Wiltshire Almshouses and Their Founders

Wiltshire Almshouses and Their Founders Introduction to Wiltshire almshouses gazetteer of known surviving and lost almshouses and brief biographies of their founders Illustrated throughout Published by Hobnob Press for the Wiltshire Build

List of almshouses in the United Kingdom Burberry Homes, Buckden Hospital of St Anthony and St Eligius known as Spital House a new build, Cambridge Countess of Hardwicke Almshouses, Arrington Jakenett s Almshouses, Cambridge Parish Almshouses in Scotland Peter Higginbotham A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham Lambourn Lambourn l m b r n is a large village and civil parish in West Berkshire.It lies just north of the M Motorway between Swindon and Newbury, and borders Wiltshire to the west and Oxfordshire to the north After Newmarket it is the largest centre of racehorse training in England, and is home to a rehabilitation centre for injured jockeys, an equine hospital, and several leading The Workhouse in Trowbridge, Wiltshire A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham After Melksham Poor Law Union renamed Trowbridge and Melksham in officially came Corsham Hotels Premier Inn For a quiet getaway in the rolling hills of Wiltshire, choose Corsham hotels and enjoy a quaint town in the countryside The town centre of Corsham also has a number of centuries old buildings, making for great walks in the area. The Methuen Arms Hotel, Bar and Restaurant in Corsham Ash welcomes you to The Methuen Arms, an award winning Great British inn where hospitality meets fabulous food drink at a relaxed pace Set immediately beside the stately home and beautiful grounds of Corsham Court, and just eight miles from the enchanting city of Bath, Corsham is a hidden gem of charming Georgian buildings, cobbled streets, Almshouses, parkland and , making this Mental Health History Timeline Andrew Roberts A mental health history including asylum and community care periods, with links to Andrew Roberts book on the Lunacy Commission and other mental health writings, and the asylums index and word history.Centred on England and Wales, it reaches out to the rest of the world with links to the general timeline of science and society, America timeline, crime timeline, and the embryo sunrise Compton Bassett British History Online COMPTON BASSETT Compton Bassett village lies c . km ENE of Calne The parish consisted of a main part and of the detached Cowage to the north west The church bore a mark of dependence on Calne, but was a parish church in the earlier th century Cowage was part of the parish in In Cowage, a was transferred to Hilmarton, and Compton Bassett gained from Calne a Retirement homes and sheltered housing in the UK Retirement homes and sheltered housing directory in the UK the most comprehensive database of housing for elderly people by county and district A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE HIPPISLEY FAMILY Maintaining Ston Easton Park became an increasing struggle and it was already falling into disrepair by the time Bayntun died in Shortly after Bayntun s death, his son John Preston HIPPISLEY was obliged to sell the house and acres of land to SHEPPARD SONS, timber merchants from Chilcompton, in order to pay death duties.

  • Title: Wiltshire Almshouses and Their Founders
  • Author: Sally M Thomson
  • ISBN: 9781906978358
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introduction to Wiltshire almshouses, gazetteer of known surviving and lost almshouses, and brief biographies of their founders Illustrated throughout Published by Hobnob Press for the Wiltshire Buildings Record.

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