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History Index

HISTORIES OF THE SETTLEMENTS OF BURBAGE:-
An Overview of the development of the Parish of Burbage (2006)
A thesis on the development of the Parish of Burbage (1978)

Origins of village, hamlet, street and field names

Land ownership in the parish.

The individual settlement areas:

Burbage
Eastcourt
East Sands
Farms south of Seymour Pond
Forest Hamlets (Durley; Leigh Hill; Warren)
Ram Alley
Stibb Green
Westcourt and Bowden
Wolfhall and its famous barn
TRANSPORT
Canal
Rail
Road
ADMINISTRATION
Charities
The Vestry & Poor Book Records
Parish Council
TIMELINE - a chronological list of happenings in Burbage
RECOLLECTIONS and stories about Burbage
PEOPLE of Burbage
RELIGION
Anglican
Non-Conformist
GENERAL HISTORY ITEMS

A newspaper transcript from 1910

The Swing Riots in Burbage 1830

The Wiltshire Emigration Association 1851

Index of Miscellaneous Happenings in Burbage (1781-1913)

Visitors' thoughts of Burbage on Burbage (1086 to 1956)

The Haunted Hotel

Burbage Gala

War Memorials

An assessment of Morality in the parish by analysing the baptism records

A transcription of the Trade Directories (1798-1939)

The Burbage Well Murder

A study of the population of Burbage (1801-2001)

Celebrating the opening of Savernake Cottage Hospital in 1872
Fete at Tottenham House to celebrate the end of a Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry muster - 1858
The Coronation Parade 1937.
The first Tennis Club
A Wiltshire Village - a story about Burbage by WH Hudson
A poem about Burbage written about 1800

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