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Reference D
Covering dates c1220-1998
Held by Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Extent 368 series
Archival history The records listed here are those of the bishop of Salisbury, the archdeacons of Salisbury and Wiltshire, the sub-dean of Salisbury and the peculiars; and also records of the bishop of Bristol relating to Dorset, and the archdeacon of Dorset. Before they were moved to the record office at Wren Hall, they were kept in three separate repositories: first, the muniment room in the Exeter Street gatehouse of the bishop's palace; second, the Diocesan Registry itself, at no. 6, The Close; and third, the so-called Dean's Registry over the north porch of the cathedral (Pilgrim Trust: Survey of Ecclesiastical Archives. Report, 1946.) The records kept in the first were the bishop's and had formerly been kept in the Beauchamp Tower of the bishop's palace (Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, vol. XLI, p.97). Those in the registry included records of the bishop, the archdeacons and the peculiars, and some of them had also been in the Beauchamp Tower. The third place, the Dean's Registry, contained the records of the peculiars, the archdeacons and most of the Dorset ones; those of the peculiars and archdeacons had been brought there in 1812 from their separate registries, and the Dorset ones in 1928 (Salisbury Diocesan Gazette, September 1939, article by C. R. Everett).
All these repositories had become over-crowded and inconvenient, and in about 1951 the records began to be moved into the main hall of the former cathedral school at 56 The Close, known as Wren Hall. The transfer of the records was carried out under the direction of Dr. A.E.J. Hollaender, who had been appointed Honorary Archivist to the diocese shortly before. By October 1960, when the agreement with the County Council for setting up a record office came into effect, nearly all the records listed here had been moved to Wren Hall. The list does, however, include a few which came later and from other places, and in particular, records from the registry of the archdeacon of Dorset and from the Dorset County Record Office; also some odd groups and items which were found among the probate records transferred from Somerset House to the Wiltshire County Record Office.
In 1980 it was decided that the premises at Wren Hall were no longer adequate, so the records were transferred to the Diocesan Record Office at County Hall, Trowbridge.
Creators Church of England, Diocese of Salisbury
Related information Records of Diocesan Societies, Associations and Organisations deposited as other accessions in the Record Office:
Diocesan Guild of Ringers 2296
Salisbury Theological College 2308
Warminster St. Denys' Convent 2969
Warminster St. Boniface's College 1673
Sarum St. Michael Teacher Training College 1585
Diocesan Organists' Association: Trowbridge, Devizes and District Branch 3348

Administrative history:
Until 1542 the diocese of Salisbury covered Wiltshire, Berkshire and Dorset. In 1542 Dorset was transferred to the newly formed diocese of Bristol (except for those parishes which were, and remained, Salisbury peculiars), but in 1836 it was transferred back to Salisbury. Also in 1836, Berkshire went to the diocese of Oxford; and in 1837 the deaneries of Cricklade and Malmesbury, in the north of Wiltshire, were transferred to the see of Gloucester and Bristol.
Each of the counties of Dorset and Berkshire formed one archdeaconry until Dorset was divided into two in 1919. Wiltshire was divided into two main archdeaconries, Wiltshire and Salisbury, covering respectively the northern and southern parts of the county, and a minor one called the sub-deanery of Salisbury. This covered the three city parishes of Salisbury and also Stratford-sub-Castle. The registries and records of the Wiltshire archdeaconries, unlike the others, have always been in Salisbury, and in fact their registrars were often the same person as the bishop's registrar. The archdeacon of Berkshire's registry, however, was in Oxford from at least the early 16th century until some time between 1878 and 1920, when it was moved to Reading. The records, which were at one time kept in St. Aldate's church, are now in the Berkshire Record Office and there are none in Salisbury. The registry of the archdeaconry of Dorset was at Blandford until the latter part of the 19th century, when it moved to Sherborne. In 1919 two new archdeaconries of Sherborne and Dorset were established, whose registries effectively ceased operating by 1995.
PARISHES AND CHAPELRIES IN PECULIAR JURISDICTIONS
There were about 27 peculiar jurisdictions in the diocese, nearly all with their separate registries; from all but two or three of these the bishop was completely excluded so far as judicial and administrative matters went, as were the archdeacons, so that their records contain nothing about the parishes in these jurisdictions. By far the biggest was that of the dean of Salisbury; this covered not only more than 40 parishes and chapelries in Wiltshire, Berkshire and Dorset, but had supervisory authority over about 38 more, being the parishes in the prebendal peculiars or in peculiars which had originated as prebendal ones. There were a few peculiars which were quite independent of the dean as well as of the bishop, and never inhibited. They were those of the dean and chapter, the precentor, the treasurer, Gillingham, and the prebendary of Chute in respect of his jurisdiction over Winterbourne Dauntsey. Three more have left no trace among the diocesan archives: Ansty was a royal peculiar and there are no records for it before the latter part of the 19th century, either separately or with those of the bishop; and neither Castle Combe nor Corsham has left a separate collection though they occur in the ordinary way among the bishop's records. The reason for this is not known in the case of Castle Combe, but with Corsham it was because the bishop had concurrent jurisdiction with the vicar, to whom the peculiar belonged. Besides the above there were 11 parishes and chapelries in the bishop's own peculiar. These were: Trowbridge and its chapelry of Staverton (which had, up to the beginning of the 17th century, formed a separate peculiar as well as coming under the bishop), Marlborough St. Mary and St. Peter, Preshute, Devizes St. Mary and St. John, Potterne, West Lavington, Stert and Berwick St. James. The archdeacons were excluded from these parishes, but the bishop dealt with them in the ordinary course of his business, as well as visiting them at extra times. The peculiars were abolished in 1846, by Order in Council, though that of the dean lingered on for some time.
Ten parishes in Dorset were Bristol peculiars (see list below):
Berkshire
Parish Arborfield Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Aston Upthorpe, in Blewbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Blewbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Coxwell, Little, in Faringdon Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Faringdon
Parish Faringdon Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Faringdon
Parish Hungerford Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Canons of Windsor
Parish Hurst Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Ruscombe Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Sandhurst Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Sonning Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Upton, in Blewbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Wantage Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Canons of Windsor
Parish Wokingham Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Devon
Parish Uffculme Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Uffculme
Dorset
Parish Alton Pancras Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Anderson (or Winterborne Anderstone) Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Beaminster Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Netherbury in Ecclesia
Parish Beer Hackett Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Bere Regis Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Bloxworth Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Bourton, in Gillingham Peculiar Jurisdiction Gillingham
Parish Canford Magna (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Great Canford and Poole
Parish Castleton, in Sherborne Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Caundle Marsh Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Chardstock (now in Devon) Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Chardstock
Parish Charminster Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Chetnole, in Yetminster Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Yetminster and Grimstone
Parish Clifton Maybank Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Compton, Nether Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Compton, Over Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Corfe Castle (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Corfe Castle
Parish Corfe Mullen (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Sturminster Marshall
Parish Folke Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Fordington Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Fordington and Writhlington
Parish Gillingham Peculiar Jurisdiction Gillingham
Parish Halstock Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Lyme and Halstock
Parish Hamworthy (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Sturminster Marshall
Parish Haydon Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Hermitage Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Holnest Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Leigh, in Yetminster Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Yetminster and Grimstone Lillington
Parish Long Burton Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Lyme Regis Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Lyme and Halstock
Parish Lytchett Minster (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Sturminster Marshall
Parish Mapperton Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Milton Abbas (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Milton Abbas
Parish Motcombe, in Gillingham Peculiar Jurisdiction Gillingham
Parish Netherbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Netherbury in Ecclesia
Parish Oborne Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Poole (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Great Canford and Poole
Parish Preston Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Preston
Parish Ryme Intrinsica Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Sherborne Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Stockwood Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Stourpaine Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Stratton Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Sturminster Marshall (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Sturminster Marshall
Parish Sutton Poyntz, in Preston Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Preston
Parish Thornford Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Turner's Puddle Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Wambrook (now in Somerset) Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Chardstock
Parish Wimborne Minster (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Wimborne Minster
Parish Winterborne Kingston Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Winterborne Tomson Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Woolland (Bristol) Peculiar Jurisdiction Milton Abbas
Parish Wootton, North Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Yetminster Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Yetminster and Grimstone
Wiltshire
Parish Alderbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Treasurer
Parish Baydon Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Bedwyn, Great Peculiar Jurisdiction Lord Warden of Savernake Forest
Parish Bedwyn, Little Peculiar Jurisdiction Lord Warden of Savernake Forest
Parish Berwick Bassett Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Calne
Parish Bishopstone, North Wiltshire Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Bishopstone
Parish Blackland Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Calne
Parish Blunsdon, Broad, in Highworth Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Highworth
Parish Bramshaw (now in Hampshire) Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Bratton, in Westbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Precentor
Parish Britford Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Burbage Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Hurstbourne and Burbage
Parish Calne Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Calne (Treasurer's Peculiar)
Parish Cannings, Bishop's Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Cherhill Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Calne (Treasurer's Peculiar)
Parish Chute Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Chute and Chisenbury
Parish Collingbourne Ducis Peculiar Jurisdiction Lord Warden of Savernake Forest
Parish Coombe Bissett Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Coombe and Harnham
Parish Deverill, Hill Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Dilton, in Westbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Precentor
Parish Durnford Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Durnford
Parish Farley Peculiar Jurisdiction Treasurer
Parish Figheldean Peculiar Jurisdiction Treasurer
Parish Harnham, West Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Coombe and Harnham
Parish Heytesbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Highworth Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Highworth
Parish Homington Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Horningsham Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Knook Dean
Parish Marston, South, in Highworth Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Highworth
Parish Mere Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Netheravon Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Netheravon
Parish Ogbourne St. Andrew Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Canons of Windsor
Parish Ogbourne St. George Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Canons of Windsor
Parish Pitton Peculiar Jurisdiction Treasurer
Parish Ramsbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Salisbury, Cathedral Close Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Sevenhampton, in Highworth Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Highworth
Parish Shalbourne (formerly partly in Berkshire) Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Canons of Windsor
Parish Southbroom, in Bishop's Cannings Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter
Parish Staverton, in Trowbridge Peculiar Jurisdiction Trowbridge
Parish Swallowcliffe Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Trowbridge Peculiar Jurisdiction Trowbridge
Parish Tytherington, in Heytesbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Dean
Parish Westbury Peculiar Jurisdiction Precentor
Parish Wilsford (with Lake) Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Wilsford and Woodford
Parish Winterbourne Dauntsey Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Chute and Chisenbury
Parish Woodford Peculiar Jurisdiction Prebend of Wilsford and Woodford

Contents:
The earlier documents cover four main areas; administration, court records, visitation records and non-contentious court records, while the 'modern', documents also include management, personnel, welfare and missionary and the Diocesan Council of Education.
Bishop of Salisbury
Archdeacons of Salisbury
Archdeacon of Wiltshire
Sub-Dean of Salisbury
Dean of Salisbury
Prebend of Bishopstone
Prebend of Chute and Chisenbury
Prebend of Coombe and Harnham
Prebend of Durnford
Prebend of Highworth
Prebend of Hurstbourne and Burbage
Prebend of Netheravon
Prebend of Wilsford and Woodford
Prebend of Chardstock
Prebend of Fordington
Prebend of Lyme and Halstock
Prebend of Netherbury
Prebend of Preston
Prebend of Yetminster and Grimstone
Prebend of Uffculme
Peculiar of the Lord Warden of Savernake Forest
Peculiar of Trowbridge
Peculiar of the Dean and Canons of Windsor
Peculiar of the Dean and Chapter
Peculiar of the Precentor
Peculiar of the Treasurer
Peculiar of Gillingham
Bishop of Bristol: Sub-Registry for Dorset
Archdeacon of Dorset
Archdeacon of Sherborne
'MODERN' DIOCESAN RECORDS
Management
Personnel
Property
Welfare and Missionary
Miscellaneous
Diocesan Council of Education



BISHOP OF SALISBURY  [no ref. or date]

ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

Parish Clerks  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/15  1721-1867

Contents:
Nominations and certificates of nomination. The clerk was usually nominated by the incumbent and licensed by the bishop.
Jonathan Haseldon, Potterne. 1721
Thomas Bacon, Salisbury St Edmund (and testimonial). 1728
William Bunce, no parish given. 1729
Thomas Spencer, Clewer, Berks. 1729
Samuel Field, Newbury, Berks. 1729
John Headach, senior, Yattendon, Berks. 1729
John Smith, St Lawrence, Reading, Berks. 1731
Edward Orpen, Bradford on Avon. 1731
Francis Drake, Rowde. 1732
John Higgins, senior, Marcham, Berks. 1732
Henry Hayes, Kintbury, Berks. 1733
William Yeomans, Speen, Berks. 1734
Matthew Shepherd, Keevil. 1735
Bartholomew Ducket, Thatcham, Berks. 1736
John Punter, Sherston. 1737
Christopher Abery, St. Mary's, Reading, Berks. 1738
Thomas Allen, Wargrave, Berks. (testimonial) 1738
Henry Jarmon, Warminster. 1739
Thomas Whittaker, junr., New Windsor, Berks. 1739
Richard Dore, Hampstead Marshall, Berks. 1741
John Skillin, Cricklade St Sampson and Cricklade St Mary. 1741
Edward Mullins, Box. 1741
Nicholas Bailey, Potterne. 1744
Richard Gibbs, North Bradley. 1744
Edward Barnard, Sutton Benger. 1746
John Rymell, Corsley. 1746
William Snow, St Helen's, Abingdon, Berks. 1747
James Mayress, Wootton Bassett. 1747
Richard Allen, Wargrave, Berks. 1747
Edward Hayter, Laverstock. 1748
Thomas Jacob, Great Faringdon, Berks. 1749
William Marshall, St Lawrence, Reading, Berks. 1750
James Tirrell, Trowbridge. 1752
William Penn, Hampstead Norris, Berks. 1752
Edmund Hill, Chippenham. 1753
Thomas Wakeham, Collingbourne Kingston. 1755
John Spencer, Clewer, Berks. 1755
Thomas Leggatt, St. Giles, Reading, Berks. 1755
Lawrence Wells, Bray, Berks. 1756
John Willis, St Lawrence, Reading, Berks. 1756
Mordecai Haman the younger, Shaw, Berks. 1756
Edward May, Corsham. 1759
John Gumbleton, West Grimstead. 1760
Christopher Abery, St Mary's, Reading, Berks. 1761
Edward Greenhill, Corsley. 1761
Thomas Battin, Great Bedwyn. 1762
Jonathan Bushnell, Blewbury, Berks. 1762
Thomas Penny, Whiteparish. 1762
Charles Shepherd, Wokingham, Berks. 1763
Thomas Hill, Hurst, Berks. 1764
William Knap, junr., Westwood. 1765
William Maggs, Horningsham. 1766
Richard James, St Lawrence, Reading, Berks. 1770
Anthony Woodrouffe, Newbury, Berks. 1773
William Haman, Shaw, Berks. 1773
John Skillin, Cricklade St Sampson and Cricklade St Mary. 1773
Edward Winbolt, Thatcham, Berks. 1774
William Read, Lyme Regis, Dorset. 1775
James Hulbert, Christian Malford. 1776
David Brake, Yetminster, Leigh and Chetnole, Dorset. 1778
Thomas Dee, Winkfield, Berks. With some related correspondence. 1779
Edward Kibblewhite, caveat as he has served as clerk for 22 years 1781
Stephen Pullin, glover, Ramsbury. 1784
Jacob Skull, Edington. 1789
Richard Brooks, St John's and St Mary's, Devizes. 1789
Daniel Liddiard, weaver, Aldbourne. 1793
Joseph Harper, tailor, Chilton Foliat. 1793
George Beck, tailor, St Mary's, Reading, Berks. 1794
Andrew Read, Gillingham, Dorset. 1795
Robert Godfrey, Milton, Berks. 1795
Richard Hitchman, East Hendred, Berks. 1795
Robert Goatley, Speen, Berks. 1796
Stephen Jee, Everleigh. 1798
Edward Southernwood, Rowde. 1798
Robert Hayward, Chirton. 1799
Thomas Goodfellow, Fovant. 1799
Christopher Skinner, Castle Eaton. 1802
Paul Wootten, Bromham. With a letter. 1804
William Nightingale, Trowbridge. 1806
William Sharps, St Mary's, Marlborough. 1808
Benjamin White, Warminster. 1812
Thomas Mullins, St John's and St Mary's, Devizes. 1814
Thomas Godwin, Cricklade St Sampson. 1815
Joseph Grace, Blewbury, Berks. 1815
Thomas Telling, Leigh in Ashton Keynes. 1816
John Cobbett, New Windsor, Berks. 1817
James Bromley, Sonning, Berks. 1819
John Packer Fawkes, Cricklade St Sampson. 1820
George Forster, Limpley Stoke. 1821
Charles Whipp, Faringdon, Berks. 1826
Mark Wiggins, cordwainer, St Lawrence, Reading, Berks. 1833
Abel Whittle, Wyke Regis, Dorset. 1848
Henry Fooks, Melcombe Regis, Dorset. 1851
Moses Soper, Amesbury. 1867

Patronage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/16/1  1661-1684

Contents:
File of papers concerning disputes over patronage, 1661, 1674-1684. The papers include citations, articles to be enquired into by the jury, jurors' verdicts, acts of the inquisition, letters, etc. The disputes concern the following benefices: Finchampstead, Letcombe Bassett, Somerford Magna, Tilehurst, Yatesbury, Upton Scudamore, Codford St Peter and Chilmark.

[no title]  D/1/16/2  1713

Contents:
Verdict of the jury sworn to try the patronage of Norton.

[no title]  D/1/16/3  1790

Contents:
Note-book containing a bargain and sale of the advowson of Milton, Berks., endorsed by the patron with his reasons for residence by the rector in the benefice.

Papers concerning transfers of rights of patronage.  D/1/16/4  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/16/4/1/1  1928-1935

Contents:
Applications to register the transfer of patronage rights

[no title]  D/1/16/4/1/2  1937-1960

Contents:
Applications to register the transfer of patronage rights

[no title]  D/1/16/4/1/3  1961-1976

Contents:
Applications to register the transfer of patronage rights

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/1  1931-1945

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/2  1946-1950

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/3  1951-1955

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/4  1956-1960

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/5  1961-1965

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/6  1966-1970

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

[no title]  D/1/16/4/2/7  1972-1976

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers involving proposals to transfer rights of patronage

Preaching  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/17/1  1668-1673

Contents:
Licences for priests, including beneficed clergy to preach throughout the diocese. Includes several incumbents whose institutions are not recorded in the bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/1  1668

Contents:
Laurence Pocock, [curate] of West Ilsley, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/2  1668

Contents:
John Flood, [vicar] of Cricklade St.Sampson.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/3  1668

Contents:
John Scawen, [rector of Ashley].

[no title]  D/1/17/1/4  1669

Contents:
Walter White, rector of Brixton Deverill.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/5  1671

Contents:
Richard Bowman, vicar of Potterne.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/6  1671

Contents:
Zacchaeus Breedon, [rector] of South Moreton, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/7  1671

Contents:
Deveraux Bellinger, [vicar] of North Moreton, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/8  1671

Contents:
Thomas Wight, rector of West Hendred, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/9  1671

Contents:
Henry Tompson, vicar of Swindon.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/10  1671

Contents:
John Orchard, rector of Eaton Hastings, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/11  1671

Contents:
Henry Dudley, [vicar] of Great Hinton.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/12  1671

Contents:
John Torbuck, rector of Ludgershall.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/13  1671

Contents:
Thomas Tanner, vicar of Market Lavington.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/14  1671

Contents:
Gabriel Thistlethwaite, rector of Winterslow.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/15  1671

Contents:
Edward Hillary, rector of Compton Beauchamp, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/16  1671

Contents:
William Hathway, [rector] of Hatford, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/17  1671

Contents:
Nicholas Adee, [vicar] of Rodbourne Cheney.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/18  1671

Contents:
William Bathe, vicar of Purton.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/19  1671

Contents:
Bernard Babb, [vicar] of Ingleshm

[no title]  D/1/17/1/20  1671

Contents:
Thomas Doverdale, curate of Preshute.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/21  1671

Contents:
Timothy Dewell, [rector] of Lydiard Tregoze.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/22  1671

Contents:
Samuel Bedell, rector of Tollard Royal.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/23  1671

Contents:
Thomas Easton, rector of Beechingstoke.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/24  1671

Contents:
John Giddings, [vicar] of Charlton [near Malmesbury].

[no title]  D/1/17/1/25  1671

Contents:
Augustine Haytor, rector of Sutton Mandeville.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/26  1671

Contents:
Nathaniel Hancocke, [ curate] of Donhead St. Mary.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/27  1671

Contents:
Thomas Mills, rector of Teffont Evias.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/28  1671

Contents:
James Filks, curate of Box.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/29  1671

Contents:
Francis Greene, vicar of Whiteparish.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/30  1671

Contents:
Godfrey Jenkinson, vicar of Stratton St. Margaret.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/31  1671

Contents:
Robert Olden, rector of Pertwood.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/32  1671

Contents:
Anthony Delacourt, vicar of Tilshead.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/33  1671

Contents:
John Redman, vicar of Chitterne St. Mary.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/34  1671

Contents:
John Skeate, vicar of Wootton Bassett.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/35  1671

Contents:
Thomas Jacob, vicar of Enford.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/36  1672

Contents:
John Drew, rector of Stourton.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/37  1672

Contents:
Thomas Holloway, vicar of Kemble.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/38  1672

Contents:
John Hayes, rector of Castle Combe.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/39  1673

Contents:
Thomas Aylesbury, rector of Corsley.

[no title]  D/1/17/1/40  1673

Contents:
John Gane, curate of Tisbury.

[no title]  D/1/17/2  1674-1677

Contents:
Licences for priests, including beneficed clergy to preach throughout the diocese. Includes several incumbents whose institutions are not recorded in the bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/1  1674

Contents:
Richard Broadhead, rector of Little Cheverell.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/2  1674

Contents:
Robert Keylway, rector of Trowbridge.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/3  1674

Contents:
Matthew Abell, curate of Hinton Waldrist, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/4  1674

Contents:
Edward Pococke, [curate] of Childrey, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/5  1674

Contents:
[John Martin], vicar of Bishop's Lavington.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/6  1674

Contents:
Thomas Hoskins, rector of Stanton Fitzwarren.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/7  1674

Contents:
Thomas Lewes, vicar of Bradford.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/8  1674

Contents:
Nathaniel Foster, [rector of Allington].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/9  1674

Contents:
William Gale, vicar of Downton.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/10  1674

Contents:
Arthur Charlet, [rector] of Collingbourne Ducis.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/11  1674

Contents:
Thomas Derby, [vicar of South Damerham].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/12  1674

Contents:
Robert Haysome jun., [rector of Little Langford].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/13  1674

Contents:
Thomas Smyth, rector of Semley.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/14  1674

Contents:
William Winksted, curate of Boyton.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/15  1674

Contents:
Robert Skaife, vicar of Sparsholt, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/16  1674

Contents:
John Brinsden, vicar of Winterbourne Monkton.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/17  1675

Contents:
William Smart.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/18  1675

Contents:
Isaac Gwinnet, [vicar of Ashton Keynes].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/19  1676

Contents:
Nathan Coooper, [vicar of Chirton].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/20  1676

Contents:
Timothy Thorne, [vicar of Norton Bavant].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/21  1676

Contents:
David Collier, [vicar of Great Coxwell, Berks.]

[no title]  D/1/17/2/22  1676

Contents:
John Houndsden, [vicar of Letcombe Regis, Berks.]

[no title]  D/1/17/2/23  1676

Contents:
John Binnion, [vicar of St. Paul, Malmesbury].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/24  1676

Contents:
John Beale, [rector of North Wraxall].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/25  1676

Contents:
William Peacocke, [rector of Aston Tirrold, Berks.]

[no title]  D/1/17/2/26  1676

Contents:
George Child, [rector of Littleton Drew].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/27  1676

Contents:
John Hayward of Pewsey.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/28  1676

Contents:
Thomas Kingston, [vicar of Shrivenham, Berks.].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/29  1677

Contents:
Thomas Sartaine, curate of Holt and Atworth.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/30  1677

Contents:
John White, vicar of Avebury.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/31  1677

Contents:
Francis Henry Cary, rector of Brinkworth.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/32  1677

Contents:
Francis Turvile, vicar of Fisherton Delamere.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/33  1677

Contents:
John Byrom, rector of Stanton St. Quintin.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/34  1677

Contents:
John Cooke, curate of Edington.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/35  1677

Contents:
Samuel Gwynne, rector of Fyfield and curate of Ebbesbourne Wake.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/36  1677

Contents:
Richard Osgood, rector of Donhead St. Mary.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/37  1677

Contents:
John Bishop, curate of Broad Chalke.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/38  1677

Contents:
Richard Cooper, curate of Bishopstone [S. Wilts.].

[no title]  D/1/17/2/39  1677

Contents:
Luke Sympson, rector of Chicklade.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/40  1677

Contents:
Samuel Stone, rector of Berwick St. Leonard.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/41  1677

Contents:
John Sayer, vicar of Harwell, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/42  1677

Contents:
Robert Saltern, rector of Kingston Bagpuize, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/43  1677

Contents:
John Pinsent, vicar of Coleshill, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/44  1677

Contents:
Henry Jacob, vicar of Collingbourne Regis.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/45  1677

Contents:
Onesiphorus Paul, vicar of Wanborough.

[no title]  D/1/17/2/46  1677

Contents:
Cornelius Yate, vicar of St. Mary, Marlborough.

[no title]  D/1/17/3  1678-1682

Contents:
Licences for priests, including beneficed clergy to preach throughout the diocese. Includes several incumbents whose institutions are not recorded in the bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/1  1678

Contents:
Daniel Salway, [vicar of Lyneham].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/2  1678

Contents:
Richard Barford, [rector of Wilton].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/3  1678

Contents:
Augustine Wingfield, vicar of Tisbury.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/4  1679

Contents:
James Cooke, curate of Christian Malford.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/5  1679

Contents:
Robert Townsend, [rector of Wallingford St. Leonard, Berks.]

[no title]  D/1/17/3/6  1679

Contents:
William Courtney, rector of Pusey, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/7  1679

Contents:
George Elcock, vicar of Latton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/8  1679

Contents:
Thomas Harward, [vicar of Winterbourne Stoke].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/9  1679

Contents:
Thomas Browne, [rector of Rollstone].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/10  1679

Contents:
Richard Medlicott, rector of Monkton Farleigh.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/11  1679

Contents:
George Cuthbert, [vicar of Streatley, Berks.]

[no title]  D/1/17/3/12  1680

Contents:
Richard Weeksy, [vicar of Sherston Magna].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/13  1680

Contents:
John Giles, rector of [North] Newnton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/14  1680

Contents:
Thomas Jones, [rector of Orcheston St. Mary].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/15  1680

Contents:
Nicholas Bennet, [rector of Milton, Berks.].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/16  1680

Contents:
John Stumpe, rector of Foxley.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/17  1680

Contents:
Benjamin Lewis, [rector of Whaddon].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/18  1680

Contents:
Richard Baily, [rector of Sutton Veny].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/19  1680

Contents:
Aylmer Linch, rector of Langley Burrell.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/20  1680

Contents:
Thomas Petty, vicar of Hullavington.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/21  1680

Contents:
Edmund Wayte, [vicar of Norton].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/22  1680

Contents:
Henry Fitzherbert, [rector of Luckington].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/23  1680

Contents:
Ralph Bohun, rector of West Kington.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/24  1680

Contents:
Henry Green, [vicar of Latton].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/25  1680

Contents:
Thomas Ernley, rector of Everleigh.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/26  1680

Contents:
Richard Bestwick, vicar of Westport.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/27  1680

Contents:
Robert Pierce, rector of North Tidworth.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/28  1680

Contents:
Benjamin (Smith ?) curate of Overton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/29  1681

Contents:
John Mountague, [rector of Upton Scudamore].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/30  1681

Contents:
John Simms, curate of Winterbourne Bassett.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/31  1681

Contents:
Charles Wroughton, [rector of Codford St. Peter].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/32  1681

Contents:
John Houghton, [vicar of Colerne].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/33  1681

Contents:
Richard Humphryes, [rector of Tytherton Kellaways].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/34  1681

Contents:
James Dyer, rector of St. John, Devizes.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/35  1681

Contents:
George Stoodly, rector of All Cannings.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/36  1681

Contents:
John Shorthose, curate of Wilton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/37  1681

Contents:
William Lake, [vicar of Chippenham].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/38  1681

Contents:
Richard Sheperd, vicar of Upavon.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/39  1681

Contents:
Samuel Heskins, rector of Cholderton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/40  1682

Contents:
William Jackson, vicar of Aldbourne.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/41  1682

Contents:
Edward Head, curate of Poulton.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/42  1682

Contents:
Francis Giffard, rector of Rushall.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/43  1682

Contents:
Richard Weeksey, vicar of Sherston Magna.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/44  1682

Contents:
John Poke, vicar of Sutton Courtenay, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/45  1682

Contents:
Walter Sloper, rector of West Dean.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/46  1682

Contents:
Charles Michell, curate of Broughton Gifford.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/47  1682

Contents:
Thomas White, vicar of Ashbury, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/3/48  1682

Contents:
Gerard Erington, [later vicar of East Garston, Berks.].

[no title]  D/1/17/3/49  1682

Contents:
Jeremy Williams, rector of Wootton Rivers.

[no title]  D/1/17/4  1683-1689

Contents:
Licences for priests, including beneficed clergy to preach throughout the diocese. Includes several incumbents whose institutions are not recorded in the bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/1  1683

Contents:
James Cobham, rector of Patney.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/2  1683

Contents:
Robert West, rector of Boscombe.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/3  1683

Contents:
Thomas Tattersal, curate of Grittleton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/4  1683

Contents:
John Dowland, curate of Etchilhampton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/5  1683

Contents:
Joseph Wall, vicar of Milton [Lilborne].

[no title]  D/1/17/4/6  1683

Contents:
Richard Vaughan, vicar of Shrivenham, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/7  1683

Contents:
John Harris, rector of Grey Easton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/8  1683

Contents:
Edward Head, rector of Eisey.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/9  1683

Contents:
Philip Keen, curate of Chilton, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/10  1683

Contents:
Paul Hartman, rector of Shellingford, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/11  1683

Contents:
Nathaniel Massey, curate of Tidworth.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/12  1683

Contents:
John Ellis, vicar of Shrewton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/13  1684

Contents:
Charles Barnes, curate of Laverstock.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/14  1684

Contents:
James (Belbin?), curate of Barford St. Martin.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/15  1684

Contents:
William Crouch.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/16  1684

Contents:
Thomas Shaw, curate of Fovant.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/17  1684

Contents:
John Neate, curate of Stratton St. Margaret.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/18  1684

Contents:
James Butter, rector of Ditteridge.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/19  1684

Contents:
John Aldworth, rector of [East] Lockinge, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/20  1684

Contents:
Edward Hill, rector of Besselsleigh.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/21  1684

Contents:
Benjamin Jewet, rector of Mildenhall.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/22  1684

Contents:
Robert Forster, curate of Milston.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/23  1685

Contents:
John Foster, vicar of Longbridge Deverill.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/24  1685

Contents:
Henry Dampney, rector of Winterbourne Gunner.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/25  1685

Contents:
Benjamin Young, vicar of Hannington.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/26  1685

Contents:
Farwell Perry, rector of St. Peter, Marlborough.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/27  1685

Contents:
John Coles, vicar of Streatley, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/28  1685

Contents:
[William Stampe], vicar of Clyffe Pypard.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/29  1685

Contents:
William Spencer, curate of East Kennet.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/30  1686

Contents:
Ezriel [Burden], [vicar] of St. Helen, Abingdon, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/31  1686

Contents:
Thomas Farr, [vicar of Long Wittenham, Berks.].

[no title]  D/1/17/4/32  1686

Contents:
Richard Sheppard, [vicar of Upavon].

[no title]  D/1/17/4/33  1686

Contents:
John Snead, [vicar of Froxfield].

[no title]  D/1/17/4/34  1686

Contents:
John Mortimer, [vicar of Wilcot].

[no title]  D/1/17/4/35  1686

Contents:
John Swallow, vicar of Urchfont.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/36  1686

Contents:
Boaz Hodges, curate of Tockenham Wick.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/37  1686

Contents:
Michael Woodward, curate of Pewsey.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/38  1686

Contents:
William Fawconer, rector of Stratford Tony.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/39  1686

Contents:
Isaac Adee, curate of Imber.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/40  1686

Contents:
Henry Hindley, rector of Yatesbury.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/41  1686

Contents:
Francis Barnes, curate of North Newnton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/42  1686

Contents:
George Straight, rector of Bishopstrow.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/43  1687

Contents:
John Wotton, curate of Brimpton, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/44  1687

Contents:
Edward Chubb, vicar of Warminster.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/45  1687

Contents:
John Davys, vicar of Dinton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/46  1687

Contents:
John Buckenham, rector of Fittleton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/47  1687

Contents:
Robert Hyet, rector of Wingfield.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/48  1688

Contents:
Bartholemew Martin, vicar of Steeple Ashton.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/49  1688

Contents:
John Wheeler, curate of Aston Tirrold, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/50  1688

Contents:
William Morse, vicar of Whiteparish.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/51  1688

Contents:
Joseph Munday, curate of Martin.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/52  1688

Contents:
Thomas Tattersall, rector of Biddestone St. Peter.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/53  1688

Contents:
John Hardcastle, curate of Manningford Bruce.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/54  1688

Contents:
William Meaden, assistant to Edmund Holford, minister of Tidcombe.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/55  1688

Contents:
Lewis Morse, vicar of Preshute.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/56  1688

Contents:
Edmund Ludlow Coker, rector of Kingston Deverill.

[no title]  D/1/17/4/57  1689

Contents:
Benjamin Hopkins, rector of Sopworth.

Presentations  D/1/18  1625-1978

Contents:
Presentation deeds by the Patron: to the bishop, 1625, 1632-1635, 1641-1646 and 1660-1978. There are also testimonials, and until 1732 there are bonds to indemnify the bishop from any difficulties which might arise through the institution. Other related documents found with the deeds are resignations, nominations to cures, 'certificates of distance', letters, court papers and verdicts about disputed presentations; occasionally there are papers about schoolmasters or surgeons.

[no title]  D/1/18/1  1625

Contents:
Bonds, presentation deeds, resignations of cures (witnessed by notary public) and appointments of proctor by resigning clerics. One testimonial only.

[no title]  D/1/18/2  1632-1633

Contents:
Presentations, resignations, and one or two documents about assignment of advowsons (including two of an earlier date).

[no title]  D/1/18/3  1634-1639

Contents:
Presentations, resignations, one or two assignments of advowsons.

[no title]  D/1/18/4  1641-1644

Contents:
Presentations and one assignment of advowson.

[no title]  D/1/18/5  1645-1646, 1653

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, a number of formal documents about institutions performed at New College, Oxford, on behalf of the bishop of Salisbury; also a few testimonials, a resignation, induction mandate, acts of court, etc. And an appointment in 1653 to Netheravon.

[no title]  D/1/18/6a  1642-1660

(two bundles)

Contents:
Presentations, with a few bonds and resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/6b  1660

Contents:
Presentations, with a few bonds and resignations, mainly October - December.

[no title]  D/1/18/7  1661

Contents:
Presentations and bonds; with a few documents about resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/8  1662

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, etc., some decayed.

[no title]  D/1/18/9a  1662

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, etc., mostly September, some decayed.

[no title]  D/1/18/9b  1662

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, etc., mostly October to December.

[no title]  D/1/18/10a  1663

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, mostly June to August.

[no title]  D/1/18/10b  1663

Contents:
Presentations, bonds and a few testimonials, mostly October.

[no title]  D/1/18/11  1664

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/12  1665

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/13  1666

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, a few testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/14  1667-1669

Contents:
Presentations, 1667-1669.

[no title]  D/1/18/15  1670-1671

Contents:
Presentations, and a few bonds, testimonials and resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/16a  1672-1673

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, testimonials. Also one or two resignations, informal letters about presentees etc., as well as the formal testimonials from colleges, clergy, etc

[no title]  D/1/18/16b  1674-1675

Contents:
Presentations, etc. Include a number of informal testimonials for Mr. Bridges, whose father had suffered for the Royalist cause.

[no title]  D/1/18/17a  1676-1677

Decayed

Conditions of access: Unfit for production.

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/17b  c.1660-1678

Contents:
Presentations, etc., 1667-1678. With a small group of documents of the 1660s to 1671, one of them the testimonial of a schoolmaster. Also a testimonial to a surgeon (late ship's surgeon) signed by the ship's officers, 1671, decayed, unfit for production.

[no title]  D/1/18/18  1678-1680

Contents:
Besides the usual documents there are resignations and a document about a disputed presentation.

[no title]  D/1/18/19  1680-1681

Contents:
Presentations and a large number of testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/20  1681-1682

Contents:
Presentations, a few bonds and a large number of testimonials including some informal ones. Also some resignations, a nomination for Edward Head as master of Cricklade grammar school, 1682, and a petition from the parish of Drayton, Berks., for Robert Hill to replace the late minister.

[no title]  D/1/18/21  1683-1684

Contents:
Presentations, etc. With a royal writ about a disputed advowson, testimonials, resignation, copy of baptismal certificate, and a letter to Bishop Seth Ward from his nephew, recommending someone to him.

[no title]  D/1/18/22  1685-1686

Contents:
Besides the usual classes, there is a subscription to the 39 Articles and a title to next presentation at Shottesbrooke, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/18/23a  1687-1688

Contents:
Besides the usual classes, includes an act of court about an admission and the resignation of a prebend.

[no title]  D/1/18/23b  1687-1688

Contents:
Consists of a presentation by Bishop Ward to the Chancellor, for prebends and parishes of which Seth Ward was Patron:.

[no title]  D/1/18/24-26  1688-1694

Contents:
Presentations, indexed to cover gap in Bishop's register 1689-1693.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/1  1690

Contents:
Samuel Shenton, rector of Wallingford, St. Leonard's, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/2  1690

Contents:
Robert Townesend, rector of St. John's, Devizes. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/3  1690

Contents:
Joshuah Stanley, rector of Brightwell, Berks., through death of Seth Ward. Patron: Bishop of Winchester.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/4  1690

Contents:
Walter Garrett, rector of Everleigh, through death of Thomas Ernley. Patron: Earl of Gainsborough.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/5  1690

Contents:
Ralph Kedden, vicar of Denchworth, Berks., through death of William Milner. Patron: Gregory Geering.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/6  1690

Contents:
Giles Thornburgh, rector of Orcheston St. Mary, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/7  1690

Contents:
Giles Thornburgh, rector of Orcheston St. Mary, through resignation of Thomas Jones. Patrons: Robert Wansbrough and James Hayter.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/8  1690

Contents:
William Kemp, vicar of East Garston, Berks., through resignation of Gerrard Erington. Patron: the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/9  1690

(Fragile)

Contents:
Gerrard Erington, vicar of East Garston, Berks., resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/10  1690

Contents:
Philip Goddard, vicar of Beenham, Berks., through cession of Robert Humphris. Patron: Nathan Knight.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/11  1690

Contents:
John Wheeler, vicar of North Moreton, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/12  1690

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, rector of Orcheston St. George, through deprivation of William Beach. Patron: Thomas Lambert.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/13  1690

Contents:
Benjamin Whitear to be Vicar Choral.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/14  1689

Contents:
John Stone, vicar of Ardington, Berks., through cession of Thomas Price. Patron: the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/15  1689

Contents:
Giles Crompe, vicar of Berwick St. James, testimonial from the Archdeacon of Sarum.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/16  1690

Contents:
Giles Crompe, vicar of South Newton, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/17  1690

Contents:
Giles Crompe, vicar of South Newton. Patron: Earl of Pembroke.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/18  1690

Contents:
John Dowland, vicar of Chitterne St. Mary, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/19  1690

Contents:
John Dowland, testimonial from the rector of All Cannings and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/20  1690

Contents:
John Dowland, vicar of Chitterne St. Mary, through resignation of John Goldsborough. Patron: Thomas Pierce.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/21  1690

Contents:
William Wotton, vicar of Lacock, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/22  1690

Contents:
William Wotton, vicar of Lacock, through death of Thomas Hughes. Patron: Sir John Talbot.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/23  1689

Contents:
William Spencer, vicar of Liddington, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/24  (n.d.)

