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Wiltshire Community History

Timeline for Date 1100

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Ashton Keynes Early 1100s All the land in Ashton Keynes descended as a single estate belonging to Tewkesbury Abbey.
Ashton Keynes Late 1100s Building started on the Church of Holy Cross
Ashton Keynes Late 1100s The Church of Holy Cross was standing in some form when a new chancel arch and a north arcade were built.
Box C.1100-1200 Quarries of stone were given to Stanley and Lacock Abbeys by the Croke Family, who lived in Hazelbury Manor at the time
Broughton Gifford 1100s Rainburgus' estate granted, by new owner Ilbert le Chaz, to the priory of Monkton Farleigh. There is a chapel at Broughton - base of cross in churchyard believed to be 12th century.
Calne 1100s Church of St. Mary the Virgin built on the site of a Saxon church: by this time St. Peter's Church at Blacklands has been built
Corsham 1100s St. Bartholomew's Church largely rebuilt
Downton Late 1100s Building of a new Norman church begun to replace the old Saxon one.
Marlborough 1100s St. Margaret's Priory founded; a coarse woollen cloth known as burel being made in the town
Marlborough 1100 Building work started on Marlborough Castle
Wilton 1100 Charter granted by King Henry I is the first of 15 charters to be granted during the life of the borough



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