swindon R.D. 1881–1901 and Highworth R.D. 1911–51. Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Blunsdon St. Andrew
Draycot Foliat—dissolved 1894
Haydon Wick—created 1928
Hinton, Little—dissolved 1934
Rodbourne Cheney—dissolved 1928
Stratton St. Margaret
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Hungerford R.D. lay in Berks. but until 1894 it included the Wilts. parishes which were then formed into Ramsbury R.D. (q.v.) and the Wilts. part of Hungerford parish, which was transferred to Berks. under the Local Government Act, 1894.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Lea and Cleverton
Malmesbury St. Paul Without
Sherston Magna—dissolved 1896
Sherston Parva—dissolved 1896
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except parts of Mildenhall, North Savernake, and Preshute were transferred to Marlborough and Ramsbury R.D.
Clatford Park—dissolved 1896
Ogbourne St. Andrew
Ogbourne St. George
Overton, Heath—dissolved 1895
Savernake, North—dissolved 1934
Savernake, South, with Brimslade and Cadley— dissolved 1934
Marlborough and Rambury R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of almost the whole of Marlborough R.D. and the whole of Ramsbury R.D.
Ogbourne St. Andrew
Ogbourne St. George
Tidcombe and Fosbury
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except Seend, which was transferred to Devizes R.D., and part of Melksham Without, were transferred to Bradford and Melksham R.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except Kingston Deverill and Monkton Deverill, which were united and transferred to Warminster and Westbury R.D., were transferred to Mere and Tisbury R.D.
Bourton—transferred to Shaftesbury R.D. (Dors.) 1896
Pertwood, Upper—dissolved 1885
Silton—transferred to Shaftesbury R.D. (Dors.) 1896
Mere and Tisbury R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of almost the whole of Mere R.D. and the whole of Tisbury R.D.
Berwick St. John
Berwick St. Leonard
Donhead St. Andrew
Donhead St. Mary
New Forest R.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. Most of New Forest R.D. lay in Hants; the Wilts. parish of Bramshaw was included in this district, until it was dissolved in 1894 and transferred to the parish of East Bramshaw, Hants.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872.
Alton Priors—dissolved 1934
Chute—transferred from Andover R.D. (Hants) 1879
Chute Forest—transferred from Andover R.D. (Hants) 1879
Ludgershall—transferred from Andover R.D. (Hants) 1879
Manningford Abbots—dissolved 1934
Manningford Bohun—dissolved 1934
Manningford Bruce—dissolved 1934
Tidworth, North—transferred from Andover R.D. (Hants) 1879
Formed under the Local Government Act, 1894 out of the Wilts. parishes previously included in Hungerford R.D., the remainder of which lay in Berks. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Marlborough and Ramsbury R.D.
Tidcombe and Fosbury
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Romsey R.D. lay in Hants, and the following Wilts. parishes included in this district were transferred to Hants under the Local Government Act, 1894.
Formed under the Local Government Act, 1894 out of the whole of Alderbury Rural Sanitary District. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Salisbury and Wilton R.D.
Fisherton Anger Without—dissolved 1905
Grimstead, East—dissolved 1934
Grimstead, West—dissolved 1934
Harnham, East—created 1896, dissolved 1904
Harnham, West—dissolved 1934
Laverstock and Ford
Milford Without—dissolved 1904
Morgan's Vale and Woodfalls—created 1923, dissolved 1934
No Man's Land—dissolved 1934
Nunton and Bodenham—dissolved 1934
Pitton and Farley
Standlynch with Charlton All Saints—dissolved 1934
Salisbury and Wilton R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of the whole of Salisbury R.D. and part of Wilton R.D.
Barford St. Martin
Berwick St. James
Laverstock and Ford
Pitton and Farley
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. Most of this district lay in Hants, but the Wilts. part of the parish of West Dean was in this district until transferred to Alderbury R.D. in 1884.
See Highworth or Swindon R.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. The larger part of Tetbury R.D. lay in Glos. and the following Wilts. parishes included in this district were transferred to Glos. in 1930.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Mere and Tisbury R.D.
Berwick St. John
Berwick St. Leonard
Donhead St. Andrew
Donhead St. Mary
Teffont Evias—dissolved 1934
Teffont Magna—dissolved 1934
Tisbury, East—dissolved 1927
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Warminster and Westbury R.D.
Chitterne All Saints—dissolved 1907
Chitterne St. Mary—dissolved 1907
Codford St. Mary—dissolved 1934
Codford St. Peter—dissolved 1934
Deverill, Hill—dissolved 1934
Warminster and Westbury R.D.
Formed in 1934 out of the whole of Warminster R.D. and the whole of Westbury and Whorwellsdown R.D. with small parts of Warminster U.D., Mere R.D., and Wilton R.D.
Westbury and Whorwellsdown R.D.
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes were transferred to Warminster and Westbury R.D.
Dilton Marsh—created 1894
Formed under the Public Health Act, 1872. It was dissolved in 1934, when all its constituent parishes except parts of Bemerton, Burcombe Without, Fisherton de la Mere, Netherhampton, and South Newton were transferred to Salisbury and Wilton R.D.
Barford St. Martin
Bemerton—created 1894, dissolved 1934
Berwick St. James
Fifield Bavant—dissolved 1894
Fisherton de la Mere—dissolved 1934
Fugglestone St. Peter—dissolved 1894
Grovely Wood—dissolved 1934
Langford, Little—dissolved 1934
POPULATION TABLE, 1801–1951
A.p. Ancient Parish
bor. Ancient Borough
C.P. Civil Parish
E.P.P. Extra-parochial Place
M.B. Municipal Borough
R.D. 1872–94, Rural Sanitary District; from 1894, Rural District
U.D. Urban District
U.S.D. Urban Sanitary District
*Indicates note on pp. 318–26.
|Ancient County||185,107 (fn. 54)||193,828 (fn. 54)||222,157 (fn. 54)||240,156 (fn. 54)||258,733 (fn. 54)||254,221 (fn. 55)||249,311||257,177||258,965||264,997||273,869||"||"||"||"|
|Administrative County||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||271,394 (fn. 56)||286,822||292,208||303,373 (fn. 57)||386,692|
|Ablington||Hamlet of Figheldean A.P., q.v.||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Aldbourne A.P. and C.P.||1,280||1,260||1,385||1,418||1,556 (fn. 58)||1,622||1,539||1,513||1,488||1,319||1,117||1,069||980||1,024||1,108 (fn. 59)|
|Alderbury A.P.||898 (fn. 60)||934||1,125||1,323||1,440||1,438||1,334*||1,297*||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Alderbury||430||448||588||690||741||742||697||658||See Alderbury C.P.||"||"||"||"|
|Farley chap.||468||486||229||254||298*||286||637||639||See Pitton and Farley C.P||"||"||"|
|Alderbury C.P.||Part of Alderbury A.P., q.v.||667||678||650||649||731||735||1,029|
|Alderbury R.D.||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||12,433||12,894||See Salisbury R.D.||"||"|
|Alderton A.P. and C.P.||103||153||176||213||183||182||192||172||125||136||218||141||129||107||See Luckington C.P.|
|All Cannings A.P.||705 (fn. 61)||676||749||811||1,148 (fn. 62)||1,109||1,013||942*||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|All Cannings||546||518||603||643||663||649||602||570||See All Cannings C.P.||"||"||"||"|
|Allington tith.||145||148||132||162||188||184||159||167||See Allington C.P.||"||"||"||"|
|Etchilhampton chap.||See Etchilhampton A.P.....||282||258||252||205||See Etchilhampton C.P.||"||"||"||"|
|Fullaway tith.||14||10||14||6||15||18||See Fullaway A.P.||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|ALL Cannings C.P.||Part of All Cannings A.P., q.v...........||493||509||526||423||379||387||438 (fn. 63)|
|Allenford||See Toyd Farm with Allenford||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Allington (N.) C.P. (fn. 64)||Tithing of All Cannings A.P., q.v........||137||96||80||92||55||70||See All Cannings C.P.|
|Allington (S.) A.P. and C.P. (fn. 65)||75||68||64||80||94||88||93||93||84||70||126||207||199||175||307 (fn. 66)|
|Allington||Tithing of Chippenham bor. and A.P., q.v.||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Alton C.P. (fn. 67)||See Alton Barnes A.P. and C.P. and Alton priors C.P.......||306|
|Alton Barnes A.P. and C.P.||83||106||110||138||167||175||177||169||156||143 (fn. 68)||131||151||125||122||See Alton C.P.|
|Alton Priors C.P.||Chapelry of Overton A.P., q.v.......||198||178 (fn. 68)||217||175||182||172|
|Alvediston A.P. and C.P.||217||160||224||239||263||278||267||281||236||195||165||193||157||130||127|
|Amesbury Hundred||4,947 (fn. 69)||5,242||5,886||6,611||7,142||5,389||5,242||5,137||4,943||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Amesbury A.P. and C.P||721||723||810||944||1,171*||1,172*||1,138||1,169*||1,127||981||1,143||1,253||1,530||2,488*||4,235|
|Amesbury, Little ham.||"||"||"||"||65||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Amesbury, Little||Hamlet of Amesbury A.P., q.v.||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"||"|
|Ansty A.P. and C.P.||242||230||327||348||329||367||298*||299||293||247 (fn. 70)||217||227||246||213||163|
|Ashley A.P. and C.P.||75||65||103||99||96||84||90||107||99||80||63||72||86||Transferred to Glos. 1930|
|Ashton Gifford||Township of Codford St. Peter A.P., q.v.|
|Ashton Keynes A.P.||938 (fn. 71)||1,060||1,151||1,182||1,332||1,365||1,382||1,330|
|Ashton Keynes||764||818||888||915||1,033||1,056||1,070||1,004||See Ashton Keynes C.P.|
|Leigh chap.||174 (fn. 71)||242||263||267||299||309||312||326||See Leigh C.P.|
|Ashton Keynas C.P.||Part of Ashton Keynes A.P., q.v.||959||925||867||836||744||774||959|
|Ashton, Steeple A.P.||1,401 (fn. 72)||1,452||1,632*||1,854||1,941||1,857||1,767||1,774|
