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Wiltshire Community History

Timeline for Date 1837

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Amesbury 1837 The Amesbury Union Workhouse built on South Mill Hill
Cricklade 1837 After many years without a weekly market a Market Committee introduces a monthly cattle and corn market to be held in High Street on the 3rd Tuesday of every month; stocks removed from Calcutt Street
Downton 1837 By this time the present Lode Hill/High Street was well established. Lode Hill cutting was deepened for railway.
Marlborough 1837 Workhouse in Hyde Lane sold
Purton 1837 Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Union Workhouse built near the Upper Square
Sherston 1837 Baptist Chapel erected in Back Lane (now Grove Road)
Westbury 1837 Committee formed to consider a scheme for lighting the town by gas
Wilton 1837 Wilton Poor Law Union Workhouse opened; Primitive Methodist chapel opened in West Street



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