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NEWS FROM MILTON LILBOURNE, 1848-1909

Articles from 1863

The Marlborough Times, 21 March 1863:
An inquest has been held at Milton, near Pewsey, on the body of a boy 13 years of age named DRAPER, who had been kicked in the head by a horse he was leading to water, causing fracture of the skull, and died a few days afterwards. Verdict: "accidental death".


The Marlborough Times, 11 April 1863:
Wilts Easter Sessions
GEORGE MARTIN was found guilty of stealing a deal plank, the property of ABEL ROSIER, of Milton, near Pewsey, and sentenced to three calendar months' hard labour.


The Marlborough Times, 8th August 1863:
Everleigh Petty Sessions
ROBERT VAISEY was charged with leaving the service of Mr JOHN SOMERSET of Milton. Fined 5s and ordered to return to his service.

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