|Ashton Steeple||618||667||747||848||848||802||776||783||See Ashton, Steeple C.P.|
|Ashton, West tith.||344 (fn. 72)||338||371||374||307||324||314||324||See Ashton, West C.P.|
|Hinton, Great tith.||174 (fn. 72)||181||202||234||216||177||188||210||See Hinton, Great C.P.|
|Littleton (fn. 73) chap.||65 (fn. 72)||68||68||79||86||89||489||457||See Semington C.P.|
|Semington chap.||200 (fn. 72)||198||244||319||484*||465*|
|Ashton, Steeple C.P.||Part of Ashton, Steeple A.P., q.v.||697||705||650 (fn. 74)||668||667||603||1,231|
|Ashton, West C.P.||Tithing of Ashton, Steeple A.P., q.v.||306||302||255||322||277||262||243|
|Atworth C.P.||Chapelry of Bradford, Great A.P., q.v||767 (fn. 75)||768||785||798||750||719|
|Aughton||Tithing of Collingbourne Kingston A.P., q.v.|
|Avebury A.P. and C.P.||689 (fn. 76)||607||688||747||751||768||725||769||725||674||588||636||525||561||576|
|Beckhampton tith.||99 (fn. 76)||155|
|Kennett, West tith.||108|
|Avon (N.) (part of) E.P.P. and C.P.||14||18 (fn. 77)||18||26||19||14||20||20||19||10||See Kellaways C.P.|
|Avon (N.) (part of)||Chaplery of Christian Malford A.P., q.v.|
|Avon (S.)||Tithing of Stratford-sub-Castle A.P., q.v.|
|Axford||Tithing of Ramsbury A.P., q.v.|
|Badbury||Tithing of Chiseldon A.P., q.v|
|Bagshot||Tithing of Shalbourne A.P., q.v.|
|Bapton||Tithing of Fisherton de la Mere A.P., q.v.|
|Barford St. Martin A.P. and C.P.||450||448||560||570||569||609||519*||532||468||514 (fn. 78)||471||468||446||493||487 (fn. 79)|
|Bverstock||136||See Baverstock C.P.|
|Hurdcot ham.||58||See Barford St. Martin C.P.|
|Baverstock C.P.||Part of Baverstock A.P., q.v.||64||56||63||51||43||See Dinton C.P.|
|Baydon A.P. and C.P.||290||294||313||358||335||370||380||355||299||263||232||235||213||226||232 (fn. 80)|
|Bayton||Tithing of Edington A.P., q.v.|
|Beanacre||Tithing of Melksham A.P., q.v.|
|Beckhampton||Tithing of Avebury A.P., q.v.|
|Bedwyn, Great bor., A.P. and C.P.||1,632||1,852||1,928||2,191||2,178*||2,193||2,263||2,068||1,834||1,627||877||880||824||789||847|
|Bedwyn, Great||851 (fn. 81)||1,001|
|Crofton tith.||80||180 (fn. 82)|
|Grafton, East and West tith.||419||See Grafton C.P.|
|Wolfhall tith.||475||(fn. 82)|
|Bedwyn, Little A.P. and C.P.||428||440||504||587||597||591||496||579||500||487||456||505||437||411||403|
|Beechingstoke A.P. and C.P.||174||173||156||187||196||188||180||178||167||161||156||157||151||137||183|
|Bemerton C.P.||Chapelry of Fugglestone St. Peter A.P., q.v.||1,224 (fn. 83)||1,834*||2,179||418 (fn. 84)||(fn. 85)|
|Berwick Bassett A.P. and C.P.||158||133||162||164||175||203||171||138||134||165||108||74||92||105||66|
|Berwick St. James A.P. and C.P.||226||224||227||232||247||294||252||244||189||191||176||173||133||133||173|
|Berwick St. John A.P. and C.P.||357||375||386||425||419||482||499||444*||385||428 (fn. 86)||352||368||327||339||317|
|Berwick St. Leonard A.P. and C.P.||36||32||44||51||41||36||40||61*||60||61||54||77||79||59||44 (fn. 87)|
|Biddestone C.P.||See Biddestone St. Nicholas A.P. and Biddestone St. Peter A.P.||493 (fn. 88)||457||417||418||420||483|
|Biddestone St. Nicholas A.P. and C.P.||331||372||387||423||428||422||407||381||410||See Biddestone C.P.|
|Biddestonr St. Peter A.P. and C.P.||27||31||24||25||34||27||16|
|Bishop's Cannings||See Cannings, Bishop's|
|Bishopstone (N.) (fn. 89) A.P. and C.P.||530||467||572||688||704||755||716||665||606||503||404||449||427||371||614 (fn. 90)|
|Bishopstone (S.) (fn. 91) A.P. and C.P.||535||544||663||663||569*||606||685||667||627||625||526||547||489||411||457|
|Bishopstrow A.P. and C.P.||227||236||275||278||296||287||268||243||245||270 (fn. 92)||199||212||208||185||153|
|Blackland A.P. and C.P.||48||142||44||65||81*||72*||54*||59||50||See Calne Without C.P.|
|Blackmore||Tithing of Melksham A.P., q.v.|
|Blunsdon, Broad||Chapelry of Highworth A.P., q.v|
|Blunsdon, Bury||Tithing of Highworth A.P., q.v.|
|Blunsdon St. Andrew A.P. and C.P.||65||68||65||73||79||81||84||121*||93||902 (fn. 93)||810||834||866||942||1,066 (fn. 94)|
|Bodenham||See Nunton and Bodenham|
|Boscombe A.P. and C.P.||103||117||128||148||156||159||143||132||115||113||107||99||81||117||See Allington (s.) C.P.|
|Bourton and Easton||Tithing of Cannings, Bishop's A.P. q.v.|
|Bower Chalke||See Chalke, Bower|
|Bowood lib. and C.P.||237 (fn. 95)||34||See under Calne bor. and A.P.||68||140||106||93||92||See Calne Without C.P.|
|Box A.P. and C.P.||1,165||1,252||1,336||1,550*||2,274 (fn. 96) *||1,987*||2,051||2,154*||2,203||2,360 (fn. 97)||2,405||2,320||2,120||2,197||4,581|
|Boyton A.P. and C.P>||248||248||284||382*||360||393||410||356*||303||291 (fn. 98)||229||239||209||187||204|
|Bradford, Great A.P. and C.P.||7,302||8,108||10,231||10,101||10,563||8,959*||8,032*||8,179*||8,259||7,687 (fn. 99)|
|Bradford, Great tns.||2,989 (fn. 100)||3,760 (fn. 100)||3,352||3,836*||3,109|
|Atworth chap.||549||642||705||824||658||See Atworth C.P.|
|Holt chap.||1,812||846||839||1,044||895||See Holt C.P.|
|Leigh and Woolley tith.||1,569||1,680||1,511||1,377||See Bradford-on-Avon U.D. and C.P. and Bradford Without C.P.|
|Stoke, Limpley chap.||2,316||2,979*||2,847*||377||406||See Stoke Limpley C.P.|
|Winsley chap.||2,269||1,587||See Winsley C.P.|
|Trowle tith.||(fn. 100)||(fn. 100)||290||343||371||See Bradford-on-Avon U.D. and C.P. and Bradford Without C.P.|
|Wraxall, South chap.||352||435||389*||359||356||See Wraxall, South C.P.|
|Bradford-on-Avon U.S.D.; from 1894 U.D. and C.P.||Part of Bradford, Great A.P. and C.P., q.v||4,922||4,943||4,514||4,501||4,624||4,735||5,628 (fn. 101)|
|Bradford Without C.P. (fn. 102)||Part of Bradford, Great A.P. and C.P., q.v||349 (fn. 102)||276||298||358||336||(fn. 103)|
|Bradford-on-Avon R.D.||5,938||5,408||5,071||5,313||5,488||5,506||See Bradford and Melksham R.D.|
|Bradford and Melksham R.D.||See Bradford R.D. and Melksham R.D.||13,157|
|Bradley, Maiden (part only until 1894) A.P. and C.P.||510||603 (fn. 104)||526||568||609||619||592*||571||543||555||584 (fn. 104)||563||482||452||450|
|Bradley, North A.P.||2,068 (fn. 105)||2,309||2,615||2,477||2,427||2,298||2,196||2,020|
|Bradley, North||922||1,013||1,053||1,025||1,043||987||955||855||See Bradley, North C.P.|
|Southwick tith.||1,146 (fn. 105)||1,296||1,562||1,452||1,384||1,311||1,241||1,135||See Southwick C.P.|
|Bradley, North C.P.||Part of Bradley, North A.P., q.v||887||809||818||818||826||857||985|
|Bramshaw (part of) (fn. 106) A.P.||187||235||319||317||319||302||294||287||296||273||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Branch and Dole Hundred||7,291||7,279||8,188||8,560||8,741||7,558||7,748||8,919||8,688|
|Bratton C.P.||Chapelry of Westbury A.P. and C.P., q.v||560 (fn. 107)||610||657||675||677|
|Braydon C.P.||Hamlet of Purton A.P., q.v||48||63||65||67||69||74||64 (fn. 108)|
|Bremhill A.P. and C.P.||1,303||1,303||1,443||1,535||1,550 (fn. 109) *||1,421||1,357||1,286||1,163||1,090 (fn. 110)||965||999||937||793||896|
|Bremilham A.P.||(fn. 111)||14||25||33||47||46||29||27||25||See Foxley C.P. and Westport St. Mary C.P.|
|Brigmerston||Hamlet of Milston and Brigmerston A.P. and C.P., q.v.|
|Brimslade E.P.P.||See Savernake Park, South with Brimslade and Cadley E.P.P. and C.P.|
|Brinkworth A.P. and C.P.||923||1,042||1,216||1,417||1,694*||1,339||1,273||1,436*||1,158||1,185 (fn. 112)||1,099||1,031||932||850||876|
|Britford A.P. and C.P.||675||658||713||838||878||938*||872||873||978||918|
|Britford||391||See Britford C.P.|
|Harnham, East tith.||411*||See Harnham, East C.P.|
|Longford ham.||76||See Britford C.P.|
|Britford C.P.||Part of Britford A.P. and C.P., q.v||379 (fn. 113)||389 (fn. 114)||366||336||582|
|Brixton Deverill||See Deverill, Brixton|
|Broad Chalke||See Chalke, Broad|
|Broad Hinton||See Hinton, Broad|
|Broad Town C.P.||Part of Hinton, Broad A.P., q.v and Clyffe Pypard A.P., q.v||483 (fn. 115)||433||386||389||441||543|
|Brokenborough A.P. and C.P.||211||257||262||283||429*||443*||503||444*||370||381||317||388||332||318||317 (fn. 116)|
|Bromham A.P. and C.P.||1,154||1,225||1,357||1,556||1,558||1,619||1,402*||1,219*||1,162||1,137 (fn. 117)||1,136||1,146||1,147||1,138||1,492 (fn. 118)|
|Broughton Gifford A.P. and C.P.||613||656||776||735||741||692||621||588||613||667||649||741||737||721||731|
|Brunton||Tithing of Collingbourne Kingston A.P., q.v.|
|Bulbridge||Tithing of Wilton bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Bulford A.P. and C.P.||228||246||269||290||367||408||383||343*||346||341||1,386*||3,232*||3,797||3,923||5,213|
|Bulkington C.P.||Tithing of Keevil A.P., q.v.||173||172||177||166||133||150||161|
|Burbage A.P. and C.P.||1,008||1,024||1,195||1,448||1,445||1,492||1,603||1,544*||1,317||1,213||1,136||1,117||1,073||1,057||989|
|Burcombe, South A.P. and C.P.||253||336||374||419||402||420||374||315*||313||330 (fn. 119)||See under Wilton M.B. and Burcombe Without C.P.|
|Burcombe, North tith.||21|
|Ditchampton (part of) ham.||167|
|Burcombe Without C.P.||Part of Burcombe, South A.P., a.v.||264 (fn. 120)||238||237||226||196 (fn. 121)|
|Burdens Ball||Tithing of Newton, South A.P., q.v|
|Burton Hill||Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Buttermere A.P. and C.P.||129||121||136||137||130||124||128||135||129||138||130||119||100||80||62|
|Cadley E.P.P||(fn. 122)||36||45||See Chute A.P. and Savernake Park, South E.P.P. and C.P.|
|Cadworth||See Cawdon and Cadworth Hundred|
|Calne A.P. and C.P.||3,767||3,547||4,612||4,876||5,128*||5,117*||5,098||5,256*||5,194||See Calne M.B. and C.P. and Calne Without C.P.|
|Calne bor. and M.B.||2,483||2,544||2,494||2,468||2,474||See Calne M.B. and C.P.|
|Bowood lib.||(fn. 123)||(fn. 123)||63||81||See Bowood lib.|
|Calne U.S.D.||3,405 (fn. 124)||3,495 (fn. 124)||3,457||3,538||3,640||3,463||5,553|
|Calne M.B. and C.P. (fn. 124)||See Calne bor. and M.B. under Calne A.P. and C.P.|