Contents:
William Spencer, testimonial from the rector of Mildenhall and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/25  1689

Contents:
William Spencer, vicar of Liddington, through death of Richard Smith. Patron: Sir Gilbert Talbot.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/26  1689

Contents:
William Richards, vicar of Reading St. Giles, Berks., collation to the Archdeaconry of Berks. on the translation of John Sharpe to be the Dean at Canterbury.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/27  1689

Contents:
Edward Hind, vicar of Cholsey, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/28  1689

Contents:
Edward Hind, vicar of Cholsey, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/29  1689

Contents:
Henry Frinsham, testimonial from the vicar of Kingsclere, Hants. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/30  1689

Contents:
Henry Frinsham, vicar of Wargrave, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/31  1689

Contents:
Henry Frinsham, vicar of Wargrave, Berks. Patron: Richard Neville.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/32  1689

Contents:
James Meredith, rector of [East] Coulston, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/33  1689

Contents:
James Meredith, rector of [East] Coulston. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/34  1689

Contents:
Peter Terry, rector of St. Martin's, Salisbury, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/35  1689

Contents:
Peter Terry, rector of St. Martin's, Salisbury, through resignation of Nathaniel Spinckes. Patron: Francis Hills.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/36  1689

Contents:
Nathaniel Spinckes, rector of St. Martin's, Salisbury, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/37  1689


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/20)

Contents:
John Goldsborough, vicar of Chitterne St. Mary, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/38  1689

Contents:
Thomas Smith, rector of St. Edmund's, Salisbury, collation on the resignation of Daniel Whitby.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/39  1689

Contents:
Samuel Labonneille, rector of Garsdon, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/40  1689

Contents:
Samuel Labonneille, rector of Garsdon, through death of Abraham Griffin. Patron: Lord Ferrers.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/41  1689

Contents:
John Stump, vicar of Sutton Benger, collation on the death of William Martin.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/42  1689

Contents:
Nathaniel Resbury, rector of Broughton Gifford, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/43  1689

Contents:
William Hicks, rector of Broughton Gifford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/44  1689

Contents:
William Hicks, rector of Broughton Gifford, through resignation of [Nathaniel Resbury]. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/45  1689

Contents:
William Smart, vicar of Rowde, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/46  1689

Contents:
William Smart, vicar of Rowde, through death of John Hind. Patron: Henry Bayntun.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/47  1689

Contents:
Phanuel Bacon, vicar of St. Lawrence, Reading, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/48  1689

Contents:
Phanuel Bacon, vicar of St. Lawrence, Reading, Berks., through death of Serjeant Hughes. Patron: St. John's College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/49  1689

Contents:
Daniel Whitby, rector of St. Edmund's, Salisbury, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/50  1689

Contents:
Thomas Merry, vicar of New Windsor, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/51  (n.d.)

Contents:
Peter Scott, testimonial from the Dean of Windsor and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/24/52  1689

Contents:
Peter Scott, rector of West Ilsley, Berks., through death of Edward Fulham. Patron: the Dean and Canons of Windsor.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/1  1691

Contents:
Robert Woodward, to be Dean of Salisbury through death of Thomas Peirce.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/2  1691

Contents:
Michael Geddes, bond to be Chancellor of Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/3  1691

Contents:
Thomas Latter, rector of Frilsham, Berks. Patron: Earl of Abingdon.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/4  1691

Contents:
Thomas Latter, testimonial from the rector of Penshurst, Kent and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/5  1691

Contents:
Thomas Latter, rector of Frilsham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/6  1691

Contents:
Edward Hind, vicar of Cholsey, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/7  1689

Contents:
Edward Hind, vicar of Cholsey, Berks., Bishop of Salisbury's certificate of conformity to the Act of Uniformity.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/8  1691

Contents:
Edward Bernard, rector of Brightwell, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/9  1691

Contents:
Clement Cheyney, rector of Little Wittenham, Berks. Patron: Edmund Dunch.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/10  1691

Contents:
Clement Cheyney, testimonial from Francis Carswell [the vicar of Bray, Berks., subject of the song] and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/11  1691

Contents:
Clement Cheyney, rector of Little Wittenham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/12  1691

Contents:
Charles Jones, rector of Winterbourne Bassett, through death of George Elcock. Patron: Richard Glasse.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/13  1691

Contents:
Charles Jones, rector of Winterbourne Bassett, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/14  1691

Contents:
Thomas Tattersall, rector of Grittleton, through death of Richard Hine. Patron: Anna Hine, widow.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/15  1691

Contents:
Thomas Tattersall, rector of Grittleton, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/16  1691

Contents:
Thomas Paris, rector of Childrey, Berks., through death of Edward Pococke. Patron: Corpus Christ College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/17  1691

Contents:
Thomas Paris, testimonial Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/18  1691

Contents:
Thomas Paris, rector of Childrey, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/19  1691

Contents:
Joseph Kelsey, rector of Fugglestone St. Peter, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/20  1691

Contents:
Richard Barry, rector of Upton Scudamore, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/21  1691

Contents:
Richard Barry, rector of Upton Scudamore. Patron: Sir Stephen Fox.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/22  1691

Contents:
Henry Hayes, rector of Castle Combe through death of John Hayes. Patron: George Scrope.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/23  1691

Contents:
Henry Hayes of Frampton, Gloucs., testimonial from the vicar of Westport and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/24  1691

Contents:
Henry Hayes, testimonial from the rector of Winterbourne, Gloucs. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/25  1691

Contents:
Henry Hayes, rector of Castle Combe, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/26  1691

Contents:
David Wickham, rector of Colerne, through death of Nathaniel Pelham. Patron: New College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/27  1691

Contents:
David Wickham, rector of Colerne, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/28  1691

Contents:
James Baddeley, vicar of Bisham, Berks., through cession of Samuel Biscoe. Patron: Sir John Hoby.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/29  1691

Contents:
James Baddeley, testimonial from the vicar of Great Marlow, Bucks.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/30  1691

Contents:
James Baddeley, vicar of Bisham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/31  1691

Contents:
Benjamin Smith, vicar of Overton, through death of Henry Stevens. Patrons: John Bowles and Edward Clarke.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/32  (n.d.)

Contents:
Benjamin Smith, testimonial from the rector of Woodborough.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/33  1691

Contents:
Benjamin Smith, vicar of Overton, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/34  1691

Contents:
John Hinton, rector of Shaw, Berks., through death of Robert Butterworth. Patrons: Robert Thornhill and Francis Oldfield.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/35  1691

Contents:
John Hinton, rector of Shaw, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/36  1691

Contents:
Robert Townsend, rector of Wallingford St. Peter, Berks., resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/37  1691

Contents:
Samuel Shenton, rector of Wallingford St. Peter, Berks., through resignation of Robert Townsend. Patron: Edward Gregory.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/38  1691

Contents:
William Pleydell, vicar of Wootton Bassett, through death of John Skeate. Patron: Earl of Rochester.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/39  1691

Contents:
William Pleydell, testimonial of the rector of Lydiard Tregoze and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/40  1691

Contents:
William Pleydell, vicar of Wootton Bassett, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/41  1692

Contents:
William Clarkson, vicar of Whiteparish, through resignation of William Morse. Patron: Anthony Hungerford.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/42  1692

Contents:
William Clarkson, testimonial from the rector of Westcot, Gloucs. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/43  1692

Contents:
William Clarkson, vicar of Whiteparish, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/44  1692

Contents:
Henry Austin, vicar of Broad Chalke, through death of John Sloper (loose seal). Patron: Kings College, Cambridge.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/45  1692

Contents:
Henry Austin, vicar of Broad Chalke, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/46  1692

Contents:
Henry Austin, testimonial from Kings College, Cambridge.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/47  1692

Contents:
Edward Pococke, rector of Mildenhall, through death of Benjamin Jewitt. Patron: Edward Ryder.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/48  1692

Contents:
Edward Pococke, rector of Mildenhall, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/49  1692

Contents:
David Bevan, rector of West Woodhay, Berks., through death of Robert Butterworth. Patron: Benjamin Rudyerd.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/50  1692

Contents:
Daniel Bevan, rector of West Woodhay, Berks., testimonial from the Archdeacon of Berks. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/51  1692

Contents:
Daniel Bevan, rector of West Woodhay, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/52  1692

Contents:
John Craige, vicar of Potterne, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/53  1692

Contents:
John Scawen, rector of Poole [Keynes], resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/54  1692

Contents:
Elias Carteret, rector of Poole [Keynes], through resignation of John Scawen. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/55  1692

Contents:
Elias Carteret, testimonial from the vicar of South Cerney, Gloucs. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/56  1692

Contents:
Elias Carteret, rector of Poole [Keynes], bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/57  1692

Contents:
William Sealy, rector of Great Wishford, through death of Robert Parker (note on reverse about his ordination as priest in 1687 by the Bishop of Winchester at Farnham). Patron: Sir Richard Grobham Howe.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/58  1692

Contents:
William Sealy, rector of Great Wishford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/59  1692

Contents:
John Norris, rector of Fugglestone St. Peter, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/60  1692


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/19).

Contents:
John Norris, rector of Fugglestone St. Peter, through resignation of Joseph Kelsey. Patron: Earl of Pembroke.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/61  1692

Contents:
Abraham Brookbank, Prebendary of Uffculme, collation on the death of Richard Bowman.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/62  1692

Contents:
Thomas Phillips, vicar of Wilsford, through cession of John Ellis. Patron: Hospital of St. Nicholas.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/63  1692

Contents:
Thomas Phillips, testimonial from the rector of Manningford Abbas and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/64  1692

Contents:
Thomas Phillips, vicar of Wilsford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/65  1692

Contents:
James Canaries, rector of Abingdon [St. Helen's], Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/66  1692

Contents:
Thomas Petty, rector of Langley Burrell, through death of Aylmer Linch. Patron: Lionel Duckett.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/67  1692

Contents:
Thomas Petty, testimonial from the vicar of Chippenham and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/68  1692

Contents:
Thomas Petty, rector of Langley Burrell, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/69  1692

Contents:
John Maximilian De L'Angle, vicar of Steventon, Berks., through cession of Edward Pocock. Patron: the Bishop of Rochester and the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/70  1692

Contents:
John Maximilian De L'Angle, vicar of Steventon, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/71  1691

Contents:
Ralph Kedden, vicar of Denchworth, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/72  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/49)

Contents:
Robert Butterworth, rector of West Woodhay, Berks., through death of John Osborne. Patron: Benjamin Rudyerd.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/73  1691


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/8 and D/1/18/24/3)

Contents:
Edward Bernard, rector of Brightwell, Berks., through death of Joshua Stanley. Patron: Bishop of Winchester.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/74  1690


Related information: (c.p. D/1/18/25/50)

Contents:
Daniel Bevan, testimonial from the Archdeacon of Berks. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/75  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/4)

Contents:
Walter Garrett, rector of Everleigh, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/76  1691


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/11)

Contents:
John Wheeler, vicar of North Moreton, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/77  1691

Contents:
Richard Bowcher, vicar of Aldworth, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/78  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/3).

Contents:
Joshua Stanley, rector of Brightwell, Berks., bond

[no title]  D/1/18/25/79  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/14)

Contents:
John Stone, vicar of Ardington, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/80  1682

Contents:
William Talbot, rector of Burghfield, Berks., bond [later Bishop of Salisbury].

[no title]  D/1/18/25/81  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/10)

Contents:
Philip Goddard, vicar of Beenham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/82  c.1690

(Fragile)

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, testimonial from the Archdeacon of Wells and other clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/83  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/12)

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, rector of Orcheston St. George, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/84  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/2)

Contents:
Robert Townesend, rector of St. John's, Devizes, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/85  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/8)

Contents:
William Kemp, testimonial from the vicar of Highworth and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/86  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/8)

Contents:
William Kemp, vicar of East Garston, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/87  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/1)

Contents:
Samuel Shenton, rector of Wallingford, St. Leonard's, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/88  1691


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/72)

Contents:
Robert Butterworth, rector of West Woodhay, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/89  1689


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/26)

Contents:
John Sharpe, Archdeacon of Berks., resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/90  1689


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/26)

Contents:
William Richards, Archdeacon of Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/91  1691


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/1)

Contents:
Robert Woodward, resignation as Chancellor of Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/92  1690


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/72)

Contents:
Robert Butterworth, testimonial.

[no title]  D/1/18/25/93  1691

Contents:
Mandate from bishop Gilbert to Daniel Whitby, chantor in place of the dean. Possibly authorising him to act in the absence of the dean (who died three weeks later). Very faint.

Presentations, etc., also the testimonial of a schoolmaster, resignations, one or two letters and a list of clergy instituted.  D/1/18/26  1692-1694

[no title]  D/1/18/26/1  1694

Contents:
John Phillipps, vicar of Box, through death of James Filkes. Patron: George Speke Petty.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/2  1693

Contents:
Rice Adams, rector of Donhead St. Mary, through death of Richard Osgood. Patron: William Ashe.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/3  1694

Contents:
John Paris, testimonial from the Rector of St. Peter, Marlborough and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/4  1694

Contents:
Andrew Gellibrand, vicar of Hullavington, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/5  1694

Contents:
William Christmas, rector of Colerne, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/6  1694


Related information: (See D/1/18/26/1)

Contents:
John Phillipps, vicar of Box, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/7  1694

Contents:
John Astley, vicar of Wilcott, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/8  1694

Contents:
John Astley, vicar of Wilcott, through cession of John Mortimer. Patron: Francis Wroughton.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/9  1694


Related information: (See D/1/18/26/4)

Contents:
Andrew Gellibrand, testimonial from the vicar of Fordingbridge, Hants. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/10  1694

Contents:
John Sale, rector of Barkham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/11  1694

Contents:
John Sale, testimonial from Trinity College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/12  1693

Contents:
Thomas Gray, vicar of Wanborough, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/13  1694

Contents:
Thomas Smith, resignation as Prebendary of Major Pars Altaris.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/14  1694

Contents:
Thomas Smith, resignation as Subdeacon of the Cathedral.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/15  1694

Contents:
Letter from Samuel Newton, vicar of Aldworth, Berks., regarding the presentation by St. John's College, [Cambridge].

[no title]  D/1/18/26/16  1694

Contents:
Richard Bowchier, vicar of Aldworth, Berks., resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/17  1694

Contents:
John Peareth, vicar of Aldworth, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/18  1694

Contents:
John Peareth, vicar of Aldworth, Berks., through resignation of Richard Bowchier. Patron: St. John's College, Cambridge.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/19  1694

Contents:
White Kennett, rector of Shottesbrooke, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/20  1694

Contents:
White Kennett, rector of Shottesbrooke, Berks., through death of Edmund Whitfield. Patron: William Cherry.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/21  1694

Contents:
William Powell, rector of Little Langford, through death of Robert Heysome. Patron: John Gauntlet vice Earl of Pembroke.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/22  1694

Contents:
Letter from the Bishop to the Chancellor empowering him to grant Institution to [William] Powell, rector of Little Langford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/23  1694

Contents:
William Powell, rector of Little Langford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/24  1694

Contents:
Daniel Hillyard, rector of Water Eaton, Berks., through death of John Orchard. Patron: Thomas Orchard.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/25  (n.d.)

Contents:
David Hillyard, testimonial from the vicar of Hungerford, Berks. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/26  1694

Contents:
Daniel Hillyard, testimonial from Trinity College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/27  1694

Contents:
Daniel Hillyard, rector of Eaton Hastings, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/28  1694

Contents:
Thomas Naish, rector of St. Edmund's, Salisbury, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/29  1694

Contents:
John Berrow, rector of Stanton Fitzwarren, acknowledgement of a vacancy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/30  1694

Contents:
John Berrow, rector of Stanton Fitzwarren, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/31  1694

Contents:
John Bayly, vicar of Cookham, Berks., through death of Francis Crawley. Patron: Jane Weldon.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/32  1694

Contents:
John Bayly, testimonial from the vicar of Malmesbury and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/33  1694

Contents:
John Bayly, vicar of Cookham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/34  1694

Contents:
Humphrey Drake, rector of Englefield, Berks., through death of Humphrey Drake sen.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/35  1694

Contents:
Humphrey Drake, testimonial from the rector of Yattendon, Berks. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/36  1694

Contents:
Humphrey Drake, rector of Englefield, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/37  1694

Contents:
John Hearne, rector of East Shefford, Berks., through death of Edward Elks. Patron: Sir Henry Winchcombe.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/38  1694

Contents:
John Hearne, rector of East Shefford, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/39  1694

Contents:
Hugh Pococke, vicar of Chaddleworth, Berks., through death of Edward Elks. Patron: the Bishop of Rochester and the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/40  1694

Contents:
Hugh Pococke, vicar of Chaddleworth, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/41  1693

Contents:
Edward Elks, vicar of Chaddleworth, Berks., through death of John Head. Patron: the Bishop of Rochester and the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/42  1693

Contents:
Edward Elks, vicar of Chaddleworth, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/43  1694

Contents:
Henry Jacob, rector of Compton Beauchamp, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/44  1693

Contents:
Henry Jacob, rector of Compton Beauchamp, Berks., through death of Edward Hilary. Patron: John Smith, guardian of Edward Richards.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/45  1693

Contents:
Anthony Marie de la Croze, vicar of Old Windsor, Berks. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/46  1693

Contents:
Anthony Marie de la Croze, vicar of Old Windsor, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/47  1693

Contents:
Anthony Marie de la Croze, testimonial from the Provost and Fellows of Eton College, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/48  1693

Contents:
John Deacon, rector of Chalfield [Magna]. Patron: John Hall.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/49  1693

Contents:
John Deacon, rector of Chalfield [Magna], bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/50  1693

Contents:
Philip Sayer, rector of Catmore, Berks., through death of John Head. Patron: Thomas Coward.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/51  (n.d.)

Contents:
Philip Sayer, testimonial from the rector of Aston Clinton, Bucks. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/52  1693

Contents:
Philip Sayer, rector of Catmore, Berks, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/53  1693

Contents:
John Callowe, rector of Little Somerford. Patron: Sir Stephen Fox.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/54  1693

Contents:
John Callowe, rector of Little Somerford, through death of John Palmer. Patron: Sir Stephen Fox.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/55  1693

Contents:
John Callowe, rector of Little Somerford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/56  1693

Contents:
Nathaniel Hancock, vicar of Compton Chamberlain. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/57  169[3]

Contents:
Nathaniel Hancock, vicar of Compton Chamberlain, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/58  1693


Related information: (See D/1/18/26/20)

Contents:
Edmund Whitfield, rector of Shottesbrooke, Berks., through death of Samuel Masters.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/59  1693

Contents:
Edmund Whitfield, rector of Shottesbrooke, Berks, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/60  1693

Contents:
List of Institutions April - October 1693 duplicated in the Bishop's Register.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/61  1693


Related information: (See D/1/18/24/22).

Contents:
Matthew Tate, vicar of Lacock, through resignation of William Wotton. Patron: Sir John Talbot.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/62  1693

Contents:
Matthew Tate, vicar of Lacock, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/63  1693

Contents:
Roger Kay, testimonial from the rector of Selsey, Sussex and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/64  1693

Contents:
Roger Kay, rector of Fittleton, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/65  1693

Contents:
Roger Kay, rector of Fittleton, through death of John Buckenham. Patron: Henry Edes.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/66  1693


Related information: (See D/1/18/26/2)

Contents:
Rice Adams, rector of Donhead St. Mary, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/67  1692

Contents:
John Bayly, testimonial from the rector of Oake, Somerset and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/68  1693

Contents:
John Bayly, testimonial from the rector of Stanton St. Quintin and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/69  1693

Contents:
John Bayly, vicar of Hullavington, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/70  1693

Contents:
John Bayly, vicar of Hullavington, through death of Thomas Petty. Patron: the Provost and Fellows of Eton college, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/71  1693

Contents:
Thomas Stamp, rector of Langley Burrell, through death of Thomas Petty. Patron: Samuel Ashe.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/72  1693

Contents:
Thomas Stamp, testimonial from St. Mary Hall, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/73  1693

Contents:
Thomas Stamp, rector of Langley Burrell, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/74  1693

Contents:
Henry Margetts, rector of Christian Malford, bond (with notes on reverse, including the nomination of William Calvert to the cure of Orcheston St. George).

[no title]  D/1/18/26/75  1693

Contents:
Henry Margetts, rector of Christian Malford, through death of Baptista Levinz. Patron: the Bishop of Bath and Wells.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/76  1693

Contents:
William Durston, rector of Tockenham, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/77  1693

Contents:
Benjamin Barkley, rector of Tockenham, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/78  (n.d.)

Contents:
Benjamin Barkley, testimonial from the Rector of Brampton Bryan, Herefs. and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/79  1693

Contents:
Benjamin Barkly, rector of Tockenham. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/80  1692

Contents:
James Metcalfe, testimonial from Queens' College, Cambridge.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/81  (n.d.)

Contents:
Thomas Thompson, testimonial from the Rector of Bromham and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/82  1693

Contents:
Hananiah Gifford, Prebendary of Slape, resignation in favour of Thomas Greene.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/83  1693

Contents:
Thomas Greene, testimonial from the Bishops of Chichester and Gloucester and other clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/84  1693


Related information: (See D/1/18/26/61)

Contents:
William Wotton, vicar of Lacock, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/85  1693

Contents:
Robert Reeks, rector of Manningford Abbas, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/86  (n.d.)

Contents:
Robert Reeks, testimonial from the vicar of St. Mary, Marlborough and other clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/87  1692

Contents:
Robert Reeks, rector of Manningford Abbas, through cession of John Luke. Patron: Duke of Somerset.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/88  1693

Contents:
Thomas Hallifax, vicar of Streatley, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/89  1693

Contents:
Michael Geddes, rector of Compton Bassett, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/90  1693

Contents:
Benjamin Hope, vicar of Stapleford, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/91  (n.d.)

Contents:
Benjamin Hope, Curate of Bulford, testimonial from the vicar of Idmiston and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/92  1693

Contents:
Benjamin Hope, vicar of Stapleford. Patron: the Dean and Canons of Windsor, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/93  1693

Contents:
Edward Pococke, Prebendary of Netherbury in Ecclesia, collation on the death of David Jenner.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/94  1693

Contents:
John Green, rector of Odstock, bond (on reverse list of four institutions Jan - March 1693 including Edward Chubb to the Prebend of Beminster Prima).

[no title]  D/1/18/26/95  1693

Contents:
John Green, rector Odstock, through death of Richard Kent. Patron: Henry Curll.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/96  1693

Contents:
John Fishlake, rector of Fisherton Anger, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/97  1693

Contents:
John Fishlake, rector of Fisherton Anger, through death of Richard Kent. Patron: Eleanor Shadwell, widow.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/98  1693

Contents:
Thomas Grey, vicar of Wanborough, through death of Onesiphorus Paul. Patron: Dean of Winchester.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/99  1692

Contents:
John Shorthose, vicar of Uphaven, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/100  1692

Contents:
John Shorthose, vicar of Uphaven. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/101  1692

Contents:
Stephen Charman, rector of Lydiard Tregoze, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/102  1692

Contents:
Stephen Charman, testimonial from the vicar of Battersea, Surrey and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/103  1692

Contents:
Stephen Charman, rector of Lydiard Tregoze, through death of Timothy Dewel (note on reverse that Stephen Charman was ordained priest 14 June 1674 by the Bishop of London at Fulham, Middlesex).

[no title]  D/1/18/26/104  1692

Contents:
Richard Browne, vicar of West Hendred, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/105  1692

(Fragile)

Contents:
Richard Browne, testimonial from Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/106  1692

Contents:
Richard Browne, vicar West Hendred, Berks., through death of Thomas Wight. Patron: Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/107  1692

Contents:
Thomas Hall, rector of Chilton, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/108  1692

Contents:
Thomas Hall, rector of Chilton, Berks., through death of William Lawrence. Patron: Sir John Button.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/109  1692

Contents:
Thomas Hall, testimonial from the vicar of St. Mary, Marlborough and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/110  (n.d.)

Contents:
Charles Monckton, testimonial from [the Dean of Gloucester] and two Canons of Christchurch, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/111  1692

Contents:
Charles Monckton, vicar of Marsham, Berks., bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/112  1692

Contents:
Charles Monckton, vicar of Marsham, Berks., through death of William Broad. Patron: the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Oxford.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/113  1692

Contents:
John Giles, rector of Ashley, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/114  1692

(Fragile)

Contents:
John [Giles], testimonial from the vicar of Westport and neighbouring clergy.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/115  1692

Contents:
John Giles, rector of Ashley, through cession of John Scawen. Patron: the Crown.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/116  1693

Contents:
John Giles, rector of Ashley and rector of [Long] Newnton, petition from some inhabitants of [Long] Newnton and Ashley for him to hold the benefices of both parishes.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/117  1692


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/83)

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, rector of Orcheston St. George, resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/118  1692

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, rector of Orcheston St. George, presentation of change of Patronage and agreement as to how the Patronage will be exercised in the future. Patrons: Thomas Lambert of Boyton and Edmund Lambert from Thomas Lambert of Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/18/26/119  1692


Related information: (See D/1/18/25/83)

Contents:
Thomas Curgenven, rector of Orcheston St. George, bond.

[no title]  D/1/18/27  1694-1699

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/28  1698-1702

Contents:
Usual classes; also verdicts of a jury in two cases of disputed presentations, and citations, etc. in the same case.

[no title]  D/1/18/29  1703-1704

Contents:
Presentations, etc. Also a citation, articles of enquiry, and verdict, in a disputed presentation; and a resignation and a cancellation of caveat.

[no title]  D/1/18/30  1704-1707

Contents:
Besides the usual classes, there are a certificate from the Archbishop of Canterbury that a certain man may be ordained, though 'extra tempora'; Bishop's sentence in the cause of the election of John Younger as dean; and papers in causes about the right of Patron: age.

[no title]  D/1/18/31  1707-1709

Contents:
Presentations and bonds, with a few testimonials and other documents.

[no title]  D/1/18/32  1710-1712

Contents:
Presentations and bonds, with a few testimonials, resignations, articles, and verdict in a Patron: age cause.

[no title]  D/1/18/33  1712-1714

Contents:
Presentations and bonds. With a few resignations, papers in a Patron: age cause, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/34a  1715-1716

Contents:
Presentations and bonds.

[no title]  D/1/18/34b  1716-1717

Contents:
Presentations and bonds; and a few resignations and other documents, including a certificate of the commissioners on inclosure of land at Compton Bassett that it will not be detrimental to the parsonage.

[no title]  D/1/18/34c  1718-1720

Contents:
Presentations and bonds.

[no title]  D/1/18/35  1720-1722

Contents:
Presentations, bonds and testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/36  1722-1723

Contents:
Presentations and bonds.

[no title]  D/1/18/37  1723-1724

Contents:
Presentations and bonds. With a few testimonials, resignations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/38  1725

Contents:
Presentations and bonds. With a few testimonials, a nomination to a cure, resignations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/39  1726

Contents:
Presentations, bonds, testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/40  1727

Contents:
Usual classes; also a resignation and an appointment of the dean by the King.

[no title]  D/1/18/41  1728

Contents:
Presentations, etc.; also one or two resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/42  1729

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/43  1730

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/44  1731

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title]  D/1/18/45  1732

Contents:
Presentations, etc.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
From now on, unless otherwise stated, the bundles consist of presentations and testimonials only.

[no title]  D/1/18/46  1733-1734

Contents:
Also bonds.

[no title]  D/1/18/47  1734-1735

Contents:
Also bonds.

[no title]  D/1/18/48  1736

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/49  1737

Contents:
Include testimonials for Abraham Le Moine, the subscribers being ministers of French chapels in England.

[no title]  D/1/18/50  1738

Contents:
Includes a few resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/51  1739, 1740

Contents:
Includes a few resignations and a legal opinion on an advowson.

[no title]  D/1/18/52  1741

Contents:
Includes one or two 'certificates of distance', and copy of certificate of baptism. Also a resignation of the parish of Coleshill, Berks., by Mr. Rich, and one or two other letters concerning it, including one from his brother asking the bishop to take no notice of the resignation, because the said Rich was a lunatic.

[no title]  D/1/18/53  1742

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/54  1743

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/55  1744-1746

Contents:
Including one or two resignation papers, and a certificate of distance.

[no title]  D/1/18/56  1747-1749

Contents:
Including a few other documents - one or two bonds, a certificate of distance, a letter about the poor rate taxed on a church (parish not clear), one or two nominations to cures, and papers about a resignation.

[no title]  D/1/18/57  1750-1752

Contents:
Including one or two bonds, certificates of distance and depositions in lieu of a baptismal certificate. There are several testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/58  1753-1755

Contents:
Includes one or two bonds, baptismal certificates, nominations to cures, resignations, and some papers about a lectureship at Abingdon, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/18/59  1756-1757

Contents:
Including one or two resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/60  1758-1759

Contents:
Including one or two resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/61  1760-1761

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/62  1761-1763

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/63  1764-1766

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/64  1766-1768

Contents:
Including one or two resignations.

[no title]  D/1/18/65  1763-1770

Contents:
Mainly 1769-1770, but a few earlier ones also seen.

[no title]  D/1/18/66  1770-1774

Contents:
With these is a nomination by the bishop and a presentation of the vicar of Preshute.

[no title]  D/1/18/67  1775-1777

Contents:
Including one or two copies of baptismal certificates.

[no title]  D/1/18/68  1778-1779

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/69  1780-1781

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/70  1782-1783

Contents:
Presentations and testimonials

[no title]  D/1/18/71  1784-1786

Contents:
Practically no testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/72  1787-1788

Contents:
Practically no testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/73  1789-1792

Contents:
Practically no testimonials.

[no title]  D/1/18/74  1793-1796

Contents:
Includes a few testimonials, several resignations, a few letters about presentation business (including an anonymous letter about Bishopstrow), and a certificate of distance.

[no title]  D/1/18/75  1797-1799

Contents:
Some testimonials, also a few valuations of benefices and certificates of distance.

[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
After 1799 the bundles consist of presentations, testimonials, and some resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/76  1800

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/77  1801-1803

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/78  1804-1805

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/79  1806-1810

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/80  1811-1813

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/81  1814-1815

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/82  1816-1818

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/83  1819-1821

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/84  1822-1823

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/85  1823

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/86  1824

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/87  1825-1826

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/88  1827

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/89  1828

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/90  1829

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/91  1830

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.
Including several certificates of distance.

[no title]  D/1/18/92  1831-1832

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/93  1833

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/94  1834

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/95  1835

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/96  1836

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/97  1837

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/98  1838

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/99  1839

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/100  1840

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/101  1841

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/102  1842-1843

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/103  1844-1845

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/104  1846

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/105  1847

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/106  1848

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/107  1849

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/108  1850

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/109  1851

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/110  1852

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/111  1853

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/112  1854

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/113  1855

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/114  1856

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/115  1857

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/116  1858

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/117  1859

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/118  1860

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/119  1861

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/120  1862

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/121  1863

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/122  1864

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/123  1865

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/124  1866

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/125  1867

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/126  1868

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/127  1869

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/128  1870

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/129  1871

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/130  1872

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/131  1873

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/132  1874

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/133  1875

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/134  1876

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/135  1877

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/136  1878

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/137  1879

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/138  1880

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/139  1881

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/140  1882

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/141  1883

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/142  1884

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/143  1885

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/144  1886

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/145  1887

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/146  1888

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/147  1889

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/148  1890

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/149  1891

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/150  1892

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/151  1893

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/152  1894

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/153  1895

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/154  1896

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/155  1897

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/156  1898

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/157  1899

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/158  1900

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/159  1901

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/160  1902

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/161  1903

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/162  1904

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/163  1905

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/164  1906

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/165  1907

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/166  1908

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/167  1909

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/168  1910

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/169  1911

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/170  1912

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/171  1913

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/172  1914

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/173  1915

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/174  1916

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/175  1917

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/176  1918

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/177  1919

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/178  1920

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/179  1921

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/180  1922

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/181  1923

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/182  1924

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/183  1925

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/184  1926

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/185  1927

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/186  1928

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/187  1929

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/188  1930

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/189  1931

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/190  1932

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/191  1933

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/192  1934

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/193  1935

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/194  1936

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/195  1937

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/196  1938

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/197  1939

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/198  1940

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/199  1941

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/200  1942

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/201  1943

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/202  1944

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/203  1945

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/204  1946

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/205  1947

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/206  1948

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/207  1949

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/208  1950

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/209  1951

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/210  1952

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/211  1953

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/212  1954

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/213  1955

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/214  1956

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/215  1957

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/216  1958

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/217  1959

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/218  1960

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/219  1961

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/220  1962

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/221  1963

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/222  1964

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/223  1965

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/224  1966

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/225  1967

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/226  1968

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/227  1969

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/228  1970

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/229  1971

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/230  1972

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/231  1973

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/232  1973-1974

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/233  1975-1978

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/234  1979-1980

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/235  1981-1982

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/236  1983-1985

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

[no title]  D/1/18/237  1986-1988

Contents:
Presentations, testimonials, resignations and commissions for institutions.

Religious Houses  D/1/19  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/19/1  15th cent.-1538

Contents:
Cartulary of Reading Abbey. It was found, mutilated, in January 1689, in the registry of the bishop of London, and returned to Salisbury. What remains is in different hands, mostly early 16th century.

Resignations  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/20  1625-1992

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent. There are a few for the years 1625-1732, then 1778-1807, 1834-1835, 1898 and 1913-1992. With these are a number of nominations to cures, testimonials and other ordination papers, presentations, etc., dated 1777, 1778 and a few slightly later ones. Some resignations are with the presentations. See D/1/18.
The date given here is the date on which the resignation was signed by the resigning incumbent. The date when it was to become effective was decided by the bishop. The incumbent's signature was witnessed by the rural dean and two other witnesses or by a notary public, and the acceptance was signed by the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/1  1625-late 18th cent

Contents:
1625 William Twisse; Ardington, Berks.
1679 Joseph Nixon; Buttermere.
1686 Robert Woodward; Archdeaconry of Wiltshire.
c.1700 William Bostock; Castle Eaton.
1729 Charles Naylor; Prebend of Winterbourne Earls.
1731 Edward Taylor; Woodborough.
1732 Edward Taylor; North Wraxall.
Late 18th Thomas Frampton; Curacy of Lyneham.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/2  1772-1807

Contents:
1772 Joseph Wells; Everly
1773 John Moore; Overton
1773 James Parker; North Hinksey, Berks
1773 Thomas Dampier; Wylye
1774 John Bostock; New Windsor, Berks.
1774 John Finden; Dinton
1774 Nathanial Hume master of St Nicholas Hospital, Salisbury
1774 Robert Page; Littleton Drew
1775 Thomas Clare; North Newnton
1775 Francis Lemoult; Denchworth, Berks
1775 William Baker; Wingfield
1778 Thomas Barker; Great Shefford, Berks.
1778 Samuel Fawconer; Idmiston.
1779 Charles Cooper; Prebend of Ilfracombe
1779 Andrew Downes; Hanney, Berks
1779 Richard Thorold; Prebend of Preston
1779 Arthur Evans; Rodbourne Cheney
1780 William Davison; Sutton Veny
1780 Thomas Shephard; Speen, Berks
1780 Benjamin Blaney; Brinkworth
1780 Edward Moore; Stanton St Quinton
1781 Christopher Fox; Everly
1782 James Grylls; Crudwell
1782 John Hume; Prebend of Coombe and Harnham.
1782 John Hume; master of the Hospital of St. Nicholas, Salisbury.
1782 John Hume; West Lavington.
1783 John Finden; Wootton, Berks.
1783 John Randolph; Prebend of Chute and Chisenbury.
1785 John Hewett; South Hinksey, Berks.
1785 William Dearling; Matching (Essex).
1785 James Gyles; Hankerton.
1785 Folliot Herbert Walker Cornewall; Frilsham, Berks.
1785 John Hewett; South Hinksey, Berks.
1785 George Barrington; South Hinksey, Berks.
1786 Henry Whinfield; Marlborough, St Mary.
1786 Charles Moss, Bishop of Bath and Wells; Prebend of Hurstbourne and Burbage.
1786 Thomas Markes; Edington.
1787 Samuel Viner; Wallingford St. Peter, Berks.
1787 Samuel Swire; Coleshill, Berks.
1787 Henry Churly Manley; Tollard Royal
1787 John Brereton; Alton Barnes
1787 George Clarke; Bucklebury, Berks.
1788 John Honeywood; Prebend of Netherbury in Terra.
1789 Henry Bright; Denchworth, Berks.
1790 George Green; Poole Keynes, (formerly Wilts., now Glos.).
1798 Thomas Shephard; West Woodhay, Berks.
1799 Edward Coleridge; Berwick St. James.
1799 Thomas Lear; Downton
1799 Gilbert Heathcote; Colerne
1799 Robert Trotman Coates; Box
1799 Samuel Heathcote; Whiteparish
1800 John Cooper; Purley, Berks.
1800 Lewis Stephens; Semley
1801 Philip Wroughton; West Kington
1801 John Loder; Hinton Waldrist, Berks.
1801 Thomas Jenyns Smith; Chiseldon.
1801 Francis Henchman; Padworth, Berks.
1801 Walter Hunt Grubbe; Yatesbury.
1803 Joseph Ogle; Somerford Keynes.
1803 Richard Boucher; East Ilsley, Berks.
1803 Edward Vansittart; Shottesbrooke, Berks.
1804 Charles Vaughan; East Shefford, Berks.
1804 David Middleton; Fisherton Delamere.
1804 William Douglas; Archdeaconry of Wiltshire.
1805 Joseph Wells; Boxford, Berks.
1805 Edward Unwin; Buckland, Berks.
1805 John Davison; Seagry.
1806 George Wood; Winterborne St. Martin, Dorset.
1806 John Henry Jacob; North Tidworth.
1807 Thomas Hughes; Peasemore, Berks.
1807 William Douglas; Potterne
1807 William Lewis Rham; Prebend of Bitton.
1807 William Lewis Rham; Broad Hinton.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/3  1834-1898

Contents:
1834, 1835 Papers relating to the lunacy of James Howell, vicar of Ardington, Berks., and attempts by his representative to resign the living.
1898 Douglas Hamilton Gordon; Prebend of Calne.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/4  1913-1919

