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Wiltshire

Baverstock

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Wiltshire

England

Hurdcott


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Baverstock

Baverstock is located in the south of the Wiltshire county, about 11 kms (7 miles) west of Salisbury.

The churchyard of St. Edith's, Baverstock contains the graves of 29 soldiers from the Australian Imperial Force and 3 from the London Regiment. Hurdcott House, lying south of the River Nadder, was taken over by the Australian army during the Great War, becoming more of a hospital than a training camp as the war progressed.

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Additional resources online include:

UK Land Tax Redemption (1798), Devizes House of Corrections (1815-1870), Arnold Paddock,Stealing a Rabbit Trap (1868), Fisherton Gaol (1845-1847), James Charlton, Stealing Iron (1870), Fines Incurred for Crimes Committed (1850-1871), William & Job Hibberd (1871), Burridge v Burridge (1927), UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices (1710-1811), Peter Steel, Leaving Service (1853), British Postal Service Appointments (1737-1969), Wiltshire Labourers (1871), Game Lists (1824-1846), James Viney, Caution to Farm Servants (1871), multiple newspaper reports, Inquest for Edmund West (1911), Donations to Poor (1819), Paupers listed on Census (1851-1871), Wilton Union Guardians (1835-1871), Overseers of Salisbury & Amesbury Division (1859-1872), Deputy Lieutenants (1860), Casualties of WWI Honoured in the Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book

 


06 Nov  2013

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Baverstock One-Place Study

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