|Calne Without C.P.||Part of Calne bor., A.P., and C.P., &c. (fn. 124)||2,023||1,887||1,941||1,987||2,360*||1,310 (fn. 125)|
|Calne R.D.||5,215||5,014||4,614||4,599||4,640||4,797||See Calne and Chippenham R.D.|
|Calne and Chippenham R.D.||See Calne R.D. and Chippenham R.D.||37,521|
|Calstone Wellington A.P.||21||26||35||32||31||36||36||34||45||See Calne Without C.P.|
|Cannings Hundred||See Potterne and Cannings Hundred|
|Cannings, Bishop's A.P.||2,530 (fn. 126)||2,258||2,722||3,350||3,843||3,925||4,062||4,059|
|Cannings, Bishop's||1,108||1,225||1,224||1,365||445||1,246||1,109*||See Cannings, Bishop's C.P.|
|Bourton and Easton tith.||216|
|Chittoe||222||261||233||220||207||162||180||212||See Chittoe C.P.|
|Southbroom or Devizes St. James chap.||1,200||1,109||1,265||1,765||2,285*||2,517*||2,773||2,785||See Devizes .B. and U.S.D. and Southbroom C.P.|
|Cannings, Bishop's C.P.||Part of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v.||955||894||762||717||695||665||1,235|
|Cannonhold||Tithing of Melksham A.P., q.v.|
|Castle Combe||See Combe, Castle|
|Castle Eaton||See Eaton, Castle|
|Catcomb||Tithing of Hilmarton A.P. q.v|
|Cawdon and Cadworth Hundred||3,592 (fn. 127)||3,636||4,233||4,532||4,818||4,924||4,624||4,492||4,419|
|Chaddenwick||See Woodlands and Chaddenwick, tithing of Mere A.P., q.v.|
|Chalfield, Great A.P.||63||76||100||83||18||25||12||31||34||See Atworth C.P.|
|Chalfield, Little E.P.P. and C.P.||41||40||43||57||57|
|Chalke, Bower A.P. and C.P.||320||335||358||370||447||509||496||464||420||461 (fn. 128)||418||448||403||350||379|
|Chalke, Broad A.P. (fn. 129) and C.P.||625||316||706||796||775||821||796||811||734||661||629||623||661||595||597|
|Chapmanslade C.P.||Part of Corsley A.P. and C.P., Dilton Marsh C.P. and Upton Scudamore A.P. and C.P.||496 (fn. 130)|
|Charlton (N.) (fn. 131) A.P. and C.P.||428||500||563||645||683||690||621||565*||612||547||460||468||423||367||654|
|Charlton (S.) (fn. 132) A.P. and C.P.||168||169||193||183||201||219||222||217||145||141||132||120||136||110||103|
|Charlton||Tithing of Downton A.P. q.v.|
|Charlton||Chapelry of Donhead St. Mary A.P., q.v.|
|Charnham Street||Tithing of Hungerford A.P., q.v.|
|Chedglow||Tithing of Crudwell A.P., q.v.|
|Chelworth||Tithing of Cricklade St. Sampson A.P., q.v.|
|Chelworth||Tithing of Crudwell A.P., q.v.|
|Cherhill A.P. and C.P.||304||289||346||404||422*||396*||364||334*||290*||277||259||231||251||224||6,359 (fn. 133)|
|Cheverell, Great A.P. and C.P.||457||422||442||576||557||526*||561||539||402||370||376||316||281||270||351|
|Cheverell, Little A.P. and C.P.||159||199||263||259||295||255*||234||203*||222||195||181||185||177||200||174|
|Chicklade A.P. and C.P.||150||130||139||127||109||122||143||122*||97||59||50||42||56||76||67 (fn. 134)|
|Chilhampton||Chapelry of Newton, South A.P., q.v.|
|Chilmark A.P. and C.P.||406||418||524||507||593||619||642||698*||554||487 (fn. 135)||411||409||352||332||405|
|Chilton Foliat A.P. (fn. 136) and C.P.||616||605||777||761||627||613||546||489||441||426||409 (fn. 136)||386||336||372||370|
|Chippenham bor. A.P. and C.P.||3,366||3,410||3,506||4,333||5,438*||4,999*||5,396||5,202*||5,192 (fn. 137)||5,392 (fn. 138)||See Chippenham M.B., Chippenham Within C.P., and Chippenham Without C.P.|
|Nethermore tith.||195||59||See Pewsham C.P.|
|Chippenham M.B. (fn. 137)||1,707 (fn. 137)||1,603||1,387||1,352 (fn. 137)||4,618 (fn. 137)||5,074 (fn. 137)||5,332||7,710 (fn. 139)||8,493||11,851|
|Chippenham U.S.D. (fn. 137)||4,495 (fn. 137)|
|Chippenham Within C.P. (fn. 137)||Part of Chippenham bor., A.P. and C.P., q.v.||3,655 (fn. 137)||3,418||5,082 (fn. 139)||5,407||(fn. 137)|
|Langley Burrell Within C.P. (fn. 137)||Part of Langley Burrell A.P. and C.P., q.v.||1,419 (fn. 137) *||1,914||2,628 (fn. 139)||3,086|
|Chippenham Without C.P.||Part of Chippenham bor., A.P., and C.P., q.v.||1,948 (fn. 140)||2,465||594 (fn. 139)||668||2 606 (fn. 141)|
|Chippenham R.D.||16,716||17,050||17,885||18,236||14,549||14,487||See Calne and Chippenham R.D.|
|Chirton A.P. and C.P.||347||335||401||409||428*||467||382*||357||340||314||261||270||259||262||250|
|Chisenbury||Tithing of Netheravon A.P., q.v.|
|Chisenbury||Tithing of Enford A.P., q.v.|
|Chisledon A.P. and C.P.||904||997||1,077||1,148||1,176||1,137||1,206||1,246||1,173||1,204||1,136 (fn. 142)||1,197||1,688*||2,075 (fn. 143) *||2,275|
|Chitterne C.P.||See Chitterne All Saints A.P. and C.P. and Chitteme St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||487 (fn. 144)||481||390||313|
|Chitterne All Saints A.P. and C.P.||314||340||381||382||403||452||509||480||431||428||319||United as Chitterne C.P.|
|Chitterne St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||155||159||169||183||180||239||201||230||198||154||132|
|Chittoe C.P.||Tithing of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v.||201||226 (fn. 145)||222||183||158||158||See Bromham C.P.|
|Cholderton A.P. and C.P.||127||134||149||161||170||183||191||161*||164||175||215||238||188||208||177|
|Christian Malford A.P. anc C.P.||938||915||878||980||1,179||941||898||885||777||586 (fn. 146)||601||520||488||481||520|
|Avon (N.) (part of) chap.||28||76|
|Church||Tithing of Downton A.P., q.v.|
|Chute A.P. and C.P.||389||472||489||501 (fn. 147)||525 (fn. 147) *||571||538||519||430||388||410||390||379||301||329|
|Chute Forest E.P.P. and C.P.||99||128||144||110||135||143||170||188||159||119||120||152||140||120||98|
|Clarendon Park lib., E.P.P., and C.P.||129||145||183||177||183||187||181||193||217||244 (fn. 148)||228||296||275||303||315|
|Clatford||Tithing of Preshute A.P., q.v.|
|Clatford E.P.P.||(fn. 149)||(fn. 149)||(fn. 149)||(fn. 149)||15||17||9||20||25||13||See Fyfield C.P.|
|Clench||Tithing of Milton Liborne A.P., q.v.|
|Cleverton||See Lea and Cleverton|
|Cloatly||Tithing of Hankerton A.P., q.v.|
|Clyffe Pypard A.P. and C.P.||624||692||815||885||933 (fn. 150)||890||910||880||777||427 (fn. 151)||344||342||369||381||519|
|Coate||Tithing of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v.|
|Coate||Tithing of Liddington A.P., q.v.|
|Codford St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||187||175||258||287||338||390||404||349*||340||322||277||268||314||253||See Codford C.P.|
|Codford St. Peter A.P. and C.P.||393||320||347||387||394||401||359||326*||319||260||242||274||318||274|
|Codford St. Peter||253|
|Codford C.P.||See Codford St. Mary A.P. and C.P. and Codford St. Peter A.P. and C.P.||721 (fn. 152)|
|Cole and West Park||Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Colerne A.P. and C.P.||693||722||888||931||1,209*||1,086||1,040||1,096||1,056||1,076||1,060||939||912||844||2,035|
|Coleshill (part of (fn. 153) ) A.P.||Given under Berks||11||10||See Inglesham C.P.|
|Collingbourne Ducis A.P. and C.P.||457||501||476||458||518||536||564||485||426||344||344||385||366||367||544 (fn. 154)|
|Collingbourne Kingston A.P. and C.P.||731||746||817||913||933||922||903||841||696||739||744||748||669||585||440 (fn. 154)|
|Collingbourne Kingston with Brunton and Aughton||217||233|
|Combe, Castle A.P. and C.P.||567||570||635||655||600||557*||534||494*||495||459||357||355||363||322||449|
|Compton||Tithing of Enford A.P., q.v.|
|Compton Bassett A.P. and C.P.||366||407||480||538||498*||436*||369||357||374||350 (fn. 155)||317||298||334||283||323 (fn. 156)|
|Compton Chamberlayne A.P. and C.P.||283||286||267||309||350||352||348||328||298||272||249||213||206||130||170|
|Conock||Tithing of Chirton A.P., q.v.|
|Combe||Tithing of Enford A.P., q.v.|
|Coombe Bissett A.P. and C.P.||271||267||331||358||406||415||337*||332||362||327||299||263||248||241||425 (fn. 157)|
|Corsham A.P. and C.P.||2,402||2,395||2,727||2,952||3,842*||3,172||3,196||3,390*||3,747||3,931 (fn. 158)||4,322||4,209||3,940||3,754||9,268|
|Corsley, Great and Little A.P. and C.P.||1,412||1,352||1,609||1,729*||1,621||1,473*||1,235*||1,196||1,019||926 (fn. 159)||824||791||795||729||745 (fn. 160)|
|Corston||Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Cottles E.P.P.||See under Chalfield, Little A.P.|
|Coulston, East A.P. and C.P.||90||270 (fn. 161)||99||103||105||101||119||133||103||103||87||85||83||78||155 (fn. 162)|
|Coulston, West||Tithing of Edington A.P., q.v. (fn. 163)|
|Cricklade Hundred||See Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple Hundred|
|Cricklade St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||373||401||457||445||486||431||367||431||397||427||United as single C.P. See Cricklade C.P.|
|Cricklade St. Sampson A.P. and C.P.||957||1,1553*||1,049||1,642||1,475*||1,453||1,414||1,203||1,249|
|Cricklade St. Sampson with Chelworth tith.||1,028|
|Cricklade C.P.||See Cricklade St. Mary A.P. and C.P. and Cricklade St. Sampson A.P. and C.P||1,517 (fn. 164)||1,521||1,425||1,399||1,881 (fn. 165)|
|Cricklade And Wootton Bassett R.D.||11,613||11,835||11,357||11,002||10,687||11,374||15,293|
|Crofton||Tithing of Bedwyn, Great bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Crudwell A.P. and C.P.||512||467||570||604||681||781||799||780||753||778||721||702||618||574||618|
|Damerham, North, Hundred||2,345||2,438||2,624||2,957||3,163||3,076||2,958||2,873||2,502|
|Damerham, South, Hundred||2,602 (fn. 166)||2,566||2,930||3,135||3,219||3,307||3,008||2,905||2,485|
|Damerham, South A.P.||529||549||605||716||728||759||697||686||617||532||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Dauntsey A.P. and C.P.||357||305||467||561||576||623||578||535||483||409 (fn. 167)||362||364||357||368||383|
|Dean, West||258||238||292||183||195||214||See Dean, West C.P.|
|Grimstead, East chap.||See Grimstead, East A.P.||107||122||134||150||136||129||See Grimstead, East C.P.|
|Dean, West C.P.||Part of Dean, West A.P., q.v||227||197 (fn. 168) (fn. 169)||177||187||176||180||180|
|Deptford||Tithing of Wylye A.P., q.v.|