Contents:
1913 Alfred Ralph Wilson; Stratford Tony.
1913 Edward Thomas Butler; Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset.
1914 Theophilus Clifford Shepherd; Bradenstoke with Clack.
1914 Lenthall Greville Dickenson; Morgan's Vale.
1914 John Hind Farmer; Holt.
1914 Herbert Llewellyn Pocock; Cranborne with Boveridge, Dorset (conditional).
1914 Henry Francis Crofton; Broad Town.
1914 Charles Lloyd Sanctuary; St. Thomas, Salisbury.
1914 Edward Charles Leslie; Winterborne Came and Winterborne Farringdon with Whitcombe, Dorset.
1914 Leonard Ramsay Henslow; Zeals
1914 David Thomas; Loders, Dorset (conditional).
1914 John Oswald Thompson; Woolland, Dorset.
1914 Frederick Webster Maunsell; Symondsbury with Eype and Broad Oak, Dorset.
1914 Walter Sydney Smith; West Parley, Dorset (conditional).
1914 Thomas Norwood Perkins; Fonthill Bishop
1914 George Phillips; Newton Tony
1914 Eldon Ormonde Judkin Butler; Berwick St. Leonard
1914 James Armstrong Alexander; Milston with Brigmerston.
1914 George Mallows Youngman; Idmiston with Porton
1914 Guy Stanham Whitaker; Plaitford (formerly Wilts., now Hants.).
1915 John Henry Batten; Alvediston.
1914 Henry Robert Whytehead; Warminster.
1914 Frederick Donnison Bruce; North Tidworth (conditional).
1915 David Roberts; Walditch, Dorset.
1915 Frank Bate; Pimperne, Dorset.
1915 John Colvile Morton Mansel-Pleydell; Sturminster Newton and Fifehead Neville, Dorset.
1915 Maitland Edward Snepp; Lyneham.
1915 Robert Blundell Goodden; Hazelbury Bryan, Dorset.
1915 Charles Morgan Watling; Imber.
1915 Charles Myers; Salisbury, St. Martin.
1915 Philip William Girdlestone Filleul; Devizes.
1915 Frederick Charles Tindal Bosanquet; Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.
1915 John Bury Bourne; Great Cheverell.
1915 Harry Percy Grubb; Poole, St. Paul, Dorset.
1915 Henry Alfred Colthurst Tomkins; Manningford Abbots.
1915 Thomas Hill Lowe; Chilfrome, Dorset.
1915 Harry Alan Folkard; Piddletrenthide, Dorset.
1915 Hugh Frederic Christian; Minterne Magna, Hilfield and Hermitage, Dorset.
1915 Edward Arthur Newton; Chettle, Dorset (conditional).
1915 Sydney Augustus Selwyn; Sherborne and Castleton, Dorset.
1915 Thomas George Brierly Kay; Compton Abbas, Dorset (conditional).
1915 George Claudius Richard Read; Branksome, St. Clement, Dorset.
1915 John Marshall Collard; West Fordington, Dorset.
1916 George Henry Wynne; Hammoon, Dorset.
1916 Robert Stewart Kidgell Blucke; Steepleton Iwerne and Iwerne Courtney, Dorset.
1916 Charles Edward Donne; Motcombe and Enmore Green, Dorset.
1916 Michael Ward Kinloch; Dorchester, Holy Trinity and Frome Whitfield, Dorset.
1916 Henry Edwyn Eardley; Swanage, Dorset (conditional).
1916 Hugh Allan; Winterbourne Gunner.
1916 Arthur Wilson Napier; Kingston, Dorset.
1916 Francis Briggs Sowter; Prebend of Highworth, and the South Canonry house in Salisbury Cathedral Close.
1916 Henry Richard William Farrer; Bridport, Dorset.
1916 Charles James Ferguson; Little Bedwyn.
1916 St. John Basil Wynne-Willson, Dean of Bristol; Prebend of Fordington and Writhlington.
1916 Eldon Ormonde Judkin Butler; Sedgehill (conditional).
1916 Walter Saunders Hulme; Plaitford, (formerly Wilts., now Hants.).
1916 Walter Edward Hamilton Sotheby; Gillingham, Dorset.
1916 Arthur Barugh Thynne; Seend.
1916 John Henry Townson; Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.
1916 Stanley Forster-Brown; Norton Bavant.
1916 Lenthall Greville Dickenson; Downton.
1916 William Charnock Procter; Fisherton Anger.
1917 Arthur Edward Stone; Burcombe.
1917 Claude Samuel Homan; Frampton, Dorset.
1917 Ernest Henley Couchman; Chettle, Dorset.
1917 Alfred Metcalfe; Great Cheverell (conditional).
1917 Henry Rusbridger; Compton Abbas, Dorset.
1917 Cecil George Paget; Stock Gaylard, Dorset.
1917 Ernest Edward Dugmore; Prebend of Gillingham Major.
1917 Samuel Walter Sutton; Caundle Bishop, Dorset.
1917 George Wellington; Horton and Woodlands, Dorset.
1917 Philip Edward Trousdale; Walditch, Dorset.
1917 Gilbert Kemmis; Studley St. John.
1917 laud Brown; Verwood and West Moors, Dorset.
1917 James Charles Sparrow; Bourton, Dorset.
1917 Emlyn Hugh James; Long Crichel with Moor Crichel, Dorset (conditional).
1917 Richard Earle; Wingfield.
1917 John Shelly; Landford.
1917 James Armstrong Alexander; Alvediston.
1917 Charles Leslie Dundas, Archdeacon of Dorset; Milton Abbas, Dorset.
1917 George John Shirreff Bowyear; West Lulworth, Dorset.
1917 Edward Russell Bernard; Chancellorship of Salisbury Cathedral.
1917 Christopher Wordsworth; Sub-deanery of Salisbury Cathedral.
1918 Cyril Edwin Kindersley; Colehill, Dorset.
1918 Robert William Menzies; Manningford Abbots (conditional).
1918 Edward Walter Walshaw Payne; Hilmarton.
1918 Arthur Chorley Woodhouse; Winterborne Monkton, Dorset.
1918 William Gildea; Prebend of Stratton.
1918 James Williams; Cerne Abbas, Dorset.
1918 Charles Templer Wheat; Winterslow (conditional).
1918 Pierce Armar Butler; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset (conditional).
1918 Frederick Williams; Bettiscombe and Pilsdon, Dorset.
1918 John William Barrow; Norton Bavant.
1918 Bathurst George Wilkinson; Pimperne, Dorset.
1918 Samuel Edward Valpy Filleul; All Saints, Dorchester, Dorset.
1918 William Taylor; Piddletrenthide, Dorset.
1918 William Seaver; Great Cheverell.
1918 William Gardiner; Southbroom.
1918 William Samuel Probert; Amesbury (conditional).
1919 Frederic Wallis; Archdeaconry of Sherborne.
1919 Hugh Copland Baron Lethbridge; Morgan's Vale.
1919 Robert Campbell Crokat; Broad Hinton.
1919 Harry de Burgh Dillon Trenchard; Shapwick, Dorset.
1919 William Wordsworth Hoyland; Wilcot.
1919 John David Morrice; St. Edmund, Salisbury.
1919 Arthur Lewis; Chardstock, formerly Dorset now Devon.
1919 Arthur John Shields; Thornford and Beer Hackett, Dorset.
1919 George Temple Miller; Teffont Evias.
1919 Thomas Hardy Newby; Winterborne Came and Winterborne Farringdon with Whitcombe, Dorset (conditional).
1919 Robert Usher; Burcombe (conditional).
1919 Maitland Arthur Shorland; Fovant (conditional).
1919 Edward Cyril Gordon; Studley St. John.
1919 William Davy Filliter; East Lulworth, Dorset.
1919 Trevor Hope Lingley; Bothenhampton, Dorset.
1919 Maurice Howard Marsden; Moreton, Dorset.
1919 Denis Moore Cann; Winterborne Thompson, Dorset.
1919 Percivale Arthur Hippisley Smith; Osmington, Dorset.
1919 James Michael John Fletcher; Wimborne Minster, Dorset.
1919 Albert Frederic Acton; Brixton Deverill.
1919 Edward Wells; West Dean and East Grimstead.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/5  1920-1924

Contents:
1920 Harold Edgar Ridsdale; Athelhampton with Burleston, Dorset.
1920 Nathaniel Llewellyn Jenkins; Upavon.
1920 Spencer Edward Simms; Charmouth, Dorset.
1920 Henry Charles Waller Byrde; Ludgershall (conditional).
1920 William Owen Cockcraft; Langton Herring, Dorset (conditional).
1920 William Wrixon Keating; Wilsford with Manningford Bohun.
1920 James Wheeler; Hampreston, Dorset.
1920 William Rooke; Cheddington, Dorset (conditional).
1920 Charles Lloyd Sanctuary; Frampton, Dorset.
1920 Thomas Glynn Ridley; Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.
1920 Arthur James Clark; Rowde (conditional).
1920 Henry James Wright; Gussage St. Michael, Dorset (conditional).
1920 Edward Francis Linton; Edmondsham, Dorset.
1920 William Riddell Parr; Worth Matravers, Dorset.
1920 William Rhydderch; Chaldon Herring, Dorset.
1920 John Arthur Panter; Lillington and Beer Hackett, Dorset.
1920 John Frederic Homan; Chicklade.
1920 George Harris; Charlton and Rushall (conditional).
1920 Henry Basil McNeil Smith; Long Crichel with Moor Crichel, Dorset (conditional).
1920 John Wilson Croker Smyth; East Kennett.
1920 John Leonard; Kimmeridge, Dorset.
1920 Charles Edmund Duff; Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset (conditional).
1920 Samuel Fraser Handcock; Zeals.
1920 Charles Templer Wheat; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset.
1921 Charles Seward Beachcroft; East Morden and Charborough, Dorset.
1921 Joseph Reed; Great Bedwyn.
1921 Charles Overton Rockett; Holy Trinity with St. Peter, Shaftesbury, Dorset.
1921 Rocksborough Remington Smith; Broadstone St. John, Dorset.
1921 James Bovell Johnson; Cheddington, Dorset.
1921 John Frederic Homan; Pertwood.
1921 John Edward Marsden; West Parley, Dorset.
1921 Herbert Langston Wright; Church Knowle, Dorset.
1921 Maitland Arthur Shorland; Burcombe (conditional).
1921 William Frederick Hertzog Jeffcoat; Chilfrome, Dorset.
1921 Roger Cuthbert Vere Hodge; Bere Regis and Winterborne Kingston, Dorset.
1921 Peter Holmes Jackson; Patney.
1922 Eustace Havergall; Stock Gaylard, Dorset.
1922 Charles Alleyne Hutchinson; Tisbury (conditional).
1922 Douglas Macleane; Branksome, All Saints, with St. Aldhelm, Dorset.
1922 Wilfrid Fuller; Manningford Abbots.
1922 George Herbert Moule; Damerham (formerly Wilts., now Hants.).
1922 Pierre Wolfe Daimpré; Norton Bavant (conditional).
1922 Charles Herbert Cooke; Netherbury with Solway Ash, Dorset.
1922 Walter Livingstone Reed; Ham (conditional).
1922 Wyndham Arthur Scinde Merewether; Salisbury, St. Thomas.
1922 John Goodenough Bayly Hollins; Heywood (conditional).
1922 Sydney Augustus Selwyn; Charmouth, Dorset.
1922 Duncan Keith Macpherson; Odstock with Nunton and Bodenham.
1922 John Penrose; West Ashton.
1922 Martin Fawconer Harper; Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset.
1922 Arthur Wellesley Orr; Ramsbury (conditional).
1922 Pierce Armar Butler; Winterslow (conditional).
1923 Henry Newton; Haydon, Dorset.
1923 Michael Ward Kinloch; Salisbury, St. Edmund.
1923 Pierce Rollo Butler; Melcombe Bingham with Melcombe Horsey, Dorset.
1923 Stanley Forster-Brown; Bradpole, Dorset.
1923 Walter Naish; Collingbourne Kingston.
1923 Percival Carey West; Hilperton with Whaddon.
1923 Thomas Openshaw Coupe; Steeple with Grange and Tyneham, Dorset (conditional).
1923 John Mearing; Worth Matravers, Dorset.
1923 Adolph Conrad Müller; Redlynch.
1923 Ernest Desiré Sueter Camus; Martin (formerly Wilts., now Hants.), (conditional).
1923 Ritchie Ashton Curtis; Pimperne, Dorset.
1923 John Heslop Audland; Dinton.
1923 Percy Augustus Nash; Trowbridge St. James with St. Stephen.
1923 Frank Edward Bignold; Stratford Tony.
1923 Frederick Swift Algeo; Studland, Dorset.
1923 Frederick Swift Algeo; Branksea, Dorset.
1923 John Edward Beardsworth; Norton Bavant.
1923 William Gilbert Cobbett; Evershot, Frome St. Quintin and Melbury Bubb, Dorset (conditional).
1923 Merrick Persse Maturin; West Parley, Dorset (conditional).
1923 Edward Herbert Pulling; Morgan's Vale.
1923 Arthur Herbert Powell; West Lulworth, Dorset.
1923 Leonard Thomas Pearson; Portland St. John, Dorset.
1923 James William Sackett Tomlin; Bishopstrow.
1924 Baldwin Francis Still Wingfield Pinney; Bryanston with Durweston, Dorset.
1924 Arthur Field; Spetisbury with Charlton Marshall, Dorset.
1924 Arthur William Goodwin; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset.
1924 Harold Edward Stevens; Burton Bradstock with Shipton Gorge and West Bay, Dorset.
1924 John Irwin Browne Cockin; Milton Lilborne.
1924 Gilbert Alfred King; Easterton.
1924 Francis Edward Overton; Blandford Forum, Dorset (conditional).
1924 William Henry Lewis; Fonthill Gifford.
1924 George William Tyndale (sic) Tyndale Biscoe; Caundle Bishop, Dorset.
1924 Frederick William Macdonald; Prebend of Winterbourne Earls.
1924 Henry Morland; Alton Pancras, Dorset.
1924 Herbert Cramer Beasley; Upwey, Dorset.
1924 Herbert William Lionel Smith; Wootton Glanville, Dorset.
1924 Albert Frederic Acton; Edington.
1924 Henry Lawrence Phillips; Poole, St. James, Dorset.
1924 John Grasett Pope; East Grafton.
1924 Francis William Brandreth; Up Cerne and Cerne Abbas, Dorset.
1924 Sydney Lambert; Pewsey (conditional).
1924 Edmund Seymour Daubeney; Winterslow (conditional).
1924 Francis William Topham Waithman; Stanton St. Bernard (conditional).
1924 George Hebden Roberts; Walditch, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/6  1925 - 1931

Contents:
1925 Edward Rhys Jones; Amesbury.
1925 Richard John Morrice; Redlynch.
1925 Henry Dunkin; Patney.
1925 William Henry Percival Arden; Whiteparish.
1925 Henry Weare Blandford; Abbotsbury, Dorset.
1925 Wilfred Marcus Askwith; Stalbridge, Dorset.
1925 Henry Robert Whytehead; Prebend of Minor Pars Altaris.
1925 John Alexander Bouquet; Wimborne St. Giles, Dorset.
1925 Frederick Seymour Horan; Chilton Foliat.
1925 Sir John Charles Molyneux; Portisham, Dorset.
1925 Stanley Forster-Brown; Charlton All Saints.
1925 Ernest Edward Hasluck; Handley with Gussage St. Andrew, Dorset.
1925 John David Morrice; Monkton Farleigh.
1925 Walter Haigh Branfoot; Enford.
1925 John William Charles Wand; Salisbury, St. Mark.
1925 Robert Crowther, Bishop of Sherborne; Gillingham, Dorset.
1925 Walter Pountney Rowley; West Parley, Dorset.
1926 Cyril Edwin Kindersley; Church Knowle, Dorset.
1926 Willie Gulliford; Froxfield (conditional).
1926 Percival Sexty; Evershot with Frome St. Quintin and Melbury Bubb, Dorset.
1926 Henry Philip Montolieu Margesson; West Lavington with Little Cheverell (conditional).
1926 Clement Dru Drury; Heddington.
1926 Charles Myers; Prebend of Durnford and office of sub-dean.
1926 George Henry Schofield Frobisher; Savernake Forest.
1926 Charles Johnstone Bourne Webb; Nether Compton with Over Compton, Dorset.
1926 Sydney Thomas; Manningford Abbots.
1926 Edward Granville Phillimore; West Fordington, Dorset.
1926 Henry Stewart Travers; Erlestoke.
1926 Arthur Davis Clutsom; Heytesbury.
1926 Herbert Pentin; Portland St. Peter, Dorset.
1926 Ernest Harry Iden-Hart; Woodford with Wilsford and Lake, (conditional).
1926 Stanley Punshon Marris; Milston and Brigmerston.
1926 William Percy Hughes; Whiteparish.
1926 George Frederick Tanner; Collingbourne Ducis.
1926 George Ernest Morris Tonge; Upavon.
1926 John Gill Ward; Avebury.
1926 David Osborne Davies; Chirton and Marden (conditional).
1926 John Francis Jones; Chaldon Herring, Dorset.
1926 Maitland Theophilus Dodds; Amesbury.
1926 Charles Leslie Dundas; Archdeaconry of Dorset.
1927 Edward Burton Maynard; Cheddington, Dorset.
1927 William Augustine Heygate; Prebend of Fordington and Writhlington.
1927 Eric James Bodington; Archdeaconry of Wiltshire.
1927 Edgar Alfred Reader; Bradpole, Dorset.
1927 Eric James Bodington; Calne.
1927 Horace Henry Coley; Alderholt, Dorset.
1927 Cecil Leavers Quibell; Fleet, Dorset.
1927 Frederick William Aldous; Shaftesbury, Holy Trinity with St. Peter, Dorset.
1927 Frederick Edward Markby; Charmouth, Dorset.
1927 Charles Inchbald Radford; Woodsford with Tincleton, Dorset (conditional).
1927 Francis Briggs Sowter; Highworth.
1927 Walter Greswell; Milton Abbas, Dorset.
1927 Ambrose Douglas Adams; Wimborne, St. John, Dorset (conditional).
1927 Charles Myers; Canonry in Salisbury Cathedral.
1927 Albert Alfred Cramp; Wambrook, formerly Dorset, now Somerset.
1927 August Frederick John Danneman; Calstone Wellington with Blackland.
1927 Frederick de la Poer Beresford Corfield; Steeple with Tyneham, Dorset (conditional).
1927 Charles Procter Fisher; Fonthill Gifford.
1927 Albert Edward Baynham; Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.
1927 Edward Capel Cure; Stour Provost with Todber, Dorset.
1928 Edward John Jackson; Piddletrenthide, Dorset.
1928 Stanley John Hersee; Wootton Bassett.
1928 Christopher Wordsworth; Chancellor of Salisbury Cathedral.
1928 John Lynes, junior; East Morden, Dorset.
1928 Ernest Gray Canham; Enford.
1928 Edwin Allwright; Tarrant Rushton and Tarrant Rawston, Dorset.
1928 Basil Ernest Millar; Minterne Magna, Hilfield and Hermitage, Dorset.
1928 Arthur Robert Collins; Branksea, Dorset.
1928 Arthur Samuel Berey; Broad Chalke (conditional).
1928 Raymond Owen Williams; Fisherton Delamere
1928 John Oswald Thompson; Wootton Glanville with Holnest, Dorset.
1929 John Bell Jackson; Heytesbury.
1929 Frederick William Thompson Greenwood; Blandford Forum, Dorset.
1929 James Carter Rendell; Whiteparish
1929 James William Sackett Tomlin; Prebend of Grantham Borealis.
1929 Francis Henry Sprent; Edington.
1929 Alphonse Edward Dru; East and West Harnham.
1929 Arthur Swinton Weatherhead; Trowbridge.
1929 Philip Jasper; Aldbourne (conditional)
1929 Herbert Lombard Eves; Redlynch (conditional).
1929 William Goodchild; Berwick St. John.
1929 Charles Dixon Hoste; Durnford.
1929 Charles Dixon Hoste; Marlborough.
1929 Edward John Gough; Parkstone, St. Osmund, Dorset.
1929 Thomas Harding Soulby; Bower Chalke.
1929 Charles Leslie Dundas; Prebend of Uffculme.
1929 Henry James Brunsdon Hallam; Erlestoke (conditional).
1929 Raymond Hugh Gundry; Steepleton Iwerne, Dorset.
1929 Harold Dymond Peel; Barford St. Martin (conditional).
1929 Thomas John Woodall; Prebend of Alton Australis.
1929 William Dudley Willis Greenham; Bower Chalke.
1930 George Clare Morrow; Moreton, Dorset.
1930 William Okes Parish; St. Mary, Longfleet, Dorset.
1930 Oscar Worne; Teffont Evias with Teffont Magna (conditional).
1930 Francis William Topham Waithman; Winterslow (conditional).
1930 Charles Frederick Medcalf; Preston with Sutton Poyntz, Dorset.
1930 Hugh Simmons; Enford.
1930 Herbert Johnson; Bishopstrow.
1930 Wyatt Arthur Evans; Kimmeridge, Dorset.
1930 William Thomas Godber; Winterborne Came with Winterborne Farringdon and Whitcombe, Dorset.
1930 Alban Henry Baverstock; Hinton Martel, Dorset.
1930 Horace Smith; Burcombe.
1930 Daniel Henry Charles Bartlett; Wootton Bassett.
1930 James Ralph Scholfield; Bourton with Silton, Dorset.
1931 Nigel Ernle Goddard; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset (conditional).
1931 James Cross; Sturminster Marshall, Dorset.
1931 Allen Wilfrid Bull; Burbage (conditional).
1931 Alexander George Baker; Woodsford with Tincleton, Dorset (conditional).
1931 Charles le Poer Trench Heaslop; West Ashton.
1931 Percy Gleadow Smith; Everleigh.
1931 Gerald Henry George Goddard; Chardstock All Saints, formerly Dorset, now Devon.
1931 Spencer Hollins Viggars; Bridport, Dorset.
1931 Oliver Goodman Crockett; Poole, St. Paul, Dorset.
1931 John Leofric de Buckenhold Thorold; Bromham.
1931 Reginald Callender; Tidcombe with Fosbury.
1931 Henry Robert Whytehead; Sub-Chantor of Salisbury Cathedral.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/7  1931 - 1937

Contents:
1931 Reginald McFarlane Alston Whitaker; Stock Gaylard and Lydlinch, Dorset.
1931 Rupert Philip Shiner; Salisbury St. Edmund.
1932 George Temple Miller; Tisbury.
1932 Loton Parry; Bloxworth, Dorset.
1932 Tudor Jeffreys; Southbroom.
1932 John Oswald Thompson; Urchfont with Stert.
1932 Arthur Charles Bradley Dobie; Owermoigne with Warmwell, Dorset.
1932 Edmund Seymour Daubeney; Pewsey.
1932 Stephen Harold Wingfield Digby; Sherborne, Castleton and Lillington, Dorset.
1932 Stephen Harold Wingfield Digby; Prebend of Stratton.
1932 Harry George Harrison; Blandford St. Mary, Dorset.
1933 Charles Richard Ryall; Bettiscombe with Pilsdon, Dorset.
1933 Christopher Campbell Sharpe; Steeple with Tyneham and Grange, Dorset.
1933 Cyril Dyon Job; West Lulworth, Dorset (conditional).
1933 Henry Guise Beatson Cowley; Stinsford, Dorset.
1933 Reginald Edmund Adderley; Parkstone St. Peter with Branksea, Dorset.
1933 Henry Uphill; Upton Scudamore.
1933 Henry Martyn Wellington; Athelhampton with Burleston, Dorset.
1933 Frederick Salmon Vaughan; Chute with Chute Forest (conditional).
1933 Frederick Wyldbore Wingfield Digby; Thornford, Dorset.
1933 Alfred George Barley; Froxfield.
1933 Norman Robert Ottiwell Gifford Bennet; Charmouth, Dorset.
1933 Jasper Selwyn Bazeley; Bishopstrow.
1933 Herbert George England; Tisbury.
1933 Rudolph Simon Bennertz Proby; Hilperton with Whaddon.
1933 Everard Verdon Roe; Caundle Bishop with Caundle Marsh, Dorset (conditional).
1934 John David Morrice; Prebend of Slape.
1934 Charles Herbert Cooke; Iwerne Steepleton, Dorset.
1934 Roger William Hammond Dalison; Stoke Abbott, Dorset.
1934 Frank Parker Crosse; Branksome, St. Aldhelm, Dorset.
1934 John Samuel Holmes; Baydon (conditional).
1934 Joseph MacDougal Lupton; Savernake.
1934 Arthur James Kayss Thompson; Rampisham with Wraxall, Dorset.
1934 Harold Oldfield Parnell; Blandford Forum, Dorset.
1934 Bertram Hill; Fifehead Neville, Dorset.
1934 Charles Philip Stewart Clarke; Prebend of Bitton.
1934 Frederick William Aldous; Alderholt, Dorset (conditional).
1934 Archibald Stuart Cameron; Barford St. Martin.
1935 Claude Samuel Homan; Stockton.
1935 David Mark Taylor; Hinton Martell, Dorset.
1935 Charles Edgar Delacour de Labillière; Stinsford, Dorset.
1935 Kenneth Donald Mackenzie; Prebend of Gillingham Minor.
1935 Tom Nicholas Floyd; Long Crichel with Moor Crichel, Dorset.
1935 Edward Hungerford Goddard; Clyffe Pypard.
1935 George Harris; Berwick St. John.
1935 Herbert Buller Ridler; Studley St. John (conditional).
1935 Charles Herbert Whittaker; The Orchestons.
1935 John Alfred Griffith Howell; Erlestoke and East Coulston (conditional).
1935 Arnold Dixon Talbot; Stinsford, Dorset.
1936 William Ernest Charles Henry; Chettle, Dorset.
1936 Charles Augustus Webb; Tidcombe and Fosbury.
1936 Alan Williams; Oborne, Dorset.
1936 Robert Moncrieff Curwen; Winterslow (conditional).
1936 John Lynes; Chalbury and Hinton Parva, Dorset.
1936 Walter John Graham Hobson; Radipole, Dorset.
1936 William Williams; Bishopstone and Stratford Tony (conditional).
1936 Henry Lefroy Russell; Church Knowle, Dorset.
1936 Thomas Harding Soulby; Stourpaine and Iwerne Steepleton, Dorset.
1936 Albert Duncan Dixey; Owermoigne with Warmwell, Dorset (conditional).
1936 Arthur John Shields; Bettiscombe and Pilsdon, Dorset.
1936 John Algernon Sidgwick; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset.
1936 John Hartforth Jaques; Studland, Dorset.
1936 Arthur Savile Beresford Freer; Gussage All Saints, Dorset.
1936 George Frederick Richardson; Canford Magna, Dorset.
1936 Richard Grosvenor Bartelot; Fordington St. George, Dorset.
1936 Gerald Burton Allen; Prebend of Fordington and Writhlington.
1936 Douglas Lyall Chandler Dunlop; Hilperton with Whaddon.
1937 Henry Edward Williams; Woolland, Dorset.
1937 John Dacre Vincent; Longbridge Deverill with Crockerton and Hill Deverill.
1937 William Montgomery Tod; Bothenhampton with Walditch, Dorset.
1937 Christopher Wordsworth; Prebend of Ruscombe Southbury.
1937 Arthur Savile Beresford Freer; Prebend of Teignton Regis.
1937 Samuel Mapleton Whitwell; Chardstock St. Andrew, formerly Dorset, now Devon (conditional).
1937 Sydney William Wayet; Winterbourne Stoke.
1937 Harold Moxon; Amesbury.
1937 Henry Norman Edge; Fifehead Neville, Dorset (conditional).
1937 Neville Shute Lawrie; Shaftesbury, St. Rumbold.
1937 Harry Samuel Wingham Finnie; Savernake Forest.
1937 Arthur Gordon Robertson; Sub-Chantor of Salisbury Cathedral.
1937 Charles Lewis Kennaway; Tarrant Crawford, Dorset.
1937 Clement Mallory Ricketts; Holy Trinity, Weymouth, Dorset.
1937 William Albert Butler; Seend.
1937 Arthur James Godball Hawes; Parkstone St. Peter with Branksea, Dorset.
1937 Henry Noel Bridge; Pimperne, Dorset.
1937 Cyril Charles Clissold Wilson; Long Crichel with Moor Crichel, Dorset.
1937 Reginald Ernest Pennington Gorringe; St. Thomas, Salisbury.
1937 Archibald Leslie Keith; Prebend of Grantham Borealis.
1937 Albert Edward Joscelyne; Preston with Sutton Poyntz, Dorset.
1937 Godfrey Reynell Wreford; West Ashton.
1937 Charles Myers; Treasurership of Salisbury Cathedral and Prebend of Calne.
1937 Arthur Louis Henry Selwyn; Preshute.
1937 Charles William Malster; Coombe Bissett with Homington.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/8  1938-1943

Contents:
1938 Edward Henry Hoare Lee; Whitchurch Canonicorum, Marshwood, Stanton St. Gabriel, Fishponds and Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.
1938 Arthur John Sinclair Burton; Cerne Abbas with Up Cerne, Dorset.
1938 Charles Hawkins Syndercombe Bower; Hanford, Dorset.
1938 Herbert William Allen; Alderbury.
1938 William Campbell Penney; Norton Bavant.
1938 Seymour Collett; Bratton.
1938 Frederick Seymour Horan; Kingston, Dorset.
1938 Edgar Conway King; Stourton.
1938 Percy John Dale; West Dean and East Grimstead.
1938 Charles Leslie Halifax Beardmore; Loders, Dorset.
1938 John Harris Arundell; Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset.
1938 Eric John George; Frampton, Dorset.
1938 William Patrick Dott; Winterslow (conditional).
1938 John Smith Swann; Holt.
1939 Robert Cooper Fugard; Kingston Deverill and Monkton Deverill.
1939 Alfred James Wilcox; Maiden Bradley.
1939 William Walser; Imber.
1939 William Norman Willson; Salisbury, St. Martin.
1939 Leopold Hewetson Landman; Bloxworth, Dorset.
1939 Thomas William Graham; Weymouth, St. Mary, Dorset.
1939 George Frank George; Devizes, St. Peter (conditional).
1939 Lewis Richardson; Wambrook, formerly Dorset, now Somerset.
1939 Horace Wake; Brixton Deverill.
1939 John Bell Jackson; Britford.
1939 Robert Stephenson Weallens; Winterbourne Monkton, Wilts.
1939 Cecil Frederic Urquhart; Chideock, Dorset.
1939 Albert Orton; Shillingstone, Dorset.
1939 Robert Jocelyn Pickard Cambridge; Manston with Hammoon, Dorset.
1939 Christopher Campbell Sharpe; West Lulworth, Dorset (conditional).
1939 Seth Morgan; Stoke Wake, Dorset.
1939 Henry Howard Tilney Bassett; Winterborne Whitchurch and Winterborne Clenston, Dorset.
1939 Charles Hubert Whitfield; Chettle, Dorset.
1939 John Anthony Sturton; Market Lavington.
1939 Michael Ward Kinloch; Moreton, Dorset.
1940 William Okes Parish; Archdeaconry of Dorset and Prebend of Yetminster Prima.
1940 Herbert William Allen; Prebend of Winterbourne Earls.
1940 Ernest Imrie Jones; Alvediston.
1940 Percy Mallett; Manningford Bruce and Manningford Abbots.
1940 Frank Moir Weller; Keevil and Bulkington.
1940 Hugh Carlo Bellasys Roden; Bourton and Silton, Dorset.
1940 Eric Sherrin Tarrant; Wool and East Burton, Dorset.
1941 John Jones; Marlborough St. Peter and St. Mary, and Savernake.
1941 John Jones; Prebend of Coombe and Harnham.
1941 Cuthbert Edwin Thomas Wills; Melbury Abbas, Dorset.
1941 Morgan John Walter Morgan; Horningsham.
1941 Gilbert Davies; Studley, St. John.
1941 Ernest Bury; Branksome, All Saints, Dorset.
1941 Albert Edward Joscelyne; Archdeaconry of Sherborne and Prebend of Yatesbury.
1941 Wilfred Marcus Askwith; Prebend of Grantham Borealis.
1941 Cyril Gilbert Reeves Palmer; Devizes, St. Peter (conditional).
1941 Sydney Ernest Crouch; Studland, Dorset.
1942 Hugh Selwyn Taggart; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset.
1942 Basil Hale Warner; Chardstock All Saints, formerly Dorset, now Devon.
1942 Arthur Edward George Peters; Prebend of Durnford.
1942 Sydney James Nisbet Wallace; Prebend of Lyme and Halstock.
1942 William Parker Hanks; Shapwick, Dorset.
1942 Walter Stephen Moule; Abbotsbury, Dorset.
1942 Ernest Harry Iden Hart; Witchampton and Chalbury, Dorset.
1943 Douglas Alexander George Muir; West Moors, Dorset.
1943 Arthur Stuart Robins; Winterbourne Stoke.
1943 Percival Massey Aldous; Bettiscombe with Pilsdon, Dorset.
1943 Francis Arthur Phillips; Little Bedwyn.
1943 Archibald Blissard Blissard-Barnes; Keevil and Bulkington.
1943 George Cyril Hutchings; Beaminster, Dorset.
1943 William Frederick Grace; Affpuddle with Turner's Puddle, Dorset.
1943 Frank Harold Sangster; Great Chalfield.
1943 John Greenfield Knight; Bratton.
1943 Alfred Charles Harvey Earle; Mapperton and Witherstone, Dorset.
1943 Sydney John Wyman; Devizes, St. Peter.
1943 Bertram Henry Meeres; Maiden Bradley.
1943 Oswald Morgan Stent; Gussage St. Michael and Gussage All Saints, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/9  1944-1948

Contents:
1944 William Charles John James; Handley and Pentridge, Dorset.
1944 Mildmay Francis Hall; Monkton Farleigh.
1944 Frederick Wyldbore Wingfield Digby; Shaftesbury, St. Rumbold, Dorset.
1944 Arthur Harry Nutting; Wootton Rivers.
1944 Philip Maurice Barry; Bradford on Avon.
1944 Mark Rodolph Carpenter-Garnier; Sub-Deanery of Salisbury Cathedral and Prebend of Slape.
1944 Walter John Barton; West Dean and East Grimstead.
1944 Cyril Meigh Rae; Alvediston.
1944 Edgar Janson Janson-Smith; Wimborne St. Giles, Dorset.
1944 Orlando St. Maur Weld Forester; Trowbridge
1944 Arthur Cecil Gaul; Ashmore, Dorset.
1944 Francis Robert Edmonds; Corsley with Chapmanslade.
1944 Richard Brome de Bary; Horton and Chalbury, Dorset.
1944 William Montgomery Tod; Bloxworth, Dorset.
1945 Edward Llewellyn Driscoll; Longbridge Deverill with Crockerton and Hill Deverill.
1945 Henry Hildyard Bloomfield; Salisbury, St. Martin.
1945 Edward Hungerford Goddard; Prebend of Preston.
1945 Thomas Haworth Jervis; Prebend of Yetminster Secunda.
1945 Guy Cecil Mayoh Gibbins; Great Chalfield.
1945 Cyril Hankin-Turvin; Wambrook, formerly Dorset, now Somerset.
1945 Walter Henry Pelham; Chilton Foliat.
1945 Ernest Stanley Warner; Rampisham with Wraxall, Dorset.
1945 Malcolm de Burgh Scott; Kingston, Dorset.
1945 Herbert Francis Gane; Heywood.
1945 Thomas Hugh Osman Hayter; Charlton All Saints (conditional).
1945 Joseph Edward Denham; Wimborne St. John, Dorset.
1945 Emlyn Hugh James; Long Crichel with Moor Crichel, Dorset.
1945 Edward Henry Hoare Lee; Prebend of Bedminster and Redclyffe.
1945 Edgar Charles Symes; West Parley, Dorset.
1945 Frederick Joseph Tozer; Whiteparish.
1945 William Instone Wolfenden; Netherbury, Dorset.
1945 Norman Charles Hony; Chardstock All Saints, formerly Dorset, now Devon (conditional).
1945 William Noel Richard Jeans Back; Leigh with Batcombe, Dorset (conditional).
1945 Ernest James Tadman; Langton Matravers, Dorset.
1945 George Royds; Woolland, Dorset.
1945 Ivone Kirkpatrick Jones; Owermoigne with Warmwell, Dorset.(conditional).
1945 Bryan Bernard Carter; Stoke Abbott, Dorset.
1945 Edward Thomas Gurney Hunter; South Perrott with Mosterton and Cheddington, Dorset.
1945 David Lawrence Bryce; The Orchestons.
1945 Thomas Guy Morres; Wishford and Little Langford.
1945 Kenneth Hovil McMaster; Shaftesbury, St. James, Dorset.
1945 Rupert Edward Gascoigne Newman; Prebend of Stratford.
1945 Nigel Everard Hawksley Westall; Caundle Purse with Caundle Stourton, Dorset.
1946 Cyril Wilberforce d'Ombrain; Bradpole, Dorset.
1946 William Mervyn Bowen Francis; Holt.
1946 Paul Meyer Osborn; Affpuddle with Turner's Puddle, Dorset.
1946 John Charles Byrom Eaton; Ogbourne St. Andrew.
1946 John Jeffreys de Winton; Blandford, St.Mary, Dorset.
1946 Willie Whichello Castle; Caundle Bishop with Caundle Marsh, Dorset.
1946 John Fitzgerald Kellett; Redlynch.
1946 Hugh Sherlock; Parkstone St. Peter with Branksea, Dorset.
1946 Basil Hankey; Tarrant Hinton and Tarrant Monkton with Tarrant Launceston, Dorset.
1946 John Wynn Werninck; Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset.
1946 Wesley Hunniford; Manningford Bruce with Manningford Abbots.
1946 Alexander George Baker; Burbage.
1946 Jasper George Litchfield Anderson; Heytesbury with Tytherington and Knook.
1946 Eustace Archibald Chorley; Sutton Veny.
1946 Edward Hamilton Blyth; Barford St. Martin.
1946 Arthur William Stote-Blandy; Colehill, Dorset.
1946 Raymond Preston Thomas; Bloxworth, Dorset.
1946 Herbert Montague Davies; Landford with Plaitford.
1946 Duncan Keith Macpherson; West Ashton.
1946 Edward Richard Zouche Walker; Lyneham with Bradenstoke.
1946 Percy Grandfield Phillips; Bromham (conditional).
1946 Archibald Brookes Poole; Berwick St. John and Alvediston.
1946 Charles Clyde Barber; Upton Scudamore.
1946 Cyril John Carrier; Bremhill with Foxham.
1946 Wilfrid Thomas Stubbs; Stratford sub Castle.
1946 Bernard Nathaniel Nicolas Woodard; West Lulworth, Dorset.
1946 Augustus Hyde Tredway Clarke; Savernake Forest.
1946 Henry Stanley Stephenson; Melbury Osmund, Melbury Sampford and Stockwood, Dorset.
1946 Oswald Henry Dalton Batty; Bradford-on-Avon, Christ Church.
1946 Ernest Alfred Menhinick Hawkins-Jones; Edington.
1946 Alfred Edmund Cousins; Moreton, Dorset.
1946 Frank Harold Sangster; Melksham and Great Chalfield.
1946 Leonard Robert West; Hilperton with Whaddon.
1947 Guy Cecil Mayoh Gibbins; Broughton Gifford.
1947 Robert Henry Farthing; Church Knowle and Kimmeridge, Dorset.
1947 Walter Wilks Sawtell; Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset.
1947 Charles Palmer; Loders, Dorset.
1947 Earle Legh Langston; Weymouth, St. Mary, Dorset.
1947 Lindsay Bartlett; Bridport and West Bay, Dorset.
1947 William Harold Ferguson; Precentor, and Prebend of Netherbury in Terra.
1947 Alfred Swann; Savernake.
1947 Frederick Carpenter; Oborne with Poyntington, Dorset.
1947 Leslie Frank Foot; East Stoke and East Holme, Dorset.
1947 Joseph Pulliblank; Manston with Hammoon, Dorset.
1947 Elliott Kenworthy Kenworthy-Browne; Durnford.
1947 Henry Augustus Bright; Wambrook, formerly Dorset, now Somerset.
1947 Cyril Summerfield Pugh; Winfrith Newburgh with Chaldon Herring, Dorset.
1947 John George Tyson; Puncknowle with Swyre, Dorset.
1947 Edward Langdale-Smith; West Grimstead.
1947 Granville William Borlase; Bishopstone with Stratford Tony.
1947 Taku John Constable Parry-Evans; Kingston Lacy and Hinton Parva, Dorset.
1947 Ernest Henry Earle; Bishopstrow and Norton Bavant.
1947 Hugh Lankester Haynes; Shillingstone, Dorset.
1948 Francis William Peverelle; Hampreston, Dorset.
1948 James Crompton; Whitchurch Canonicorum with Marshwood and Catherstone Leweston,Dorset.
1948 John Sydney Fowle; Ogbourne St. George.
1948 Albert Jesse Gauntlet Chard; Figheldean with Milston.
1948 Andrew Wilmot Douglas; Steeple Langford (conditional).
1948 Edwin Maurice Girling; Horton and Chalbury, Dorset.
1948 Cuthbert Helsham Heath-Caldwell; Kingston Deverill with Monkton Deverill and Brixton Deverill.
1948 William Wybrants Manning; Boyton with Sherrington.
1948 Archibald Leslie Keith; Prebend of Netheravon.
1948 Cyril Paterson Flatt; Wambrook, formerly Dorset, now Somerset.
1948 Frederick Victor Wallis; Collingbourne Kingston.
1948 Reginald Dalby Black; Worth Matravers, Dorset (conditional).
1948 William Leonard Bertram Caley; Prebend of Stratford.
1948 Arthur Frederick Smethurst; West Dean with East Grimstead.
1948 John Cole Hamilton; Compton Abbas with Wynford Eagle and Toller Fratrum, Dorset.
1948 Cuthbert Charles Castley; Over Compton with Nether Compton, Dorset.
1948 William Yorke Batley; Corfe Castle, Dorset.
1948 John Charles Wallis; Allington, Dorset.
1948 Charles Louis Richards; Pimperne, Dorset.
1948 William Southall; Compton Chamberlayne.
1948 John Henry Gooden; Wootton Glanville with Holnest, Dorset.
1948 George Herbert Moule; Winterborne Whitchurch with Winterborne Clenston, Dorset.
1948 Ernest Walder; Bincombe with Broadwey, Dorset.
1948 Arthur Elliott-Cannon; Savernake and Savernake Forest.
1948 Alfred Vincent Hurly; Prebend of Chisenbury and Chute.
1948 Richard Henry Edmonds; Handley with Pentridge, Dorset (conditional).

[no title]  D/1/20/1/10  1948-1953

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/11  1954-1960

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/12  1961-1968

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/13  1969-1973

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/14  1974-1978

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

[no title]  D/1/20/1/15  1979-1992

Contents:
Resignations by the incumbent.

