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Wiltshire Community History

Non-conformists, Collingbourne Ducis

There were no dissenters listed in the parish in 1697, however by the 19th century several properties were utilised for non-conformist worship. In 1812 a house occupied by Joseph Hiller, described as a cottage near the Blacksmiths and Farmer Black's, was registered for worship. As was the property 74 High Street occupied by Joseph Lansley (or Lousley) on two separate occasions in 1828 and 1844. The property of Joseph Butcher was listed in 1840 and that of Robert Blackmore in 1852, both of Collingbourne Ducis village. It is believed that in 1838, around 22 Baptists and 36 Primitive Methodists were meeting in houses around the parish.

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