|Deverill, Brixton A.P. and C.P.||144||153||153||197||197||201||225||227||162||112||69||80||93||90||76|
|Deverill, Hill A.P. and C.P.||146||137||135||129||118||122||149||126||136||111 (fn. 170)||65||86||84||74||See Deverill, Longbridge C.P.|
|Deverill, Kingston A.P. and C.P.||292||285||328||380||420||402||376||337*||278||234||176||168||164||152||252 (fn. 171)|
|Deverill, Longbridge A.P. and C.P.||1,228||1,204||1,349||1,307*||1,352*||1,378||1,197*||1,190||914||730 (fn. 172)||617||561||624||562||1,099 (fn. 173)|
|Deverill, Monkton A.P. and C.P.||168||134||181||204||207||202||180||149||127||104||108||123||113||108||See Deverill, Kingston C.P.|
|Devizes bor.||3,547 (fn. 174)||3,750||4,208||4,562||4,631|
|Devizes, St. John A.P.||1,570||1,769||1,972||1,973||1,973*||1,874*||1,906||2,039||See under Devizes M.B. and U.S.D.|
|Devizes, St. Mary A.P.||1,977||1,981||2,236||2,589||2,658||2,653||2,685||2,700||See under Devizes M.B. and U.S.D.|
|Devizes M.B. and U.S.D.; from 1934 M.B. and C.P.||6,554 (fn. 175)||6,638||6,839||6,645||6,426||6,532||6,739||6,022||6,058||7,897 (fn. 176)|
|Devizes, St. John C.P.||See Devizes, St. John A.P||1,940||1,866||2,058||1,821||1,612||1,513||United as single C.P.|
|Devizes, St. Mary C.P.||See Devizes, St. Mary A.P||2,605||2,392||2,277||2,289||1,982||1,672|
|Rowde C.P. (part of); from 1894 Rowde Within C.P. (fn. 175)||Part of Rowde A.P., q.v||321 (fn. 175)||318 (fn. 175)||372 (fn. 175)||328||334||288|
|Southbroom or St. James C.P. (part only until 1894)||Chapelry of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v||1,648 (fn. 175)||1,783 (fn. 175)||1,825 (fn. 175)||2,301||2,094||2,585|
|Dilton (Marsh C.P.)||Chapelry of Westbury A.P. and C.P., q.v.||1,282 (fn. 177)||1,49||1,525||1,484||1,319 (fn. 178)|
|Dinton A.P. and C.P.||421||393||517||536||565||538||509||496||457||413||401||449||397||389||458 (fn. 179)|
|Ditchampton||Hamlet partly in Burcombe, South A.P., q.v., and partly in Wilton bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Ditteridge A.P.||(fn. 180)||101||86||83||95||119||110||95||101||See Box C.P.|
|Dognell||Tithing of Donhead St. Mary A.P., q.v.|
|Dole Hundred||See Brach and Dole Hudred|
|Donhead St. Andrew A.P. and C.P.||607||535||753||804||900||861||830||802||763||688 (fn. 181)||599||643||565||502||450|
|Donhead St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||945||1,095||1,361||1,520||1,596||1,621||1,482*||1,375*||1,344||1,207 (fn. 181)||1,121||1,014||979||926||868|
|Downton bor.,A.P.,and C.P.||2,426||2,624||3,114||3,652*||3,648||3,898||3,566||3,654*||3,378||3,430 (fn. 182)||See Downton C.P. and Redlynch C.P.|
|Downton, East tith.||1,785|
|No Man's Land E.P.P.||133||See No Man's Land E.P.P.|
|Wick and Walton tith.||285|
|Downton C.P.||Part of Downton A.P. and C.P., q.v.||1,786 (fn. 182)||1,933||1,906 (fn. 183)||1,352||1,701 (fn. 184)|
|Draycot Cerne A.P. and C.P.||141||158||169||180||181||159||158||187*||144||147||143||123||93||113||See Sutton Benger C.P.|
|Draycot Foliat A.P. and C.P.||38||33||24||19||26||18||27||39||46||40||See Chisledon C.P.|
|Draycot Foliat||Tithing of Wilcot A.P., q.v.|
|Durnford A.P. and C.P.||399||421||472||481||533||554||553||515||449||380 (fn. 185)||388||420||394||376||427|
|Durnford, Little ham.||67|
|Durrington A.P. and C.P.||339||318||370||467||465||477||440||420||392||393||427||897*||3,005*||3,846*||5,784|
|Earldoms E.P.P. and C.P.||See Whiteparish A.P.||52||47||48||47||37||37||See Landford C.P.|
|Eastcott||Tithing of Swindon A.P., q.v.|
|Eastcott||Tithing of Urchfont A.P., q.v.|
|Eastcourt||Tithing of Crudwell A.P., q.v.|
|Eateridge||Tithing of Ramsbury A.P., q.v.|
|Easton A.P. and C.P.||Tithing of Lavington, Market A.P., q.v.||384||363||370||323||315||301||427 (fn. 186)|
|Easton A.P. and C.P.||391||408||447||488||532*||487||463||381*||323||332||328||327||325||304||256|
|Easton||See Bourton and Easton, tithing of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v.|
|Easton Grey A.P. and C.P.||149||148||151||151||165||189||177||149||136||127||100||106||78||100||118|
|Eastrop||Tithing of Highworth A.P., q.v.|
|Eaton, Castle A.P. and C.P.||295||269||334||302||312||338||286*||315||323||288||191||225||222||213||227|
|Eaton, Castle tns.||269|
|Lus Hill tith.||43|
|Eaton, Water||Township of Eisey A.P., q.v.|
|Ebbesborne Wake A.P. and C.P.||255||206||239||278||306||319||326||338||271||244||230 (fn. 187)||275||233||194||221|
|Edington A.P. and C.P.||834||824 (fn. 188)||1,099||1,112||1,136||1,079||994||1,032||927||846||779||726||748||714||579 (fn. 189)|
|Baynton tith.||(fn. 190)||168||33|
|Coulston, West tith.||144|
|Eisey A.P.||124||164||194||167||188||162*||198||206*||158||128||See Latton C.P.|
|Eaton, Water tns.||58||51||67|
|Elcombe||Tithing of Wroughton A.P., q.v.|
|Elcot||Tithing of Preshute A.P., qv.|
|Elston||Tithing of Orcheston St. George A.P., q.v.|
|Elstub and Everleich Hundred||5,033 (fn. 191)||4,889||5,368||5,722||6,596||6,151||6,328||5,828||6,372|
|Enford A.P. and C.P.||814 (fn. 192)||788||901||961||797||911||893||902*||869||800 (fn. 193)||723||693||652||716||706|
|Fieield tith.||140 (fn. 192)||137||138||157||98||95|
|Erlestoke A.P. and C.P.||342||345||375||420||381||400||378||343*||271||260||229||229||242||211||843|
|Etchilhampton A. P. and Even||206||179||252||270||Chapelry of All cannings A.P., q.v.||170||172||178||148||180||179||147|
|Everleigh A.P. and C.P.||321||301||316||352||354||367||294||323||354||344||309||264||275||300||264|
|Ewen||Tithing of Kemble A.P., q.v.|
|Farleigh, Monkton A.P. and C.P.||264||354||347||396||435||359*||352||326||412||388||324||334||317||307||516|
|Farley||Chapelry of Alderbury A.P., q.v.|
|Fiddington||Tithing of Lavington, Bishop's or west A.P., q.v.|
|Fifield||Tithing of Enford A.P., q.v.|
|Fifield bavant A.P. and C.P.||42||47||42||49||45||42||33||62*||62||43 (fn. 194)||See Ebbesborne Wake C.P.|
|Figheldean A.P. and C.P.||367||342||437||531||510*||527||472*||456||464||472||439||429||893*||625*||977|
|Fisherton Anger A.P. and C.P.||865||893||1,253||1,496||1,739*||1,905*||2,424*||3,673*||4,783||5,149||See Fisherton Anger Within C.P. under Salisbury City and M.B., and Fisherton Anger Without C.P.|
|Fisherton Anger Without C.P.||Part of Fisherton Anger A.P. and C.P., q.v||1,258 (fn. 195)||See Salisbury City and M.B.|
|Fisherton De la Mere A.P. and C.P.||270||226||290||309||324||373||333||324||295||291||253||241||235||195||See Wylye C.P. and Stockton C.P.|
|Fisherton De la Mere||181|
|Fittleton A.P. and C.P.||251||249||298||331||336*||380||393||394||347||328||273||308||480*||361||274|
|Flintham||Tithing of Oaksey A.P., q.v.|
|Fonthill Bishop A.P. and C.P.||194||206||228||211||207||189||187||173||196||165||141||137||119||117||140|
|Fonthill Gifford A.P. and C.P.||493||381||471||442||416*||442||430||457||478||427||357||357||309||291||220 (fn. 196)|
|Ford||See Laverstock and Ford|
|Ford||Tithing of Idmiston A.P., q.v.|
|fosbury||See Tidcombe and Fosbury|
|Fovant A.P. and C.P.||514||470||523||553||620||631||600||598||559||506||415||404||474||409||416|
|Foxley A.P. and C.P.||50||65||71||67||70||63||65||59||73||96 (fn. 197)||108||73||65||61||See Norton C.P.|
|Fresden||Tithing of Highworth A.P., q.v.|
|Froxfield A.P. and C.P.||492||505||508||581||625*||571||530||489||436||390||326||288||285||307||273|
|Fugglestone St. Peter A.P. and C.P.||590||545||528||548||521||517||609*||947*||1,023||1,060|
|Fugglestone||515||79||See Bemerton C.P. and Wilton M.B.|
|Bemerton chap.||109||See Bemerton C.p.|
|Grovely E.P.P.||33||See Grovely E.P.P. and C.P.|
|Quidhamption tith.||333||See Bemerton C. P.|
|Fullaway E.P.P. and C.P.||Tithinn of All Cannings A.P., q.v.||20 (fn. 198)||13||11||11||See Stert C.P.|
|Fyfield A.P. and C.P.||(fn. 199)||(fn. 199)||(fn. 199)||(fn. 199)||150||172||200||196||157||152||178 (fn. 200)||179||153||143||151|
|Grasdon A.P. and C.P.||143||143||183||234||215||207||206||203||174||141||162||159||133||119||See Lea and Clever. tonC.P.|
|Gomeldon||Tithing of Idmiston A.P., q.v.|
|Grafton||Part of Gedyn, Great Bor., A.P., and C.P., q.v.||663 (fn. 201)||684||611||572||564|
|Grimstead, A.P.||See grimstead, East A.P. and C.P. and Grimstead, West A.P. and C.P.||310 (fn. 202)|
|Grimsteand, East A.P. and C.P.||148||118||Chapelry of Dean, West, A.P., q.v.||120||131||121||112||87||116||See Grimstead C.P.|
|Grimstead, West A.P. and C.P.||179||167||161||186||227||257||251||270||238||215||200||199||172||218|
|Grittenham||Tithing of Brinkworth A.P., q.v.|
|Grittleton A.P. and C.P.||340||332||354||438||351*||372||349||357||310||360||285||344||296||299||489 (fn. 203)|
|Grovely (Wood) E.P.P. and C.P||See under Fugglestone St. Peter A.P.||30||30||50||50||48||60||60||61||51||32||See Barford St. Martin C.P.|
|Ham A.p. and C.P||188||195||171||205||215||243||249||255||199||241||217||192||160||179||175|
|Hamptworth||Tithing of Downton A.p., q.v.|
|Hankerton A.P. and C.P.||286||305||356||413||417||371*||393||391||340||335||252||240||243||240||217|
|Hannincton A.P. and C.P.||363||412||412||415||433||356*||378||360||304||295||220||239||210||238||241|
|Hardeneuish A.P. and C.P.||55||53||70||116||146||127*||117||138||88||99 (fn. 204)||532 (fn. 205)||655||168 (fn. 206)||188||See Langley Burrell without C.P.|
|Harnham C.P||See under Salisbury City and M.B.|
|Harneam, East C.P.||Hamlet of Britford A.P., q.v.||517 (fn. 207)||See Harnham C.P. under Salisbury City and M.B.|
|Harnham, West A.P. and C.P.||186||240||267||256||256*||276||285||296||288||254||271||260||304||61 (fn. 208)||See Netherhamtpon C.P.|
|Hawkeridge||Township of Westbury bor. and A.p., q.v.|
|Haxton||Tithing of Fittleton A.P., q.v|
|Haydon And Haydon Wick||Tithing of Rodbourne cheney A.P., q.v|
|Haydon Wick C.P.||Part of Rodbourne Cheny A.P. and C.P., q. v||450 (fn. 209)||496|
|Haystone||Tithing of Donhed St. Mary A.P., q.v.|
|Heddington A.P. and C.P.||287||266||296||310||342||354||362||360||357||316||299||256||257||278||324|