Covenants and bonds to resign.  [no ref.]  1828-1896

Contents:
These were made between the incoming incumbent and the patron, the object being to institute someone who would resign when it suited the patron, usually to allow for a relation's or protégé's institution.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/1  1828

Contents:
Charles Eddy to the Earl of Pembroke: Fugglestone St. Peter and Bemerton.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/2  1828

Contents:
George Dowdney to the Earl of Pembroke: Fovant.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/3  1829

Contents:
Robert Clavey Griffith to the Marquis of Bath: Fifield.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/4  1829

Contents:
Lewis Tugwell to the Marquis of Bath: Longbridge Deverill.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/5  1829

Contents:
Charles Rookes to John Thomas Mayne, esq: Teffont Evias.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/6  1830

Contents:
Horatio Moule to K. W. & H.D.C.S. Horlock, esqs: Box.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/7  1830

Contents:
John Eddy to the Earl of Pembroke: Fugglestone with Bemerton.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/8  1832

Contents:
Francis Close to Francis Paynter, esq: Hatford, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/9  1833

Contents:
George Lillingston to George Henry Vansittart, esq: Bisham, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/10  1834

Contents:
Edwin James Parker to Lord Braybrooke: Waltham St. Lawrence, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/11  1834

Contents:
Robert Blunt to George Henry Vansittart, esq: Bisham, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/12  1835

Contents:
Charles V. Shuckburgh to Robert Bristow, esq: Whiteparish.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/13  1836

Contents:
William Money to Thomas Du Boulay, S.M. Ward and P.Cazenove, esqs: Heddington.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/14  1837

Contents:
William Fisher, prebendary of Ilfracombe, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Salisbury: certificate respecting the renewal of the lease of Ilfracombe.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/15  1839

Contents:
George J. Majendie to Thomas Du Boulay, esq. and others: Heddington.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/16  1841


Related information: (See also D/1/20/2/41).

Contents:
Procurator and Commonalty of Vicars, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Salisbury: certificate respecting the renewal of the lease of plots of garden in the Close belonging to the Matrons' College.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/17  1842

Contents:
John H. Carnegie to the Marquis of Salisbury: Cranborne, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/18  1842

Contents:
George T. Ward to Thomas Du Boulay, esq. and others:Heddington.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/19  1848

Contents:
Henry J. Urquhart to the Rev. George Gooden: Fleet, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/20  1847

Contents:
George Arden to G.L.D. Damer: Winterborne Came, Dorset(includes a bond to keep the rectory house in repair).

[no title]  D/1/20/2/21  1848

Contents:
Rowland Huyshe to William Trevelyan Cox, esq: Cheddington, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/22  1847

Contents:
Charles Forward to H. C. Compton, esq: Witherstone, Powerstock, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/23  1847

Contents:
Edward F. Boyle to J. C. Colquhoun, esq., and others: Whaddon and Hilperton.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/24  1851

Contents:
John W. Clarke to Col. Dashwood and Keith Barnes, esq.: Cattistock, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/25  1852

Contents:
William F. Radclyffe to Sir John James Smith: Tarrant Rushton and Tarrant Rawston, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/26  1852

Contents:
George J. Collinson to Sir R. P. Glyn: Compton Abbas, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/27  1853

Contents:
William West Blanford to Sir R. P. Glyn: Compton Abbas, Dorset(not instituted).

[no title]  D/1/20/2/28  1853

Contents:
William S. Hadley to Sir R. P. Glyn: Compton Abbas, Dorset(instituted on cession of G. J. Collinson).

[no title]  D/1/20/2/29  1854

Contents:
Thomas Blair to John Michell: Milborne St. Andrew with Dewlish, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/30  1856

Contents:
Richard V. Blathwayt to G. D. Wingfield Digby, esq: Thornford, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/31  1856

Contents:
Symeon J. Bartlett, L1.D. to Sir F. D. Astley: Everleigh.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/32  1857

Contents:
John D. Addison to the Rev. George Goodden: Fleet, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/33  1858

Contents:
Thomas L. Montefiore to Mrs. Dinah Hildyard: Catherstone Leweston, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/34  1858

Contents:
Frederick Bliss to Giles Meech, esq: Hammoon, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/35  1859

Contents:
William H. Shorland to the Rev. T. M. Dodington and others: Silton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/36  1860

Contents:
John Kingston to Miss Selina A. Still and others: Cattistock, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/37  1862

Contents:
Jonas P. F. Davidson to R. B. Sheridan, esq: and his wife: Frampton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/38  1863

Contents:
Henry Rawlinson to Mrs. Bower and others: Symondsbury, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/39  1863

Contents:
William F. Roe to Giles Meech, esq: Hammoon, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/40  1863

Contents:
Charles B. Coney to the Rev. George Goodden: Fleet, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/41  1863


Related information: (See also D/20/2/16)

Contents:
Procurator and Commonalty of Vicars, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Salisbury: two certificates about the renewal of the lease of garden plots to the Trustees of the Matrons' College, Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/42  1864

Contents:
William H. West to William Trevelyan Cox, esq: Cheddington, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/43  1866

Contents:
Thomas Davidson to George Carr Glyn, esq: Fontmell Magna, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/44  1866

Contents:
Frederick M. Adams to Thomas Leach, esq. and others: Teffont Evias.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/45  1868

Contents:
Robert C. Price to Frederick North, esq: Child Okeford, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/46  1868

Contents:
William H. A. Truell to Mrs. Anne Castleman: Chettle, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/47  1870

Contents:
Henry G. Jebb to Lord Wolverton: Fontmell Magna, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/48  1871

Contents:
Percival H. Dyke to Sir R. G. Glyn: Compton Abbas, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/49  1872

Contents:
Charles H. Mayo to Miss Margaret Cosens: Long Burton with Holnest, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/50  1873

Contents:
George W. C. Skene to Lord Wolverton: Fontmell Magna, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/51  1880

Contents:
Henry J. Carver to Sir R. G. Glyn: Melbury Abbas, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/52  1880

Contents:
Arthur Whittall to the trustees of the will of the late J. E. Fowle: St. Mary's, Chute Forest.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/53  1881

Contents:
Frederick W. Maunsell to E. G. White, esq. and others: Symondsbury, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/54  1886

Contents:
Samuel A. Walker to J.S.W.S. Erle Drax, esq: Spetisbury with Charlton Marshall, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/55  1896

Contents:
George F. Tanner to the Marquis of Ailesbury: Collingbourne Ducis.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/56  1896

Contents:
Arthur J. Bowen to Canon John Smith: Kington Magna, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/57  1830-1831

Contents:
Robert Bentley Buckle to James Frampton, (2): Moreton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/58  1831

Contents:
Robert Bentley Buckle to James Frampton: Buckland Ripers, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/59  1834

Contents:
Richard Bellamy to Sir James Burrough: Blandford St. Mary, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/60  1834

Contents:
Charles Woolls to John S. W. S. Erle Drax: Charborough, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/61  1834

Contents:
Joshua S. Hird to John S. W. S. Erle Drax: Almer, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/62  1834

Contents:
George Gray Stuart to Lt. Genl. John Michel: Milborne St. Andrew with Dewlish, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/63  1835

Contents:
George Hadley to Lt. Genl. John Michel: Milborne St. Andrew with Dewlish, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/64  1836, 1846

Contents:
Thomas Payn to George Chamberlaine: Holy Trinity, Weymouth, Dorset, 1836, with a letter 1846 releasing Thomas Payn from his obligation.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/65  1837

Contents:
William Buller to James Frampton: Moreton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/66  1838

(2)

Contents:
George Eveleigh Saunders institutes himself, but covenants to resign in favour of one of his sons, Cossley Diggle Saunders or George Eveleigh Saunders: Tarrant Hinton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/67  1841

Contents:
Samuel R. Capel to John H. Calcraft: Wareham, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/68  1841

Contents:
Jonathan Henry Lovett Cameron to Miss Catherine B. Jackson: Fleet, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/69  1842

Contents:
William Smith to William, Lord de Manley and Thomas H. Graham: Canford Magna, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/70  1846

Contents:
John Cooke Cox to William Trevelyan Cox: Cheddington, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/20/2/71  c.1900

Contents:
List of covenants to resign livings, 1828-1896.

Declarations and commissions under the Incumbents Resignation Acts.  [no ref.]  1921-1951

[no title]  D/1/20/3/1  1921-1924

Contents:
Declarations and commissions under the Incumbents Resignation Acts.

[no title]  D/1/20/3/2  1925-1928

Contents:
Declarations and commissions under the Incumbents Resignation Acts.

[no title]  D/1/20/3/3  1929-1930

Contents:
Declarations and commissions under the Incumbents Resignation Acts.

[no title]  D/1/20/3/4  1940, 1945, 1949, 1951

Contents:
Declarations and commissions under the Incumbents Resignation Acts.

Rural Deans  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The administrative unit of the rural deanery was revived in 1811 by Bishop Fisher. Since its revival the deaneries have been subject to a number of changes: some deaneries have ceased to exist; some new ones have been created; others have moved out of the diocese. For further information on the dates of each deanery's existence see the notes at the beginning of each deanery section. It is important to note that from 1872 until well into the 20th century, rural deaneries in the diocese of Salisbury were known both as divisions or portions of their original rural deanery and by their later names; for example, Avebury deanery was divided into two portions, known confusingly as Avebury deanery and Cannings deanery.
In 1837 the deaneries of Cricklade and Malmesbury were transferred to the diocese of Bristol, so their records after that date are at the Bristol Record Office, as are records of the Chippenham deanery, which was formed in 1887. Records of Dorset deaneries have been transferred to the Dorset Record Office.

[no title]  D/1/21/1  1670, 1672

Contents:
Statement of the duties of rural deans by the Revd. John Priaulx, rector of Berwick St. John, and returns, entered on a single sheet, for a number of parishes in the deanery of Marlborough. The returns relate mainly to defects in buildings and furniture belonging to the church.

[no title]  D/1/21/2  1811-1829

Contents:
Orders, returns, and other papers, relating to the visitation of parishes by rural deans. The orders relate almost entirely to the fabric of the church, parsonage house and other buildings belonging to the church, to the furniture of the church, and to the residence or non-residence of the incumbent. Most of the documents are for 1812. The deaneries mainly dealt with are Avebury, Chalke, Marlborough, Malmesbury, Amesbury, Cricklade and Potterne, but there are letters containing reports on churches in the Berkshire deaneries of Wallingford, Newbury, Abingdon and Reading, and a letter of Bishop Fisher reviving the office of rural dean, 1811.

[no title]  D/1/21/3  1860, 1864

Contents:
Letter from the bishop arranging a conference of rural deans, and printed letter on administrative matters.

[no title]  D/1/21/4  1886-1902

1 vol.

Contents:
Minutes of conferences of archdeacons and rural deans

Rural Deaneries: Diocese of Salisbury  [no ref. or date]

Note: NOTE ON MINUTE BOOKS
Meetings were either-
Chapter, ie clergy or
Conference, ie clergy and lay representatives


Alderbury  D/1/21/5/1  [n.d.]


Related information: Before 1872 see Amesbury
Minutes, see Amesbury.

Administrative history:
From 1872 Alderbury deanery formed the first division of Amesbury deanery.

Contents:
Alderbury, 1872 to date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/1/1/1  1888-1932

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for the deanery, started by Rev. R.J.Hutchings, rural dean, in 1888 and updated to 1932. It contains a description of each church, with photographs of the exterior and interior, covering the fabric, furniture, ornaments, bells and monuments. Other sections (not always completed) deal with the parish registers, charities, schools, churchyard, glebe, vicarages and rectories, and parochial libraries. Photographs of Winterbourne Dauntsey are of wall paintings only. With a letter from Canon Mayo about a scheme to record the content and fabric of churches, 1909.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/1/1/2  1888

Contents:
Copies of many of the photographs in D/1/21/5/1/1/1, and also including exterior views of East Grimstead, Pitton, Landford and Laverstock churches and an interior view of a chapel in Farley Church.

Amesbury  D/1/21/5/2  [n.d.]


Related information: After 1951 see Avon.

Administrative history:
From 1872 divided into two portions:
First division or Alderbury
Second division or Amesbury.

Contents:
Amesbury, 1811-1951

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/1/1  1856-1874

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings, including an index of meetings with the laity, for Alderbury and Amesbury portions.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/1/2  1875-1900

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings, for Alderbury and Amesbury portions.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/1/3  1900-1951

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/2  1888-c.1948

Contents:
Parochial inspection book started by Canon C S Ruddle (rural dean 1863-1911). It contains a brief history of each parish, a note of the population, a plan of the church, a list of incumbents, newspaper cuttings and copies of wills. With another book which contains similar information.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/3  1937-1953

Contents:
Church inspection report book containing inventories of church contents.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/4  c.1895

Contents:
Photograph album including portraits of Bishop Wordsworth and two clergy, possibly H W Barclay, rector of Boscombe from 1891 and Canon C S Ruddle, rural dean of Amesbury 1863-1911; photographs of Salisbury Cathedral and the churches at Allington, Amesbury, Boscombe, Bulford, Durnford, Durrington, Figheldean, Idmiston, Milston, Newton Tony and Porton, and three photographs of the interior of Durrington showing the font, the door and a fireplace.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/5  1900

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/6  1903-1904

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/7  1905-1906

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/8  1906-1907

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/9  1907-1908

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/10  1909-1910

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/11  1911-1912

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/12  1913-1914

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/2/13  1915-1916

Contents:
Amesbury deanery magazine.

Avebury  [no ref. or date]


Related information: After 1974 see Calne and Marlborough.
For minutes of Cannings deanery, 1944-1984 see Devizes D/1/21/5/8/1/1 and Potterne D/1/21/5/13/1/2.

Administrative history:
From 1872 divided into two portions:
First division or Avebury
Second division or Cannings.
In 1951 the Cannings portion was divided between Avebury and Devizes deaneries. In 1974 Avebury deanery was divided between Marlborough deanery and the newly formed Calne deanery.

Contents:
Avebury 1811-1974

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/1/1  1858-1860

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the southern division (after 1872 this was the Second or Cannings division of Avebury deanery).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/1/2  1866-1871

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the southern division (ie Cannings).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/1/3  1870-1886

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings for the Cannings portion, with a photograph of a silver salver given to the Revd E H M Sladen when he left Alton Barnes, 1872.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/1/4  1907-1943

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings, for the Cannings division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/1/5  1938-1948

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings for the Avebury portion.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/2  1887-1910

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for the Cannings division of Avebury deanery, made in 1887 and updated to 1910. It contains a brief history of each parish, a description of the church and its communion plate, church furniture, bells, monuments, windows, registers, and a note of schools.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/3  1910

Contents:
Memorial tablets, etc, church plate and bells, Rural Deanery of Avebury (Cannings portion), printed book.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/3/4  1817

Contents:
Certificates that repairs have been carried out to the churches at Avebury and All Cannings.

Avon  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1951 see Amesbury and Enford deaneries.

Administrative history:
Formed in 1951

Contents:
1951 to date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/1/1  1951-1973

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/1/2  1973-1981

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/1/3  1982-1990

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/1/4  1983-1991

Contents:
Agenda papers of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/1/5  1991-1995

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/2/1  1968-1980

Contents:
Minutes and papers of deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/2/2  1983-1991

Contents:
Minutes and papers of deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/2/3  1991-1995

Contents:
Minutes and papers of deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/3/1  1951-1969

Contents:
Minutes and attendance lists of ruri-decanal conferences.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/4/1  1983-1995

Contents:
Minutes and papers of the Standing Committee of the deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/5/1  1985-1995

Contents:
Minutes and correspondence of the Pastoral Committee of the deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/6/1  1987-1994

Contents:
Minutes and papers of the Care and Mission Committee of the deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/7/1  1986-1993

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to rural deans and lay chairmen's conferences.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/8/1  1982-1994

Contents:
Meeting papers and correspondence of treasurers' meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/4/9/1  1990-1995

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the training of lay pastoral assistants.

Amesbury  D/1/21/5/4/10/1  1980-1994

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Bulford  D/1/21/5/4/10/2  1977-1988

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Durrington  D/1/21/5/4/10/3  1980-1995

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Enford  D/1/21/5/4/10/4  1980-1991

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Figheldean  D/1/21/5/4/10/5  1980-1992

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Ludgershall and Faberstown  D/1/21/5/4/10/6  1980-1994

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Milston  D/1/21/5/4/10/7  1980-1988

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Netheravon and Fittleton  D/1/21/5/4/10/8  1980-1989

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Rushall  D/1/21/5/4/10/9  1980-1989

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Tidworth  D/1/21/5/4/10/10  1986-1995

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Upavon  D/1/21/5/4/10/11  1977-1995

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Woodford Valley  D/1/21/5/4/10/12  1980-1989

Contents:
Pastoral reorganisation correspondence, induction papers, parochial information, leaflets, church guides and miscellaneous papers

Bradford on Avon  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1872 see Potterne.

Administrative history:
From 1872 Bradford deanery formed the third division of Potterne deanery.

Contents:
1872-date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/1  1856-1875

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/2  1875-1898

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/3  1898-1927

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/4  1927-1953

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/5  1988-1998

Contents:
Unsigned minutes and agenda papers of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/1/6  1988-1998

Contents:
Unsigned minutes and agenda papers of deanery synod meetings. With annual reports 1977-1978.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/2  1926-1933

Contents:
Minute book of meetings of the members of Bray theological library.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/3  1879-1891

Contents:
Two parochial inspection books containing a description of each church, and details of church plate and furniture, bells, schools and charities. There is an index at the front.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/4  1891-1955

Contents:
Parochial inspection book started in 1891 by the Reverend A O Hartley, rural dean and vicar of Steeple Ashton. It contains a brief history of each parish, inventories of communion plate and church furniture and a description of the bells.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/5  1891

Contents:
Inventory of church plate in the deanery with descriptions and a brief history.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/6  c.1895

Contents:
Plans of churches in the deanery. Architect Charles Adye, Town Chambers, Bradford on Avon: Atworth; Bradford on Avon, Holy Trinity; Great Chalfield; Hilperton; Holt; Melksham Forest; Monkton Farleigh; South Wraxall; Trowbridge St. James; and Westwood.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/7  n.d. c.1880

Contents:
Monumental inscriptions of Holy Trinity, Bradford on Avon.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/8  1957-1966

Contents:
Letters to the Rev. C A Witcomb as rural dean.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/9  1963-1969

Contents:
Papers relating to the Deanery Woman Worker scheme.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/5/10  n.d. Late 19th cent

Contents:
Printed scheme for writing a parish history.

Calne  D/1/21/5/6  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Formed in 1974 from parts of Avebury and Devizes.

Contents:
1974 to date

Chalke  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
From 1872 the deanery was divided into two portions:
The first division, Chalke or East,
And the second division, Tisbury or West.
In 1973-1974, the Tisbury portion joined Shaftesbury to form the Shaftesbury and Tisbury deanery, but returned to Chalke in 1974.

Contents:
1811 to date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/1  1859-1902

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/2  1903-1939

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/3  1872-1919

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/4  1920-1938

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/5  1856-1887

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, Tisbury division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/6  1890-1932

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings, Tisbury division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/7  1936-1966

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings, Tisbury division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/8  1888, 1959-1974

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, Tisbury division, 1959-1974, with notes on Berwick St John, 1888.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/1/9  1990-1995

Contents:
Notes from Chalke deanery synod meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/2  1951-1954

Contents:
Correspondence file concerning deanery conference meetings, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/3  1963

Contents:
Correspondence file with report on deanery conference meeting, Chalke division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/4  1831-1847

Contents:
Minute book of Clerical Society meetings, with a subject index at the back.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/5  1894-1900

Contents:
Minute book of Clerical Society meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/6  1900-1907

Contents:
Minute book of Clerical Society meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/7  1913-1919

Contents:
Minute book of Clerical Society meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/8  1959

Contents:
Chalke rural deanery treasurer's report.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/9  1887-1968

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for the Chalke portion of the Chalke deanery, made in 1887 and updated to c.1903. It contains a brief history of each parish, a description of the church (a few have photographs), churchyard, communion plate, church furniture, bills, registers and schools. At the back are newspaper cuttings, 1957-1961, and photographs, 1963-1968. With it is a rough notebook, 1887.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/10  1886

Contents:
Inventory of communion plate and church furniture belonging to churches in the Tisbury division of the Chalke deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/11  1945

Contents:
Rough parochial inspection book.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/12  1955-1963

Contents:
Rural dean's church inspection report book describing the church and churchyard, repairs needed, communion plate and church furniture.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/13  1965

Contents:
Five letters concerning rural deanery boundaries, reorganisation and the possible closure of some churches, with reflections by Canon Hall on the changes in church organisation during his four years as rural dean.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/14  1957

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine (December only).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/15  1958

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/16  1959

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/17  1960

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/18  1961

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/19  1962

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/20  1963

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/21  1964

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/22  1969

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine (January - March are missing).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/23  1970

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/24  1971

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/25  1972

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/26  1973

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/27  1974

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/28  1975

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/28 (A)  1973-March 1976

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine, "South of Sarum".

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/29  1976

Contents:
Tisbury deanery magazine (title change to Chalke deanery magazine from April 1976).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/30  1977

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/31  1978

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/32  1979

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/33  1980

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/34  1981

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/35  1982

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/36  1983

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/37  1984

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/38  1985

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/39  1986

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/40  1987

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/41  1988

Contents:
Chalke deanery magazine (February, May, July and November missing).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/7/42  1964

Contents:
Printing block of a map depicting Chalke deanery.

Devizes  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1951, see Potterne, Avebury: Cannings and Marlborough.

Administrative history:
Formed 1951

Contents:
1951 to date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/1/1  1944-1984

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings for the Cannings portion of Avebury deanery, from 1951 in Devizes deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/1/2  1959-1980

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/1/3  1970-1982

Contents:
Minutes of deanery synod, including reports on expenses, annual alms, population, Anglican/Roman Catholic relations.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/1/4  1979-1999

Contents:
Devizes Deanery synod minutes.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/2  1927-1956

Contents:
Church inspection report book for the Potterne and Enford divisions of Potterne deanery, from 1951 in Devizes deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/3  1938-1952

Contents:
Church inspection report book for the Cannings division of Avebury deanery, from 1951 in Devizes deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/4  1956-1959

Contents:
Church inspection report book, Devizes deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/8/5  1963-1967

Contents:
Church inspection report book, Devizes deanery.

Enford  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1872, see Potterne.
After 1951, see Devizes.

Administrative history:
From 1872 Enford formed the second division of Potterne deanery.

Contents:
1872-1951

[no title]  D/1/21/5/9/1/1  1904-1951

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/9/2  c.1890 - c.1933

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for the Enford or second division of Potterne deanery, giving details of church buildings, church restoration, church furniture, bells, monuments, churchyards and schools.

Heytesbury  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1872, see Wylye.

Administrative history:
From 1872 Heytesbury deanery formed the second division of Wylye deanery.

Contents:
1872 to date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/1/1  1930-1962

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/1/2  1962-1968

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/1/3  1930-1944

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/2  1909-1975

Contents:
Parochial inspection book, with notes on the state of repair of churches and churchyards in the Heytesbury division of Wylye deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/3  1858-1893

Contents:
Volume of reports of a committee appointed by the rural deanery chapter, on: missionary studentships; new canons; church attendance; Church of England Working Men's Society; and non-conformity in the area.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/10/1/4  1961-1980

Contents:
Minutes of deanery synod meetings, 1970-1980, with agenda papers for meetings of parochial treasurers, 1961-1967.

Marlborough  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
From 1872 Marlborough deanery was divided into the first or Marlborough division and the second or Pewsey division.

Contents:
1811-date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/1  1868, 1887-1908

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings, Marlborough Division. With copy minutes 1868.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/2  1908-1928

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings, Marlborough Deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/3  1926-1957

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/4  1958-1975

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/5  1975-1986

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/6  1926-1961

Contents:
Minute book of the deanery conference meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/1/7  1970-1976-1986

Contents:
Copy minutes of the deanery synod.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/2/1  1889-1898

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings, mainly for the Pewsey division, but some for joint Marlborough and Pewsey divisions, and minutes of some ruridecanal school committee meeting.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/2/2  1899-1921

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings, mainly for the Pewsey division, but some for joint Marlborough and Pewsey divisions.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/3/1  1873-1886

Contents:
As set of Diocesan Synod papers annotated by Revd. H. Baber, Ramsbury also with some draft deanery meeting minutes.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/4/1  1812-1871

Contents:
Parochial inspection book, giving details of church buildings, communion plate, clergy, parsonage houses, schools and parsonage for each parish in the deaneries of Marlborough and Cricklade.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/4/2  1812-1905

Contents:
A copy of D/1/21/5/11/4/1 for years 1821-1817. With notes on ecclesiastical matters, education and history. This copy was the property of Revd. Charles Francis rural dean of Marlborough 1811-1821. It was purchased by Revd. Christopher Wordsworth rural dean in 1905 who added a note about Francis and a list of rural deans.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/4/3  1887

Contents:
Files of papers on parochial inspections details as in D/1/21/5/11/4/1 but also covering glebe land. For parishes of Aldbourne, Chiseldon, Draycott, Froxfield, Mildenhall, Ogbourne St Andrew, Ogbourne St. George (with ground plan of church and monumental brass rubbing), Preshute, Savernake Christchurch, Savernake St Katherine.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/4/4  1888-1911

Contents:
Parochial inspection book details as D/1/21/5/11/4/1 also covering glebe land. These have extremely detailed descriptions of parish registers, church fabric and records. The initial inspection is the most detailed; subsequent inspections merely add new information.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/5/1  1938-1958

Contents:
Rural deans note books of inspections brief/details on printed format; Worton, Poulshot, Market Lavington, Devizes St John, Devizes St Mary, 1935; thereafter from 1953 rural deanery of Marlborough.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/6/1  1890-1917

Contents:
Statistics of church work and finance: Marlborough deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/7/1  1970-1978

Contents:
File of papers relating to pastoral schemes and parish boundary changes.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/7/2  1979-1982

Contents:
Report on the 4th triennium of the deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/7/3  1982-1985

Contents:
File on Mildenhall church and benefice.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/7/4  1980

Contents:
Letters about Ogbourne St George benefice.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/7/5  1981-1986

Contents:
File of papers about the establishment of the benefice of Whitton.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/8/1  1919


Related information: See also: D/1/21/1, returns, 1670 and 1672
D/1/21/1, visitation papers, 1811-1829

Contents:
'Notes on the Rural Deaneries of Marlborough and Cricklade 1821' by the Rev. G F Tanner, rector of Collingbourne Ducis and rural dean, reprinted form W.A.M. vol. 41, 1920-22. Also some rough notes and a letter dated 29 April 1919 from B P Bouverie comparing the state of the deanery between 1812 and 1871 and in 1919.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/8/2  20th cent

Contents:
Printed block of map of the rural deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/11/8/3  mid 20th cent

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing the area of the rural deanery.

Pewsey  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1872, see Marlborough and D/1/25/11/2/2-2

Administrative history:
From 1872 Pewsey deanery formed the second division of Marlborough deanery.

Contents:
1872-date

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/1  1899-1934

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the Pewsey division of Marlborough deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/2  1934-1959

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, with small photograph of eight clergymen.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/3  1959-1972

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/4  1972-1981

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/5  October 1930

Contents:
Minutes of a deanery conference meeting.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/1/6  1970-1980

Contents:
Minute book of deanery synod meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/2  1887-1918

Contents:
Two parochial inspection books, including a brief history of the parishes, church contents, population, and notes on schools: some have interior and exterior photographs of the churches.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/3  c.1912, c.1950

Contents:
Notes on the state of the church in the rural deanery of Pewsey one hundred years ago, c.1912 and recommendations for the reorganisation of Pewsey deanery, c.1950.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/12/4  c.1900-1950

Contents:
Three pamphlets:
' Life and Liberty for the Church of England'on patronage and tenure, c.1900;
'Parsons Pay', 1950; and
'The Church Expects', 1949.

Potterne  [no ref. or date]


Related information: After 1951, see Devizes.

Administrative history:
From 1872 divided into three portions:
First or Potterne division
Second or Enford division
Third or Bradford division

Contents:
1811-1951

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/1/1  1867-1901

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/1/2  1925-1950

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter and conference meetings. Meetings in 1950 are for combined Cannings and Potterne deaneries, in anticipation of the new Devizes deanery formed in 1951.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/1/3  1906

Contents:
Bundle of minutes, reports of commissioners appointed by the bishop, correspondence and newspaper cuttings, dealing with the proposed separation of the parishes of St John and St Mary Devizes.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/2  n.d

Contents:
Not used.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/3  c.1890-c.1903

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for Keevil, with notes on parish registers, other parish records, income, vicarage, monuments, church furniture and the school.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/4  c.1890-c.1903

Contents:
Parochial inspection book for the parishes of St John and St Mary, Devizes, with notes on the bells, church fabric and parish registers.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/5  c.1890-c.1897

Contents:
Volume containing an inventory of the church plate and ornaments of the following parishes: Bulkington, Great and Little Cheverell, Coulston, Devizes, St John and St Mary, Easterton, Edington, Erlestoke, Imber, Keevil, West and Market Lavington, Potterne, Poulshot and Worton; with additional notes on the registers and fabric of Erlestoke and Great Cheverell churches.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/6  1934

Contents:
Letters and related papers concerning dilapidated or otherwise unsuitable parsonage houses within Potterne deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/7  1817

Contents:
Note that repairs have been carried out to the church at Imber.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/8  19th cent

Contents:
Deanery seal matrix.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/9  1837

Contents:
Letter to the archdeacon of Wiltshire about a proposed alteration to the deanery (no detail).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/13/10  1915-1924

Contents:
Rural dean's parochial inspection note book.

Salisbury  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1971, see Wilton and the sub-deanery of Salisbury.
For minutes 1971-1974, see Wilton and the sub-deanery of Salisbury, D/1/21/5/15/1/3.

Administrative history:
Formed 1971.

Contents:
1971-date
(No records yet.)

Wilton and the Sub-Deanery of Salisbury  [no ref. or date]


Related information: After 1971 see Salisbury and Wylye and Wilton deaneries.

Contents:
1811-1971

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/1  1856-1879

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/2  1895-1916

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/3  1916-1927, 1959-1974

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.
Salisbury deanery from 1971.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/4  1907-1921

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and some chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/5  1932-1950

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference and chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/1/6  1950-1959


Related information: For 1959-1974, see D/1/5/15/1/3 above.

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/2  1888-c.1933

Contents:
Parochial inspection book containing details of church fabric, church furniture, bells, monuments, registers, churchyards and schools, for each parish in the deanery.

Burcombe  D/1/21/5/15/3A  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

Fisherton Anger  D/1/21/5/15/3B  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

Fugglestone and Bemerton  D/1/21/5/15/3C  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

Morgan's Vale  D/1/21/5/15/3D  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

St Edmund, Salisbury  D/1/21/5/15/3E  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

St Martin and St Mark, Salisbury  D/1/21/5/15/3F  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

St Thomas, Salisbury  D/1/21/5/15/3G  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

South Newton  D/1/21/5/15/3H  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

Stratford-sub-Castle  D/1/21/5/15/3I  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

Wilton and Netherhampton  D/1/21/5/15/3J  1911-1939

Contents:
Inventories, historical notes and correspondence with the rural dean

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/4  1897-1962

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/5  1916-1923

2 vols.

Contents:
Diocesan inspector's reports on schools in Wilton deanery

[no title]  D/1/21/5/15/6  1835-1844

Contents:
Horae Decanicae Rurales, by Wm. Dansey, rural dean of Chalk, concerning the origin, appointments and functions of rural deans, with a section on Salisbury diocesan. Two editions. The first acquired by Rev. Dacres Olivier, the second prob. by Rev. Chris Wordsworth, rural dean of Marlborough.

Wylye  [no ref. or date]


Related information: After 1971 see Wilton and Wylye.

Administrative history:
From 1872 divided into two portions:
First or Wylye division
Second or Heytesbury division.

Contents:
1811-1971

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/1  1856-1863

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the south-eastern division (after 1872 this was the Wylye division).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/2  1864-1887

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the eastern or (after 1872) Wylye division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/3  1888-1952

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the Wylye division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/4  1952-1971

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the Wylye division (indexed).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/5  1868-1873

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings, for the south-eastern or Wylye division (covers the same meetings as those in D/1/21/5/16/1/2).

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/6  1871-1904

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings, for the Wylye division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/1/7  1954-1969

Contents:
Minute book of deanery conference meetings, for the Wylye division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/2  c.1887-c.1924

Contents:
Parochial inspection book, giving details of church fabric, monuments, plate and records, for each parish in the deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/3  1962-1965

Contents:
Volume containing some church visitation reports and accounts of missionary contributions from parishes in the deanery.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/4  1920

Contents:
Appointment of Rev E M Parker as rural dean, for the Wylye division.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/5  1897-1920

Contents:
Minute book of the Wylye deanery sub-area committee, concerning grants for the maintenance of local voluntary schools.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/16/6  1833-c.1920

Contents:
Book containing notes on each parish in the Wylye and Heytesbury divisions of Wylye deanery. It includes descriptions of the churches, lists of incumbents, newspaper cuttings, pamphlets, and a photograph of Boyton church. Started in 1833, and updated to c.1920.

Wylye and Wilton  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Before 1971, see Wilton and the sub-deanery of Salisbury, and Wylye deaneries.

Administrative history:
Formed 1971.

Contents:
1971-date.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/17/1/1  1971-1997

Contents:
Minute book of deanery chapter meetings.

Rural Deaneries: DIOCESE OF BRISTOL  [no ref. or date]

Chippenham  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Records at the Bristol Record Office.

Contents:
1887 to date

Cricklade  D/1/21/5/18  [n.d.]


Related information: From 1837, records at the Bristol Record Office.

Contents:
1811-1836
No records here.

Malmesbury  D/1/21/5/19  [n.d.]


Related information: From 1837, records at the Bristol Record Office.

Contents:
1811-1836

[no title]  D/1/21/5/19/1  n.d

Contents:
Minutes: Not yet used.

[no title]  D/1/21/5/19/2  1836

Contents:
Parochial statistics.

Subscriptions  D/1/22  [n.d.]


Related information: For subscriptions 1599-1612, see under the Dean of Salisbury, D/5/9/1.

Contents:
The subscriptions contained in these books are, in the main, those of beneficed clergy, curates, ordinands and licensed preachers. The early volumes include references to a number of clergy appointed to places outside the diocese. The 17th and 18th century volumes, except for D/1/22/1 and D/1/22/7, also include a large number of schoolmasters, surgeons and physicians, and a few midwives; even as late as 1849 two schoolmasters subscribed, though this was certainly unusual. Until 1865, when new provisions were brought in, the subscriptions required were mainly to the Three Articles, the Thirty Nine Articles and the declaration required under the Act of Uniformity of 1662 - non-resistance to the king, conformity to the liturgy of the Church of England and abjuration of the Solemn League and Covenant. The Thirty Nine Articles are printed at the beginning of vols. 1, 2 and 9; and other articles, oaths and declarations are written out in many of the volumes.

[no title]  D/1/22/1  1620-1640, 1671

Contents:
This volume includes only one teacher and one physician. Published as the Wiltshire Record Society's volume 32.

[no title]  D/1/22/2  1664-1668

Contents:
At the end of this volume the declarations under the Act of Uniformity are signed by a number of men, apparently only two of whom are clergymen. With printed copy of the Articles of Religion of 1502, 1662.

[no title]  D/1/22/3  1665-1680

Contents:
The declarations under the Act of Uniformity are signed with a number of names, none apparently clergymen.

[no title]  D/1/22/4  1671-1687

Contents:
At the beginning are subscriptions taken in the diocese of Exeter, 1662-1666, and at the end are declarations under the Act of Uniformity signed by a number of clergy of the diocese of Exeter, 1662-1663 and 1667 (in 1667 Bishop Seth Ward was transferred from the diocese of Exeter to that of Salisbury).

[no title]  D/1/22/5  1680-1722

Contents:
This volume covers the years 1680-1689, 1699-1701, 1708-1717 and 1720-1722, and includes three midwives.

[no title]  D/1/22/6  1689-1723

Contents:
This volume covers the years 1689-1704, 1707-1708, 1711, 1715, 1718-1720 and 1723 and includes six midwives.

[no title]  D/1/22/7  1696-1710

Contents:
One volume.

[no title]  D/1/22/8  1710-1805

Contents:
After 1714 there are only irregular entries, mostly by teachers, physicians and surgeons, and after 1776 there are only two entries.

[no title]  D/1/22/9  1715-1723, 1727

Contents:
One volume.

[no title]  D/1/22/10  1721-1723

Contents:
There are some caveats against admitting certain men to office.

[no title]  D/1/22/11  1723-1748

Contents:
There are loose entries for 1735-1748.

[no title]  D/1/22/12  1757-1761

Contents:
One volume.

[no title]  D/1/22/13  1761-1773

Contents:
One volume, with loose caveats, 1768-1773, against ordaining certain people.

[no title]  D/1/22/14  1773-1789

Contents:
One volume.

[no title]  D/1/22/15  1789-1807

Contents:
Includes a loose list of persons ordained by Bishop Douglas, 1791-1798.

[no title]  D/1/22/16  1817-1836

Contents:
One volume.

[no title]  D/1/22/17  1830-1837

Contents:
Printed forms, only a few of which have been used, chiefly in 1830, 1836 and 1837. Some subscriptions, chiefly of curates, are inserted.

[no title]  D/1/22/18  1837-1852

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/19  1852-1860

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/20  1860-1865

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/21  1865-1869

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/22  1869-1876

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/23  1876-1880

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/24  1880-1886

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/25  1886-1892

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/26  1892-1898

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/27  1899-1908

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/28  1908-1912

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/29  1912-1916

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/30  1916-1922

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/31  1922-1931

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/32  1931-1937

Contents:
Subscriptions by benefice holders.

[no title]  D/1/22/33  1880-1889

Contents:
Subscriptions by curates.

[no title]  D/1/22/34  1889-1912

Contents:
Subscriptions by curates.

[no title]  D/1/22/35  1912-1962

Contents:
Subscriptions by curates.

[no title]  D/1/22/36  1865-1872

Contents:
Subscriptions by ordinands.

[no title]  D/1/22/37  1872-1878

Contents:
Subscriptions by ordinands.

[no title]  D/1/22/38  1879-1899

Contents:
Subscriptions by ordinands.

[no title]  D/1/22/39  1900-1940

Contents:
Subscriptions by ordinands.

[no title]  D/1/22/40  1937-1946

Contents:
Incumbents' subscriptions.

[no title]  D/1/22/41  1947-1954

Contents:
Incumbents' subscriptions.

[no title]  D/1/22/42  1955-1959

Contents:
Incumbents' subscriptions.

[no title]  D/1/22/43  1960-1964

Contents:
Incumbents' subscriptions.

[no title]  D/1/22/44  1965-1968

Contents:
Incumbents' subscriptions.

[no title]  D/1/22/45  1969-1971

Contents:
Clergy declarations of assent.

[no title]  D/1/22/46  1972-1975

Contents:
Clergy declarations of assent.

[no title]  D/1/22/47  1976-1978

Contents:
Clergy declarations of assent.

Taxation  D/1/23  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
By an Act of 26 Hen. VIII,c.3, annates (first fruits) and tenths were in future to be paid to the king instead of to the Pope; and by another Act, 32 Hen. VIII, c.45, the Court of First Fruits and Tenths was set up. In 1554 this court was abolished and its business annexed to the Exchequer; its records and business were to be dealt with by a new officer, the Remembrancer of the First Fruits and Tenths. Bishops and others who had the collection of tenths were to account before the Auditors of the Exchequer and pay money direct into the Receipt of the Exchequer; first fruits had to be paid to the Remembrancer.

[no title]  D/1/23/1  1715, 1782

Contents:
Bonds for payment of first fruits by the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/23/2  1710

Contents:
Commission for the collection of tenths in the deaneries of Abingdon and Wallingford, Avebury, Newbury and Marlborough and for the cathedral prebends, with citations of those in arrears and letters of explanation from defaulters.

[no title]  D/1/23/3  1667-1713

Contents:
Bishop's accounts for tenths paid into the Exchequer, 1667, 1669-1685, 1688-1711 and 1713.

Terriers  D/1/24  [n.d.]

Contents:
These were surveys of the property of a benefice and the tithes it enjoyed. Most parishes in Wiltshire and Berkshire are represented in this series, including a few under peculiar jurisdictions. Terriers for about 15 other 'peculiar' parishes will be found in the appropriate sections.
The Bishop's terriers differ enormously from each other, in size and amount of information as well as in the kind of information given. They deal mostly with land; and when enclosure had not yet taken place, great detail is sometimes given about the various pieces of glebe land scattered in small parcels through the fields. The 1783 terriers nearly all give a description of the parsonage house and of the church furniture. Sometimes tithes and fees due to the parson are described, and occasionally the parish charities.
Most of the terriers seem to have been sent in to the Registry in response to special requests at times of visitation. This was certainly the case with the 1783 terriers, which explains why there are so many for that date and why they mostly follow a pattern. But others, too, were probably sent in for the same reason; there are a large number for 1704 or 1705, and 1588, 1608, 1671, 1677 and 1683 are also dates often found. There are rather a large number undated and in these cases an attempt has been made to give an approximate date.

WILTSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/24/1  1609-1705

Contents:
Aldbourne, 1609, 1671, 1677, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/2  1608, 1704

Contents:
Alderton.

[no title]  D/1/24/3  c.1620, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Allington. The first terrier is before 1623 when the rector, Nicholas Fuller, died.

[no title]  D/1/24/4  Early & Late 17th cent

(2)

Contents:
Alton Barnes

[no title]  D/1/24/5  1678. 1705

Contents:
Amesbury

[no title]  D/1/24/6  1671, 1678, 1704

Contents:
Ashley

[no title]  D/1/24/7/1-6  1611-1704

Contents:
Ashton Keynes, 1611, 1671, 1677, 1683, 1698, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/7-10  1671-1704

Contents:
Ashton Keynes: Leigh, 1671, 1677, 1698, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/8  1608, 1671, 1704

Contents:
Ashton, Steeple

[no title]  D/1/24/9  1682

Contents:
Avebury

[no title]  D/1/24/10  1672-1783

Contents:
Barford St. Martin, 1672, 1690, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/11  c.1609-1705

Contents:
Baverstock, 1609, 1693, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/12  1671, c.1704, 1808

Contents:
Beechingstoke.

[no title]  D/1/24/13  1609

Contents:
Berwick St. James

[no title]  D/1/24/14  1588, 1677, 1783

Contents:
Berwick St. John

[no title]  D/1/24/15/1-2  1677, 1705

Contents:
Berwick St. Leonard

[no title]  D/1/24/15/3-4  1705, 1734

Contents:
Sedgehill

[no title]  D/1/24/16  1671-1783

Contents:
Biddestone St. Nicholas, 1671, 1677, early 18th cent., 1783. The third terrier is before 1719 when the rector, Thomas Tattersall, died. The fifth is a fuller version of the fourth; both are dated 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/17  1677

Contents:
Bishopstone (S. Wilts.)

[no title]  D/1/24/18  1631, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Bishopstrow

[no title]  D/1/24/19  1671-1704

Contents:
Blunsdon St. Andrew, 1671, 1678, 1704 (with certified copies).

[no title]  D/1/24/20  1671, 1705

Contents:
Boscombe

[no title]  D/1/24/21  1619-1783

Contents:
Box, 1619, 1672, 1678, 1704, 1783. The last has a separate inventory of church furniture.

[no title]  D/1/24/22  1588, 1609 1671

Contents:
Boyton - 1609 includes the chapelry of Rodden, Somerset.

[no title]  D/1/24/23/1, 2  1608, 1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon

[no title]  D/1/24/23/3, 4  1605, 1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Holt

[no title]  D/1/24/23/5-7  1608, 1678, 1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Winsley

[no title]  D/1/24/23/8  1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Wraxall, South

[no title]  D/1/24/23/9-11  Early 17th cent., 1614, 1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Atworth

[no title]  D/1/24/23/12  1704

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Westwood

[no title]  D/1/24/23/13, 14  1608, 1705

Contents:
Bradford-on-Avon: Stoke, Limpley

[no title]  D/1/24/24/1-4  c.1600-1783

Contents:
Bradley, North, c.1600, 1608, 1705 (with a later copy), 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/25/1-4  1588-1704

Contents:
Bremhill, 1588, 1628, 1677 (with a copy), 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/25/5, 6  1622, 1677

Contents:
Highway

[no title]  D/1/24/26  1704, 1786

Contents:
Bremilham

[no title]  D/1/24/27  1671, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Brinkworth

[no title]  D/1/24/28  1608, 1671, 1705

Contents:
Bromham

[no title]  D/1/24/29  c.1600-1780

Contents:
Broughton Gifford, c.1600, 1671, 1677, c.1730, 1780. The first is after 1600 when John Bold became rector, and the fourth is before 1733 when William Hicks ceased to be rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/30  Late 17th cent

Contents:
Bulford. Mentions Seth Ward, who was bishop 1667-1689.

[no title]  D/1/24/31  1705

Contents:
Burcombe

[no title]  D/1/24/32  1671, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Buttermere

[no title]  D/1/24/33  1783

Contents:
Calstone Wellington

[no title]  D/1/24/34/1-4  1608-1783

Contents:
Cannings, All, 1608, 1680, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/34/5  Early 17th cent

Contents:
Etchilhampton

[no title]  D/1/24/35/1-3  1671, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Chalfield, Great

[no title]  D/1/24/35/4  1678

Contents:
Imber

[no title]  D/1/24/36  Early 17th cent.-1728

Contents:
Chalke, Bower, early 17th cent., 1671, 1677, 1704, 1728. The last items are two deeds, both dated 1728, for the augmentation of the curacy. They refer to estates at Stoke in Hurstborne Priors, Hants. See also Chalke, Broad.

[no title]  D/1/24/37  1609-1763

Contents:
Chalke, Broad, 1609, 1671, 1678, 1705. There is also a lease, 1763, of an estate in St. Mary Bourne, Hants., by the vicar of Broad Chalke; and some miscellaneous 18th cent. estate papers.

[no title]  D/1/24/38  1609, 1705, 1735

Contents:
Charlton (near Pewsey)

[no title]  D/1/24/39  1677-1783

Contents:
Cheverell, Great, 1677, 1704, 18th cent., 1780, 1783. The third item is a printed extract from the will of James Townsend, proved 1730. The fifth is a fuller version of the 1780 terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/40  c.1600-1783

Contents:
Cheverell, Little. c.1600, 1671, 1705, 1780, 1783. The fifth is a fuller version of the 1780 terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/41  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Chicklade, early 17th cent., 1677, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/42  1588, Early 17th cent., 1705

Contents:
Chilmark

[no title]  D/1/24/43  1608, c.1705

Contents:
Chilton Foliat. The second terrier dates between 1680 and 1708, when Timothy Topping was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/44  1608, 1671, 1704

Contents:
Chippenham. The second terrier includes Tytherton Lucas.

[no title]  D/1/24/45  1609-1783

Contents:
Chirton, 1609, 1677, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/46  1608, 1705, 1786

Contents:
Chiseldon.

[no title]  D/1/24/47  1588-1705

Contents:
Chitterne All Saints, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1705. There is also a note of tithes belonging to the vicar, which may go with the 1671 terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/48  ?1588-1705

Contents:
Chitterne St. Mary, n.d. ?1588, 1609, 1671, 1677, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/49  1677

Contents:
Cholderton

[no title]  D/1/24/50  1608-1704

Contents:
Christian Malford, 1608, 1672, 1678, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/51  1671, 1704, 1783

Contents:
Clyffe Pypard

[no title]  D/1/24/52  1609-1783

Contents:
Codford St. Mary, 1609, 1672, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/53  1588-1705

Contents:
Codford St. Peter, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/54  Early 17th cent. - 1783

Contents:
Colerne, early 17th cent., 1677, 1704; and a detailed response to the visitation queries concerning the terrier and parish charities (1783).

[no title]  D/1/24/55  1608-1792

Contents:
Collingbourne Ducis, 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783, 1792. The last two have detailed descriptions of the house and of the church furniture.

[no title]  D/1/24/56  1677, c.1705, 1783

Contents:
Collingbourne Kingston. The second terrier dates between 1703 and 1737, when Stamford Wallace was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/57  1608-1783

Contents:
Combe, Castle, 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/58  1671, 1705

Contents:
Compton Bassett

[no title]  D/1/24/59  c.1630, 1672, 1705

Contents:
Compton Chamberlayne. The first terrier dates before 1634, when John Dugmore, the vicar, died.

[no title]  D/1/24/60  1671, 1705

Contents:
Corsham

[no title]  D/1/24/61  1608-1808

Contents:
Corsley, 1608, 1705, 1784, 1808. The last is probably a copy of the 1784 terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/62  c.1608-1783

Contents:
Coulston, c.1608, 1678, c.1704, 1783. The first terrier dates between 1603 and 1626 when Henry Moore was rector, and the third between 1702 and 1712, when James Meredith was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/63  1608, 1677, 1704

Contents:
Cricklade St. Mary

[no title]  D/1/24/64  1588-1704

Contents:
Cricklade St. Sampson, 1588, 1608, 1611, 1671, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/65  c.1600-1704

Contents:
Crudwell, c.1600, 1671, 1677, 1704. The first terrier is later than 1599, when John Bradshaw became rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/66/1-5  1588-1808

Contents:
Damerham, (formerly Wilts., now Hants.), 1588, 1680, 1704, 1783, 1808.

[no title]  D/1/24/66/5-10  1631-1808

Contents:
Martin, (formerly Wilts., now Hants.), 1608, 1631, 1671, 1705, 1783, 1808.

[no title]  D/1/24/67  1671-1783


Related information: See also Wilsford near Pewsey.

Contents:
Dauntsey, 1671, 1698, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/68  c.1588, 1677

Contents:
Dean, West. The first is a fragment, probably West Dean and East Grimstead.

[no title]  D/1/24/69  c.1600-1705

Contents:
Deverill, Brixton, early 17th cent., 1608, late 17th cent. copy of a 1588 terrier, and 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/70  c.1600, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Deverill, Kingston. The first terrier dates before 1616 when Guy Clinton, the rector, died.

[no title]  D/1/24/71  c.1680-1783

Contents:
Deverill, Longbridge. The first terrier dates beteen 1663 and 1682 when William Crofts was vicar; the second is 1705; and the third dates between 1760 and 1806 when John Dobson was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/72  1609, 1705, Late 18th cent

Contents:
Deverill, Monkton

[no title]  D/1/24/73  1704, 1783

Contents:
Devizes St. John

[no title]  D/1/24/74  1704, 1783

Contents:
Devizes St. Mary

[no title]  D/1/24/75/1-4  1608-1786

Contents:
Dinton, 1608, mid 17th cent., early 18th cent., 1786. The second terrier describes the property of both rectory and vicarage. It dates before 1661 when Philip Pynckney, the vicar, died. The third dates between 1695 and 1732 when Edward Polhill was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/75/5  1705

Contents:
Teffont Magna

[no title]  D/1/24/76  1677, 1704

Contents:
Ditteridge

[no title]  D/1/24/77  1608-1783

Contents:
Donhead St. Andrew, 1608, 1677, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/78  1608, 1677, 1704

Contents:
Donhead St. Mary.

[no title]  D/1/24/79/1-3  1671, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Downton

[no title]  D/1/24/79/4  Early 17th cent

Contents:
Bodenham and Nunton.

[no title]  D/1/24/80  c.1600, 1632, 1678

Contents:
Draycot Cerne. The first terrier dates before 1612 when Nicholas Fawconer, the rector, died. There is a copy of the 1632 terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/81  1608, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Durrington

[no title]  D/1/24/82  1705

Contents:
Easton Royal

[no title]  D/1/24/83  Late 16th cent. - 1808

Contents:
Easton Grey, late 16th cent., 1608, 1671, 1704, 1786, 1808.

[no title]  D/1/24/84  17th cent., 1783

Contents:
Eaton, Castle, 17th cent., 1664, 1671, 1705, 1783. The first terrier dates between 1627 and 1668, when Thomas Staniford was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/85  Late 17th cent., 1608, Early 18th cent

Contents:
Ebbesbourne Wake

[no title]  D/1/24/86  Early 18th cent

Contents:
Edington

[no title]  D/1/24/87  1588, 1705

Contents:
Eisey

[no title]  D/1/24/88  1588-1783

Contents:
Enford, 1588, early 17th cent., 1678, 1705 and 1783. The second terrier dates between 1592 and 1623, when Thomas Jeaye was vicar.
Erlestoke, see Melksham

[no title]  D/1/24/89  1662-1783

Contents:
Everleigh, 1662 (with a copy), 1671, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/90  Early 17th cent. - 1705

Contents:
Farleigh, Monkton, early 17th cent., 1608, 1625, c.1630, 1671, 1705. The third terrier dates between 1606 and 1639, when Lewis Jones was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/91  1608

Contents:
Fifield Bavant

[no title]  D/1/24/92  1588, 1677

Contents:
Fisherton Anger

[no title]  D/1/24/93  Late 16th cent. - 1705

Contents:
Fisherton Delamere, late 16th cent., c.1600, 1605, 1671, 1680, 1705. The first terrier is written on the back of part of a court roll of the city of Salisbury, 1531. The second dates between 1595 and 1613, when Joel Doughty was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/94  1629-1783

Contents:
Fittleton, 1629, 1705, 1718, and late 18th cent. The 1718 terrier is a fuller version of the 1705 one. The fourth terrier is probably 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/95  1670-1704

Contents:
Fonthill Gifford, 1670, 1671, 1680, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/96  1588-1705

Contents:
Fovant. The second terrier dates from the early 17th cent., at the end of the incumbency of Robert Moody who was rector 1554-1613.

[no title]  D/1/24/97  1608, 1704, 1783

Contents:
Foxley

[no title]  D/1/24/98  1609-1783

Contents:
Froxfield, 1609, 1678, 1704, 1783. There are two terriers for 1678, which differ from one another.

[no title]  D/1/24/99  1616, 1705

Contents:
Fugglestone and Bemerton, 1616, Fugglestone, Bemerton and Quidhampton, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/100  1608-1808

Contents:
Garsdon with Lea and Cleverton, 1608, 1671, 1783, 1808. See also Lea and Cleverton.

[no title]  D/1/24/101  1671-1783

Contents:
Grimstead, West, 1671, late 17th cent., 1705, 1783. The last terrier also relates to Plaitford (formerly Wilts., now Hants.)

[no title]  D/1/24/102  17th cent., 1671, c.1705

Contents:
Grittleton. The last terrier dates between 1691 and 1719 when Thomas Tattersall was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/103  1677, 1684, 1705

Contents:
Ham

[no title]  D/1/24/104  1608, 1671, 1704

Contents:
Hankerton

[no title]  D/1/24/105  17th cent.-c.1705

Contents:
Hannington, 17th cent., 1671, 1677 (with an abbreviated copy) and c.1705. The last terrier dates between 1685 and 1709, when Benjamin Young was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/106  1704

Contents:
Hardenhuish

[no title]  D/1/24/107  Late 16th cent.-1783

Contents:
Heddington, late 16th cent., 1611, 1671, 1681, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/108  1588, 1671, 1705

Contents:
Hilmarton

[no title]  D/1/24/109  1605-1783

Contents:
Hilperton, 1605, c.1610, 1631, 1672, 1678 and 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/110  1671, 1705

Contents:
Hinton, Broad

[no title]  D/1/24/111  1671-1783

Contents:
Hinton, Little, 1671, 1677, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/112  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Huish, early 17th cent., 1671, 1677, 1705 (copy made in 1783). The first terrier dates before 1629, when John Cooley, the rector, died. There is also a copy of deeds and a will, 1708 and 1715, granting land in the manor of Whaddon in Alderbury in trust for charitable uses.

[no title]  D/1/24/113  1605, 1671, 1783

Contents:
Hullavington. There is a later copy of the first terrier.

[no title]  D/1/24/114  Late 16th cent.-1783

Contents:
Idmiston, late 16th cent. (with a copy), 1672, 1705, 1783. The first terrier includes both vicarage and parsonage tithes. The last relates to Porton chapel as well as to Idmiston.

[no title]  D/1/24/115  1671, 1704, 1783?

Contents:
Inglesham, 1671, 1704, and a third terrier which dates between 1763 and 1823, when Stanhope Bruce was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/116  1678, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Keevil

[no title]  D/1/24/117  1704

Contents:
Kellaways

[no title]  D/1/24/118  1588-1704

Contents:
Kemble, 1588, 1608, 1622, 1672, 1677, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/119  Late 16th cent.-1704

Contents:
Kington St. Michael, late 16th cent., 1608, 1671, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/120  1678, 1704, 1786

Contents:
Kington, West

[no title]  D/1/24/121  1671, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Knoyle, East

[no title]  D/1/24/122  1705

Contents:
Knoyle, West, chapelry annexed to North Newnton vicarage

[no title]  D/1/24/123  1608, 1671, 1783

Contents:
Lacock

[no title]  D/1/24/124  c.1588-1783

Contents:
Landford, c.1588, early 17th cent., 1671, 1677, 1705, 1783. The first terrier includes a copy of the parish register for the years 1585-1587.

[no title]  D/1/24/125  1705, 1783

Contents:
Langford, Little.

[no title]  D/1/24/126  Late 16th cent., 1608, 1783

Contents:
Langford, Steeple. The first terrier is written on the back of part of a court roll for the city of Salisbury, 1550.

[no title]  D/1/24/127  Late 16th cent.-c.1783

Contents:
Langley Burrell, late 16th cent., 1608, 1677, 1704, c.1783. The last dates between 1777 and 1807 when Samuel Ash was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/128  1608-1819

Contents:
Latton, 1608, 1671, 1678, 1704. There is also a deed to consolidate the parish churches of Latton and Eisey, 1819.

[no title]  D/1/24/129  1616, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Laverstock

[no title]  D/1/24/130  1671, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Lavington, Market

[no title]  D/1/24/131  1609, 1704, 1783

Contents:
Lavington, West. The last terrier dates between 1782 and 1792, when E. Emily was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/132  1608, 1671

Contents:
Lea and Cleverton
See also Garsdon

[no title]  D/1/24/133  Late 16th cent.-1704

Contents:
Leigh Delamere, late 16th cent., 1671, 1677, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/134  Mid 17th cent.-1786

Contents:
Liddington, mid 17th cent., 1677, 1704, 1786. The first terrier dates after 1634 when Richard Smith became vicar. The third terrier is a fuller version of the second one.

[no title]  D/1/24/135  1671, 1704, 1783

Contents:
Littleton Drew

[no title]  D/1/24/136  1608, 1704

Contents:
Luckington

[no title]  D/1/24/137  1786

Contents:
Ludgershall. Includes a plan of the church and churchyard, but nothing else about the land.

[no title]  D/1/24/138  1672-c.1783

Contents:
Lydiard Millicent, 1672, 1677, 1705, c.1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/139  1608-1783

Contents:
Lydiard Tregoze. The last terrier includes a description of the tithings of Lydiard and Hook, Midgehall and Chadington.

[no title]  D/1/24/140  1671, 1705

Contents:
Lyneham

[no title]  D/1/24/141  1671, 1704

Contents:
Malmesbury

[no title]  D/1/24/142  1588-1808

Contents:
Manningford Abbotts, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783, 1808.

[no title]  D/1/24/143  1671, 1678, 1705

Contents:
Manningford Bruce

[no title]  D/1/24/144  1588, 1609, 1704

Contents:
Marden

[no title]  D/1/24/145  1698, c.1783

Contents:
Marlborough St. Mary. The catalogue of the parish library was once annexed to the second terrier, but is now missing.

[no title]  D/1/24/146  1677, 1783

Contents:
Marlborough St. Peter

[no title]  D/1/24/147/1-6  1608-1783

Contents:
Melksham, 1608, 1619, 1671, 1704 and 1783. There is also an account of court proceedings about a tithe dispute, 1721.

[no title]  D/1/24/147/7-9  Early 17th cent., 1704, 1783

Contents:
Erlestoke.

[no title]  D/1/24/147/10-11  1608, 1704

Contents:
Seend.

[no title]  D/1/24/148  Late 16th cent.-c.1783

Contents:
Mildenhall, late 16th cent., c.1600, 1671, 1677, 1684, 1705, c.1783. The second terrier dates between 1593 and 1619 when William Earth was rector. The last dates between 1774 and 1788 when Richard Pocock, the rector, died, and it is chiefly concerned with a dispute between the rector and the earl of Ailesbury.

[no title]  D/1/24/149  Late 16th cent., 1671, c.1705

Contents:
Milston

[no title]  D/1/24/150  1608-1783

Contents:
Milton Lilborne, 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/151  1608-1704

Contents:
Minety, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1683, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/152  1605-c.1783

Contents:
Nettleton, 1605, 1671, 1704, c.1783. The last terrier dates between 1753 and 1788 when Daniel Mills was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/153  1608-c.1783

Contents:
Newnton, Long (formerly Wilts., now Glos.), 1608, 1671, 1704, c.1783. The last terrier dates between 1775 and 1803 when Edward Estcourt was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/154  1705

Contents:
Newnton, North, with Hilcott, and see D/1/24/122

[no title]  D/1/24/155  1609, 1705

Contents:
Newton, South. There is a contemporary copy of the first terrier. Both terriers include Stoford, Little Wishford, Chilhampton, Burdensball and Ugford St. Giles.

[no title]  D/1/24/156  1605, 1677, 1705

Contents:
Newton Tony

[no title]  D/1/24/157  Early 17th cent., 1671

Contents:
Norton

[no title]  D/1/24/158  1609-1783

Contents:
Norton Bavant, 1609, 1678, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/159  1608-1704

Contents:
Oaksey, 1608, 1671, 1678, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/160  c.1600, 1783

Contents:
Odstock. The first terrier dates between 1582 and 1637 when Giles Thornburgh was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/161  Late 16th cent

Contents:
Orcheston St. George.

[no title]  D/1/24/162  1609, 1677

Contents:
Orcheston St. Mary

[no title]  D/1/24/163/1-4  1588-1705

Contents:
Overton, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/163/5-6  Early 17th cent., 1704

Contents:
Fyfield

[no title]  D/1/24/164  1608, c.1670, 1705

Contents:
Patney. The second terrier dates between 1662 and 1682 when Nicholas Shorter was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/165  1677, 1705

Contents:
Pertwood

[no title]  D/1/24/166  1609, 1671, 1704

Contents:
Pewsey

[no title]  D/1/24/167  1608-1783

Contents:
Plaitford (formerly Wilts., now Hants.), 1608, c.1700, 1783. The second terrier dates between 1679 and 1717 when John Foot was rector of West Grimstead with Plaitford. See also Grimstead, West.

[no title]  D/1/24/168  1622-1783

Contents:
Poole Keynes (formerly Wilts., now Glos.), 1622, 1677, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/169  1588-1705

Contents:
Potterne, 1588, 1609, 1638, 1676, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/170  1608-1785

Contents:
Poulshot, 1608, 1671, 1705, 1785.

[no title]  D/1/24/171  1608, 1677, 1783

Contents:
Preshute

[no title]  D/1/24/172  1588-1711

Contents:
Purton, 1588, 1609, 1671, 1678, 1705, 1711.

[no title]  D/1/24/173  1588-1708

Contents:
Rodbourne Cheney, 1588, 1608, 1677, 1708.

[no title]  D/1/24/174  1588-1783

Contents:
Rowde, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1705, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/175  1588-1705

Contents:
Rushall, 1588, c.1600, 1671, 1677, 1705. The first terrier is incomplete. The second terrier dates between 1580 and 1623 when Robert Pinckney was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/176  1705

Contents:
Salisbury St. Edmund

[no title]  D/1/24/177  1705

Contents:
Salisbury St. Martin

[no title]  D/1/24/178  Early 17th cent., 1671, 1705

Contents:
Seagry

[no title]  D/1/24/179  1588-1803

Contents:
Semley, 1588, 1614, 1671, 1704, 1783, 1803.

[no title]  D/1/24/180  c.1600-c.1783

Contents:
Sherrington, c.1600, 1609 (with a copy made in 1705), 1671, c.1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/181  Early 17th cent.-1705

Contents:
Sherston, Great, early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/182  1671-1783

Contents:
Shorncote (formerly Wilts., now Glos.), 1671, 1677, 1698, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/183  Late 16th cent.-1705

Contents:
Shrewton, late 16th cent., 1609, 1671, 1705.

[no title]  D/1/24/184  1608, 1671, 1677

Contents:
Somerford, Great

[no title]  D/1/24/185  1605-1704

Contents:
Somerford Keynes (formerly Wilts., now Glos.), 1605, 1671, 1677, 1698, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/186  1608-c.1783

Contents:
Somerford, Little, 1608, 1671, 1698, c.1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/187  1608-1783

Contents:
Sopworth, 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/188  1671, 1705

Contents:
Stanton St. Bernard

[no title]  D/1/24/189  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Stanton Fitzwarren, early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/190  1678, 1704

Contents:
Stanton St. Quintin

[no title]  D/1/24/191  Late 16th cent., 1628, 1705

Contents:
Stapleford

[no title]  D/1/24/192  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Stockton, early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/193  Early 17th cent.-1827

Contents:
Stourton, early 17th cent. (two), 1608, 1662, 1677, 1783, 1827. The last terrier includes a description of the house built in 1820.

[no title]  D/1/24/194  1614, 1704

Contents:
Stratford-sub-Castle.

[no title]  D/1/24/195  1605, 1671, 1705

Contents:
Stratford Tony. The last terrier is a copy of the second.

[no title]  D/1/24/196  1608-1712

Contents:
Stratton St. Margaret, 1608, 1671, 1677 (with a copy made in 1678), 1705, 1712.

[no title]  D/1/24/197  1588-1783

Contents:
Sutton Benger, 1588, 1671, 1678, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/198  Early 17th cent.-1705

Contents:
Sutton Mandeville, early 17th cent., 1609, 1613, 1671, 1705. There are two versions of the last terrier, one much fuller than the other.

[no title]  D/1/24/199  c. 1590, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Sutton Veny. The first terrier dates from before 1596 when Sir Walter Hungerford died.

[no title]  D/1/24/200  1588-1783

Contents:
Swindon, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1704, 1783. There is also a description and account of contributions for the establishment of a charity school, 1764-1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/201  Late 16th cent.-1783

Contents:
Teffont Evias, late 16th. cent., 1608, early 17th cent., 1705, 1783. The third terrier dates after 1604 when Gabriel Eastgat became rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/202  17th-18th cents

Contents:
Tidcombe, two 17th cent. terriers and one probably early 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/24/203  1672, 1783

Contents:
Tidworth, North.

[no title]  D/1/24/204  Late 16th cent.-1677

Contents:
Tilshead, late 16th cent., early 17th cent., 1677. The second terrier dates after 1598 when Henry Moor became vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/205  c. 1600-1783

Contents:
Tisbury, late 16th or early 17th cent., 1705, 1783. The second terrier has a contemporary copy, and dates after 1582 when John Boles became vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/206  1588-1704

Contents:
Tockenham, 1588, 1662, 1671, 1678, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/207  1677, 1783

Contents:
Tollard Royal

[no title]  D/1/24/208  1671, 1704

Contents:
Trowbridge

[no title]  D/1/24/209  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Upavon, early 17th cent., 1609, 1614, 1671, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/210  c.1610-1928

Contents:
Upton Lovell, c.1610, 1672, 1705, 1784, 1786, 1928. The first terrier dates between 1608 and 1619 when John Gordon was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/211  Early 17th cent.-1786

Contents:
Upton Scudamore, early 17th cent., 1608, 1705, 1786. The last terrier is "transcribed from an old terrier".

[no title]  D/1/24/212  Early 17th cent.-c.1700

Contents:
Urchfont with Stert, early 17th cent., 1677, c1704? The third terrier includes Stert, and dates between 1686 and 1728 when John Swallow was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/213  1672, 1705

Contents:
Wanborough

[no title]  D/1/24/214  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Warminster, early 17th cent., 1609, 1671, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/215  1614

Contents:
Westbury

[no title]  D/1/24/216  1671, 1704, c.1783

Contents:
Westport with Charlton and Brokenborough. The third terrier dates after 1782 when John Hollingworth became vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/217  1608, 1705

Contents:
Whaddon

[no title]  D/1/24/218  Early 17th cent., 1677, 1705

Contents:
Whiteparish

[no title]  D/1/24/219  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Wilcot, early 17th cent., 1671, 1704, 1783. The first terrier is dated after 1605 when William Palmer became vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/220  c.1588, 1705, 1783

Contents:
Wilsford near Pewsey, c.1588 (fragment only, probably Wilsford, but mentions Dauntsey also), 1705, 1783. Also Manningford [...] Bohon.

[no title]  D/1/24/221/1  1609

Contents:
Wilton.

[no title]  D/1/24/221/2, 3  c.1600, 1671

Contents:
Netherhampton. The first terrier dates between 1593 and 1611 when Robert Parker was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/222  1588-1704

Contents:
Wingfield, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1672, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/223  1662, 1671, 1677

Contents:
Winterbourne Bassett

[no title]  D/1/24/224  1608, 1671, 1705

Contents:
Winterbourne Gunner

[no title]  D/1/24/225  1671, 1678

Contents:
Winterbourne Monkton

[no title]  D/1/24/226  1609, 1678, 1783

Contents:
Winterbourne Stoke

[no title]  D/1/24/227  1628, 1671, 1677

Contents:
Winterslow

[no title]  D/1/24/228  1609-1783

Contents:
Wishford, Great, 1609, early 17th cent., 1671, 1705. With a certified copy of the last terrier, made in 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/229  1608-1704

Contents:
Woodborough, 1608, 1671, 1678, 1704.

[no title]  D/1/24/230  1671-1783

Contents:
Wootton Bassett, 1671 (with a slightly differing copy), 1698, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/231  Early 17th cent.-1789

Contents:
Wootton Rivers, early 17th cent., late 17th cent., 1684, 1705, 1789. The first two terriers date respectively from before 1629 when John Cooley, the rector, died, and between 1671 and 1682 when Alexander Forbes was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/232  1588-1783

Contents:
Wraxall, North, 1588, 1608, 1704, 1783.

[no title]  D/1/24/233  c.1620, 1671, 1678

Contents:
Wroughton. The first terrier dates after 1612 when Oliver Brunsell became vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/234  1588-1783

Contents:
Wylye, 1588, c.1600, 1677, 1783. The second terrier dates between 1582 and 1619 when Thomas Bower was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/235  Early 17th cent.-1808

Contents:
Yatesbury, early 17th cent., 1613, 1671, 1704, 1808.

[no title]  D/1/24/236  1671, 1698, 1704

Contents:
Yatton Keynell

BERKSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/24/237/1/2  1677, 1704

Contents:
Abingdon St. Helen

[no title]  D/1/24/237/3  1678

Contents:
Abingdon St. Helen: Radley

[no title]  D/1/24/237/4  1704

Contents:
Abingdon St. Helen: Drayton

[no title]  D/1/24/238/1/3  1625-1786

Contents:
Abingdon St. Nicholas, 1625 (copy of a will with bequests to the curate), 1634, 1786.

[no title]  D/1/24/239/1/4  1608-1672

Contents:
Aldermaston, 1608, 1635, 1638, 1672

[no title]  D/1/24/240/1/4  Early 17th cent.-1683

Contents:
Aldworth, late 17th cent., 1608, n.d. late 17th cent., 1683. Includes Fawley.

[no title]  D/1/24/240/5/7  1680-1704

Contents:
Aldworth: Farley, 1680, 1683, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/241/1  17th cent

Contents:
Appleford

[no title]  D/1/24/242/1/4  1588-1783

Contents:
Appleton, 1588, 1684, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/243/1/3  1635-1705

Contents:
Ardington, 1635, 1677, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/244/1-5  Early 17th cent. - 1783

Contents:
Ashbury, early 17th cent., 1605, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/245/1  1704

Contents:
Aston Tirrold

[no title]  D/1/24/246/1-4  17th cent.-1783?

Contents:
Avington, 17th cent., 1677, 1704, 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/247/1-7  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Barkham, early 17th cent., 1605, 1635, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/248/1-5  1609-1704

Contents:
Basildon with Ashampstead, 1609, 1635, 1671, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/249/1-6  Early 17th cent.-1783?

Contents:
Beedon with Stanmore, early 17th cent., 1635, 1671, 1677 (with copy 1734), 1704 (with copy 1734), 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/250/1-6  1608-1704

Contents:
Beenham, 1608, 1609, 1635, 1671, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/251/1-3  1635-1802

Contents:
Besselsleigh, certificate of restoration of Besselsleigh church to divine uses 1635, 1704, 1800.

[no title]  D/1/24/252/1-8  1608-1783

Contents:
Binfield, 1608, 1620, 1631, 1635, 1677, late 17th cent., 1704, 1783, with plan of the house

[no title]  D/1/24/253/1-5  1608-1783

Contents:
Bisham, 1608, 1677, 1681, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/254/1-7  1605-1783

Contents:
Boxford, 1605, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1681, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/255/1-4  1635-Early 18th cent

Contents:
Bradfield, 1635, 17th cent., 1677 (copy of second terrier), early 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/24/256/1-7  Early 17th cent.-Early 19th cent

Contents:
Bray, early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783, early 19th cent, abstract of wills and deeds, 1627-1709, containing gifts to the parish

[no title]  D/1/24/257/1-6  1605-Early 18th cent

Contents:
Brightwalton, 1605, 1608, 1677, 1683, 1704, late 17th or early 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/24/258/1-5  1625-1783

Contents:
Brightwell, 1625, 1634, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/259/1-5  1605-1677

Contents:
Brimpton, 1605, 1609, 1671, 1675, 1677

[no title]  D/1/24/260/1-3  1677-1783

Contents:
Buckland, 1677, 1704, 1783. Includes a copy bargain and sale, 1742, of land for augmenting the vicarage, with a terrier of the land annexed. There is also a copy of another terrier, dated 1777.

[no title]  D/1/24/261/1-6  1609-1789

Contents:
Bucklebury, 1609, 1635, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1789

[no title]  D/1/24/262/1-6  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Burghfield, early 17th cent. (2), 1635, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/263/1-3  1677-1789

Contents:
Buscot, 1677, 1705, 1789

[no title]  D/1/24/264/1-2  1683, 1705

Contents:
Catmore, 1683, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/265/1-5  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Chaddleworth, n.d., early 17th cent., 1605, 1677, 1683, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/266/1-2  1625, 1705


Related information: See also Letcombe Regis

Contents:
Challow, East, 1625, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/267/1-3  1677-1705

Contents:
Challow, West, 1677, 1678, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/268/1-4  1671-1784

Contents:
Chieveley with Winterbourne and Leckhampstead, 1671, 1677 (copy of first terrier), 1704, 1784

[no title]  D/1/24/269/1-4  Early 17th cent.-1705

Contents:
Childrey, early 17th cent. (2), 1677, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/270/1-3  1609-1704

Contents:
Chilton, 1609, late 17th cent., 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/271/1-5  1609-1705

Contents:
Cholsey, 1609, early 17th cent. (includes Moulsford), 1678 (includes Moulsford), 1705 (2)

[no title]  D/1/24/272/1-6  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Clewer, early 17th cent., 1605, 1608, 1611, 1625, 1671, 1680, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/273/1-2  1677-1705

Contents:
Coleshill, 1677, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/274/1-6  1608-1786

Contents:
Compton, 1608, 1634, 1634 (decree of Chancery establishing the vicar's right to feed cattle, etc., on the demesne lands of the manor, which the lord had enclosed), 1677, 1704, 1786

[no title]  D/1/24/275/1-2  Between 1588 & 1610, 1705

Contents:
Compton Beauchamp, 1588-1610, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/276/1-4  1609-1783

Contents:
Cookham, 1609, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/276/5-6  Late 18th cent

Contents:
Cookham: Maidenhead. (2)

[no title]  D/1/24/277/1-6  1609-1786

Contents:
Coxwell, Great, 1609, 1635, 1677, 1701, 1704, 1786

[no title]  D/1/24/278/1-6  1635-Late 18th cent

Contents:
Cumnor, 1635, 1677 (2), 1704, 1783, c. late 18th cent. (account of benefactions to the parish contained in wills dated from 1760 to 1774).

[no title]  D/1/24/278/7-8  1635, 1677

Contents:
Cumnor: Wootton

[no title]  D/1/24/278/9-10  1634, 1677

Contents:
Cumnor: Hinksey, North

[no title]  D/1/24/278/11-13  1634-1704

Contents:
Cumnor: Hinksey, South, 1634, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/279/1-2  1705, 1783

Contents:
Denchworth

[no title]  D/1/24/280/1-3  1677-1808

Contents:
Didcot, 1677?, 1705, 1808

[no title]  D/1/24/281/1  1783?


Related information: See also Abingdon St. Helen: Drayton

Contents:
Drayton.

[no title]  D/1/24/282/1-3  1609-1704

Contents:
Easthampstead, 1609, 1671, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/283/1-3  Late 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Eaton Hastings, late 17th cent., 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/284/1-5  Early 17th cent.-1783?

Contents:
Enborne, early 17th cent., 1677, 1692 (agreement between the earl of Craven and the rector of Enborne about tithes), 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/285/1-6  1608-1783

Contents:
Englefield, 1608, 1635, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/286/1-5  1609-1704

Contents:
Farnborough, 1609, 17th cent., 1671, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/287/1-8  1609-1783

Contents:
Finchampstead, 1609, 1625, 1631, 1635, 1638, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/288/1-4  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Frilsham, early 17th cent., 1671, 1683, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/289/1-3  1595-Late 17th cent

Contents:
Fyfield, 1595-1596, 1611, late 17th cent.

[no title]  D/1/24/290/1-4  1620?-1783

Contents:
Garston, East, 1620?, 1671, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/291/1-6  1635-1808

Contents:
Hagbourne, 1635, 1678, 1693, 1705 (with court paper alleging that the terrier is false, 1710), 1783, (with copy 1808)

[no title]  D/1/24/292/1-5  1605-1783?

Contents:
Hampstead Marshall, 1605, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/293/1-3  1634-1704

Contents:
Hampstead Norris, 1634, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/294/1-3  1678-1783?

Contents:
Hanney, East and West, with Lyford, 1678, early 18th cent., 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/295/1-6  1608-1705

Contents:
Harwell, 1608, 1619, 1635, 1672, 1672 (an account of a bequest, contained in a will dated 1644, of lands in Garsington, Oxon., for a free school at Harwell; and a terrier of the lands in Garsington.), 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/296/1-4  1638-1783

Contents:
Hatford, 1638, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/297/1  1678

Contents:
Hendred, East

[no title]  D/1/24/298/1-3  1677-1705

Contents:
Hendred, West, 1677, 1684, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/299/1-3  1677-1783

Contents:
Hinton Waldrist, 1677, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/300/1-4  1608-1704

Contents:
Hurley, 1608, late 17th cent., 1704 (with copy)

[no title]  D/1/24/301/1-3  1588-1704

Contents:
Ilsley, East, 1588, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/302/1-3  1588-1704

Contents:
Ilsley, West, 1588, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/303/1-5  Late 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Inkpen, late 17th cent., 1677, 1683, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/304/1-4  17th cent.-1705

Contents:
Kingston Bagpuize, 17th cent., 1614, 1677, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/305/1-5  1671-1783?

Contents:
Kintbury, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1708, 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/306/1-2  1635, 1704

Contents:
Lambourne. The second terrier is a copy of a 1611 terrier with additions.

[no title]  D/1/24/307/1-5  Late 16th or early 17th cent.-1811

Contents:
Letcombe Bassett, late 16th cent. or early 17th cent., 1635, 1678, 1705, 1811

[no title]  D/1/24/308/1-5  1625-1705

Contents:
Letcombe Regis, 1625, 1677 (relates only to tithes due from East Challow), 1677, 1682?, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/309/1-5  [1611]-1783

Contents:
Lockinge, [1611], 1635, 1677, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/310/1-6  Early 17th cent.-1808

Contents:
Longworth, early 17th cent., 1611, 1677, 1704, 1808
Longworth: Charney

[no title]  D/1/24/311/1-2  1677

Contents:
Marcham, with certified copy.

[no title]  D/1/24/312/1-4  1635-1783

Contents:
Milton, 1635, 1678, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/313/1-2  1704

Contents:
Moreton, North and South (2)
See also Wallingford St. Leonard

[no title]  D/1/24/314/1-5  1586-1704

Contents:
Newbury 1586 (accounts of an alms-house near the church; certified copy, probably contemporary), 1609, 1635, 1671, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/315/1-7  1609-1783

Contents:
Padworth, 1609, 1634, 1635, 1678, 1680, early 18th cent., 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/316/1-7  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Pangbourne, early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1677, 1680, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/317/1-4  1608-1704

Contents:
Peasemore, 1608, 1671, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/318/1-5  Late 16th cent.-1705

Contents:
Purley, late 16th cent. (incomplete), 1608, 1671, 1674, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/319/1-3  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Pusey, early 17th cent., 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/320/1-5  1609-1783

Contents:
Reading St. Giles, 1609, 17th cent., 1677, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/321/1-3  1609-1783

Contents:
Reading St. Lawrence, 1609, 1705 (includes a small outline plan of the house), 1783 (includes lists of benefactions, copies of terriers for 1580 and 1634 from deeds at St. John's College, Oxford, and a detailed ground plan of the house).

