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NEWS FROM MILTON LILBOURNE, 1848-1909

Articles from 1848 to 1850

The Devizes Gazette, 2nd March 1848:
Deaths: Feb. 24th, ELIZABETH, the wife of Mr EDMUND SOMERSET, of Milton, near Pewsey.


The Devizes Gazette, 9th August 1849:
Lambs stolen. Five pounds reward
Stolen from a field on Milton Hill Farm, near Pewsey, between the 30th of July and the 4th of August - 15 lambs, the property of Mr T.O. BECK. All the lambs have a red mark across the loins.
A reward of five pounds will be paid by Mr T.O. BECK to any person who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who stole the above. Dated August 7th 1849


The Devizes Gazette, 28th March 1850:
Deaths: Suddenly, on Monday last, Mr JAMES CUSSE, a respectable farmer, of Milton in this county.


The Devizes Gazette, 4th April 1850:
Farm at Milton, Wilts
To be let, from Michaelmas next, a desirable corn farm, now in the occupation of Mr BARNES, situate at Milton, within one mile of the market town of Pewsey, Wilts, consisting of a good farm house and garden, with the necessary yards, barns, stables, buildings and appurtenances, and about 240 acres of land. Possession of the farm house and garden may be had at Michaelmas. To view the farm, apply to Mr BARNES, Milton; and for further particulars, and to treat for the same, apply to Messrs WHITE & DIXON, Solicitors, Pewsey.

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