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Post Office Directory 1859

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from Post Office Directory of Wiltshire, 1859

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MILTON LILBOURNE
is a parish in the hundred of Kinwardstone, union of Pewsey, and Marlborough county court district; it comprises three tithings, viz., Milton , Fyfield, and Clench, 2 miles east from Pewsey, 14 east from Devizes, and 7 south from Marlborough , diocese of Salisbury , archdeaconry of Wilts, and deanery of Marlborough . The living is a vicarage, annual value 111: the Rev. John Henry GALE is the incumbent. The church, a very ancient structure, with square tower and 6 bells, is supposed to have been erected about the tenth century. The Kennet and Avon canal passes through the northern portion of the parish. The area is 3,502 acres, and the population, in 1851, was 677. The Marquis of AILESBURY is the principal landowner and lord of the manor.

FYFIELD or Fifield Manor House, the residence of the PENRUDDOCKE family for several generations, is in the Elizabethan style, and well worthy [sic] the survey of the antiquarian.

CLINCH, or Clench, is a tithing 2 miles north; Totridge, three-quarters of a mile north.

PRIVATE RESIDENTS

BARNES Mr George
CLACK Mr John
GALE Rev. John Henry, B.A., Vicarage
KINGSTON Mrs William, Clench
PENRUDDOCK Mrs, Fifield Manor House
SOMERSETT John, esq., Manor House

COMMERCIAL

BARNES George, farmer
BURFITT Guy, farmer, Fifield
BURFITT Charles, agricultural implement & machine owner & agent
BURFITT John, farmer, Clench
CHURCH Francis, farmer
CUMNER Isaac, shoemaker
DARK Henry, farmer
GILBERT Elijah, carpenter & shopkeeper
HAINES Daniel, farmer
HEAD James, blacksmith
HEASELL Elizabeth (Miss), postmistress
JARVIS John, miller & maltster, New Mill
KINGSTON James, farmer, Broomsgrove
LIDYARD Mary (Miss), "New Inn"
OSLAND William, farmer
REYNOLDS Guy, farmer
ROBBINS William, carpenter & whlwrght
SKINNER George, baker & carpenter
SOMERSETT John, farmer
UNTHANK David, farmer, Totridge
WARWICK Guy, farmer

POST OFFICE: Miss Elizabeth HEASELL, receiver. Letters from Pewsey arrive at 7.30 am; dispatched at 5pm. The nearest money order office is at Pewsey.

NATIONAL SCHOOL: Mrs Ann OLSON, mistress.

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