|Heytesbury bor., A.P. (fn. 210) and C.P.||1,072 (fn. 211)||1,023||1,329||1,412||1,311||1,210*||1,103||993*||928 (fn. 212)||826||699||553||496||454||555|
|Heywood C.P.||Township of Westbury bor, and A.p., q.v||411 (fn. 213)||7 (fn. 214)||432||455||528|
|Highway A.P. and C.P||104||96||108||148||147*||122*||121||109||88||See Hilmarton C.P.|
|Highworth, Cricklande And Staple Hundred||9,587||10,403||11,661 (fn. 215)||12,235 (fn. 215)||15,161||14,432||14,027||15,600||17,254|
|Highworth A.P. and C.P||2,328 (fn. 216)||2,514||3,005||3,127||3,939||4,026||3,629*||3,708*||3,302||2,576 (fn. 217)||2,047||2,153||2,072||2,144||2,831|
|Highworth tns.||1,493 (fn. 218)||601 (fn. 218)||1,888 (fn. 218)||623||891||698 (fn. 219)||631|
|Blunsdon, Broad chap||396||493||552||699||831||895||806||See Blunsdon St. Andrew C.P.|
|Blunsdon, Bury tith.||17|
|Eastrop tith.||(fn. 220)||410||(fn. 220)||553||544||1,021 (fn. 221)||876|
|Fresden tith.||(fn. 220)||(fn. 220)||24||21||43||27 (fn. 221)||21|
|Marston, South chap.||252||288||299||339||442||399||370||See Marston, South C.P.|
|Westrop tith.||(fn. 222)||519||(fn. 220)||644||917*||781*||714|
|Highworth And Swindon R.D.||13,381||14,470||14,279||15,139||15,851||15,472||21,617|
|Hillcott||Tithing of Newnton, North A.P., q.v.|
|Hill Deverill||See Deverill, Hill|
|Hilmartonc A.P. and C.P.||717||756||787||791||806||828||787||797||756||810 (fn. 223)||758||734||718||719||698|
|Hilperton A.P. and C.P.||748||735||904*||1,067||973||996||880*||917||822||1,011 (fn. 224)||714 (fn. 225)||762||773||757||825|
|Hindon bor., A.P., and C.P.||793||781||830||921||772*||710*||604*||603||554||495||413||405||415||376||477 (fn. 226)|
|Hinton, Broad A.P. and C.P.||550||570||639||684||670||714||657||645||550||372 (fn. 227)||347||350||328||304||334|
|Hinton, Broad (fn. 228) lib.||406||390||489||519||524 (fn. 228)||Transferred to Berks. 1844|
|Hinton, Great C.P.||Tithing of Ashton, Steeple A.P., q.v.||167||183||152||162||169||139||143|
|Hinton, Little A.P. and C.P.||239||259||284||310||324||354||298||294||247||273j||210||245||241||208||See Bishopstone (N.) C.P.|
|Hippenscombe E.P.P. and C.P.||47||21||40||58||59||50||42||57||42||35||See Tidcombe C.P.|
|Hodson||Tithing of Chisledon A.P., q.v.|
|Holt C.P.||Chapelry of Bradford, Great A.P., q.v.||915 (fn. 229) (fn. 230)||1,022||991||1,030||1,193 (fn. 231)|
|Homington A.P. and C.P.||148||186||177||200||171||176||155||144||179||220 (fn. 232)||186||186||161||134||See Combe Bissett C.P.|
|Horningsham A.P. and C.P.||1,030||1,113||1,267*||1,323||1,290||1,188||1,065||934||813||862 (fn. 233)||742||615||618||548||548|
|Horton||Tithing of Cannings, Bishop's A.P., q.v.|
|Hughditch||Tithing of Froxfield A.P., q.v.|
|Huish A.P. and C.P.||82||71||112||128||133||129||133||128||129||115 (fn. 234)||113||96||66||58||53|
|Hullavington A.P. and C.P.||395||443||506||563||634||708||700||734||626||543||823*||552*||478||513||600 (fn. 235)|
|Hungerford A.P. and C.P. (part of, i.e. Charnham Street tith)||305||380||348||432||401||376||450||365||405||451||Transferred to Berks. (fn. 236)|
|Hurdcott||Hamlet of Baverstock A.P., q.v.|
|Idmiston A.P. and C.P.||422||432||438||520||497*||550||542||535||583||457 (fn. 237)||544||809*||961||1,140*||1,328|
|Shripple tith.||64||51||56||39||41||See Winterslow C.P.|
|Imber A.P. and C.P.||331||379||414||404||405||440||382*||344*||339||292||261||252||188||152||nil (fn. 238)|
|Inglesham A.P. and C.P. (fn. 239)||89||65 (fn. 239)||129 (fn. 239)||133 (fn. 239)||84||138 (fn. 239)||119||128||110||119 (fn. 240)||131||144||116||106||141|
|Keevil A.P.||792 (fn. 239)||768||802||692||773||720||669*||628*|
|Keevil||466||480||496||443||505||464||429||418||See Keevil C.P.|
|Bulkington tith.||326 (fn. 241)||288||306||249*||268*||256||240||210||See Bulkington C.P.|
|Keevil C.P.||Part of Keevil A.P., q.v.||377||384||357||376||341||341||301|
|Kellaways C.P.||See Tytherington Kellaways A.P. and C.P. and Avon E.P.P. and C.P.||46 (fn. 242)||45||34||37||See Langley Burrell Without C.P.|
|Kemble A.P. and C.P.||400||403||435||482||597*||496||466||454||473||482||Transferred to Glos. 1896|
|Kennett, East A.P. and C.P.||102||85||94||103||75||80||78||89||85||70||60||5 9||44||58||66|
|Kennett, West||Tithing of Avebury A.P., q.v.|
|Kilmington C.P.||In Somerset||327 (fn. 243)||363||298||312||323|
|Kingsdown||Tithing of Stratton St. Margaret A.P., q.v.|
|Kingston Deverill||See Deverill, Kingston|
|Kingswood A.P. (fn. 244)||901||963||1,391*||1,447||1,321*||Transferred to Glos. 1844|
|Kington Langley C.P.||Tithing of Kington St. Michael A.P., q.v.||553||529 (fn. 245)||510||519||501||483||565|
|Kington St. Michael A.P.||729 (fn. 246)||824||969||1,091||1,173||1,219||1,089||1,098|
|Kington St. Michael||358||395||436||531||531||594||548||See Kington St. Michael C.P.|
|Easton Piercy tith.||29||41||21|
|Kington Langley (fn. 246) tith.||371 (fn. 246)||429||504||560||601||604||550||See Kington Langley C.P.|
|Kington St. Michael C.P.||Part of Kington St. Michael A.P., q.v.||457||438 (fn. 247)||447||473||437||444||476|
|Kington West A.P. and C.P.||221||238||285||298||349||363||405||370*||303||280||252||234||204||225||See Nettleton C.P.|
|Kinghton||Tithing of Chalke, Broad A.P., q.v.|
|Knook A.P. and C.P.||194||219||268||282||255||252||208*||176*||163||106||89||93||103||95||544|
|Knoyle, East A.P. and C.P.||853||905||954||1,028||1,038||1,110||1,034||1,005||877||956 (fn. 248)||814||853||729||660||821|
|Knoyle, West A.P. and C.P.||184||210||208||206||206||180*||187||202||199||158||160||137||123||117||131|
|Lacock A.P. and C.P.||1,408||1,460||1,682||1,640||1,780*||1,653*||1,499*||1,388*||1,171||1,179||1,159||1,131||1,019 (fn. 249)||1,105||1,346|
|Lake||Tithing of Wilsfor (S.) A.P., q.v.|
|Landford A.P. and C.P.||186||193||213||226||255||244||278||271||263||231||358 (fn. 250)||407||507||471||492|
|Langford, Little A.P. and C.P.||25||25||32||39||37||38||39||67||82||62||68||68||61||64||See Langford, Steeple C.P.|
|Langford, Steeple, A.P. and C.P.||523||556||557||587||626 (fn. 251)||634||628||589||523||467||486||506||429||410||458 (fn. 252)|
|Langley Burrell A.P.||333||364||428||438||626*||697||1,100*||1,122||1,129||1,445 (fn. 253)||See Langley Burrell Within C.P. under Chippenham M.B., and Langley Burrell Without C.P.|
|Langley Burrell With out C.p.||Part of Langley Burrell A.P., q.v.||496 (fn. 254)||713||361 (fn. 255)||335||1,158 (fn. 256)|
|Langley Fitz Urse||See Kington Langley|
|Langley Wood E.P.P. and C.P.||(fn. 257)||(fn. 257)||(fn. 257)||(fn. 257)||15||(fn. 257)||15||22||16||15||See Downton C.P.|
|Latton A.P. and C.P.||349||322||315||360||379||335||308||309||263||218||367 (fn. 258)||364||365||408||506|
|Laverstock And Ford A.P. and C.P.||792||770||904||817||539*||552*||470*||451||449||420 (fn. 259)||424||505 (fn. 260)||765||823||1,610|
|Milford tith.||419||394||489||523||See Salisbury, St. Martin A.P.|
|Lavington, Market (or East) A.P.||1,238 (fn. 261)||1,263||1,438||1,525||1,610||1,721||1,583*||1,563|
|Lavington, Market||918||899||1,061||1,108||1,115||1,189||1,122||1,093||See Lavington, Market C.P.|
|Easterton tith.||320 (fn. 261)||364||377||417||495*||532||461||470||See Easterton C.P.|
|Lavington, Market C.P.||Part of Lavington, Market A.P., q.v||1,022||1,043 (fn. 262)||978||981||904||1,013||1,202|
|Lavington, West (or Bishop's) A.P. and C.P.||958||1,070||1,123||1,322*||1,595*||1,739*||1,589||1,475||1,406||1,088 (fn. 262)||1,027||982||1,023||901||946|
|Fiddington tith.||41||See Lavington, Market C.P.|
|Littleton Pannell tith.||488||497||532||507||572|
|Lea and Cleverton A.P. and C.P.||252||296||371||419||446||414*||432||494||461||450||404||408||414||337||582 (fn. 263)|
|Leigh C.P.||Chapelry of Ashton Keynes A.P., q.v.||295||302||291||264||270||282||304|
|Leigh||Township of Westbury A.P., q.v.|
|Leigh and Woolley||Tithing of Bradford, Great A.P., q.v.|
|Leigh Delamere A.P. and C.P.||65||83||125||129||113||83*||113||127||105||111||88||110||98||96||See Grittleton C.P.|
|Leverton||Tithing of Chilton Foliat A.P., q.v.|
|Liddington A.P. and C.P.||337||418||409||407||454||434||440||423||416||380 (fn. 264)||356||357||396||345||357|
|Coate tith.||43||See Swindon C.P.|
|Limpley Stoke||See Stoke, Limpley|
|Littlecott||Tithing of Enford A.P., q.v.|
|Littleton||Chapelry of Ashton, Steeple A.P., q.v.|
|Littleton Drew A.P. and C.P.||87||112||155||177||251||237||233||217||201||172||143||144||162||129||See Grittleton C.P.|
|Littleton Pannell||Tithing of Lavington, West A.P., q.v.|
|Lockeridge||Township of Overton A.P., q.v.|
|Longbridge, Deverill||See Deverill, Longbridge|
|Longford||Hamlet of Britford A.P., q.v.|
|Luckington A.P. and C.P.||304||295||280||275||329||339||316||344||336||394 (fn. 265)||390||356||293||348||470 (fn. 266)|
|Ludgershall bor., A.P., and C.P.||471||487||477||535||554||580||595||494||191||476||576||1,117*||1,090||1,259||1,906|
|Lus Hill||Tithing of Eaton, Castle A.P., q.v.|
|Lydeway||Tithing of Urchfont A.P., q.v.|
|Lydiard Millicent A.P. and C.P.||300||337||391||406||564*||491||588*||772*||886||912||825||807||752||809||821|
|Lydiard Tregoze A.P. and C.P.||578||613||717||765||960*||807||795||832||660||731||618||580||551||543||772|
|Lyneham A.P. and C.P.||833||814||910||1,030||1,317*||1,046||1,034||1,082||1,011||1,012||909||894||836||934||2,430|
|Maddington A.P. and C.P.||327||340||369||381||445||398*||396||399||402||343||343||357||349||329||See Shrewton C.P.|
|Maiden Bradley||See Bradley, Maiden|
|Malmesbury bor., A.P., and C.P.||1,491||1,609||1,976||2,169||2,367||2,443||2,400||2,250*||2,220||2,144||See Malmesbury St. Paul Within C.P., under Malmesbury M.B., and Malmesbury St. Paul Without C.P.|
|Burton Hill tith.||132||192||165||257||272|
|Cole and West Park tith.||43||37||43||40||22|
|Malmesbury Abbey A.P.||80||137||169||124||131||138||143||156||See under Malmesbury U.S.D.|
