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The Marlborough Times, 5th May 1860:
Deaths: April 26th at Totteridge Farm, near Pewsey, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of Mr DAVID UNTHANK, late of the Warren Farm, Tottenham Park .

The Marlborough Times, 12th (and 19th) May 1860:
Havering Stables, Milton, near Pewsey
An entire Arabian! Will serve mares, at 1 guinea, and 2s 6d the groom. He is a beautiful bay, free from white, stands 14 hands high; imported from the Desert, and allowed to be a perfect beauty.

The Marlborough Times, 19th May 1860:
Elected to Pewsey Board of Guardians:
Milton -

[same issue]
Pewsey Petty Sessions
CHARLOTTE HISCOCK, SARAH MARTIN, ELIZABETH WHITE, JANE LEVINGTON, JANE SHANSWICK, JANE KIMBER, EMMA HISCOCK, SARAH RUDMAN, HARRIET WARD, HARRIET COOK, and MARY ANNE HILLIER, all of Pewsey, were charged with stealing a quantity of greens from a field, the property of Mr JOHN JOSEPH KINGSTONE, at Milton, on the morning of 21st April last. The charge was proved against the first four defendants by PC PERRETT, who caught them early on the 21st with a large quantity of greens in their possession. Mr KINGSTONE stated that there had been a great deal of damage done to his crop, and a great many greens had been taken away. The four first-named were convicted and fines 10s 6d including damage and costs. A woman named ELIZABETH DOWSE, who was with the party, was called to give evidence against the other defendants, but she refused to take the oath, and was committed to gaol for 14 days. There was no evidence offered against the other defendants, and they were discharged.

The Marlborough Times, 26th May 1860:
Milton Estate
The purchase of the above estate has this day been completed by Mr STEPHEN DAY, of Rushall, and as a few Lots of land remain unsold, persons desirous of purchasing the same, may to so by applying to Mr WILLIAM EDWARDS, of Bottlesford, near Pewsey. NB: the principal part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. May 25th 1860

The Marlborough Times, 13th October 1860:
Deaths: Sept. 22, at Milton, FANNY, youngest daughter of the late Mr W. HEASELL, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian fortitude.

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