[no title]  D/1/24/322/1-4  1609-1783

Contents:
Reading St. Mary, 1609, 1677, 1704, 1783 (includes a list of benefactions).

[no title]  D/1/24/323/1-5  Late 16th or early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Remenham, late 16th cent. or early 17th cent., 1672, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/324/1-4  1609-1704

Contents:
Shaw, 1609, 1622, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/325/1-7  1558-1783

Contents:
Shefford, Great, 1558, late 16th cent.-early 17th cent., 1608, 1671, 1677, late 17th cent.-early 18th cent., 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/326/1-7  Late 16th cent.-1783

Contents:
Shefford, Little, late 16th cent., 1635, 1671, 1678 (2 with different witnesses), 1683, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/327/1-4  Late 16th or Early 17th cent.-Early 18th cent

Contents:
Shillingford, late 16th cent.-early 17th cent., 1678, c.1678, the last dated between 1694 and 1736, when Moses Cartier was rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/328/1-6  Late 16th cent.-1704?


Related information: See also Swallowfield

Contents:
Shinfield, late 16th cent., 1609, 1635, 1671, 1677 (with plan of the village), 1704?

[no title]  D/1/24/329/1-5  1608-1704

Contents:
Shottesbrooke, 1608, 1635, 1671, (separate terriers of the vicarage and rectory), 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/330/1-5  1635-1705

Contents:
Shrivenham with Lower Bourton, Upper Bourton, Fernham, Longcot and Watchfield, 1635, 1662, 1677, 1783, 1705 (Shrivenham only)

[no title]  D/1/24/330/6-8  1635-Mid 19th cent

Contents:
Shrivenham: Watchfield 1635, 1662, n.d., after 1820

[no title]  D/1/24/330/9-10  c.1600, Late 17th cent

Contents:
Shrivenham: Longcot

[no title]  D/1/24/330/11-12  1635, 1783

Contents:
Shrivenham: Longcot and Fernham

[no title]  D/1/24/331/1  1704


Related information: See also Wallingford St. Leonard

Contents:
Sotwell

[no title]  D/1/24/332/1-7  1588-1783

Contents:
Sparsholt with Westcott, Kingston Lisle, Fawler, Brewham and Eastmanton, 1588 (a brief note at the end of a transcript of the register of Kingston Lisle for 1585 to 1588), 1635, 1677, 1705, 1705 (Kingston Lisle and Fawler), 1783, (Kingston Lisle and Fawler only), 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/333/1-3  1677-1783

Contents:
Speen, 1677, late 17th cent. or early 18th cent., 1783 (account of public charities).

[no title]  D/1/24/334/1-7  1588-1783

Contents:
Stanford Dingley, 1588, 1609, 1671, 1677, 1681, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/335/1  Mid. 18th cent

Contents:
Stanford-in-the-Vale with Goosey, between 1756 and 1769 when Thomas Horne was vicar.

[no title]  D/1/24/336/1-4  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Steventon, early 17th cent., 17th cent., 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/337/1-4  1609-1786

Contents:
Stratfield Mortimer, 1609, 1671, 1705, 1786 (with map of church lands annexed).

[no title]  D/1/24/338/1-3  1609-1783

Contents:
Streatley, 1609, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/339/1-6  1588-c.1780

Contents:
Sulham, 1588, 17th cent. (2), 1671, 1706, between 1771 and 1785 when John Spicer ceased to be rector.

[no title]  D/1/24/340/1-4  1609-1704

Contents:
Sulhampstead Abbas, 1609, 1635, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/341/1-4  1605-Late 17th or early 18th cent

Contents:
Sulhampstead Bannister, 1605, 1635, 1677, late 17th or early 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/24/342/1-3  1608-1704

Contents:
Sunninghill, 1608, 1677, 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/343/1-4  1664-1783

Contents:
Sunningwell, 1664, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/344/1-3  1635-1705

Contents:
Sutton Courtney, 1635, 1678, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/345/1-4  1609-1783

Contents:
Swallowfield, 1609 (2), 1635, 1783 (includes Shinfield)

[no title]  D/1/24/346/1-4  1609-1783

Contents:
Thatcham with Greenham and Midgham, 1609, 1677, n.d. after 1687 when John Cock became rector, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/347/1-5  1608-1783?

Contents:
Tidmarsh, 1608, 1672, 1678, 1704, 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/348/1-7  1609-1783

Contents:
Tilehurst, 1609, 1634, 1671 (an account of almshouses and charities), 1677, c.1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/349/1-2  1703, 1783

Contents:
Uffington

[no title]  D/1/24/349/3-4  1703, 1783

Contents:
Uffington: Baulking

[no title]  D/1/24/349/5-6  1703?, 1783

Contents:
Uffington: Woolstone

[no title]  D/1/24/350/1-5  1608-1784

Contents:
Ufton, 1608, 1671, 1678, 1704, 1784

[no title]  D/1/24/351/1-2  1678, 1704

Contents:
Wallingford St. Leonard, 1678 (includes Sotwell), 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/351/3-7  1605-1783

Contents:
Wallingford St. Leonard: Moreton, North, 1605, 1609, 1611, 1635, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/351/8  1608

Contents:
Wallingford St. Leonard: Moreton, South

[no title]  D/1/24/352/1-2  1635, 1704

Contents:
Wallingford St. Mary

[no title]  D/1/24/353/1-3  1699-1783

Contents:
Wallingford St. Peter, 1699, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/354/1-8  1608-1783

Contents:
Waltham St. Lawrence, 1608, 1664, 1671 and 1672 (two papers concerning a false terrier given in by the churchwardens in 1608), 1677 (2), 1683, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/355/1-5  Early 17th cent.-1704

Contents:
Waltham, White, early 17th cent., 1635, 1671, late 17th cent., 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/356/1-4  1671-1783

Contents:
Warfield, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/357/1-11  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Wargrave, early 17th cent. (3) (the first three terriers seem to be identical, except for the names of churchwardens witnessing them; the vicar in all three is Robert Blitheman, who was vicar at the time of the 1613 metropolitical visitation), 1625, 1635. between 1665 and 1689, 1671, 1678, 1680, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/358/1-6  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Wasing, early 17th cent. (2), 1672, 1677, 1705, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/359/1-4  Late 16th cent.-1704

Contents:
Welford, late 16th cent., 1608, 1671, 1704 (copy of 1608 terrier).

[no title]  D/1/24/360/1-5  Early 17th cent.-1783

Contents:
Windsor, New, early 17th cent. (2), 1680, 1704, 1783?

[no title]  D/1/24/361/1-4  16[3?]-1783

Contents:
Windsor, Old, 16[3?], 1680, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/362/1-6  1588-1783

Contents:
Winkfield, 1588, 1631, 1671, 1677, 1704, 1783

[no title]  D/1/24/363/1-3  1605-1786

Contents:
Wittenham, Little, 1605, 1704, 1786

[no title]  D/1/24/364/1-3  Early 17th cent.-1808

Contents:
Wittenham, Long, early 17th cent., 1705, 1808

[no title]  D/1/24/365/1-3  1605-1704

Contents:
Woodhay, West, 1605, 1677 (copy of 1605 terrier), 1704

[no title]  D/1/24/366/1-6  1609-1705

Contents:
Woolhampton, 1609, 1635, 1672, 1677, 1680, 1705

[no title]  D/1/24/367/1-2  1705, 1783

Contents:
Wytham

[no title]  D/1/24/368/1-4  1609-1704

Contents:
Yattendon, 1609, 1662, 1671 (copy of 1662 terrier), 1704

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/24/369  18th cent

Contents:
Register of terriers for Wilts. & Berks. with original bundle references.

[no title]  D/1/24/370  1783

Contents:
Printed directions from bishop Barrington to the clergy about making terriers (3 copies).

Tithe  D/1/25  [n.d.]

Archival history:
All the tithe awards for Wiltshire and Dorset, formerly in the Diocesan Registry, have been transferred to their respective county record offices, but Wiltshire still has the awards for a few parishes which are now in Hampshire; Bramshaw, 1843, Damerham, 1847: Martin, 1846; and Plaitford, 1843.


Related information: [See list of tithe and Enclosure Awards.]

Note: [Order as T/A and name of Parish]


[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Aldbourne  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Alderbury  1850

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Alderton  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Allington  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (South Wilts.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Alton Barnes  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Alvediston  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Amesbury  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ashley  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards (formerly Wilts. now Glos.) (Copy only.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ashton Keynes: Leigh  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ashton, Steeple  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ashton, Steeple: Great Hinton  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ashton, Steeple: Semington  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Steeple, Ashton: West Ashton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Avebury  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Barford St. Martin  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Baverstock  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Baydon  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bedwyn, Great  1850

Contents:
Tithe Awards (does not cover Marten) (Covers East Grafton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bedwyn, Little  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Beechingstoke  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Berwick Bassett  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Berwick St. James  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Berwick St. John  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Biddestone  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Slaughterford)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bishopstone  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards (South Wilts.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bishopstrow  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Blackland  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Blagden  1849

Contents:
Tithe Awards (and see Hippenscombe)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Blunsdon St. Andrew  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Boscombe  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bowood  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Box  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Boyton with Corton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford, includes town of Bradford, Leigh and Woolley, Holt, Atworth, Winsley, Limpley Stoke and South Wraxall.  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford: Holt  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford: Leigh and Forwoods Common  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford: Atworth Common  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford: Midford Estate  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradford: Miscellaneous exchanges  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradley, Maiden  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bradley, North  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Southwick)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bramshaw  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (formerly Wilts, now Hants.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bremhill  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bremilham  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Brinkworth  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Grittenham)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Britford  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also East Harnham)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Brokenborough  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Charlton King's Heath and all but village area of Westport St. Mary)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bromham  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Broughton Gifford  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Bulford  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Burbage  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Burcombe  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Buttermere  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Calne  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Calstone Wellington  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, All  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards
Part 1 All Cannings
Part 2 Etchilhampton
Part 3 Fullaway
Part 4 Outline Map
Part 5 All Cannings, village enlarged

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, All: Allington  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, Bishops  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Roundway)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, Bishops: Chittoe  1849

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, Bishops: Coate  1849

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cannings, Bishops: Southbroom  1850

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chalfield, Great  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chalke, Bower  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chalke, Broad  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Charlton St. Peter  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (near Pewsey)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cherhill  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chicklade  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chilmark  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chippenham  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards (town centre covered)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chippenham: Stanley and Nethermore  1851

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chippenham: Tytherton Lucas  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chirton  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chisledon  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chitterne All Saints  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chitterne St. Mary  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cholderton  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Christian Malford  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Christian Malford: Avon  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chute  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Chute Forest  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Clarendon  1851

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Clyffe Pypard  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Broacktown)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Codford St.Mary  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Codford St. Peter  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Ashton Gifford)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Colerne  1875

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Collingbourne Ducis  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Collingbourne Kingston: Valence  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (Brunton) and Aughton

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Combe, Castle  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Compton Bassett  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Compton Chamberlayne  1850

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Coombe Bissett  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Corsham  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Neston)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Corsley  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Chapsmanslade)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Coulston, East  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cricklade St. Mary  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Cricklade St. Sampson: Braydon and Chelworth  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/Cricklade St. Sampson: Widhill  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards (Not in WSRO - copy at Cricklade Museum)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Crudwell  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Damerham  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards (formerly Wilts. now Hants.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Dauntsey  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards (map only shows farms as blocks of land, no field boundaries or houses are shown)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Dean, West  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Deverill, Brixton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Deverill, Hill  1849

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Deverill, Longbridge  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Crockerton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Deverill, Monkton  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Devizes St. John  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers part of town centre)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Dinton and Teffont Magna  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ditteridge  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Donhead St. Andrew  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Donhead St. Mary  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Downton: East Downton, Hamptworth and Church Tithing  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Redlynch, Morgans Vale, Lover, Woodfalls and No-Mans-Land)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Downton: Nunton and Bodenham  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Downton: Charlton, Wick and Downton Borough  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Downton: Charlton, Wick and Walton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Draycot Cerne  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Draycot Foliat  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Durnford  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Durrington  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Easton Grey  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Eaton, Castle  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ebbesbourne Wake  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Edington  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Eisey  1850

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: Combe  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: Compton  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: West Chisenbury  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: Long Street  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: Littlecot  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: East Chisenbury  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (South Wilts.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Enford: Fifield  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Everleigh  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Farleigh, Monkton  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fifield Bavant  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Figheldean  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Knighton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fisherton Anger  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fisherton Delamere  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Bapton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fittleton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fonthill Bishop  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fonthill Gifford  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fovant  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Foxley  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (for copy map and for award order 149/103/6)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Froxfield  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Fugglestone St. Peter  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Quidhampton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Garsdon  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Grimstead, East  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Grimstead, West  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Grittleton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ham  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hankerton  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hannington  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hardenhuish  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Harnham, West  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (only covers 18 acres of parish)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Heddington  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Highway  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Highworth  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Bury, Blunsden, Sevenhampton and South Marsden/Marston, but not Highworth or Broad Blunsdon)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hilmarton  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hilperton  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hindon  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hinton, Broad  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Bradtown and Uffcott)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hinton, Little  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hippenscombe  1849

Contents:
Tithe Awards (and see Blagden)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Homington  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Horningsham  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Huish  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Hullavington  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Idmiston  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Porton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Imber  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Inglesham  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Keevil  1864

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Keevil: Bulkington  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Kellaways  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Kennett, East  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Kilmington  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (copy only)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Kington St. Michael  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Kington Langley)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Kington, West  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Knoyle, East  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Knoyle, West  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lacock  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Landford  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Langford, Little  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Langford, Steeple  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Langley Burrell  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Laverstock and Ford  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lavington, Market  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lavington, Market: Easterton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lavington, West  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lea and Cleverton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Leigh Delamere  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Liddington  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Littleton Drew  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Luckington  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ludgershall  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lydiard Millicent  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lydiard Tregoze  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Lyneham  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Bradenstoke)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Maddington  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Malmesbury  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (Brokenborough covers Westport St. Mary) (also Corston)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Manningford Abbots  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Manningford Bruce  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Marden  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Marlborough St. Mary  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Marlborough St. Peter  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Marston Meysey - order CC/Bishoprick 121  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (copy)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Martin  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards (formerly Wilts. now Hants.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Melksham: town  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards (little detail; also show with Whitley)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Melksham: Seend  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Mere  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Zeals)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Mildenhall  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Poulton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Milford  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Milston  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Milton Lilborne  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Fyfield)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Minety  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Netheravon  1864

Contents:
Tithe Awards (award only (for map see EA 31)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Netherhampton  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Nettleton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Borton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Newnton, Long  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Newnton, North  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Hilcot)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Newton, South  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Newton Tony  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Norton  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Norton Bavant  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Oaksey  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ogbourne St. Andrew  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ogbourne St. George  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Orcheston St. George  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Orcheston St. Mary  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Overton: Shaw  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Fyfield and Lockeridge)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Pertwood  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Pewsey  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Pewsham  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Pitton and Farley  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Plaitford  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (formerly Wilts. now Hants.)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Potterne  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Worton and Marston)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Poulshot  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Preshute  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Manton and Elcot)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Preshute: Clatford  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Preshute: Temple Ruckley and Langdon Wyke  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Purton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Purton: Braydon  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Ramsbury  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (shows outlying fields but not village) (includes Axford)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Rodbourne Cheney  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Haydon Wick)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Rollestone  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Rowde  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Rushall  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Savernake  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Seagry  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sedgehill  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Semley  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Shalbourne  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sherrington  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sherston  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sherston: Pinkney  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Shrewton  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Somerford, Little  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sopworth  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (copy only)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Standlynch  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stanton Fitzwarren  1856

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stanton St. Bernard  1847

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stapleford  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stourton  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stratford-sub-Castle  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Stratford Tony  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sutton Benger  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (Parish copy)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Sutton Mandeville  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Swallowcliffe  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Swindon  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards (town centre not covered)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Teffont Evias  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tidcombe  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Fosbury)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tidworth, North  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tilshead  1853

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tisbury  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (for better copy of award see 413/101) (includes Wardour)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tockenham  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Tollard Royal  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Tollard Farnham in Dorset)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Trowbridge  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Staverton but not town centre)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Upavon  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Upton Lovell  1838

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Upton Scudamore  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also Chapsmanslade)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Urchfont  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards (covers Eastcott and Wedhampton)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Urchfont: Stert  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wanborough  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards
Wardour, see Tisbury

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Warminster  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (not comprehensive but see G16/995/1 and G16/995/5) (includes Boreham)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Westbury  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards (4 maps covering Chapmanslade and Dilton, Bratton, Heywood and Dilton Marsh and index map) (also Chapsmanslade)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Westwood  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Whaddon  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Whiteparish  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilcot  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards (includes Oare)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilsford  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (near Amesbury)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilsford: Lake  1848

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilsford  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards (near Pewsey)

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilsford: Manningford Bohun  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wilton  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wingfield  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterbourne Bassett  1844

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterbourne Dauntsey  1845

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterbourne Earls  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterbourne Gunner  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterbourne Stoke  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Winterslow  1843

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wishford, Great  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Woodborough  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Woodford  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wootton Bassett  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wootton Rivers  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wraxall, North  1839

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wroughton: Elcombe  1846

Contents:
Tithe Awards (also covers tithings of Overtown, Salthrop and Westlecott) and Uffcott

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Wylye  1841

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Yatesbury  1840

Contents:
Tithe Awards

[no title]  D/1/25/T/A/Yatton Keynell  1842

Contents:
Tithe Awards

Transcripts of Parish Registers  D/1/26  [n.d.]


Related information: See parish register summary list, WSRO

Bishops' private papers  [no ref. or date]

SETH WARD, 1667-1689  D/1/27/1  [n.d.]


Related information: (See 'Wiltshire Archaelogical Magazine' vol. 76 pp 115-122)

[no title]  D/1/27/1/1  Late 17th cent

Contents:
Liber Notitiae Generalis, a memoranda book in which the bishop noted much information about his diocese, a diocesan calendar, names of clergy and principal residents, value of benefices, extracts from muniments, fees, and so on, as well as recipes for illness.

[no title]  D/1/27/1/2  1669

Contents:
Copy of Sir Christopher Wren's survey of the cathedral. Wren was a friend of Seth Ward.

[no title]  D/1/27/1/3  1676-1677

Contents:
Letters and papers about the appointment of a curate at Coulston, a chapelry of Steeple Ashton. The bishop disagreed with the incumbent's choice.

[no title]  D/1/27/1/4  1639-1683

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers. These illustrate many of the bishop's activities and interests - nonconformity, relief of the poor, his dispute with the dean of Salisbury, a proposal to create a bishopric of Virginia, the erection and carving of a new bishop's seat in the cathedral, and general activities in the diocese. Some of them are in his handwriting and others are signed or annotated by him. They are all that survive of his private papers and probably include some extraneous ones. They are as follows:
Papers concerning the redemption of captives in Algiers:
1. Letter from the Council to the bishop asking for a collection, 4 March 1672
2. Letter from Dr Drake, concerning redemption of captives, 1 March 1672
3. Letter from the dean of Salisbury concerning the contribution, 28 March 1672
4. Seth Ward's reply to the Councillors, 30 March 1672
5. Letter from the Council asking for money again, 15 August 1673
6. Book, showing collection for captives, 1671
Papers concerning the rebuilding of St Paul's Cathedral:
7. Proclamation, ordering collections in aid of rebuilding, 26 February 1678
8. Bishop of London's letter, accompanying a brief about the collection, 29 July 1678
9. Copy letter to be sent to clergy, 22 August 1678
10. Seth Ward's notes on this
Documents concerning the dispute between Seth Ward and Dean Pierce concerning peculiar jurisdictions
11. Book, containing copies of letters and papers relating to the dispute
12. Justification of the dean, 8 February 1683
13. Paper concerning the meeting of the Lords Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Preferments, 2 March 1683
14. Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury to Seth Ward, 3 July 1683
15. The dean's petition, 19 July 1683
16. Protest of the dean and chapter, October 1683
17. Copy of the dean's letter to Dr Lambert
18. Papers relating to the arguments
19. Seth Ward's notes and proposal to abolish peculiar jurisdictions
20. Archbishop Sancroft's report of the controversy, made to the king
20A. 'A Vindication of the King's Sovereign Rights .....' The case put forward by the dean, published 1683
Papers concerning the proposal to create a bishopric in Virginia:
21. Draft concerning the creation of this bishopric
22. Seth Ward's notes on his proposal
Papers concerning the erection and carving of the bishop's seat in the Cathedral
23. Agreement between Seth Ward and Alexander Fort, who was to erect the seat, 4 January 1672. (With signature of Christopher Wren)
24. The joiner's bill
25. Bill for carving
26. Alexander Fort's account
Papers concerning taxes and accounts:
27. Accounts of money collected in the diocese by Dr Drake and Dr Lloyd
28. State of account concerning green wax, 29 August 1676
29. Green wax accounts for 1667, 1668 and 1669 for the Hundred of Beaminster, Dorset
30. Receipts of rentals and Seth Ward's bond for paying first fruits etc.
31. Letter from the Commissioners to Seth Ward, for assessing poll-tax
32. Royal letter, for augmentation of small vicarages, 1661
Documents concerning the affairs of the diocese:
33. Submission of William Gale, vicar of Downton, n.d.
34. Inquiry into the right of patronage in Peasemore, Berks., 23 May 1678
35. Declaration by ten 'classics' of Marlborough, that Thomas Baden had been ordained on 2 April 1659
36. Presentment of Simon Lowth, rector of Tilehurst, Berks., at a visitation, 31 October 1671
37. Account of repairs of Steeple Ashton church, August 1672
38. Petition of 'indigent officers' in London and Westminster, who were not provided for at the Restoration, n.d.
39. Letter from John Priaulx, concerning a controversy over the parson's right to pasture sheep on a farm in Berwick St John, 1673
40. Names of commissioners for charitable causes suggested to the Lord Keeper, 26 November 1671
41. Allegations of Mr Parker and Mr Clutterbuck about dilapidations and repairs in Salisbury, 1669
42. Letter from Thomas Allington to Robert Randall, concerning green wax, 20 March 1672
43. Seth Ward's determination of the disputed election of a churchwarden at Westbury, 11 August 1673
44. Letter from Thomas Gardiner to Seth Ward about a door in the Close wall, 1 February 1677
45. Copy of Seth Ward's permission to the vicar of Long Wittenham, Berks., to live somewhere else while the vicarage was being repaired, 11 September 1674
46. David Whitby's certificate and declaration as representing the bishop of Salisbury, 4 May 1675
47. Certificate that the aisle of Speen church, Berks., had been rebuilt according to Seth Ward's orders, 16 November 1671
48. Papers concerning money sent to the poor and sick in Cambridge, 1666-1667
48A. Notes for a visitation scheme, 1671
Copies of older documents referring to the diocese:
49. Copy of a decree in chancery, settling the rights of the vicar of Turnworth, 5 February 1639
50. Act of Parliament concerning Bedwyn, Uffculme, Devon, and Alton. Notes by Seth Ward
51. Extracts from Domesday Book
52. Copy of papers from the reign of Edward IV
53. Papers concerning the prebendary of Ilfracombe, Devon, and Gillingham, Dorset, 20 November 1630
54. Copy of lease of green wax for the bishopric of London
55. List of stewards of the City Corporation
56. Extracts from Domesday Book
57. Notes on commissions and acts of jurisdiction concerning the diocese, 1575-1587
Documents concerned with Nonconformity:
58. "Act anent the indulged ministers", 1 March 1676
59. Paper concerning a garrison being put in a house in Scotland, where conventicles had been called, September 1675
60. Licences granted to nonconformists, including Benjamin Woodbridge, 1672
61. King's command to end public preaching of Woodbridge, and his assent, August 21 and 26, 1673
62. Brief list of nonconformists in Wiltshire (mainly Salisbury), 23 April 1672
63. Note of nonconformists licensed in Lord Arlington's office, 15 May 1672
64. "Proclamation anent conventicles", 1676
65. Proceedings in court on presentments of churchwardens of Porton and Gomeldon at the visitation of Bishop Humphrey Henchman (1662) and of Marlborough St Mary at the visitation of Seth Ward (1672)
66. Book showing numbers of inhabitants or communicants, Catholics and Protestant dissenters in the jurisdiction of the bishop of Salisbury, n.d. (1675-1676)
67. Certificate against Richard Green, Robert Payne and Thomas Jones, November 1671
68. Draft of Bishop Compton of London's census of dissenters etc, 1676
68A. Warrant for suppressing a conventicle in the house of John Hewlett in Salisbury, 1676
Miscellaneous papers, as follows:
69. Paper with notes on measurements of the Cathedral, and fees for installing bishops.
70. Extract from acts, 1600-1625, about decanal jurisdiction over Faringdon, Berks., (in a cause Dean v. Robert Pye, Kt.)
71. Extracts from bishops registers.
72. Extract from the Commission for Causes Ecclesiastical about a visitation, late 17th cent.
73. Account of trees cut down, 1746
74. Extracts from bishops' registers about the church at Alton
75. Bond, Richard Pyneger to the bishop of Salisbury, 1643. Relates to the rent of the manor of Chardstock, Dorset
76. Letter from Bishop John (?Caldwell) to the Lord Chief Justice
77. Copy letter to the bishop of Salisbury from King Richard I
78. Petitions to the king from the bishops about the restoration of the office of Chancellor of the Order of the Garter to the bishop of Salisbury, 17th cent.
79. Appointment of coroner for Salisbury by the bishop, 1683.
80. Copies of letter from the earl of Clarendon in exile to the duke of York, part of a Privy Council (?) letter to the bishop about conventicles c1670, and an address to King James on the death of his brother, 1685.

GILBERT BURNET 1689-1715  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/27/1/5  c.1700

Contents:
Draft will

BENJAMIN HOADLY, 1723-1734  D/1/27/2  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/2/1  1726

Contents:
Charge to the clergy at his primary visitation.

THOMAS SHERLOCK, 1734-1748  D/1/27/3  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/3/1  1736-1741

Contents:
Letters from Browne Willis, the antiquary, to the bishop, about churches in the diocese and other antiquarian subjects.

[no title]  D/1/27/3/2  n.d

Contents:
Accounts and letters relating to repairs to the cathedral, which were largely paid for by the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/27/3/2/1  1691

Contents:
Thomas Naish's survey of the cathedral. This was found with the other papers and perhaps belongs with this group.

[no title]  D/1/27/3/2/2  1737

Contents:
Schedule of the 'fifth part' taxed towards repairing the cathedral.

[no title]  D/1/27/3/2/3  1737

Contents:
'Money raised for the repairs of the church' - chiefly an account of the non-payment by some of the prebendaries of their 'fifth part'; also money and timber received from the bishop and others for the cathedral.

[no title]  D/1/27/3/2/4  1737-1746

Contents:
Bills, estimate, receipts, letters, surveys, etc., relating to repairs to the cathedral. Many of the bills and estimates relate to carpentry work, and there is a detailed account of timber brought from Langley Woods. One letter includes a diagram of a roof truss proposed for the bishop's dining room and there are some detailed observations on the tower.

JOHN HUME, 1766-1782  D/1/27/4  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/4/1  1777-1778

Contents:
Small packet of receipts for various payments - subscriptions, charities, rates, etc., - made by the bishop.

SHUTE BARRINGTON, 1782-1791  D/1/27/5  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/5/1  1788-1789

Contents:
Packet of letters and papers, most, if not all, of which are concerned with restoration of the cathedral. They include a letter from the dean of Gloucester, about alterations in his cathedral yard; lists of subscribers; valuations of houses in the Close, and of the belfry; letters from subscribers (two of these are from the earl of Radnor who enclosed some suggestions about an organ, with a sketch); letter from the dean of Salisbury about the new organ to be presented by the king, and asking to see Wyatt's plan; letter from a Mrs Smith about tombstones in the cathedral; letter from Lord Huntingdon assenting to demolition of the Hungerford Chantry.

[no title]  D/1/27/5/2  1783

Contents:
Printed charge to the clergy and churchwardens at a visitation.

EDWARD DENISON, 1837-1854  D/1/27/6  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/6/1  1837-1838

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/2  1838-1840

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/3  1840-1843

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/4  1843-1845

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/5  1845-1848

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/6  1848-1850

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/7  1850-1851

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/8  1851-1853

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/9  1853-1854

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/10  1854

Contents:
Index to the letter books.

[no title]  D/1/27/6/11  1837

Contents:
Small file of the names of poor persons who received bread on the bishop's arrival.

WALTER KERR HAMILTON, 1854-1869  D/1/27/7  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/7/1  c.1856-1860

1 vol

Contents:
'Notitiae': personal notes on the clergy of the diocese and other parish and diocesan matters.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/2  1858-1867

Contents:
Charges to clergy and churchwardens at visitations, with associated papers.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/3  1855

Contents:
File of copy letters to the registrar.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/4  1854

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/5  1855

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/6  1856

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/7  1857

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/8  1858

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/9  1859

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/10  1860

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/11  1861

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/12  1862

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/13  1863

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/14  1864

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/15  1865

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/16  1866

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/17  1867

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/7/18  1868

Contents:
Letter book.

GEORGE MOBERLEY, 1869-1885 and JOHN WORDSWORTH, 1885-1911  D/1/27/8  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/8/1  1867, 1869-1873

Contents:
Order of service for Bishop Moberley's enthronement, 1869. The bishop's charge 1873. Sarum and Brechin: or, the arguments and quotations of the Bishop of Salisbury's charge (1867) on the subject of the eucharist traced to their source in the "Theological defence for the Bishop of Brechin" on his trial for heresy. Charles P. Phinn, rector of Moor Critchell with Long Critchell.

[no title]  D/1/27/8/2  1875-1887

Contents:
Letter book, mainly to clergy on pastoral matters. Includes a few original letters to Bishop Wordsworth, and on pp. 98-105 his opinion on a vow of celibacy.

JOHN WORDSWORTH, 1885-1911  D/1/27/9  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/9/1  1886-1895

Contents:
Letter book.

[no title]  D/1/27/9/2  c.1893, 1909

Contents:
Letters about a portrait of George Herbert with monograph by M N Rydler, 1909.

[no title]  D/1/27/9/3  1909-1919

Contents:
Correspondence to the bishop as President of the Anglican and Foreign Church Society with copies of annual reports.

[no title]  D/1/27/9/4  1906

Contents:
Chancellor's charge for bishop's visitation.

[no title]  D/1/27/9/5  1887

Contents:
Long letter from Horace Chapman of Donhead St Andrew on the debate about Church and state.

FREDERIC RIDGEWAY, 1911-1921  D/1/27/10  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/10/1  1911

Contents:
Proceedings and order of service for Bishop Ridgeway's enthronement.

ST CLAIR DONALDSON, 1921-1935  D/1/27/11  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/11/1  1925-1927

Contents:
Letters about contributions to the bishop's dilapidations fund.

[no title]  D/1/27/11/2  1923

Contents:
A collection of religious ramblings by a patient in the Old Manor Mental Hospital, Salisbury, with a covering letter to the bishop.

NEVILLE LOVETT, 1936-1946  D/1/27/12  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/12/1  c.1945

Contents:
Leaflets for those about to be married.

[no title]  D/1/27/12/2  1938

Contents:
Letters and notes about bishop Joscelin.

GEOFFREY LUNT, 1946-1948  D/1/27/13  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/13/1  1947-1948

Contents:
Leaflets on baptism, confirmation and marriage, and pastoral advice to the clergy.

[no title]  D/1/27/13/2  1947

Contents:
Letter from the archdeacon of Sarum about the Nelson player book and Standlynch chapel.

WILLIAM LOUIS ANDERSON, 1949-1963  D/1/27/14  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/27/14/1-6  c.1950-c.1960

Contents:
Files on various administrative matters.

JOSEPH FISON, 1963-1973  D/1/27/15  [n.d.]

Contents:
Notes, draft essays and addresses, and other papers, written or collected by Bishop Joseph Fison. They nearly all relate, in one way or another, to the Blessed Virgin Mary. They are written or typed on loose sheets of paper and inserted (loose) into hard-backed note books, each note book being given a number.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/1  n.d

Contents:
The Blessed Virgin Mary in the Salisbury tradition: an exploratory essay. The essay contains 23ms. pages, but breaks off in the middle. There are also about 15 pages of annotations or commentary. With the papers is a letter from John E James of St Stephen's House, Oxford, to the Bishop, about the Caroline Mariologists' links with Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/2  n.d

Contents:
Notes on the cathedral church of St Mary, Salisbury. Includes translation of William Wenda's account of the founding of the church and extracts from Cassan's Lives of the Bishops.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/3  n.d

Contents:
More notes and drafts on B.V.M. in the Salisbury tradition - the complete, though very much corrected, version, contains 58 ms. pages.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/4  n.d

Contents:
Notes and drafts on the cathedral statutes and customs, altars, jewels, etc., including extracts from Wordsworth and Macleane's Salisbury Cathedral Statutes.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/5  n.d

Contents:
Papers on relics in the cathedral and Cardinal Pole.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/6  n.d

Contents:
The heraldry of Salisbury Cathedral, and of other religious institutions, with special reference to representations of B.V.M. Mostly letters and papers by Mr Battersby of Chittoe vicarage.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/7  n.d

Contents:
Articles and notes on Bishops Jewel and Hooker.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/8  n.d

Contents:
Mostly copies of poems of John Norris, George Herbert and Thomas Hardy.

[no title]  D/1/27/15/9  n.d

Contents:
Sermons of Bishop John Wordsworth and notes of Bishop Fison, on B.V.M., Ave Maria and intercessions.

Charters  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/28/1  1546

Contents:
Inspeximus of a decree of the Court of Augmentations confirming to the bishops of Salisbury for ever the pensions formerly paid by a number of dissolved monasteries.

[no title]  D/1/28/2  1568

Contents:
Exchange between the bishop and the dean and chapter of the Wardrobe and the Glasshouse. The Glasshouse was near the entrance to the palace, and was probably demolished soon after 1568.

[no title]  D/1/28/3  1593

Contents:
Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of 1472, granting and confirming to the bishops of Salisbury rights and privileges in respect of their free town of Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/28/4  1612

Contents:
Letters patent appointing the bishop and the dean justices of the peace for the Close, the area between Harnham Gate and Harnham Bridge, and the bishop's guildhall and gaol. The bishop is given permission to have a prison, either in the city or the Close, and to hold the sessions either in his guildhall or in the Close. The practice of any manual art or mystery in the Close, except for one carpenter, one glazier and one plumber, is forbidden.

[no title]  D/1/28/5  1629

Contents:
Letters patent, confirming all earlier royal grants of privileges and rights to the bishop of Salisbury, including the office of Chancellor of the Order of the Garter

[no title]  D/1/28/6  1671

Contents:
Letters patent granting to Seth Ward, bishop of Salisbury, and his successors forever the office of Chancellor of the Garter. With six papers containing copies and extracts of related documents.

[no title]  D/1/28/7  1782-1791

Contents:
Register of Garter Warrants. The warrants are mostly for giving the robes and jewels of the Order: and there are also patents for bestowing the place of Poor Knight of Windsor.

[no title]  D/1/28/8  18th and 19th cent

Contents:
Schedules of documents.

The Bishop's courts for the city  D/1/29  [n.d.]

Contents:
Even after the city achieved independence by the 1612 charter, the bishop retained a court leet with view of frankpledge (a manorial court) and a court of pleas (a court of record) for the city. There was probably also a court baron, attended by every freeman, but little trace of this survives in these records.
The court leet was half-yearly, and all the inhabitants of the city had to come to it; the records consist of presentments by the jury, jury lists and lists of freeholders. The offences presented are mainly nuisances. The third file does not include so many presentments as the other two. There is a fourth file consisting of lists of aldermen and freeholders, with jury lists and writs to summon the jury, but very few presentments.
There are various records of the court of pleas - processes of attachment, affidavits, bonds and declarations of ejectment. The procedure was by jury according to common law, and jurisdiction covered all actions, whatever the debt or damages.

[no title]  D/1/29/1a  1550-1551

Contents:
Essoins of the bishop's court, with photocopy of view of frankpledge of the city of Salisbury which has been re-used as the first Steeple Langford terrier (D/1 24/126/1).

[no title]  D/1/29/1  1700-1832

Contents:
Court Leet with view of frankpledge: three files of presentments of jury, jury lists and lists of freeholders, 1700-1719; 1720-1739; 1740-1749, 1752, 1754, 1774, 1785 and few n.d; 1790-1832.

[no title]  D/1/29/2  1726-1800

Contents:
Court of Pleas: processes of attachment, with affidavits of service, 1726-1729, 1732-1733, 1734-1736, 1738-1739, 1740-1743; and odd ones, 1750 and 1800. The 'process' is a writ from the king, addressed to a 'minister' of the court, telling him to attach the body, goods or chattels of someone who is to answer in a plea of 'trespass upon the case'. There are 5 files.

[no title]  D/1/29/3  1744-1822

Contents:
Court of Pleas: affidavits of debt, 1744-1747, 1807-1822.

[no title]  D/1/29/4  1777-1817

Contents:
Court of Pleas: final judgements in pleas of trespass on the case, etc., 1777, 1778, 1810-1817.

[no title]  D/1/29/5  1782, 1809-1821

Contents:
Court of Pleas: bonds. These include bail bonds - for appearance at the bishop's court; bonds of indemnity - to indemnify the bishop from costs or damages which might arise by reason of a suit; and bonds for due performance of office.

[no title]  D/1/29/6  1808-1814

Contents:
Court of Pleas: notices of appointments of attornies for the prosecution, 1808-1811, 1811-1814.

[no title]  D/1/29/7  1809-1817, 1822

Contents:
Court of Pleas: declaration of ejectment, 1809-1817, 1822. Ejectments were fictitious law cases.

[no title]  D/1/29/8  1810-1817

Contents:
Court of Pleas: pleas of defendants.

[no title]  D/1/29/9  1774, 1810-1822

Contents:
Court of Pleas: affidavits of service of writ, 1810-1822; also one odd one, 1774.

[no title]  D/1/29/10  1811-1816

Contents:
Court of Pleas: cognovits. These were acknowledgements by the defendant of his debt to the plaintiff.

[no title]  D/1/29/11  c.1705-1721

Contents:
Court of Pleas: file of writs ordering the bailiff of the bishop's liberty of New Sarum to send documents in a case on which there had been an appeal, to Westminster.

[no title]  D/1/29/12  1706-1729

Contents:
Court of Pleas: five files of small, stamped, pieces of parchment. They give the names of the parties, and in the margin, another plaintiff's name. They also give a note of the case.

[no title]  D/1/29/13  1745-1779

Contents:
Court of Pleas: two files of small, stamped documents, giving brief particulars of pleas of 'trespass on the case'. They are probably a continuation of D/1/29/12, but are not exactly the same.

[no title]  D/1/29/14  c.1750

Contents:
Court of Pleas: three files of scraps of papers of the court, mostly a very brief notice of the damages in cases.

[no title]  D/1/29/15  1810-1814

Contents:
Court of Pleas: file of stamped pieces of parchment giving a note that defendant (named) was delivered to bail.

[no title]  D/1/29/16  1810-1822

Contents:
Court of Pleas: slips of paper giving a note of 'processes' issued, with names of parties and date returnable.

[no title]  D/1/29/17  1739-1753

Contents:
Extracts of the fines from all bishop's city courts, 1739-1742, 1751-1753. For each group of years there are separate extracts for each of the four wards of the city - Market, Mead, Martin and New Street.

[no title]  D/1/29/18  1768

Contents:
Quarter Sessions for the City: Lists and presentments of jurors of Mead, Martin, Market and New Street Wards.

[no title]  D/1/29/19  1801, 1827

Contents:
Quarter Sessions for the City: five presentments by the jurors.

[no title]  D/1/29/20  1813-1815

Contents:
Orders from Wiltshire Quarter Sessions to the overseers of Salisbury St. Edmund to make payments for militia substitutes.

[no title]  D/1/29/21  1839-1855

Contents:
Writs of summons to defendants, to appear before King's or Queen's Bench and answer to actions of debt. There are also a few summonses to other courts.

[no title]  D/1/29/22  1826-1837

Contents:
Writs to the sheriff of Wiltshire (and four to the sheriff of Dorset) to take defendants and bring them before the king at Westminster. Also a writ from the sheriff of Wiltshire to his bailiffs to summon a defendant before the County Court.

[no title]  D/1/29/23  1822, 1824, 1833

Contents:
Six papers containing various legal appointments of George Sutton of Salisbury (commissioner to take oaths, etc.).