|Malmesbury U.S.D. and from 1886, M.B.; from 1934 M.B. and C.P.||3,1338 (fn. 267)||2,964 (fn. 267)||2,854||2,656||2,407||2,334||2,510 (fn. 268)|
|Brokenborough C.P. (part of)||61 (fn. 267)||See Westport St. Mary Within C.P.|
|Malmesbury Abbey C.P.||See Malmesbury Abbey A.P.||150||119||106||103||97||103||United as single C.P.|
|Malmesbury C.P. (part of); from 1894 Malmesbury, St. Paul Within C.P.||1,272 (fn. 269)||1,229 (fn. 269)||1,181 (fn. 269)||1,084||950||947|
|Westport St. Mary C.P. (part of); from 1894 Westport St. Mary Within C.P.||1,711 (fn. 269)||1,555 (fn. 269)||1,567 (fn. 269)||1,469||1,360||1,284|
|Malmesbury, St. Paul Without C.P.||Part of Malmesbury bor., A.P., and C.P., q.v., and Westport St. Mary A.P. and C.P., q.v.||974 (fn. 270)||996||952||1,003||1,550|
|Manningford C.P.||See Manningford Abbot's A.P. and C.P., Manningford Bohun Cp., and Manningford Bruce A.P. and C.P.||471 (fn. 271)|
|Manningford Abbot's A.P. and C.P.||131||134||159||165||148||119||139||97*||102||12||108||132||116||121||United single C.P.|
|Manningford Bohun C.P.||Tithing of Wilsford (N.) A.P., q.v.||233||240||229||215||195||158|
|Manningford Bruce A.P. and C.P.||213||222||222||261||265||275||252||249||254||250||237||240||222||194|
|Manton||Tithing of Preshute A.P., q.v.|
|Marden A.P. and C.P.||162||165||200||205||222||207||235||247||203||188||152||152||167||138||148|
|Market Lavington||See Lavington, Market|
|Marlborough bor., M.B., and U.S.D.; from 1925 M.B. and C.P.||2,367||2,579||3,038||3,426||3,391||3,908||3,684||3,660||3,343||3,012||3,046||4,401 (fn. 272)||4,194||3,492*||4,557 (fn. 273)|
|Marlborough, St.Mary A.P. and C.P.||1,122||1,223||1,601*||1,849||1,871||2,129||1,903||2,004||1,845||1,695||1,664||1,677||1,545||United assingle C.P. 1925|
|Marlborough, St. Peter And St. Paul A.P. and C.P.||1,245||1,356||1,437*||1,577||1,520*||1,1779||1,781||1,656*||1,498||1,317||1,435||1,432|
|Preshute Within C.P.||Part of Preshute A.P. and C.P., q.v.||1,289 (fn. 274)||1,217|
|Marlborough R.D.||6,390||5,494||5,412||4,496||4,175||4,346||See Marlborough and Ramsbury R.D.|
|Marlborough And RamsBury R.D.||See Marlborough R.D. and Ramsbury R.D.||11,005|
|Marston C.P.||Tithing of Potterne A.P., q.v.||164||173||139||123||108||96||132|
|Marston Meysey A.P. and C.P.||185||196||184||240||245*||237||215||179||185||188||184||199||204||232||185|
|Martin A.P. and C.P.||Chapelry of Highworth A.P., q.v.||348||387||363||396||374|
|Martin A.P. and C.P.||394||393||528||599||582||616||574||529||507||413||Transferred to Hants 1895|
|Martin, East tith.||69|
|Martin, West tith.||460|
|Toyd Farm with Allenford E.P.P.||17||See Toyd Farm and Allenford C.P.|
|Marten||Tithing of Bedwyn, Great bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Melchet Park lib. and C.P.||(fn. 275)||22||9*||27||31||30||29||41||53||37||Transferred to Hants 1895|
|Melksham Hundred||12,565 (fn. 276)||12,811||17,292||18,871||19,330||19,252||17,696||18,868||18,382|
|Melksham||4,030||4,110||4,765||4,722||3,423||5,011||4,251||4,301||See Melksham C.P.|
|Seend chap.||976||876||1,011||1,144||992||1,062||1,086||1,017||See Seend C.P.|
|Melksham C.P.||Part of Melksham A.P., q.v.||4,412||4,284||See Melksham U.D. and C.P., and Melksham Without C.P.|
|Melksham U.S.D.; from 1894 U.D. and C.P.||2,178 (fn. 277)||2,073 (fn. 277)||2,450 (fn. 277)||3,101||3,596 (fn. 278)||3,881||6,739 (fn. 279)|
|Melksham Without C.P.||Part of Melksham A.P. and C.P., q.v.||2,238 (fn. 277)||2,614||2,670 (fn. 278)||2,769||5,128 (fn. 279)|
|Mere A.P. and C.P.||2,091||2,211||2,422||2,708||3,139*||2,991*||2,929||3,161*||2,931||2,749||1,977||1,919||1,847||1,764||2,167|
|Zeals tith.||387||539||510||588||604||See Zeals C.P.|
|Mere R.D.||7,349 (fn. 280)||6,756 (fn. 280)||5,210||5,173||4,707||4,452||See Mere and Tisbury R.D.|
|Mere And Tisbury R.D.||See Mere R.D. and Tisbury R.D.||11,552|
|Milbourne||Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Mildenhall A.P. and C.P.||376||365||414||427||437 (fn. 281)||430||466||501*||454||464||422||426 (fn. 282)||457||496||414 (fn. 283)|
|Milford C.P.||Tithing of Laverstock and Ford until 1841 and of St. Martin's, Salisbury, after 1841||2,106||3,989||See Milford Within C.P. under Salisbury City and M.B., and Milford Without C.P.|
|Milford Without C.P.||See Milford C.P.||1,284||See Milford Within C.P. under Salisbury City and M.B., and Milford Without C.P.|
|Milston (And Brigmerston) A.P. and C.P.||139||100||98||107||110||133||130||133||155||154||121||144||162||142||154|
|Milton||Tithing of Knoyle, East A.P., q v.|
|Milton Lilborne A.P. and C.P.||573||542||632||660||709||677||697||659||599||590||532||538||507||530||551|
|Minety A.P.e and C.P.||In Glos||775 (fn. 284)||812||783*||718*||757||652||757||705||685||727|
|Monkton Farleigh||See Farleigh, Monkton|
|Moredon||Tithing of Rodbourne Cheney A.P., q.v.|
|Morgans Vale And Woodfalls C.P.||Part of Downton A.P. and C.P., q.v.||630 (fn. 285)||See Redlynch C.P.|
|Netheravon A.P.||479||403||464||508||505 (fn. 286)||551||546||557||582|
|Netheravon||365||423||463||See Netheravon C.P.|
|Chisenbury tith.||38||41||42||See Enford C.P.|
|Netheravon C.P.||Part of Netheravon A.P., q.v.||508 (fn. 286)||440||741*||728||769||1,032 (fn. 287)|
|Netherhampton A.P. and C.P.||167||135||147||143||149||142||132||168*||185||163||146||139||128||119||221h|
|Nethermore||See Tytherton Stanley and Nethermore, tthing of Chippenham bor. and A.P.|
|Nettleton A.P. and C.P.||338||395||423||448||536||565||632||567*||405||379||433||348*||350||337||489 (fn. 288)|
|Netton||Hamlet of Durnford A.P., q.v.|
|Newnton, Long A.P. and C.P.||196||219||306||307||305||294||277||277||291||323||293||301||284||Transferred to Glos. 1930|
|Newnton, North A.P. and C.P.||221||249||288||317||342||364||376||387||374||332 (fn. 289)||321||328||279||306||357|
|Rainscombe tith.||19||See Wilcot C.P.|
|Newton, South A.P. and C.P.||541||516||579||565||692*||706*||717||768||675||546 (fn. 290)||See Newton, South Within C.P. under Wilton M.B., and Newton, South Without C.P.|
|Burdens Ball tith.||112|
|Ugford chap.||45||See Burcombe, South C.P.|
|Newton, South (WithOut) C.P. (fn. 291)||Part of Newton, South A.P. and C.P., q.v.||454||478||407||436||436 (fn. 292)|
|Newton Tony A.P. and C.P.||286||282||282||268||324||316||351||343||333||292||407||306||316||302||304|
|No Man's Land E.P.P. and C.P.||See under Downton A.P.||149||173||149||131||134||155||125||127||131||125||See Redlynch C.P.|
|Norton Bavant A.P. and C.P.||264||254||268||279||285||274||261||284||264||163 (fn. 293)||155||192||144||138||128|
|Norton (Colepark) A.P. and C.P.||94||89||110||113||116||123||112||108||101||99 (fn. 294)||117||85||89||90||170 (fn. 295)|
|Nunton and Bodenham||221||234||286||309||307||276||282||323*||296||324||279||285||267||259||See odstock C.P.|
|Oakhill||Tithing of Froxfield A.P., q.v.|
|Oaksey A.P. and C.P.||363||372||385||494||614*||487||450||452||419||374||354||362||308||359||334|
|Odstock A.P. and C.P.||118||115||133||148||149||181||184||173||148||177||158||167||126||163||561 (fn. 296)|
|Ocbourne St. Andrew A.P. and C.P||434||351||415||489||511 (fn. 297)||493||518||514||442||386||414||428||425||422||359|
|Ocbourne St. George A.P. and C.P||406||400||493||548||522||593||534||548||477||461||465||482||465||435||1,381|
|Orcheston C.P.||See Orcheston St. George A.P. and C.P. and Orcheston St. Mary A.P. and C.P||417 (fn. 298)|
|Orcheston St. George A.P. and C.P.||160||141||177||219||234||228||236||235||193||181||184||173||189||229||See Orcheston C.P.|
|Orchestpm St. George||141|
|Orcheston St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||133||106||110||134||113||175||177||172||163||145||144||131||117||134|
|Overton, West tns.||172||563||734||718||457||414||703||650||See Overton, West C.P.|
|Overton, East tns.||172|
|Alton Priors chap.||178||161||166||205||194||253||207||221||See Alton Priors C.P.|
|Overton Heath E.P.P. and C.P.||(fn. 299)||(fn. 299)||(fn. 299)||(fn. 299)||25||24||19||28||24||34||See Fyfield C.P.|
|Overton, West C.P.||Part of Overton A.P., q.v||673||606||500||515||466||454||468|
|Overtown||Tithing of Wroughton A.P., q.v.|
|Oxenwood||Tithing of Shalbourne A.P., q.v.|
|Park, West||See cole and West Park, tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P.|
|Patney A.P. and C.P.||130||131||141||144||196||184||154*||151||142||106||127||108||85||113||133|
|Pertwood, Upper A.P.||15||12||23||29||24||29||30||32||38||See Knoyle, East C.P.|
|Pewsey A.P. and C.P.||1,179||1,209||1,337||1,588||1,825*||1,921*||2,027||1,930*||1,895||1,781||1,722||1,731||1,692||1,574||2,351|
|Pewham E.P.P. and C.P.||139||303||322||383||480||460||462||413||367||385 (fn. 300)||397||382||366||376||561|
|Pitton and Farley C.P.||chapelries of Alderbury A.P., q.v||546||489||407||396||414||406||452|
|Plaitford A.P.||232||215||276||263||267||330||248||220||174||164||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Poole Keynes A.P. and C.P.||135||147||146||169||184||192||180||165||138||129||Transferred to Glos. 1896|
|Porton||Tithing of Idmiston A.P., q.v.|
|Potterne and Cannings Hundred||6,846 (fn. 301)||7,198||7,880||9,039||10,000||8,284||8,095||7,813||7,789|
|Potterne||826||908||1,119||1,170||1,272||1,261||1,235||1,234||See Potterne C.P.|
|Marston tith.||152||158||192||175||179||168||190||170||See Marton C.P.|
|Worton tith.||326||286||298||302||311||349||401||350||See Worton C.P.|
|Potterne C.P.||Part of Potterne A.P., q.v||1,154||1,185||1,150||1,145||1,121||1,066||1,105 (fn. 302)|
|Poulshot A.P. and C.P.||308||334||323||348||372||335||334||355||340||315||309||285||300||316||309|
|Poulton A.P. (fn. 303)||306||305||309||368||371||Transferred to Glos. 1844|
|Preshute A.P. and C.P.||618||583||693||760||898*||1,227*||1,209||1,374*||1,837||1,311||1,622||See Preshute Within C.P. under Marlborough M.b., Preshute Without C.P., Mildenhall C.P., and North Savernake C.P.|
