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Wiltshire Community History

Timeline for Date 1852

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Amesbury 1852-1853 Church of St. Mary and St. Melor restored to designs by William Butterfield
Broughton Gifford 1852 Charity school site and buildings are conveyed in trust by the rector, Reverend J. Wilkinson, to the rector and churchwardens. Rev. Wilkinson provides allotments to villagers.
Cricklade 1852 Baptist Church built in Calcutt Street
Keevil 1852 George Taylor adds to his will that he will be leaving £3,000 to buy bread for the poor, and cakes for children every year
Melksham 1852 The Melksham Mutual Improvement Society with a reading room opens in Bank Street
Ramsbury 1852 School for girls built in Back Lane by Miss Read of Crowood House
Westbury 1852 Angel Mill restored to a woollen mill and a new wing added
Wiltshire 1852 Thomas Moore, the Irish poet and lyricist, dies at his home Sloperton Cottage and is buried in Bromham churchyard



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