[no title]  D/1/29/24  18th and 19th cent

Contents:
Miscellaneous documents relating mainly to the bishop's courts in the city.

The Bishop's disputes with the city  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The city of New Salisbury was founded in the 13th century by Richard Poore, bishop of Salisbury on part of his demesne land, and in 1225 he granted a charter to his free citizens there. The bishops continued to hold the city as their demesne, and although some form of municipal organisation was achieved quite quickly, there was continual friction between the city's determination to assert its independence and the bishops' determination to maintain their overlordship. Finally the matter was settled in favour of the city, by James I's charter of incorporation of 1612.

[no title]  D/1/30/1  c.1612

Contents:
Copies of charters, mostly made c.1612, numbered 1-7.

[no title]  D/1/30/2  15th-17th cents

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers: letters, petitions, abstracts of charters and particulars of rights, numbered 8-27. They include articles which the mayor and commonalty wished the king to grant them, 15th century, and the bishop's demands and the citizens' answers sent to the lord chief justice, c.1595.

[no title]  D/1/30/3  1595-early 17th cent

Contents:
Three miscellaneous papers:
- Petition by the bishop and dean and canons to the king, to confirm the ancient privileges of the Cathedral as against the claims of the city, n.d., probably 1630s.;
- Articles showing that the bishop had not consented to the city charter, although he had not opposed it, n.d.;
- List of "Innovations and Iniuryes offered by the Byshop unto the said Cittye", 1595.

[no title]  D/1/30/4  c.1592-1727

Contents:
Bundle of papers concerning disputes with the city, including:
- Brief of the scire facias served on the mayor and commonalty, early 17th century
- Correspondence with the bishop about renewing the city's charter, 1629-1630
- Papers concerning the mayor's oath, late 16th - early 17th centuries
- Copy letters to the bishop and the mayor, late 16th - early 17th centuries
- Copy agreement witnessing the election of two members for the city, 1727
- Letter from the bishop (probably John Coldwell, 1591-1596) expressing his resentment against the citizens
- List of the mayors of Salisbury 1327-1690
- Company of Shoemakers' reasons for keeping the market, n.d., late 16th century
- Notes on the election of mayors, and the case of John Long and his eligibility for mayor, n.d., early 18th century

[no title]  D/1/30/5  17th-18th cents

Contents:
Bundle of papers mostly concerning the granting of James I's charter to the city.

Miscellaneous documents about the bishop's palace  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/31/1  c.1647

Contents:
Survey and valuation of the palace.

[no title]  D/1/31/2  1662

Contents:
Consecration of the chapel in the palace.

[no title]  D/1/31/3  1736-1739

Contents:
Plans and designs, probably c.1736, for ceilings, roofs, wall panelling, etc. With them is a letter from Francis Price, dated October 17, 1736, a photograph of a portrait of him, also an estimate, and letters to the bishop about work at the palace, from Francis Price, John Soffe and others.

[no title]  D/1/31/4  1849

Contents:
Eleven plans, mostly of alterations at the palace lodge, by T. H. Wyatt.

[no title]  D/1/31/5  1854, 1859

Contents:
Copy of 'Mr. Wyatt's statement of proposed works and estimate of costs, 1859. This seems to be all concerned with improvements at the palace, chiefly to remedy the dampness there. With a letter, 1854.

[no title]  D/1/31/6  1923

Contents:
Catalogue of the books in Bishop John Wordsworth's collection, with a list of portraits, pictures, plate and other heirlooms belonging to the palace, 1923. The catalogue is in the writing of his brother, Christopher Wordsworth.

[no title]  D/1/31/7  1837, 1911, 1921, 1923

Contents:
Three inventories and catalogues of the contents of the palace, with 1837 inventory of items disputed as being the property of the See.

[no title]  D/1/31/8H  1889

Contents:
Four plans of alterations to the palace by J. A. Reeves.

[no title]  D/1/31/9  1931-1946

Contents:
Plans of layout and alterations to palace, later Cathedral school (1 folder).

[no title]  D/1/31/10  1784-1875

Contents:
Insurance policies for the palace, 1784 and 1792. Land tax redemption certificate, 1799. Appointment of surveyor 1875.

Restitution of temporalities  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/32/1  1761, 1766

Contents:
Writs on the accession of Bishops John Thomas and John Hume.

[no title]  D/1/32/2  1689, 1761, 1825

Contents:
Letters patent, ordering all knights and free tenants of the episcopal estates to be obedient to the newly-elected bishop.

Accounts in the exchequer  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/33/1  1666-1675

Contents:
'Quietus' or acquittance to the bishop for money paid in by him to the account of the green wax, Michaelmas 1666 - Michaelmas 1675. The money was due for judicial profits, fines, and amercements, arising from assizes, sessions and other secular courts of the bishop, allowed by the sheriff in his accounts to the Pipe Roll.

Miscellaneous documents relating to the bishop's estates and properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/34/1  1545

Contents:
Annual account of the collector of rent and other officials at Sherborne; the deputy woodward of Holnest; the reeve of Chardstock; the beadle of Bourton; the reeve of the manor of Yetminster; and the bailiff of the hundreds of Yetminster and Beaminster, all in Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/34/2  1667

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/3  1670

Contents:
Appointment of attornies to enter into the manors of Milford and Woodford and the hundred of Underditch, the rent being overdue.

[no title]  D/1/34/4  1668, 1690, 1725

Contents:
Three leases of a piece of ground in Butcher Row, Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/34/5  1647

Contents:
Copy presentments at a Potterne manorial court.

[no title]  D/1/34/6  17th cent

Contents:
Volume of copy charters relating to the bishop's rights and properties. Annotated by Seth Ward and others. With appointment of a receiver of the rents.

[no title]  D/1/34/7  1751

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Loders, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/34/8  1751

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Bothenhampton, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/34/9  late 18th cent

Contents:
Notes about the bishop's estates.

[no title]  D/1/34/10  1791

Contents:
Exchange of lands at Speen, Berks., with a plan.

[no title]  D/1/34/11  1870

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the abortive sale of the manor of Monkton Farleigh to the sitting tenant, H B Coldwell.

[no title]  D/1/34/12  1830

Contents:
Particulars of repairs to be done to the parsonage house at West Woodhay, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/34/13  1836

Contents:
Survey of Damerham and Martin, Hants., formerly Wiltshire.

[no title]  D/1/34/14  1840

Contents:
Survey and valuation of estates held under the bishop of Salisbury at Bishopstone, Marston Maisey, Monkton Farleigh, Bishop's Cannings, Fisherton Anger and Whiteparish.

[no title]  D/1/34/15  c.1780

Contents:
Two papers about the right to appoint a gamekeeper for the manor of Damerham and Martin, Hants., formerly Wiltshire.

[no title]  D/1/34/16  1806,1861

Contents:
Survey of Bishopstone, with plan distinguishing demesne and leasehold lands, and correspondence, 1861. Copy lease of the manor 1845 and summary valuation, 1806.

[no title]  D/1/34/17  1864-1865

Contents:
Summary valuation of the West Lavington estate with plan and correspondence.

[no title]  D/1/34/18  1823-1898

Contents:
Bundle of documents about the Salisbury Town mill, and its sale to the Electric Light Company.

[no title]  D/1/34/19  c.1830

Contents:
Accounts of leases for lives and for years on the bishop's property.

[no title]  D/1/34/20  1831-1834

Contents:
Two letters about renewing William Beckford's and the Duke of Hamilton's lease of the manor of Milford, and two lists of poor people renting cottage gardens allotted to them by the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/34/21  c.1842

Contents:
List of deeds, 1833-1842, of various properties in the diocese.

[no title]  D/1/34/22  1852-1855

Contents:
Agreement with the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, concerning the property of the see with schedules and correspondence.

[no title]  D/1/34/23  1854-1860

Contents:
Receivers' and other accounts with the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/34/24A  1749-1755


Related information: [See CC Bishopric 477 for 1756-1782]

Contents:
Detailed annual accounts for the bishopric of Salisbury. 1 vol.

[no title]  D/1/34/24B  1855-1860

1 vol.

Contents:
Accounts of rents.

[no title]  D/1/34/25  1857

Contents:
Agreement to sell the reversionary interest in the bishop's estate in the manor of Potterne. Includes a plan.

[no title]  D/1/34/26  1859

Contents:
Agreement for sale of lifehold property in the manors of Milford, Woodford and Underditch and elsewhere in Wiltshire.

[no title]  D/1/34/27  1858

Contents:
Agreement to sell the manor and hundred of Bishop's Cannings.

[no title]  D/1/34/28  1860

Contents:
Agreement for sale of Great Bugmore meadows, Little Bugmore meadows and Kimbers garden in Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/34/29  1861

Contents:
Trust deed for the estate of St. Nicholas' Hospital in Harnham.

[no title]  D/1/34/30  1861-1864

Contents:
Contracts and specifications, for a barn and cottages at Upper Woodford, Woodford bridge and Bishopsdown farm, Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/31  1862-1866

Contents:
Three architect's plans, specification and other papers relating to a farm and other property in Woodford.

[no title]  D/1/34/32  1867-1869, 1873

Contents:
Detailed schedules of the bishopric estates intended to be handed over to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and retained as an endowment with lists of deeds and documents handed over in 1869 and 1873 and reports on property in Monkton Farleigh.

[no title]  D/1/34/33  1867

Contents:
Agreement to rent a stone quarry at Monkton Farleigh.

[no title]  D/1/34/34  1868

Contents:
Specifications and plans, of two new bridges at Bishopsdown farm in Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/35  1868

Contents:
Papers relating to fencing at Stratford Butts, Stratford sub Castle.

[no title]  D/1/34/36  1868

Contents:
Lease of land called Coldharbour in the grounds of the bishop's palace in Salisbury.

[no title]  D/1/34/37  1881

Contents:
O.S. 25" 1st edn. map with Bishopsdown farm, Milford, coloured in.

[no title]  D/1/34/38  1882

Contents:
Plan and report about the proposed drainage of Stratford-sub-Castle marshes.

[no title]  D/1/34/39  1539-17th cent

Contents:
Survey of lands at Barford, in the manor of Downton, 1539; with other records of the manor of Downton, 16th and first half of 17th centuries. The bishop of Winchester was lord of the manor. Many of the lands concerned were in the tenure of the Matthew and Stockman families.

[no title]  D/1/34/40  1693

Contents:
Rental of Walcot, Bath, Somerset, for half a year.

[no title]  D/1/34/41  1641-1642

Contents:
Accounts of rents received on the bishop's manors - (totals only) with estate accounts.

[no title]  D/1/34/42  1859-1860

Contents:
Abstracts of title and draft agreements relating to the sale of the manors of Milford, Woodford and Underditch by the Duke of Hamilton to the bishop.

[no title]  D/1/34/43  1858-1861

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the sale in D/1/34/42 with maps of the manor of Milford distinguishing copy and leasehold estates and estates in hand.

[no title]  D/1/34/44  1860

Contents:
Rental of the manors of Milford and Woodford.

[no title]  D/1/34/45  1861-1865

Contents:
Draft deeds and case relating to the enfranchisement of Everett's estate, Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/46  1861-1863

Contents:
Papers relating to the boundaries of the manor of Woodford with map.

[no title]  D/1/34/47  1851-1857

Contents:
Various papers on estate matters, principally relating to Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/48  1860-1872

Contents:
Draft court book of the manors of Milford and Woodford with one entry for the manor of Underditch, 1860.

[no title]  D/1/34/49  1864-1866

Contents:
Contracts with plans relating to the building of cottages at Milford farm, Waterloo, Milford and Lower Woodford.

[no title]  D/1/34/50  1866-1869

Contents:
Draft leases and agreements for properties mainly in Milford.

[no title]  D/1/34/51  1856-1872

Contents:
Court books for the manors of Potterne and Marston Maisey, with subsidiary papers.

[no title]  D/1/34/52  1850-1861

Contents:
Draft deeds and papers relating to the sale of property in Potterne to Henry Oliver.

[no title]  D/1/34/53  1853-1861

Contents:
Draft deeds relating to the enfranchising of estates in Potterne.

[no title]  D/1/34/54  1854-1874

Contents:
Correspondence and papers on estates in Potterne and Marston Maisey.

[no title]  D/1/34/55  1861-1868

Contents:
Draft deeds of the manor of Salterton and Newtown in Durnford sold by John Davis to the bishop 1866, with estate papers including contracts for building work 1861, 1868 and map c.1865.

[no title]  D/1/34/56  1790-1881

Contents:
Papers relating to various estates including a summary account for the bishop's manors 1834-1835 and a list of copyhold admissions granted in the manor of Chardstock 1858-1868. Power of attorney to Francis Atwood to act for the bishop over the enclosure of land in Chardstock, Devon, formerly Dorset, 1854.

[no title]  D/1/34/57  1853-1887

Contents:
Accounts of chief rents received on properties in Salisbury to 1867 with correspondence to 1887.

[no title]  D/1/34/58  (Mid 19th cent.)

Contents:
Survey of estates in West Lavington, Littleton and Liddington, with map reference numbers.

[no title]  D/1/34/59  1848-1869

Contents:
Papers concerning the title to copyhold estates to be enfranchised in the manor of Blewbury, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/34/60  1861

Contents:
Agreement to sell the manor of Damerham by the bishop to Eyre Coote on the expiry of the lease between both parties with schedules of properties.

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Letters concerning registry or court business.  [no ref. or date]

Seventeenth century letters as follows  D/1/35/1  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/1/35/1/1A  3 Dec. 1609

Contents:
Letter from Paul Godwin, vicar of Netherbury, to the bishop's chancellor, Dr. Wilkinson, about court business.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/1B  15 Feb. 1612

Contents:
John Handcocke of Halstock, Dorset, about restoring Agnes Russel, widow, 'into her former estates... and sacraments'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/2  26 Oct. 1612

Contents:
Augustus Bawes of Paternoster Row, London, to Thomas Shuter, one of the proctors in Salisbury, about legal cases.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/3  11 June 1612

Contents:
Juell Longe to Dr. Wilkinson, asking his good offices for Elizabeth Paunter and James Reade, n.d. With an unrelated act of court, 1612.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/4  31 Jan. 1614

Contents:
Thomas and Lucy Shuter to Mistress Elizabeth Burrowes 'att her house in St. Thomas the Apostle's at the Signe of the Apostle', asking her to let Mr. & Mrs. Lowe in the Middle Temple, London, have linen, etc., which they might need.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/5A  30 Dec. 1614

Contents:
Thomas Venner of Letcombe Regis, Berks., to Thomas Shuter of Salisbury, about tithes at East Challow, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/5B  29 Nov. 1615

Contents:
Dean Gordon and other canons to the bishop-elect about disputes between the vicars choral and the lay vicars.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/6  7 April 1616

Contents:
William Chafyn to 'Mr. John Shutter att his house in the Close', certifying an agreement made between two disputants over tithes.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/7  12 Dec. 1616

Contents:
Michael Tydcombe to Thomas Shuter of Salisbury, about the cause of the churchwardens of Etchilhampton against the parson of All Cannings. Below this, a citation of the rector is entered; and below that part of a citation relating to Stratford Tony.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/8  10 May 1617

Contents:
Petition from several parishioners of Tidworth to Mr. Hungerford of Salisbury, concerning the release of a poor woman from excommunication.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/9  13 Sept. 1618

Contents:
Thomas Suttell to Thomas Shuter of the Close, Salisbury, concerning a case of debt.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/10  19 Dec. 1621

Contents:
Margaret Sanders of Southampton, to her tenant Richard Hill at Bruton, Soms., about a subpoena to appear in Chancery. With a short letter underneath from George Strowde to Richard Hill.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/11  17 June 1623

Contents:
Basil Wood of Doctors Commons, London, to Thomas Shuter of the Close, Salisbury, about a legacy.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/12  11 Jan. 1624

Contents:
Arthur Gregory of Lyme, Dorset, to William Hutchins, registrar of Salisbury, asking him to do what he can for the bearer. At the top is a letter from Richard Wright to Hutchins, also asking him to do what he can to help someone in a cause.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/13  22 March 1624

Contents:
Henry Shuter of Chippenham to his brother Thomas Shuter of Salisbury, about business arrangements.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/14  13 Dec. 1624

Contents:
Thomas Eddy to Mr. Shuter, proctor of the ecclesiastical court at Salisbury. Discussion of points of law.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/15  1624

Contents:
William Shuter of Lavington, to Thomas Shuter of Salisbury. Concerns private business of their brother Henry.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/16  1 Oct. 1627

Contents:
Thomas Blanchard to the chancellor, about sending a curate to him for a licence.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/17  23 April 1629

Contents:
Thomas Allis of Poole (?Poole Keynes, formerly Wilts., now Glos.) to Mr. Shuter, about the suit of Richard Allis.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/18  28 June 1632

Contents:
James Hill of Salisbury, about the vicarage of Latton and the rectory of Liddington.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/19  18 June 1633

Contents:
William Tilladam of Edington to James Hill near Salisbury. Concerns Henry Gunston, who had incurred Hill's displeasure.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/20  3 May 1633

Contents:
Robert Feltham to James Hill 'at the visitation at Knoyle'. Concerns ploughing on St. Mark's Day, for which Feltham, with others, was to be presented.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/21  10 June 1633

Contents:
Hugh Hinde of Chitterne to James Hill of Salisbury, about Jordan Shepheard, a woman who had been excommunicated.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/22  14 June 1633

Contents:
Alan Bishop of Marlborough to Thomas Shuter of Salisbury, about a bill of costs.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/23  14 March 1635

Contents:
Henry Knalston(?) of Charlton to James Hill, 'at his father Mr. Randell's house in Fisherton'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/24A  13 March 1635

Contents:
Richard Broadhead of Imber to Mr. Tucheans, about the case of a widow with four children.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/24B  21 July 1635

Contents:
Thomas Ferebie to Mr. Shuter the chapter clerk, asking for a marriage licence.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/25  5 Dec. 1635

Contents:
Henry Hussey of East Knoyle to Doctor Lynn, the chancellor. Henry Bowles asks not to be excused from attending court, owing to lack of a horse.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/26  30 June 1636

Contents:
Gabriel Lyon to James Hill of Salisbury, about a commission which Hill had evidently asked Lyon to send him.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/27  9 July 1637

Contents:
Peter Langton of Oxford about a dispute over an advowson.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/28  5 Oct. 1638

Contents:
Thomas King of 'Whetston', to Giles Hutchins of Salisbury. Urgent appeal for two seals, the deputations with the briefs, the money, and the names of churchwardens.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/28A  1638

Contents:
Letter from Leo. Harnell, Marlborough about a defamation case.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/29  16 Nov. 1638

Contents:
Christopher Younge of Odstock. Concerns a deed of gift sent by Younge, the bearer being a poor widow in whose interest the letter is written.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/30  1 Dec. 1638

Contents:
Alexander Deyer of London, about various wills.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/31  21 Sept. 1643

Contents:
Ralph Fanstone of Downton. He asks for a marriage licence for himself and Margaret Abbott, to be dated 7 March 1640, and says 'pray be private in this thinge, not reavylinge it'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/32  28 Sept. 1644

Contents:
Edward Thornburgh of Salisbury to 'his honored kinswoman mistress Elizabeth Riley'. Copy of fees and request for a certificate, in connection with an administration.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/33  1 Feb. 1645

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton to Mr. Hill at Mr. Randoll's house in Fisherton. Request for commissions for probates, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/34  10 March 1645

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton to Mr. Hill of Fisherton. Request for letters of administration, with a note that it was sent.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/35  22 March 1645

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton, to Mr. Hill of Fisherton, about the administration of the will of John Earle.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/36  25 Dec. 1645

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton to James Hill of Fisherton. Covering letter for wills, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/37  30 Dec. 1645

Contents:
M. Wallys of Westbury to James Hill of Fisherton, requesting a commission for probate.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/38  April 1645

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton, to Mr. Hill of Fisherton. About probate matters.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/39  21 Sept. 1645

Contents:
G. Lyon to Mr. Hill: a receipt for 38s.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/40  3 Nov. 1645

Contents:
Michael Wild of Urchfont to Mr. Hill, to certify him of his charges.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/41  17 March 1646

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton to James Hill of Fisherton. Requests for commissions for probate, letters of administration, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/42  30 June 1646

Contents:
Robert Beach of West Ashton, to James Hill of Fisherton 'and in his absence to Mr. Shuter in the Close'. Request for commissions for probate.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/43  20 Sept. 1646

Contents:
Matthias Wallys of Westbury, to Mr. James Hill at 'Fisherton nere the Church'. Request for an administration.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/44  10 Nov. 1646

Contents:
Richard Waker to Mr. James Hill of Fisherton Anger, about wills, commissions, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/45  14 March 1647

Contents:
Thomas Betley of Compton Chamberlayne to James Hill 'at Thomas Randalls howse in Fisherton', concerning surrogates, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/46  1 July 1647

Contents:
John Gun of Warminster to James Hill of Fisherton Anger, about a legal cause.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/47  12 Nov. 1647

Contents:
Henry Kinninmond of Edington to Mr. Hill, about the will of one of Lady Beauchamp's servants.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/48  3 Jan. 1655

Contents:
Nathaniel Shuter of Stert, about his brother Henry's will.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/49  25 Oct. 1655

Contents:
John Rocke to Thomas Shuter of Salisbury, enquiring about instructions supposed to have been sent.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/50  21 April 1656

Contents:
Giles Thornburgh of Orcheston St. Mary, to Thomas Shuter of the Close, Salisbury, about proving the will of widow Harding's husband.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/51  9 Oct. 165-

Contents:
W. Holt to Mr. Thomas Shuter of the Close, Salisbury, about private and family business.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/51A  1666

Contents:
Badly damaged letter to Francis Roberts, prob. about Mathew Nichols, late vicar of Marlborough St Mary. Not to be produces until repaired.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/52  8 Dec. 1675

Contents:
Stephen Barly of Aldbourne to William Waterman at the Rose & Crown, Salisbury. Concerns a commission, and also money sent, including 2s. 'for Mr. St. Barbe & you to drinke a bottle of wine together'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/53  28 Dec. 1675

Contents:
Hugh Hillman of Devizes, about commissions, money, and other legal forms and documents.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/54  20 Jan. 1676

Contents:
Hugh Hillman of Devizes, to (Mr. Francis St. Barbe) near St. Ann's gate, the Close, Salisbury. Concerns a Calne will.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/55  2 March 1676

Contents:
John Wild of Marlborough to Mr. Francis St. Barbe, proctor in Salisbury. Originally a decree was enclosed.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/56  27 March 1676

Contents:
Rolf Baylye to Mr. Francis St. Barbe of Salisbury, on court business concerning a minor.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/57  30 March 1676

Contents:
Hugh Hillman to Mr. Francis St. Barbe of the Close, Salisbury, about court business.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/58  2 April 1676

Contents:
Robert Martin, junior, Devizes, to Mr. Francis St.Barbe near St. Ann's gate, The Close, Salisbury, about legal documents, visitation, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/59  12 May 1676

Contents:
Thomas Lewis of Bradford, to Mr. St. Barbe of Salisbury, sending him a commission and a bond.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/60  31 Aug. 1680

Contents:
John Head of Peasemore, Berks., to Mr. Clement, explaining why he did not attend a visitation.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/61  20 May 1682

Contents:
Richard Bowman of Potterne, asking his correspondent to beg his pardon from the archdeacon for his forced absence.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/62  11 Sept. 1683

Contents:
William Levett with the churchwardens and clerk of the parish of Preshute, to the Bishop, asking for a seat to be assigned him in the church.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/63  10 Jan. 16--

Contents:
Nicholas Stranguidg (sic), Potterne, to 'Mr. Shuter at his howse in Sarum'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/64  18 Feb. 16--

Contents:
John Barneston of Everleigh to Thomas Shuter, asking to be certified of the Chancery business, etc.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/65  17th cent

Contents:
Wrapping for a letter, addressed to 'Mr. Thomas Shuter one of the procters at Sarum'.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/66  17th cent

Contents:
Letter about a seat for Mr. Richard Cooper in the parish church of Newbury, Berks.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/67  8 Dec. 16--

Contents:
Richard Waker to Mr. James Hill at his house in Fisherton Anger. Request for the widow Brown's commission.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/68  17th cent

Contents:
Thomas Blackbrace to Mr. Gantlet(?) asking for a commission for marriage.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/69  17th cent

Contents:
J. Tidcombe to Mr. Gauntlett. Concerns a dedimus potestatem for Henry White of Shaw in Melksham after the death of his father.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/70  6 Oct. 16--

Contents:
Henry Kinninmond of Edington, to James Hill at his house in Fisherton Anger, saying that some business had been done according to his instructions.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/71  10 March (1634)

Contents:
Christopher Williams of East Knoyle, to Mr. Hill. Concerns Williams's wife who was presented at the Archbishop's visitation for teaching without licence.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/72  17th cent

Contents:
William Alford to his cousins asking for a copy of an administration.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/73  17th cent

Contents:
Resignation by William Beckwith, perpetual vicar of Netheravon.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/74  3 July 16--

Contents:
William Gore of Broughton Gifford, to Mr. Hutchens, sequestrator at Salisbury, about the account passed at the visitation at Lavington.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/75  29 Dec. 16--

Contents:
Walter Clarke of Broad Chalke to Mr. Hill, about an excommunication.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/76  13 April 16--

Contents:
William Shuter, to his brother Thomas Shuter at Salisbury, apparently about private business.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/77  17 Nov. 16--

Contents:
Richard Grafton of Sherborne to Mr. Busfield of Yetminster about an excommunication.

[no title]  D/1/35/1/78-80  n.d., 1698

Contents:
Three letters from Cornelius Yate, archdeacon of Wiltshire, to Theophilous Dyer, registrar, about archdeaconry business.

[no title]  D/1/35/2  1735-1790

Contents:
Letters incl. Samuel Rolleston to the bishop concerning the enquiry into the management of St John's hospital, Wilton, 1735. Francis Spackman about the prosecution of John May, a Quaker of Thatcham, 1737. George Berkeley about the right of nomination to the chapel of Cookham, Berks, 1774. George Horne about the poor state of Dinton vicarage house, 1780. Edward Spencer about improvements to Wingfield parsonage house, 1781. Henry Bright, vicar of Denchworth, Berk., to the bishop answering questions about the profits accruing to him from his vicarage, 1789. Copy of part of the will of Rev J G Warner, rector of Milton, concerning the disposal of the advowson of Milton, Berks., 1790

[no title]  D/1/35/3  1748-1786

Contents:
Letters to Joseph Elderton, registrar, on ecclesiastical and personal business. Several mention small-pox in Salisbury, 1771. One from Rev. R. Pitcairn about his financial problems, 1774 (c.350 items)

[no title]  D/1/35/4  1761-1826

Contents:
About 80 letters, mainly to the chapter clerk, (ie registrar to the dean), Mr W Boucher. Many concern the enclosure of Ruscombe, Berks., 1826.

[no title]  D/1/35/5  1694-1810

Contents:
About 250 letters, mostly from surrogates to the registrar, mainly late 18th century.

[no title]  D/1/35/6  1844-1864

Contents:
About 30 letters to the registrar, principally about the new church at Broad Hinton, 1844, and the appointment of E Hartson as a public notary in New Zealand, 1861-1864.

[no title]  D/1/35/7  1855-1860

Contents:
About 350 letters, mainly to Fitzherbert MacDonald, registrar. The letters are grouped together by parish.

[no title]  D/1/35/8  1863

Contents:
About 300 letters to the registrar.

[no title]  D/1/35/9  1873, 1879, 1899

Contents:
About 200 letters to the registrar.

[no title]  D/1/35/10  1785-1792

Contents:
46 letters and instructions, mostly about citations for defamation and probate business.

[no title]  D/1/35/11  1788-1804

Contents:
25 letters concerning court cases and other registry business, mainly sequestration for the dilapidation of the vicarage house at Lambourne, Berks., 1788-1795.

[no title]  D/1/35/12  1753-1755

Contents:
About 50 letters concerning a Chippenham pew case in the consistory court.

[no title]  D/1/35/13  1786

Contents:
Five letters about a water-course and hatch at Bugmore, Fisherton Anger, in dispute between the bishop and the city.

[no title]  D/1/35/14  1787-1788

Contents:
14 letters and other papers concerning a dispute over church rates at Wanborough.

[no title]  D/1/35/15  1788-1790

Contents:
Seven letters concerning Farley church and a dispute between lords Ilchester and Radnor.

[no title]  D/1/35/16  1790

Contents:
Eight letters, marriage licence and other papers about an illegal marriage performed at Aldbourne, between Joseph Hillary or Hillier of Salisbury and Betty Allsopp of Aldbourne. The marriage licence was not signed, and the bride's parish seems to have been uncertain.

[no title]  D/1/35/17  1836-1924

Contents:
About 90 letters, drafts and miscellaneous printed papers, mainly on diocesan business and jurisdictions, including the jurisdiction of the bishop of Oxford over the archdeaconry of Berkshire, 1837-1838, and Keevil school, 1924.

[no title]  D/1/35/18  1855-1858

Contents:
Correspondence concerning a pew dispute at Devizes St John church involving the Simkins family 1855 with two papers about Visitation business 1856, 1858.

[no title]  D/1/35/19  1889-1901

Contents:
Letters to the register notifying him of person inducted into benefices in the archdeaconry of Wilts.

Miscellaneous Documents, Orders in Council and Secretary's Act Books and Seals  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/36/1/1  17th cent.-1793

Contents:
About 50 letters and draft papers, mostly late 18th century. They include letters dimissory, subscriptions and papers concerning a proposed gallery in St Giles church, Reading, Berks., 1783-1784.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/2  17th-early 19th cents

Contents:
About 100 copies and extracts of documents, probably used as forms and precedents, and mostly taken from bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/3  17th-18th cents

Contents:
About 60 drafts, forms and original documents used as precedents. Includes a midwife's oath - Elizabeth Wayte, Westport St Mary, 1683; and nominations of schoolmasters - Samuel Wereat, Westbury, 1702; and Samuel Viney, Wilton, c.1726. Also includes a bundle of 13 documents taken from probate records, but labelled non-testamentary, all mid 17th century.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/4  17th-early 19th cents

Contents:
About 90 drafts, forms and extracts perhaps used as precedents, including papers concerning court cases, probate, faculties and visitation, and a petition against a papist rebellion, 1722.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/5  1697-early 19th cent

Contents:
About 55 miscellaneous bishops' papers and drafts concerning bishops' estates, incumbents, and visitation, mostly early 19th century.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/6  18th cent

Contents:
About 45 miscellaneous papers and drafts concerning incumbents, visitation and probate, including a list of clergymen not to be employed because of "methodistical tendencies" or "pretence of ordination", mid-late 18th century.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/7  17th-18th cents

Contents:
Four paper volumes with excerpts from and forms for documents, extracts from the Registrum Rubrum and notes on tithes; also four loose papers including the form of oath of the bishop at his installation.

[no title]  D/1/36/1/8  17th cent.-1828

Contents:
About 70 copy and draft documents. Many are extracts from charters, deeds and bishops' registers.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/1  17th cent

Contents:
Petition by John Long to the dean and chapter of Bristol, for permission to make improvements to the chancel of the parish church at Bradford, and to sell the old lead.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/2  1828

Contents:
Catalogue of books left in the vicarage house at Steeple Ashton: registry copy.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/3  17th cent

Contents:
A small group of papers selected by the antiquary C. R. Everett, including articles for the metropolitical visitation, 1634, and episcopal visitation 1631, and an agreement about seating in Wylye church, 1664.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/4  1668-1671

Contents:
Draft register of institutions to benefices.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/5  1862-1873

Contents:
Office diary of work completed and in progress.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/6  19th cent

Contents:
Two notebooks with lists of dignitaries, parishes, and other useful office information.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/7  1638-1818

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers including certificate from the minister and churchwardens of Wilton concerning the newly built chancel, 1731; letter from the incumbent of Pewsey to the bishop pleading the case of an excommunicated parishioner, with draft reply, from the chancellor of the diocese, 1781; a highly critical report about the religious and moral state of Aldermaston, Berks., 1787, with a copy of an agreement concerning the maintenance of Mr. Dixon's almshouses, 1706; power of attorney to surrender copyhold premises in Britford, 1799; prospectus of a charity for distressed Berkshire clergymen and their dependants, 1810; letters and reports about the rebuilding of the church of Hungerford, Berks., 1814; appointment of a gamekeeper to the bishop's manor of Langley Wood in Whiteparish, 1818; proposal for a gaol in Salisbury, mid 18th cent.; forms for the installment of the bishop and dean, 18th cent.; note on the plumbing (or lack of it) in the Cathedral, 18th cent.; papers relating to Preshute rectory and its appropriation to the dean as master of choristers, 1693-1694; a note on the history of the choristers' school; vouchers for work on the chancel of Preshute church, 1693-1694; copy of order ending the custom of the eating of bread and cheese in the church at Boxford, Berks., on Easter day after evening prayer, 1638; and copy bill in an Exchequer case about the tithes of Powerstock, Dorset, 1818.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/8  18th cent., 1789

Contents:
Confirmation totals from various deaneries, and livings augmented and "desperate tenths"; notes of progress on matters raised at visitations in the deaneries of Wylye and Wilton, 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/9  c.1740

Contents:
Copy of a royal grant re-establishing the endowment of the free chapel at Hindon in 1558, with a case concerning the bishop's right to visit the chapel, c.1740.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/10  1740-1786

Contents:
Papers relating to the jurisdiction of the archdeacon of Berkshire, with proposals for agreement between the archdeacon and the chancellor of the diocese, 1740, and the question of the bishop's right of inhibition, 1786. With copies of a composition concerning all the archdeaconries within the diocese, 1442, with accounts of pensions due to the bishops, mid 18th cent.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/11  c.1760, 1764

Contents:
List of benefices in the diocese, with patrons, dedications and values, compiled by Browne Willis post 1754. Note of the establishment of the diocesan Society for Distressed Clergy with list of stewards and rules, 1764.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/12  1786-1792

Contents:
Papers relating to matters of clergy discipline: a dispute between Benjamin Richardson, curate of Bradford on Avon, and Francis Hill which led to a duel being called, 1786; Richard Strange, vicar of Little Somerford, 1790; the behaviour of John Williams, curate of West Lavington and Market Lavington, 1792; the behaviour of Thomas Cripps, curate of Corsley, 1792; and papers relating to the curacies of Rowde and Damerham, (formerly Wilts., now Hants.), 1792.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/13  1742-1786

Contents:
Various papers: draft articles in a case against George and William Dyer of Corton in Boyton about singing psalms during the sermon preached in Boyton church, 1742; papers relating to a dispute between the bishop and the dean and chapter of Christ Church, Oxford, about the right of presentation to the curacy of Maiden Bradley, 1750; detailed letter about the arrangements for serving Edington, Coulston, Erlestoke and Great and Little Cheverell by the Revd. Mr. Stonehouse and Mr. Roots, 1786, with a scheme for services and a detailed account of Mr. Roots's work in Erlestoke.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/14  Mid. 18th cent

Contents:
List of benefices, prebends and dignitaries stating patron, proprietor, value of tenths and value in the King's book, indicating livings "in charge" and "discharged". Schedule of the profits of the bishopric interleaved.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/15  Early 19th cent

Contents:
List of parishes, peculiars and archdeaconries, with forms of oaths and other precedents.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/16  1821-1847

26 items

Contents:
Miscellaneous draft letters and printed notices

[no title]  D/1/36/2/17  1845-1885

Contents:
Papers principally about the augmentation of Netheravon vicarage by the allocation of certain tithe rent charges under the tithe apportionment for the parish, 1864. Copy of the schedule from the Netheravon enclosure award, 1 790, with owners in 1862 added.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/18  1873

Contents:
Correspondence to the dean and chapter of Salisbury, recommending candidates for the incumbency of Seend.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/19  [1639]

Contents:
Copy of the allocation of pews in Rodbourne Cheney church.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/20  1701-1706

Contents:
Lists of copies of parish registers received at the registry (Berkshire, 1701-1706, Wiltshire, 1702-1704; few returns for Wiltshire).

[no title]  D/1/36/2/21  1787

Contents:
Survey and valuation of the glebe and tithes of Berwick St James.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/22  1830

Contents:
Tithe accounts of Chute.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/23  1855-1878

Contents:
Correspondence and papers relating to the creation of the district chapelry of Weymouth St John, Dorset, in 1856, with replies to queries about the new district, and correspondence about its creation as a separate parish, 1873-1878.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/24  1860

Contents:
Draft scheme for separating Ugford from South Newton and annexing it to Burcombe, with correspondence.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/25  1863-1898

Contents:
Papers relating to the sale of the advowson and great tithes of Rowde in 1898, with copy deeds 1863 and 1898, correspondence and papers.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/26  1880

Contents:
Commission to enquire into whether the ecclesiastical duties of the benefice of Sydling St Nicholas, Dorset, were being performed adequately.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/27  1907

Contents:
Correspondence about the burial of cremated remains in Landford church.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/28  1912

Contents:
Correspondence concerning a proposal to exchange land to provide an additional churchyard for Blackland church.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/29  1926

Contents:
Trust deeds of the Bishop's fund for the improvement of parsonage houses.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/30  1932-1933

Contents:
Papers relating to the appropriation of the disused church of Kingston, Dorset, for secular uses.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/31  1877-1929

Contents:
Papers relating to the licensing of a chaplain for the Community of St Denys, Warminster, 1928-1929, with copy trust deed, 1927, licence, 1877, and printed constitution of the Community, 1919. (See catalogue 2969 for the main collection of records of the Community of St Denys)

[no title]  D/1/36/2/32  1891-1900

Contents:
Papers relating to the registrar's fees including printed papers concerning a national dispute, 1892, and a return of fees, 1900.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/33  18th-20th cents

Contents:
Various printed forms and instructions.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/34  1854

Contents:
Queries concerning the proposed assignment of an ecclesiastical district to the chapel of Wool, Dorset.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/35  1963

Contents:
Letters patent confirming the appointment of Joseph Fison as bishop and same to the escheator to restore the temporalities of the bishopric to him.

[no title]  D/1/36/2/36  1869

Contents:
Appointment by the archbishop of Canterbury of an official to exercise episcopal jurisdiction during the vacancy of the bishopric.

Seals  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/36/3/1  1885-1973

Contents:
Seal matrices: bishops Wordsworth 1885, Lovett 1936, Lunt 1946, Anderson 1949, Fison 1963 and Reindorp 1973.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/2  1911

Contents:
Seal matrix of bishop Ridgeway.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/3  15th cent.-20th cent

Contents:
Various seal matrices, as follows:
Dean of Salisbury, late medieval; archdeacon of Wiltshire, 1682, with an impression; archdeacon of Salisbury 1710; chancellor of the diocese Charles Gould 1772, and 1799 (now known as Sir Charles Morgan); Alan C. B. Webb 1908. Also various name and seal blocks of the bishop, late 19th or early 20th cent.; a reader's badge and ribbon, 20th cent; and an unidentified badge and ribbon, 20th cent.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/4  20th cent

Contents:
Seal blocks of bishop Lovett and seal stamps of the rural deans of Shaftesbury and Newbury.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/5  1916

Contents:
Seal stamp of the archdeacon of Sherborne.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/6  1887, Mid 19th cent

Contents:
Letter about casts of the bishops' seals, 1887, and notes about the "proper custody" of the muniments of the bishop's see, n.d., mid 19th cent.