|Preshute Without C.P.||Part of Preshute A.P. and C.P., q.v||559*||556||615||216|
|Purton||1,696||1,714||2,081||2,033||2,038||2,294||See Purton C.P.|
|Braydon ham.||70||64||60||54||49||50||See Braydon C.P.|
|Purton C.P.||Part of Purton A.P., q.v||2,240||2,432||2,525||2,578||2,455||2,547||2,678|
|Quidhampton C.P.||Tithing of Fugglestone St. Peter A.P., q.v., and aprt of Bemerton C.P., q.v||370 (fn. 304) (fn. 305)|
|Rainscombe||Tithing of Newnton, North A.P., q.v.|
|Ramsbury A.P. and C.P.||1,963||2,095||2,335||2,290||2,552||2,696||2,533||2,480||2,329||2,164||1,779||1,784||1,504||1,575||1,466|
|Ramsbury R.D.||7,094||7,109||6,313||6,375||See Marlborough and Rambury R.D.|
|Redlynch C.P.||Part of Downton A.P. and C.P., q.v.||1,279 (fn. 306)||1,299||1,227||1,191||2,194 (fn. 307)|
|Ridge||Tithing of Chilmark A.P., q.v.|
|Rodbourne||Tithing of Malmesbury bor. and A.P., q.v|
|Rodbourne Cheney A.P. and C.P.||451||463||544||574||838*||600||670||877*||1,978||1,004 (fn. 308)||1,639*||1,913||2,115||See Swindon M.B. and C.P.; and Haydon Wick C.P.|
|Even Swindon tith||35||See Swindon C.P.|
|Haydon And Haydon Wick tith||367|
|Rollestone A.P. and C.P||34||40||41||39||49||46||52||47||32||28||35||41||152*||189||See Shrewton C.P.|
|Roundway C.P.||Part of southbroom C.P., q.v.||2,085 (fn. 309)||2,384||2,246||2,625*||3,335 (fn. 310)|
|Rowde A.P. and C.P.||796||997||961||1,016||1,095||1,128||1,142||1,146||1,192||1,195||See Rowde Within C.P. under devizes M.B., and Rowde Without C.P.|
|Rowde (Without) C.P.||Part of Rowde A.P. and C.P., q.v||878 (fn. 311)||873||850||868||825 (fn. 312)|
|Rowley||See Wingfield with Rowley|
|Rudge||Tithing of froxfield A.P., q.v.|
|Rushall A.P. and C.P||157||182||248||244||283||262||224||211||195||188||168||164||157||147||135|
|Salisbury City and bor.||7,668||8,243||8,763||9,876||10,086|
|Salisbury Cathedral Canons' Close lib||542||524||517||538||596*||525*||602*||536*||See under Salisbury City M.B. and U.S.D.|
|Salisbury St. Edmund A.P.||3,159||3,252||3,912||4,612||4,461||4,187||4,458||4,360*||See under Salisbury City M.B. and U.S.D.|
|Salisbury St. Martin A.P.||1,750||1,888||2,104||2,362||3,051||2,971||2,997||3,504*|
|St. Martin||1,750||1,888||2,104||2,362||2,555 (fn. 313)||2,384||2,366||2,631|
|Milford tith||See Laverstock and Ford A.P.||496||587||631||873*||See Milford C.P.|
|Salisbury St. Thomas A.P.||2,217||2,579||2,230||2,364||2,515*||2,359*||2,215||2,221||See under Salisbury City M.B. and U.S.D.|
|Salisbury City, M.B. and U.S.D.; from 1905 City, M.B., and C.P||11,657||12,278||12,903||14,792||15,533||17,117||21,217||22,861||26,460 (fn. 314)||32,91|
|Canons' Close C.P.||See Salisbury Cathedra, canons' Close lib.||630||684||810||United as single C.P. 1905|
|Fisherton Anger C.P. (part of); from 1894 Fisherton Anger Within C.P.||3,705 (fn. 315)||3,931 (fn. 315)||4,664 (fn. 315)|
|Milford C.P. (part of); from 1894 Milford Within C.P.||1,573 (fn. 315)||3,119 (fn. 315)||3,825 (fn. 315)|
|St. Edmund C.P||See Salisbury St. Edmund A.P.||4,160||3,649||3,443|
|St. Martin C.P.||Part of Salisbury St. Martin A.P., q.v.||2,689||2,421||2,776|
|St. Thomas C.P. Civil Parishes added 1905 and immediately formed into part of Salisbury C.P.||See Salisbury St. Thomas A.P.||2,035||1,1729||1,599|
|Fisherton Anger Without||See Fisherton Anger A.P. and Fisherton Anger Without C.P.|
|Harnham (fn. 316)||Part of Britford C.P. and East Harnham C.P.|
|Milford (fn. 317)||Part of Milford Without C.P. and Stratford-sub-Castle C.P.|
|Salisbury R.D.||See Alderbury R.D.||12,894||10,178||10,204||10,081||See Salisbury and Wilton R.D.|
|Salisbury And Wilton R.D.||See Salisbury R.D. and Wilton R. D.||18016|
|Saltertion||Hamlet of Durnford A.P., q.v.|
|Salthrop||Tithing of wroughton A.P., q.v|
|Sarum, Old E.P.P and C.P.||See under Stratford-Sub-Castle A.P||4||7||12||21||13||See Stratford-Sub-Castle C.P.|
|Savernake C.P.||See Savernake Park, North E.P.P. and C.P. and Savernake Park, South E.P.P||355 (fn. 318)|
|Savernake Park, North E.P.P. and C.P||67||79||127||110||112||103||108||89||108||93||85||146 (fn. 319)||145||230*||See Savernake C.P.|
|Savernake Park, South With Brimslade And Cadleyc E.P.P. and C.P.||133||103||110||186 (fn. 320)||187||225||230||256||218||212||202||194||147||157|
|Seagry A.P. and C.P.||233||227||215||234||231||261||263||226||151||202||201||212||215||230||See Sutton C.P.|
|Lower Seagry tith.||96|
|Upper Seagry tith||135|
|Sedgehill A.P. and C.P||199||190||213||235||198||179||194||216||192||176||154||160||154||120||144|
|Seend C.P.||Chapelry of Melksham A.P., q.v||919||929||897||940||934||873||865|
|Semington C.P.||Chapelry of Ashton, Steeple A.p., q.v||479||422||437 (fn. 321)||471||428||449||546|
|Semley A.P. and C.P.||493||540||675||700||736||699||699||728||686||643||620||628||556||465||500|
|Sevenhampton||Tithing of Highworth A.P., q. v|
|Sja;bpirme (part only until 1895) A.P. and C.P.||272||(fn. 322)||410||410||245||248||506||311||217||201||698 (fn. 322)||716||666||654||609 (fn. 323)|
|Shalbourne, West tns.||410||410|
|Shalbourne, West||Township of Shalbourne A.P., q.v|
|Sherringtion A.P. and C.P||134||133||165||179||194||189||187||186||157||154||120||97||122||86||96|
|Sherstion Magna A.P. and C.P||892||1,027||1,146||1,361||1,393||1,589||1,503||1,588*||1,556||1,349||See Sherston C.P.|
|Sherston Parva or Pinckney A.P. and C.P.||100||114||123||122||155||175||156||163||122||126|
|Sherston C.P. (fn. 324)||See Sherston Magna A.P. and C.P. and Sherston Pinckney A.P. and C.P.||1,359 (fn. 324)||1,271||1,070||1,145||1,310|
|Shinfield (west part) (fn. 325)||155||158||163||131||134||Transferred to Berks. 1844|
|Shorncote A.P.||14||13||25||29||33||29||19||29||37||18||See Somerford Keynes (fn. 326) (fn. 327)|
|Shrewton A.P. and C.P.||269||399||461||491||571||682||710||757||677||548||569||610||634||631||1,259 (fn. 328)|
|Shripple||Tithing of Idmiston A.P., q. v|
|Slaughterford A.P. and C.P.||124||110||121||115||156||126*||141||132||160||106 (fn. 328)||75||81||89||67||See Biddestone C.P.|
|Somerford, Great A.P. and C.P.||358||412||481||500||556 (fn. 329)||556||532||541||550||530||501||464||412||448||482|
|Somerford Keynes A.P. and C.P.||203||257||324||327||360||373||386||356||322||251||Transferred to Glos. 1896|
|Somerford Little A.P. and C.P.||255||251||330||376||357||337*||335||366||379||339||323||308||302||259||271|
|Sopworth A.P. and C.P.||180||165||222||222||216||220||214||197||195||139||126||130||138||143||115|
|Southbroom or Devizes St. James C.P.||Chapelry of Cannings, Bishop's A.P. q. v.||3,427||3,633||See under Devizes M.B., and Roundway|
|Sothwick C.P.||Tithing of Bradley, North A.P., q.v||999||1,028||871||801||754||826||717|
|Standlynch A.P.||41||37||42||31||40||65||90||107||94||72||See Downton C.P.|
|Standlynch With Chalton All Saints C.P. (fn. 330)||part of Downton A.P. and C.P., q.v||387 (fn. 330)||408||360||364||See Downton C.P.|
|Stanton Fitzwarren A.P. and C.P.||181||215||262||188||170||183||205||184*||192||166||166 (fn. 331)||160||163||134||157|
|Stanton St. Bernard A.P. and C.P.||297||296||332||319||362*||349||358||371||327||373||242||232||212||209||206|
|Stanton St. Quintin A.P. and C.P.||193||2l6||285||317||302||346||338||291*||295||255||268||256||236||259||1,184|
|Staple Hundred||See Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple Hundred|
|Stapleford A.P. and C.P.||233||249||305||337||296||309||260*||241||228||250||247||213||230||215||267|
|Staverton C.P.||Part of Trowbridge A.P. and C.P., q.v.||154 (fn. 332) (fn. 333) (fn. 334)||192||235||2l6||288|
|Steeple Ashton||See Ashton, Steeple|
|Steeple Langford||See Langford, Steeple|
|Stert A.P. and C.P.||130||136||193||185||See Urchfont A.P.||140||153||162c||149||112||114||121|
|Stockton A.P. and C.P.||224||224||267||274||307||300||288||264||235||251||220||200||188||177||268|
|Stoford||Tithing of Newton, South A.P., q.v.|
|Stoke Farthing||Tithing of Chalke, Broad A.P. and C.P., q.v.|
|Stoke Limpley C.P.||Chapelry of Bradford, Great A.P. and C.P., q.v.||414d||389||393||417||520|
|Stourton (part only until 1894 (fn. 335) ) A.P. and C.P.||306||635 (fn. 335)||346||350||357||371||365||342||323||238||470 (fn. 335)||453||418||399||361|
|Stowell||Tithing of Overton A.P., q.v.|
|Stratford-sub-Castle A.P. and C.P.||352||374||385||374||352||335||332||295*||318||321||375 (fn. 336)||281 (fn. 337)||268||231 (fn. 338)||256|
|Avon (S.) tith.||23|
|Sarum, Old E.P.P.||7||See Sarum, OldE.P.P. and C.P.|
|Stratford Tony A.P. and C.P.||119||100||148||125||156||165||161||148||106||115 (fn. 339)||89||112||86||90||100|
|Stratton St. Margaret A.P. and C.P.||596||680||745||924||1,565 (fn. 340) *||1,725*||1,642||2,527*||3,959*||3,232 (fn. 341)||3,367||3,689||3,628||4,3651*||7,761|
|Stratton St. Margaret||517||1,182|
|Stratton, Upper tith.||163||383|
|Surrendell||Tithing of Hullavington A.P., q.v.|
|Sutton Benger A.P. and C.P.||420||404||458||443||526*||436||406||376||356||354||356||354||327||336||664 (fn. 342) (fn. 343)|
|Sutton Mandeville A.P. and C.P.||252||225||250||256||275||309||289||269||231||204||204||188||199||175||166|
|Sutton Veny A.P. and C.P.||622||620||689||848||855*||860||794||88l||715||723 (fn. 344)||571||566||637||606||568 (fn. 345)|
|Swallowcliffe A.P. and C.P.||217||186||252||278||282||273||317||36l*||291||247||238||230||236||223||192|
|Swallowfield (part of) A.P.||(fn. 346)||537||636||716||722||Transferred to Berks. 1844|
|Swindon A.P. and C.P.; from 1899 M.B. and C.P.||1,198||1,341||1,580||1,742||2,459*||4,879*||6,856*||11,720||19,904*||33,001 (fn. 347)||45,006||50,751||54,920||62,40 (fn. 348)||68,953 (fn. 349)|
|Swindon, New U.D.||17,678||27,295||Dissolved 1900. See Swindon M.B. and C.P.|
|Swindon, Old U.D.||4,696||5,545|