[no title]  D/1/36/3/7  19th cent

Contents:
Seal stamp of the rural dean of Wylye.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
Original documents bound into volumes at the diocesan registry. They cover various matters including the augmentation and union of benefices, income and property of the prebends and the cathedral, exchanges of patronages and the creation of new ecclesiastical districts. Appended to the latter category are plans.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/1  1833-1844

Contents:
1. Scale of pewrents, Christchurch, Warminster 1833.
2. New district of Denford in Kintbury, Berks., 1833 (no plan).
3. Boundaries of the district of The Grove, Wantage, Berks., with plan of whole parish 1835.
4. Transfer of archdeaconry of Berks. from diocese of Salisbury to that of Oxford and archdeaconry of Dorset from diocese of Bristol to that of Salisbury 1836.
5. Boundaries of St Mary's Chapel, Longfleet in the parish of Great Canford, Dorset with plan 1837.
6. Transfer of deaneries of Cricklade and Malmesbury to diocese of Bristol and deanery of Potterne from archdeaconry of Wiltshire to archdeaconry of Sarum 1837.
7. Boundaries of the district of Christchurch, Warminster with plan and description 1838.
8. Boundaries of the district of Trinity and Chapelry of Staverton, both in Trowbridge, with plan and description 1839.
9. Boundaries of the newly consolidated district of All Saints, in Chardstock, Dorset and Axminster, Devon with plan 1840.
10. Boundaries of new district of St Mary's, Redlynch in Downton with plan 1841.
11. Description of consolidated chapelry district of Christ Church, Derry Hill consisting of parts of the parishes of Calne, Bremhill, Bishops Cannings, Pewsham, Bowood, Chippenham and Corsham with plan 1841.
12. Order for writing prebend of Norton Newton with vicarage of Norton Newton and chapelry of West Knoyle (no plan) 1841.
13. Order for augmenting the benefices of Christchurch, Warminster and Southbroom 1841.
14. Order for augmenting the benefices of Chardstock, Dorset, Berry Hill, Calne and Wilsford and Woodford 1842.
15. Order for separation of vicarage of Calne and Cherhill with brief descriptions and tithe valuations (no plan) 1842.
16. Order for augmenting the benefices of Alderbury and Westbury 1842.
17. New district of Shaw in Melksham, short description with plan 1842 and 1843.
18. Order for the augmentation of the archdeaconry of Sarum 1842.
19. New district of Christchurch at Leigh and Woolley in Bradford with boundaries and plan 1843.
20. Order for augmentation of income of the benefice of Trowbridge 1843.
21. Order for the augmentation of the archdeaconry of Wilts 1843
22. Order for augmentation of the beneficies of Christchurch, Bradford and Holy Trinity, Trowbridge 1843.
23. Order for augmentation of the beneficies of Marlborough St. Peter, Durrington, Halstock, Dorset, Staverton in Trowbridge, Cherhill, Ebbesbourne Wake, Swallowcliffe, Alderbury, Alton Pancras and Chardstock in Dorset and Shaw & Whitley 1844.
24. Boundaries of new district of St. Nicholas, East Grafton in Great Bedwyn with plan 1844.
25. Order for separation of Berwick Bassett from Calne with brief description and valuations (no plan) 1844.
26. New district of Wool from Coombe Keynes, Dorset boundaries with plan 1844.
27. New district of Martin from South Damerham, boundaries with plan 1844.
28. Order of separation of Handley and Gussage St. Andrew From Iwerne Minister, Dorset with brief description and valuation (no plan) 1844.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/2  1845-1848

Contents:
1. New districts of Bratton and Dilton Marsh in Westbury, boundaries with plan 1845.
2. Order for augmenting the beneficies of Winterborne Dauntsey, Cherhill (in Calne), Southbroom (in Bishop's Cannings) and Holy Trinity Trowbridge 1845.
3. Order for separation of Holt, Atworth, South Wraxall and Limpley Stoke from Bradford with brief descriptions and valuations (no plan) 1846.
4. Order for the consolidation of parts of Bishops Cannings and Bromham into new district of Chittoe. Boundaries with plan 1846.
5. Confirmation of previous augmentation of the Archdeaconries of Wilts and Sarum 1846.
6. New district of Broad Town from parts of Broad Hinton and Cliffe Pypard description with plan 1846.
7. Order for augmentation of benefice of Alton Pancras, Dorset 1846.
8. Order that Hungerford, Berks be in diocese of Oxford and Chilton Folliatt in diocese of Salisbury 1846.
9. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Warminster with 1829 schedule of lesses 1846-1847.
10. Order for augmentation of revenue from Bishop of Salisbury to commissioners 1847.
11. New district of Christchurch, Melplash Dorset out of parts of Netherberry and Powerstock, boundaries with plan 1847.
12. New district of West Ashton with plan 1847.
13. Order for augmentation of benefice of Melplash and Chardstock in Dorset 1847.
14. New district of Christchurch, in Fordington Dorset, boundaries with plan 1847.
15. New district of St. George, Bowton in Gillingham, Dorset, boundaries with plan 1834.
16. Order for augmentation of beneficies of Heytesbury and Knook 1848.
17. New district of St. Martin's, Zeals in Mere boundaries with plan 1848
18. Order for augmentation of benefice of Netheravon 1848.
19. Order for augmentation of benefice of Malplash, Dorset 1848.
20. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Grantham Borealis, Lincs. 1848.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/3  1849-1852

Contents:
1. Order for inviting benefices of Turnerspuddle and Affpudlle in Dorset (no plan) 1849
2. New district of Beanminster from Netherbury in Dorset description (no plan) 1849.
3. Order for augmentation of benefices of Broad Town (Broad Hinton) Chittoe (Bishop's Canning) Dilton's Marsh (Westbury) East Grafton (Great Bedwyn) and St. Martin, Zeals (Mere) 1849.
4. New district of Trinity, Heywood from Westbury boundaries with plan 1849.
5. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Warminster (no plan) 1849.
6. New district of Leigh from Yetminster in Dorset, description (no plan) 1849.
7. New district of Alderholt from Cramborne in Dorset, boundaries with plan 1849.
8. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Tytherington in Heytesbury 1849.
9. Order authorising sale of property belonging to Prebend of Hurstborne and Burbage 1850.
10. New district of Hilfield from Sydling in Dorset (no plan) 1850.
11. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Stratford sub Castle 1850.
12. Order of augmentation benefice of Warminster with schedule tithe map (no plan) 1850.
13. Order for augmentation of benefice of Alderholt, Dorset 1850.
14. New district of St. Andrew, Monkton Wyld out of Whitchurch Canonicorum and Uplyme, Dorset, boundary with plan 1850.
15. Order for augmentation of benefice of Chardstock, Dorset 1850.
16. Order authorising sale of property in the Deanery of Salisbury and Prebend of Tytherington in Heytesbury 1850.
17. Approval of the lease of quarries at Portland, Dorset 1850.
18. Order authorising sale of property in the Deanery of Salisbury 1851.
19. Order authorising sale of property in Prebend of Wilsford and Woodford 1851.
20. New district of All Saints, Charlton from Charlton and Witherington in Downton with plan 1851.
21. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Shipton under Wychwood, Oxon. 1851.
22. Order for augmentation to benefice of Yetminster, Dorset 1851.
23. Order for endowment to Deanery of Salisbury 1851.
24. Order regulating income of Bishops and Archbishops 1851.
25. Order relating to income of Bishop of Salisbury 1852.
26. New district of Christchurch, Road Hill from North Bradley, boundaries with plan 1852.
27. Transfer of patronage from Bishop of Winchester to Bishop of Oxford of Buttermere, Fonthill Bishop, Ham, East Knoyle, Stockton and Portland and Wyke Regis with Weymouth in Dorset and the transfer of patronage to Bishop of Gloucester of Christian Malford, Cricklade St. Mary, West Kington, Littleton Drew, Inglesham and Stratton St. Margaret and the transfer of patronage to Bishop of Salisbury of Fifehead Magdalene and Whitchurd Camonicorum in Dorset. 1852.
28. New district of Worton from Potterne boundaries with plan 1852.
29. Order for uniting benefices of Tarrant Rushton and Tarrant Rawston in Dorset (no plan) 1852.
30. Orders regulating First Fruits paid by Archbishops and Bishops 1852.
31. Order authorising sale of property in Stratford sub Castle 1852.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/4  1853-1859

Contents:
1. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Bitton, Gloucs. 1853.
2. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Grantham Australis, Lincs. 1853.
3. Order for augmentation of benefice of Berwick Bassett 1853.
4. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Calne 1853.
5. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Bitton, Gloucs. 1853.
6. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Swallowcliffe in Heytesbury 1853.
7. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend Grantham Borealis, Lincs. 1854
8. Order for money payment in exchange for property of the Subchanter of the Cathedral 1854.
9. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Grantham Australis, Lincs. 1854.
10. Order regulating income of Bishops and Archbishops 1854.
11. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Yetminster Prima and Scamda, Dorset 1854.
12. Order for augmentation of benefices of Durnford and Swindon New Town 1854.
13. Order for annexing portion of land to the residence of the Dean, in the Close, Salisbury, boundaries (no plan) 1854.
14. New district of Savernake from Preshute tithe map nos. boundaries with plan 1854.
15. Order for uniting benefices of Hilperton and Whaddon (no plan) 1854.
16. New district of Branksea (Brownsea) from Studland, Dorset with plan 1855.
17. New district of All Saints, East Harnham from Britford boundaries with plan 1855.
18. Order regulating the income of the Dean 1855.
19. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Teignton Regis, Devon 1855.
20. New district of St. John, Weymouth from parts of Radipole and Melcombe Regis in Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1856.
21. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Netheravon 1856.
22. Amendment to previous order relating to the Prebend of Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxon. 1856.
23. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend Beaminster Prima, Dorset 1857.
24. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Winterbourne Earls 1857.
25. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Chancellorship of Cathedral 1856.
26. Order for augmentation of benefice of Horningsham and of Prebend of Teignton Regis, Devon 1856.
27. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Ruscombe Southbury, Berks. 1857.
28. New districts of Lytchett Minster, Corfe Mullen and Hamworthy from Sturminster Marshall, Dorset with descriptions (no plan) 1858.
29. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Beaminster Prima, Dorset 1858.
30. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Coombe and Harnham with the Prebend of Ruscombe Southbury, Berks. 1858.
31. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Chute and Chisenbury.
32. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Highworth 1858.
33. Order for augmentation of benefice of Beaminster, Dorset 1858.
34. New district of Studley from Trowbridge. Boundaries with plan 1858.
35. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Beaminster Secunda, Dorset 1859.
36. Order for augmentation of benefice of Portland, Dorset 1859.
37. Order for augmentation of Figheldean with schedule tithe map and enclosure nos. (no plan) 1859.
38. Order for augmentation of benefice of Lyneham 1859.
39. Order for augmentation of benefice of Broad Town, Chittoe, Dilton Marsh, East Grafton and Alderholt in Dorset 1859.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/5  1860-1863

Contents:
1. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Archdeaconry of Wilts. 1860.
2. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Shipton under Wychwood, Oxon. 1860.
3. Order authorising a mortgage for improvement to the Bishop's residence 1860.
4. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Alton Australis, Dorset 1860.
5. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Alton Borealis, Dorset 1860.
6. Order authorising sale of property in Prebend of Gillingham, Dorset 1860.
7. New district of Ugford from South Newton with description (no plan) 1860.
8. Order authorising sale of property in Prebend of Netherbury.
9. New district of Alvediston from Broadchalke with description (no plan) 1861.
10. Order authorising sale of property in Prebend of Chardstock, Dorset 1861.
11. Order for augmentation of benefice of Stratford sub Castle 1861.
12. Order for augmentation of benefice of Netheravon with schedule 1861.
13. New district of St. Paul, Poole with map of Poole with street names and deed with schedule 1861.
14. Order for augmentation of benefices of Durnford, Studley and Leigh in Dorset 1861.
15. Order for augmentation of benefice of Beaminster, Dorset 1861.
16. Order for money payment in exchange for property belonging to Dean and Chapter.
17. Order for augmentation of benefice of Alton Pancras, Dorset and St. Thomas, Salisbury 1862.
18. Order for augmentation of the income of Archdeaconry of Dorset 1862.
19. Order authorising sale of property in Prebend of Slape, Dorset 1862.
20. Order for separation of Fifehead Neville and Bellchawell, Dorset (no plan) 1862.
21. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Dean and Chapter 1862.
22. Order for augmentation of benefices of Alvediston and Bratton 1862.
23. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Horningsham 1862.
24. Order for uniting benefices of Bellchawell and Ibberton, Dorset 1862.
25. Order authorising sale of property in Figheldean, with schedule (no plan) 1863.
26. Order for augmentation of benefice of Worton and Marston 1863.
27. Order for exchange of patronage between Norton, Co. Radnor and Winterbourne Gunner 1863.
28. Order for separation of West Lulworth from Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset (no plan) 1863.
29. Order for separation of East Orchard, St. Margaret Marsh and Hinton St. Mary from Iwerne Minster, Dorset (no plan) 1863.
30. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Yatesbury 1863.
31. Order for augmentation of benefices for Mere, Wilsford and Woodford-cum-Lake and Alton Pancras, Dorset (schedule with conveyance nos.) 1863.
32. Orders for augmentation of benefice of Bratton 1863.
33. Order for money payment in exchange for property in Prebend of Hill Deverill in Heytesbury 1863.
34. Order for augmentation of benefice of Hook, Dorset 1863.
35. Order for augmentation of benefice of Cherhill 1863.
36. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Precentorship of the Cathedral 1863.
37. Order for augmentation of benefices of Bratton and Dilton Marsh, and Chardstock and Bothenhampton in Dorset (both with schedules with tithe nos.) 1863.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/6  1864-1865

Contents:
1. New district of St. Katharine, Savernake Forest from parts of Great Bedwyn, Little Bedwyn and Burbage, plan with boundaries and tithe nos. 1864.
2. Order for augmentation of benefices of Stratford-sub-Castle, Minety (with schedule), Ebbesborne Wake, Horningsham, and Gussage All Saints, Dorset 1864.
3. Order for augmentation of benefice of Archdeaconry of Wilts. 1864.
4. Alteration of boundaries between Chittoe and Christ Church, Derry Hill with schedule and plan 1864.
5. Order for augmentation of benefices of Christ Church, Derry Hill and Zeals 1864.
6. Order for augmentation of benefice of Martin 1864.
7. Order for augmentation of benefice of Fisherton Anger and East Orchard cum St. Margaret Marsh, Dorset 1864.
8. Order for augmentation of benefice of Tarrant Monkton cum Tarrant Launceston 1864.
9. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Archdeaconry of Dorset 1864.
10. Order for augmentation of benefices of Durnford and Leigh and Yestminster in Dorset 1864.
11. Order for augmentation of benefices of Warminster and Beaminster in Dorset 1864.
12. Order for separation of Avebury from Winterborne Monkton - description (no plan) 1864.
13. Order for separation of Plaitford from West Grimstead (no plan) 1865.
14. Order for augmentation of benefice of Avebury 1865.
15. Order for augmentation of benefice of Netheravon (detailed schedule with tithe nos.) Warminster and Cherhill 1865.
16. Order for augmentation of benefice of Mere 1865.
17. Order for augmentation of benefice of Zeals 1865.
18. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Bedminster and Redcliffe, Somerset 1865.
19. Order for uniting benefices of Winterborne Monkton and Berwick Bassett 1865.
20. Order for augmentation of benefices of Alvediston and Monkton Wyld 1865.
21. Order for augmentation of benefices of Warminster and Yetminster with Chetnole 1865.
22. Order for augmentation of benefice of Zeals 1865.
23. Order for augmentation of benefice of Mere 1865.
24. Order for augmentation of benefice of Winterborne Monkton with Berwick Bassett 1865.
25. New district of St. Andrew, Kinson from Great Canford, Dorset, with plan 1865.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/7  1866-1876

Contents:
1. Order for augmentation of benefice of Durnford 1866.
2. Order for augmentation of benefice of Portland, Dorset 1866
3. New district of Bradenstoke-cum-Clack from parts of Lyneham and Christian Malford, boundaries with plan 1866.
4. Order for augmentation of benefices of Berwick St. James, Martin, Shaw and Whitley, Studley and Kinson and Shaftesbury, in Dorset 1866.
5. Order for augmentation of benefices of Woodford and Wilsford-cum-Lake and Yetminster, Dorset (schedule and tithe no.), 1866.
6. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Torleton, Gloucs. 1867.
7. Order for uniting benefices of Winterborne Earls and Winterborne Dauntsey 1867.
8. New district of St. Peter, Devizes from parts of Rowde and Bishops Cannings with plan 1867.
9. Order for exchange of patronage between Chittoe and Weymouth, Dorset 1867.
10. New district of Christ Church, Warminster with boundary schedule and plan 1868.
11. Order affecting leasehold properties of the Vicars Choral in the Close, Salisbury 1868.
12. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Vicars Choral 1868.
13. New district of St. John the Baptist, Hindon from East Knoyle with plan 1869.
14. Order for uniting benefices of Shrewton with Maddington 1869.
15. Order for regulating patronage of Shrewton with Maddington 1869.
16. New district of St. Thomas, Trowbridge out of parts of Trowbridge and Staverton. Schedule of boundaries with plan 1870.
17. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Bishopric 1870.
18. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Lyme and Halstock, Dorset 1870.
19. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Bishopstone 1871.
20. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Netherbury, Dorset 1871.
21. New district of Toller Whelme out of Corscombe, Dorset with boundaries and plan 1871.
22. Order authorising sale of property in Imber, with schedule and tithe nos. 1872.
23. New district of St. Peter, Portland, Dorset (inc. Prison) with boundaries and plan 1873.
24. New district of Seend from Melksham with schedule 1873.
25. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Grimstone and Yetminster, Dorset 1874.
26. New district of Easterton out of parts of West Lavington, East Lavington and Urchfont, schedule with plan 1874.
27. Order for separating Farley and Pitton from Alderbury description (no plan) 1874.
28. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Uffculme, Devon 1874.
29. Order re-endowing the Dean and Chapter with estates in lieu of money payments including Stratford-Sub-Castle, Bemerton, Figheldean, Laverstock, The Close, St. Thomas Salisbury and Clarendon. Schedules with plan nos. 1875.
30. Order for rotation of the attendance of Bishops at the Privy Council 1876.
31. Order separating Westwood from Bradford (no plan) 1876.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/8  1877-1885

Contents:
1. Order separating Erlestoke from Melksham (no plan) 1877.
2. Order for exchange of patronage between Imber and Hill Deverill 1877.
3. New district of New Borough and Leigh from Wimborne Minster, Dorset boundaries with plan 1877.
4. Order separating Kingston from Corfe Castle, Dorset. Schedule with tithe nos. (no plan) 1877.
5. Order for uniting benefices of Woodsford and Tincleton, Dorset 1877.
6. New district of Branksome Park from Parkstone and Kinson, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1878.
7. Order for exchange of patronage between Bridport and Melplash in Dorset 1878.
8. Order authorising the sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Ilfracombe, Devon 1878.
9. Order authorising the sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Preston, Dorset 1879.
10. Order for annexing Hippenscombe to Tidcombe 1879.
11. Order for annexing part of Calne to Cherhill, boundaries with tithe nos. 1879.
12. Orders for exchange of patronage between Sherborne and Mappowder in Dorset 1880.
13. Order for exchange of patronage between West Grimstead and Farley with Pitton 1880.
14. Order detaching part of Melbury Sampford to Evershot, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1880.
15. Order separating Bower Chalke from Broad Chalke. No plan 1880.
16. Order for uniting benefices of Frome St. Quentin, Evershot and Stockwood, Dorset 1880.
17. Order for uniting benefices of Calstone Wellington and Blackland 1881.
18. Order separating West Harnham from Coombe Bissett and uniting it with East Harnham 1881.
19. New district of St. James, Holt, Dorset, boundaries with plan 1882.
20. Order for exchange of patronage between Cherhill and St. Martin, Salisbury 1882.
21. Order dealing with the transfer of the advowson of Easterton 1883.
22. Order separating Motcombe and Enmore Green from Gillingham, Dorset, detailed schedule with tithe numbers 1883.
23. Order for exchange of advowson between Stockton and Winkfield, Berks. 1884.
24. Order uniting benefices of Heytesbury-with-Tytherington and Knook 1885.
25. Order uniting benefices of Coombe Bissett and Homington 1885.
26. Order separating Frome St. Quentin and Eveshot from Stockwood, Dorset 1885.
27. Order authorising the sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Stratton, Dorset 1885.
28. Order uniting benefices of Melbury Sampford with Melbury Osmond and Stockwood, Dorset 1885.
29. Order uniting benefices of Melbury Bubb and Frome St. Quentin with Evershot, Dorset 1885.
30. Order authorising the sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Fordington and Writhlington (Dorset and Somerset) 1885.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/9  1886-1899

Contents:
1. New district of Heatherlands from Kinson, Dorset. Boundaries with no plan 1886.
2. Order for altering boundaries of St. Peter's Devizes. Schedule with plan 1886.
3. Order separating Chideock from Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset with schedule of Stanton St. Gabriel (no plan) 1886.
4. Order for augmentation of income of Archdeaconry of Sarum 1886.
5. Order for separating Verwood and Three-legged Cross from Cranborne, Dorset and West Moors from West Porley, Dorset (no plan) 1886.
6. Order for augmentation of income of Archdeaconry of Dorset 1887.
7. Order for rationalising of the boundaries between Calne, Calstone Wellington cum Blackland, and Heddington. Schedules with plans 1887.
8. Order for uniting benefices of West Chelborough and East Chelborough Luckham, Dorset 1888.
9. Order for exchange of patronage between Winterbourne St. Martin and Charminster with Stratton, Dorset 1889.
10. Order for transfer of right of patronage of Allington 1889.
11. Order separating Milborne Stileham from Bere Regis and uniting same with Milborne St. Andrew-with-Dewlish, Dorset. With plan 1890.
12. New district of St. John, Bournemouth from parts of St. Andrew Kinson, St. Peter, Bournemouth and St. Stephen, Bournemouth, Dorset, allocated to diocese of Winchester boundaries with plan 1891.
13. Order for exchange of patronage between Chute and Blandford Forum, Dorset 1891.
14. Order for exchange of patronage between Bradford on Avon and Cricklade St. Sampson 1892.
15. New district of Oare out of parts of Wilcot, Alton Priors, Huish and North Newnton. Boundaries with plan 1892.
16. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Prebend of Swallowcliffe 1892.
17. Order transferring Monkton Deverill from Longbridge Deverill to Kingston Deverill with plan 1892.
18. Order altering boundaries between St. Andrew, Kinson and St. John, Bournemouth, Dorset. With plan 1892.
19. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Sub-Chantry 1895.
20. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Hill Deverill 1895.
21. Order uniting benefices of Hilfield and Hermitage, Dorset 1896.
22. Order for exchange of property between the Dean and Chapter and the Church Commissioners including Stratford-sub-Castle, Figheldean, Durrington, Mere, Netheravon, Amesbury, Barford St. Martin, Britford, Dinton, Martin, Stapleford, Tisbury, Winterbourne Dauntsey and Winterbourne Earls with schedules 1896.
23. Order uniting benefices of Longbridge Deverill and Hill Deverill 1896.
24. Order transferring patronage of Burstock, Dorset 1896.
25. Order transferring property in the Close, Salisbury from Vicars Choral to Church Commissioners 1896.
26. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to Vicars Choral 1896.
27. Order authorising sale of property in Westbury, with schedule and tithe nos. 1897.
28. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Dean and Chapter 1897.
29. New district of St. Mark, Salisbury from St. Martin, Salisbury. Boundaries with plan (loose) 1899.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/10  1901-1920

Contents:
1. New district of St. Paul, Weymouth from Wyke Regis, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1901.
2. Order augmenting income of Archdeaconries of Dorset, Sarum and Wilts. 1902.
3. Order for uniting benefices of Broad Windsor and Burstock, Dorset 1902.
4. Order transferring St. Andrew, Bradpole from Bradpole to Bridport, Dorset schedule with plan (6" O.S. sheet XXXVIII NW and SW with outline) 1903.
5. New district of St. Michael, Colehill from parts of Wimborne Minster, Hampreston and Newborough and Leigh, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1903.
6. New district of St. Luke, Parkstone from St. Peter, Parkstone, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1903.
7. New district of St. Clement, Bradenstoke from St. Andrew, Kinson, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1904.
8. Order apportioning income between St. Clement, Branksome and St. Andrew, Kinson 1904.
9. Order redirecting Appeals to the King in Ecclesiastical Causes from the High Court to the Privy Council 1904.
10. Order for exchange of Patronage between Buttermere and Fulmer, Bucks. 1905.
11. New district of St. John the Baptist, Broadstone from parts of Great Canford and St. Mary, Longfleet, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1906.
12. Order transferring patronage of Woodborough 1907.
13. Order transferring patronage of Baydon 1908.
14. Order for uniting benefices of Boyton and Sherrington 1909.
15. Order transferring patronage of St. Peter, Portland, Dorset 1909.
16. Order authorising sale of property in West Harnham and Britford 1910.
17. Order for uniting benefices of Toller Porcorum and Toller Fratrum, Dorset 1910.
18. Order authorising improvements to the Bishop's Palace, Salisbury 1910.
19. Order for separation of Wynford Eagle from Toller Porcorum and Toller Fratrum and uniting it with West Compton, Dorset with schedule 1910.
20. New district of St. Osmund, Parkstone from St. Peter, Parkstone, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1911.
21. Order transferring patronage of Abbotsbury, Dorset 1911.
22. Order authorising improvements to the Bishop's Palace, Salisbury 1911.
23. Order authorising sale of property in Enford 1912.
24. Order uniting benefice of Combe, Hants. and Buttermere 1912.
25. Order transferring patronage of Zeals 1913.
26. Order transferring patronage of Gussage St. Michael, Dorset 1913.
27. Order for separating Alton Priors from Overton and annexing to Alton Barnes. Schedule (with tithe nos.) plan based on 6" O.S. 1913.
28. Order apportioning income between Zeals and Mere 1914.
29. New district of Sedgehill from Berwick St. Leonard and East Knoyle, schedule with tithe nos. with plan 1914.
30. New district of Morgan's Vale from parts of Downton and Redlynch. Boundaries with plan 1915.
31. Order transferring patronage of Little Cheverell 1915.
32. Order transferring patronage of Berwick St. Leonard 1915.
33. Orders uniting benefices of west Lavington and Little Cheverell 1915.
34. Order for separating Nunton and Bodenham from Downton and annexing to Odstock. (Schedule with tithe nos.) with plan 1915.
35. New Archdeaconry of Sherborne from Archdeaconry of Dorset and renaming of the Rural Deaneries of Dorset 1916.
36. Order uniting benefices Berwick St. Leonard and Fonthill Bishop 1916.
37. Order transferring patronage of Winterbourne St. Martin, Dorset 1917.
38. Order for augmentation of income of the Dean and Canons 1917.
39. Orders for uniting benefices of Charlton St. Peter and Rushall 1917.
40. Order for uniting benefices of Caundle Purse and Caundle Stourton, Dorset 1917.
41. Order for exchange of Patronage between Wincanton, Somerset and Buckland Newton with Plush, Dorset 1918.
42. Order for exchange of Patronage between Purse Caundle and Stourton Caundle, Dorset 1918.
43. Order transferring Patronage of Sutton Waldren, Dorset 1918.
44. Order transferring Patronage of Edington 1919.
45. Order transferring Patronage of Manningford Bruce 1919.
46. New district of St. Mark, Talbot Village from St. Andrew, Kinson, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1919.
47. Order for exchange of patronage between Compton Abbas and Melbury Abbas, Dorset 1919.
48. Order for uniting benefices of Cerne Abbas and Upcerne, Dorset 1920.
49. Order transferring patronage of Berwick St. James 1920.
50. Order for separating of Fifehead St. Quinton from Ibberton and annexing it to Fifehead Neville. Schedule with plan 1920.
51. Order authorising sale of property in Laverstock, Milford, Stratford sub Castle and Idmiston with schedule 1920.
52. Order authorising sale of property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Durnford in Durnford, Woodford and Stapleford with schedule 1920.
53. Order transferring Patronage of St. Peter, Parkstone 1920.
54. Order authorising sale of property in Yetminster, Dorset with schedule 1920.

Orders in Council  D/1/36/4/11  1921-1926

Contents:
1. Order authorising sale of property in Beaminster, Dorset 1921.
2. Order transferring patronage of Iwerne Steepleton, Dorset 1922.
3. Order altering boundaries of St. John, Studley. Boundaries with plan 1922.
4. New district of St. Stephen, Kingston Lacy from Wimborne Minster, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1922.
5. New district of West Moors from parts of Verwood and Gussage All Saints, Dorset. Boundaries with plan 1922.
6. Order for uniting benefices of Hindon, Chicklade and Pertwood 1922.
7. Order for uniting benefices of Bradford Peverell and part of Charminster, Dorset 1922.
8. Order for uniting benefices of Teffont Evias and part of Dinton with Teffont Magna 1922.
9. Order for uniting benefices of Puncknowle and Swyre, Dorset 1922.
10. Order for uniting benefices of Owermoigne with part of Warmwell and the rest of Warmwell with Osmington, Dorset 1922.
11. Order for uniting benefices of Bettiscombe and Pilsdon, Dorset 1923.
12. Order for uniting benefices of Shrewton-with-Maddington and Rollestone 1923.
13. Order for uniting benefices of Cattistock and Chilfrome, Dorset 1923.
14. Order for uniting benefices of Buckland Ripers and Langton Herring, Dorset 1923.
15. Order for uniting benefices of Bishop Caundle and Caundle Marsh, Dorset 1923.
16. Order for uniting benefices of Rode with Woolverton and Christ Church, Road Hill 1923.
17. Order allocating a more suitable residence for the Dean 1923.
18. Order transferring patronage of East Kennett 1923.
19. Order for uniting benefices of Avebury and East Kennett 1923.
20. Order for part of the benefice of Winfrith Newburgh 1923.
21. Order for uniting benefices of Chirton and Marden 1923.
22. Order for uniting benefices of Chiseldon and Draycott Foliatt 1923.
23. Order for uniting benefices of Ebbesborne Wake and Fifield Bavant 1923.
24. Order transferring patronage of Lytchett Minster and Corfe Mullen, Dorset 1923.
25. Order for uniting benefices of Winterborne Earls with Winterborne Dauntsey and Winterborne Gunner 1924.
26. Order for uniting benefices of Allington and Boscombe 1924.
27. Order for uniting benefices of Huish and Oare 1924.
28. Order for uniting benefices of Ss. Peter and Paul, Marlborough with St. Mary the Virgin, Marlborough 1924.
29. Order for uniting benefices of Swallowcliffe and Ansty 1924.
30. Order for uniting benefice of Woodborough with part of the benefice Manningford Bohun, the benefice of Manningford Bruce with part of the benefice of Manningford Bohun, the benefice of Upavon with part of the benefice of Charlton-with-Rushall, the rest of the benefice of Manningford Bohun with the rest of the benefice of Charlton-with-Rushall and the benefice of Manningford Abbots with the benefice off Manningford Bruce. With plan of Manningford Bohun 1924.
31. Order for uniting benefices of Landford and Plaitford, Hants. 1924
32. Order for uniting the benefices of Baverstock and Dinton 1924.
33. Order for uniting the benefices of Bradenstoke, Lyneham and Tockenham 1924.
34. Order transferring patronage of Maiden Bradley 1924.
35. Order transferring patronage of Bradenstoke 1924.
36. Order for uniting the benefices of St. Nicholas, Chute and St. Mary, Chute Forest 1924.
37. Order for uniting the benefices of Berwick St. James and Stapleford 1924.
38. Order transferring patronage of Savernake, with title deed of 1924 relating to advowson 1925.
39. Order for uniting the benefice of Maiden Newton with part of the benefice of Frome Vauchurch-with-Batcombe and the rest of the benefice of Frome Vauchurch-with-Batcombe with Leigh, all in Dorset 1925.
40. Order for uniting the benefices of Bourton and Silton, Dorset 1925.
41. Order for uniting the benefices of Handley-with-Gussage St. Andrew and Pentridge, Dorset, with plan 1925.
42. Order for uniting the benefices of Cheselbourne, Hilton and Melcombe Horsey, Dorset 1925.
43. Order for uniting the benefices of Bishopstone and Stratford Tony 1925.
44. Order for uniting Orcheston St. George and Orcheston St. Mary 1925.
45. Order for uniting Farnham, Dorset and Tollard Royal, partly in Dorset 1925.
46. Order for demolition and sale of site of St. Stephen, Trowbridge 1925.
47. Order for detaching of Chapmanslade from Dilton's Marsh and annexing to Corsley with plan based on 6" O.S. sheets XLIV, XXX, XXXI and XLIII 1925.
48. Order for transferring part of the benefice of Stratford Tony to the benefice of Coombe Bissett, part to the benefice of Homington and part to Britford with plan based on 6" O.S. sheets XLVI and LXXI 1926.
49. Order for uniting the benefices of Lydlinch and Stock Gaylard, Dorset 1926.
50. Order for exchange of patronage between Wyke Regis, Dorset and Hanney, Berks. 1926.
51. New district of St. Mary Weymouth from Radipole, Dorset with plan 1926.
52. New district of the Ascension, Woodlands from parts of Horton, Wimborne St. Giles and Gussage St. Michael, Dorset with boundaries and plan 1926.
53. Order for uniting the benefices of Fosbury and Tidcombe 1926.
54. Order for uniting the benefices of Thornford and Beer Hackett, Dorset 1926.

Secretary's Act Books  D/1/36/5  [n.d.]


Related information: See D/1/10 for related volumes.

Contents:
These are indexed registers of bishops' acts, on various matters such as institutions, collations to prebends, licences for residence and non-residence, resignations, licences of curates, commissions to view glebe, exchanges of glebe, ordinations, consecrations and licences for services in unconsecrated buildings, some of which are recorded in the Bishops' registers. From 1879 they become day books with briefer entries and accounts of fees, etc.

[no title]  D/1/36/5/1  1854-1859

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/2  1859-1864

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/3  1864-1869

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/4  1869-1875

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/5  1875-1879, 1885 July-October

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/6  1879-1884

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/7  1884-1886

Contents:
Act book

[no title]  D/1/36/5/8  1932-1952

Contents:
Act book.

Accounts and Fees  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/37/1  1595-19th cent

Contents:
Tables of fees, 1595 and 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, with a list of fees received, 1693-1694.

[no title]  D/1/37/2  1623, 1680-1750

Contents:
Procuration fees books.

[no title]  D/1/37/3  1753-1798

Contents:
Procuration fees books.

[no title]  D/1/37/4  1801-1871

Contents:
Procuration and pension fees books (Dorset only 1867, 1869 and 1871).

[no title]  D/1/37/5  1694-1697; 1703-1823

Contents:
Day cash book recording fees received for issuing various classes of diocesan papers, i.e. citations, licences, probate/administration and sequestrations. Miscellaneous papers, accounts and receipts.

[no title]  D/1/37/6/1  1710-1789

Contents:
Statements of fees received by diocesan officials, principally the registrar and chancellor, 1710-1718, 1725-1731, 1756-1757 and 1788-1789.

[no title]  D/1/37/6/2  1775-1779

Contents:
Statement of annual pensions received by the bishop from certain Dorset and Wiltshire parishes.

[no title]  D/1/37/6/3  1789-1823

Contents:
Bills of costs in cases heard before the courts of the bishop, dean and dean and chapter.

[no title]  D/1/37/6/4  1703

Contents:
Articles of agreement for the apprenticeship of Thomas Baden of Salisbury to Edward Thistlethwaite of the same place, diocesan registrar.

Documents resulting from Acts of Parliament  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/1  1836

Contents:
A set of returns for Wiltshire and a few Berkshire parishes, which contains almost exactly the same questions as under the 1838 Act to abridge the holding of benefices in plurality.

Act to abridge the holding of benefices in plurality, 1838  [no ref. or date]

Volumes containing a copy of the bishop's returns, as follows  D/1/38/2  1853-1920

[no title]  D/1/38/2/1  1853

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/2  1854

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/3  1855

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/4  1856

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/5  1857

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/6  1858

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/7  1859

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/8  1860

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/9  1861

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/10  1862

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/11  1863

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/12  1864

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/13  1865

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/14  1866

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/15  1867

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/16  1868

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/17  1869

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/18  1870

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/19  1871

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/20  1872

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/21  1873

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/22  1874

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/23  1875

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/24  1876

Contents:
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[no title]  D/1/38/2/25  1877

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/26  c.1913

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/27  1914

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/28  1915

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/29  1916

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/30  1917

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/31  1918

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/2/32  1920

Contents:
Volume containing a copy of the bishop's returns

[no title]  D/1/38/3  1867-1883

Contents:
Orders under the 1838 act to appoint curates.

[no title]  D/1/38/4  1860

Contents:
A bundle of returns pursuant to a resolution of the House of Commons, giving the income of each clergyman holding more than one church or chapel. With two summaries of the returns, and a small bundle of letters from clergymen refusing to give information.

Clergy Discipline Act, 1840  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/5  1845, 1850

Contents:
Papers in the cases of:
- the Revd. Samuel Starkey, rector of Charlinch, Soms., conducting irregular services at Preston, Dorset, 1845, (apparently a nonconformist);
- the Revd. Henry Jenour, vicar of Portland, Dorset, accused of indecencies with a servant girl, 1850.

[no title]  D/1/38/6  1882-1885

Contents:
Papers in the case of the Revd. Thomas Alfred Ottley, vicar of Portland, Dorset, accused of drunkenness, indecency, marital infidelity and domestic violence. He was acquitted.

Lord Hampton's Commission  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/7  1845-1875

Contents:
Returns of expenditure above £500 for building or restoring churches since the year 1840.

Ecclesiastical Dilapidations Act, 1871  D/1/38/8  1872-1925

Contents:
Relating to repairs to parsonage houses, buildings and chancels. Schedules of glebe noted from 1897.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/1  1872

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/2  1873

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/3  1874

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/4  1875

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/5  1876

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/6  1877

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/7  1878

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/8  1879

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/9  1880

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/10  1881

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/11  1882

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/12  1883

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/13  1884

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/14  1885

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/15  1886

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/16  1887

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/17  1888

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/18  1889

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/19  1890

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/20  1891

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/21  1892

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/22  1893

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/23  1894

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/24  1895

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/25  1896

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/26  1897

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/27  1898

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/28  1899

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/29  1900

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/30  1901

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/31  1902

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/32  1903

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/33  1904

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/34  1905

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/35  1906

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/36  1907

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/37  1908

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/38  1909

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/39  1910

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/40  1911

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/41  1912

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/42  1913

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/43  1914

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/44  1915

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/45  1916

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/46  1917

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/47  1918

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/48  1919

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/49  1920

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/50  1921

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/51  1922

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/52  1923

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/53  1924

Contents:
Returns of completed works, with schedules of works. Some bundles have a list of parishes at the front.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/54  1886-1889

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 1-100.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/55  1889-1891

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 102-150 (101 missing).

[no title]  D/1/38/8/56  1891-1892

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 151-200.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/57  1892-1894

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 201-249 (250 missing).

[no title]  D/1/38/8/58  1894-1895

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 251-300.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/59  1895-1898

Contents:
Reports of work to be undertaken, nos. 301-400.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/60  1897-1925

Contents:
Register of orders.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/61  1895-1897

Contents:
Orders of completed cases.

[no title]  D/1/38/8/62  1882-1897

Contents:
Orders of uncompleted cases.

[no title]  D/1/38/9  n.d

Contents:
Not used.

Incumbents' Resignation Acts, 1871 and 1887  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/10/1  1872-1895

Contents:
Declarations of avoidance of benefice.

[no title]  D/1/38/10/2  1895-1909

Contents:
Declarations of avoidance of benefice.

[no title]  D/1/38/10/3  1910-1920

Contents:
Declarations of avoidance of benefice.

Order of the House of Commons, 1872  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/11  1872

Contents:
Papers concerning a return to the House of Lords about parish registers.

Public Worship Regulation Act, 1874  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/12  1878

Contents:
Representation by parishioners of Donhead St. Andrew about high church practices, with the bishop's statement giving his reasons for not taking action on the complaint.

Pluralities Acts Amendment Act, 1885  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/13  1889, 1892

Contents:
Commission, report, and certificates of election of commissioners.

Clergy Discipline Act, 1892  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/14/1  1892-1919

Contents:
Appointments of assessors.

[no title]  D/1/38/14/2  1922-1961

Contents:
Appointments of assessors.

[no title]  D/1/38/15  1892

Contents:
A copy of the act and of the rules.

[no title]  D/1/38/16  1912-1980

Conditions of access: File NOT to be opened until 100 years old.

Contents:
8 cases brought to the consistory court against clergy.

Benefice Act, 1898  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/17  1899

Contents:
Notices to churchwardens of appointments to vacant benefices.

[no title]  D/1/38/18/1  1899-1911

Contents:
Appointments for registration of transfer of advowson.

[no title]  D/1/38/18/2  1912-1928

Contents:
Appointments for registration of transfer of advowson.

[no title]  D/1/38/19  1901

Contents:
Monitions and other papers relating to two Dorset clergymen who were keeping the reserved sacrament.

Benefices (Ecclesiastical Duties) Measure, 1926  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/20  1912-1937

Contents:
Returns of proceedings in the consistory court and proceedings in applications for faculties.

Rose's Parish Register Act, 1812  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/1/38/21  1812

Contents:
Returns from parishes of the dates of registers of baptism, marriage and burial. The returns were published in vol. 3 of 1831 census statistics. Copy in Record Office Library.

[no title]  D/1/38/22  1870-1975

Contents:
Clerical Disabilities Act 1870. Deeds of relinquishment of clerical rights with some details of the careers of the clergy.

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