|Swindon, Even||Tithing of Rodbourne Cheney A.P., q.v.|
|Teffont (fn. 350) C.P.||See Teffont Evias A.P. and C.P. and Teffont Mnona A.P. and C.P||297 (fn. 350)|
|Teffont Evias A.P. and C.P.||143||115||147||176||149||177||163||157||121||123||96||124||134||98||See Teffont C.P.|
|Teffont Magna A.P. and C.P.||199||206||220||213||264||281||292||288||292||232||192||226||220||172|
|Tetbury R.D. (part of)||356||373||370||Transferred to Glos. 1930|
|Tidcombe And Fosbury A.P. and C.P.||220||204||237||243||226||218||274||258||238||199||190 (fn. 351)||251||197||186||158 (fn. 352)|
|Tidpit||Tithing of Martin A.P., q.v.|
|Tidworth, North A.P. and C.P.||240||282||327||392||417||385||365||268||248||241||259||1,514*||1,253*||2,771*||4,916|
|Tilshead A.P. and C.P.||327||397||425||465||426||523||500||467*||473||393||376||394||395||610*||989|
|Tinhead||See Edington A.P. and C.P.|
|Tisbury A.P. (fn. 353)||1,961||2,019||2,122||2,259||See Tisbury, East A.P., Tisbury, West A.P., and Wardour A.P.|
|Tisbury C.P. (fn. 354)||See Tisbury, East A.P. and C.P. and Wardour A.P. and C.P.||1,387 (fn. 354)||1,599|
|Tisbury, East A.P. and and C.P. (fn. 355)||Part of Tisbury A.P., q.v||979 (fn. 355)||945||940||862*||894||869 (fn. 356)||769||828||729||See Tisbury C.P.|
|Tisbury, West A.P. and C.P. (fn. 355)||Part of Tisbury A.P., q.v||734 (fn. 355)||680||653||855*||799||712||695||697||691||635||516|
|Tisbury R.D.||9,306||8,597||7,714||7,803||7,277||6,664||See Mere and Tisbury R.D.|
|Tockenham A.P. and C.P.||124||132||153||164||263*||190||157||136||149||138||154||173||146||131||212|
|Tollard Royal A.P. and C.P.||238||267||288||286||324||356||377||384||280||247||196||185||128||148||140|
|Toyd Farm With Allen Ford E.P.P. and C.P.||See under Martin A.P||12||23||22||16||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Trowbridge A.P. and C.P.||5,799||6,075||9,545*||10,863||11,050*||11,148*||10,487||11,672*||11,394||11,901|
|Trowbridge||10,822||10,502||See Trowbridge U.C. and C.P.|
|Staverton tith.||228||646||See Staverton C.P.|
|Trowbridge U.S.D.; from 1897 U.D. and C.P.||11,040||11,717||11,526 (fn. 357)||11,815||12,130||12,011||13,859 (fn. 358)|
|Tytherington A.P.||(fn. 359)||106||147||132||119||93||111||101||See Heytesbury C.P.|
|Tytherington Kellaways A.P. and C.P.||12||19||15||20||35||15||18||21||26||29 (fn. 360)||See Kellaways C.P.|
|Tytherton Stanley||Tithing of Chippenham bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Ugford||Chapelry of Newton, South A.P., q.v.|
|Upavon A.P. and C.P.||430||408||464||498||512||510||508||489||484||471||456||430||767*||742||916|
|Upton||Tithing of Knoyle, East A.P., q.v.|
|Upton Lovell A.P. and C.P.||242||219||230||249||235||233||210||225||207||233||168||174||166||129||149|
|Upton Scudamore A.P. and C.P.||409||314||343||392||383||407||381||363||312||256 (fn. 361)||236||217||218||205||213 (fn. 362)|
|Urchfont A.P. and C.P.||1,190||1,244||1,294||1,389||1,711||1,604*||1,459||1,427||1,057||980||895||790||779||712||683|
|Stert||See Stert A.P||181||198||184||152||See Stert C.P.|
|Wanborough A.P. and C.P.||793||841||903||1,016||992||954||960||983||877||816 (fn. 363)||806||764||882||844||992|
|Wardour (fn. 364) A.P. and C.P.||Part of Tisbury A.P., q.v||706 (fn. 364) *||734*||710||679*||755||861 (fn. 365)||824||825||780||See Tisbury C.P.|
|Warminster A.P., U.D., and C.P.||4,932||4,866||5,612||6,115||6,211*||6,285*||5,995||5,786*||5,640||5,563 (fn. 366)||5,547||5,492||5,387||5,176||7,660 (fn. 367)|
|Warminster R.D.||8,200||7,470||6,234||5,957||6,006||5,334||See Warminster and Westbury R.D.|
|Warminster And Westbury R.D.||See Warminster R.D. and Westbury R.D||14,167|
|Wedhampton||Tithing of Urchfont A.P., q.v.|
|Wellow, West (part of A.P.||345||357||395*||394||421*||407||408||610||575||631||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Westbury bor., A.P., and C.P.||5,921||5,942||6,846 (fn. 368)||7,324||7,588*||7,029*||6,495*||6,396||6,014||5,634 (fn. 369)|
|Westbury tns.||1,837||1,799||2,117||2,495||3,631||6,308||See Westbury U.D. and C.P.|
|Bratton chap.||1,085||641||1,295||1,237||729||721||See Bratton C.P.|
|Dilton (Marsh) chap.||1,524||1,582||2,006||2,172||1,848||Given with West bury tns.||See Dilton (Marsh) C.P.|
|Hawkeridge tns.||Given with bratton||376||Given with Bratton||Given with Westbury tns.||See Westbury U.D. and C.P.|
|Heywood tns.||187||See Heywood C.P.|
|Leigh tns.||1,475||1,357||1,428||1,420||1,380||See Westbury U.D. and C.P.|
|Westbury U.D. and C.P.||Part of westbury bor., A.P., and C.P.||3,305||3,433 (fn. 370)||3,712||4,044||5,260|
|Westbury And WhorWellsdown R.D.||10,650||10,166||6,399||6,610||6,612||6,584||See Warminster and Westbury R.D.|
|Westlecott||Tithing of Wroughton A.P., q.v.|
|Westport St. Mary A.P. and C.P.||702||720||1,023||1,286||1,504||1,661||1,615||1,744*||1,867||1,669 (fn. 371)||(fn. 372)|
|Westrop||Tithing of Highworth A.P., q.v.|
|Westwood with Iford A.P. and C.P.||446||435||462||390*||631*||605*||469||543*||516||540 (fn. 373)||507||485||468||488||915 (fn. 374)|
|Wexcome||Tithing of bedwyn, Great, bor. and A.P., q.v.|
|Whaddon A.P. and C.P.||36||48||63||58||50||44||40||53||51||18th||See Semington C.P.|
|Whidhil||Tithing of Cricklade St. Sampson A.P., q.v.|
|Whiteparish A.P. and C.P.||877||923||1,169||1,254||1,225||1,344||1,255||1,148*||1,100||1,037||823 (fn. 375) (fn. 376)||873||839||787||847|
|Earldoms E.P.P.||51||See Earldoms E.P.P. and C.P.|
|Whitsbury A.P. and C.P.||132||129||156||183||186||170||204||178||184||147||Transferred to Hants 1894|
|Whittonditch||Tithing of Ramsbury A.P., q.v.|
|Wick||Tithing of Oaksey A.P., q.v.|
|Wick||Tithing of Kemble A.P., q.v.|
|Wick with Walton||Tithing of Downton A.P., q.v.|
|Wilcot (fn. 377) A.P. and C.P.||5670||566||695||677||677||702||651||601*||563||548*||494||529||531||547||578|
|Wilsford (N.) (fn. 378) A.P.||387||416||487||512||587||575||521||506*|
|Wilsford||224||232||259||270||304||306||267||241||See Wilsford (N.) C.P.|
|Manningford Bohun tith.||163||184||228||242||283||269||254||265||See Manningford Bohun C.P.|
|Wilsford (N.) (fn. 379) C.P.||Part of Wilsford (N.) A.P., q.v||204||174||128||130||142||152||115|
|Wilsford (S.) (fn. 380) A.P. and C.P.||99||100||120||119||123||135||140||162*||161||197 (fn. 381)||158||199||512*||207*||205|
|Wilton bor., A.P., U.S.D., and C.P.||2,144||1,963||2,058*||1,997*||1,698*||1,804||1,930||1,871*||1,826||See under Wilton M.B.|
|Ditchampton (part of) ham.||58|
|Wilton M.B. (fn. 382); from 1894 M.B. and C.P.||2,120 (fn. 382)||2,203||2,124||2,021||2,195||2,858 (fn. 383)|
|Wilton C.P.||See Wilton bor., A.P., U.S.D., and C.P.||1,922 (fn. 384)||United as single C.P.|
|Burcombe, South (part of) C.P.||81|
|Fugglestone St. Peter (part of) C.P.||46|
|South Newton (part of) C.P.||71|
|Wilton R.D.||8,424||7,774||7,467||8,079||8,064||5,814||See Salisbury and Wilton R.D.|
|Wingfield with Rowley A.P. and C.P.||290||331||354||288||305||305||362||344||354||302 (fn. 385)||277||261||252||242||294 (fn. 386)|
|Winsley C.P.||Chapelry of Bradford, Great A.P. and C.P., q.v.||636||718||873||900||1,024|
|Winterbourne C.P. (fn. 387)||See Winterbourne Dauntsey A.P. and C.P., Winterbourne Earls A.P. and C.P., and Winterbourne Gunner A.P. and C.P.||1,776 (fn. 387)|
|Winterbourne Bassett A.P. and C.P.||218||203||291||288||275||289||249||265||262||271||239||233||178||204||163|
|Winterbourne Dauntsey A.P. and C.P.||120||125||150||161||166||187||171||164||158||136||150||159||159||176||See Winterbourne C.P.|
|Winterbourne Earls A.P. and C.P.||189||191||210||243||221||281||276||287||241||237||216||227||250||242|
|Winerbourne Gunner A.P. and C.P.||136||94||132||166||144||167||150||147||171||166||158||157||175||292*|
|Winterbourne Monkton A.P. and C.P.||177||164||201||263||251||245||214||244||219||210||182||215||194||162||189|
|Winterbourne Stoke A.P. and C.P.||256||215||281||272||328||365||383||293*||299||249||224||254||205||196||205|
|Winterslow, East and West A.P. and C.P.||694||677||748||749||838*||913||904||924||867||786 (fn. 388)||800||844||788||865||1,022 (fn. 90)|
|Wishford||Tithing of Newton, South A.P., q.v.|
|Wishford, Great A.P. and C.P.||346||291||372||361||358||378||381||381||358||335||283||249||258||239||234|
|Witherington||Tithing of Downton A.P., q.v.|
|Wolfhall||Tithing of Bedwyn, Great bor, and A.P., q.v.|
|Wokingham (part of (fn. 389) (fn. 390) ) A.P.||254||280||320||447||470||Transferred to Berks. 1844|
|Woodborough A.P. and C.P.||326||325||335||372||426||424||406||363*||397||424||360||367||331||314||310|
|Woodford A.P. and C.P.||345||322||363||397||489||496||500||523||441||427||408||422||477||418||455|
|Woodlands and Chaddenwicke||Tithing of Mere A.P., q.v.|
|Woolley||See Leigh and Woolley, tithing of Bradford, Great A.P.|
|Wootton Bassett bor., A.P. and C.P.||1,244||1,390||1,701||1,896||2,990*||2,123||2,191||2,392*||2,237||2,200||2,258||1,991||2,112||2,419||3,419|
|Wootten Rivers A.P. and C.P.||313||367||400||405||470||427||444||432||389||331||332||325||275||256||247|
|Worton C.P.||Tithing of Potterne A.P., q.v.||340||303||318||310||282||289||327|
|Wraxall, North A.P. and C.P.||304||324||345||415||481||450||466||483||454||371||383||399||312||302||311|
|Wraxall, South C.P.||Chapelry of Bradford, Great A.P., q.v.||305 (fn. 391)||280||301||315||458 (fn. 392)|
|Wroughton A.P. and C.P.||1,100||1,202||1,381||1,545||1,963*||1,645||1,721*||2,087||2,225||2,511||2,448||2,383||2,462||2,641 (fn. 393)||4,085 (fn. 394)|
|Wylye A.P. and C.P.||352||427||466||476||508||510||489||512||487||414||411||392||356||313||400 (fn. 395)|
|Yatesbury A.P. and C.P.||234||218||234||274||251||231||238||211||148||129||140||156||140||See Cherrill C.P.|
|Yatton Keynell A.P. and C.P.||353||384||430||419||492||516||554||577||520||520||521||488||446||440||426|
|Zeals C.P.||Tithing of Mere A.P. and C.P., q.v.||440 (fn. 396)||434||379||368||467|