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Ansty Village Gallery

Contiguous Parishes

Alvediston - Berwick St. John - Donhead St. Andrew - Swallowcliffe - Tisbury with Wardour

 

Websites of Interest

British History Online - Ansty Entry
Nadder Valley Focus - Ansty Page
Wikipedia - Ansty Entry
Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre - Ansty Collection
Wiltshire Footprints - Family and Parish History for Ansty. 

 

The Parish Church of James

St. James Gallery                 St. James Interior Gallery                 St. James Churchyard Gallery

Ansty was a royal free chapel and the only parish in the county with no ecclesiastical jurisdiction.  Copies of registers were not required to be sent to the Bishop (Bishops Transcripts).  Couples could marry here regardless of Banns or License.  It also married couples when periods of canon law prohibited marriage.                              

Church Buildings and Repairs

Appeal to Provide a Residence for the Minister 1834         Salisbury Diocesan Church Building Association 1842         Disestablished Parish 1877           Poor Benefice Fund Grants 1880

Church News

Church Matters 1800-1899    

Church Officials

Clergy News 1800-1899          Grants to Retiring Aged Parish Clerks 1864           

Churchyard  

Churchyard Survey      

Knights Hospitallers

Commandery and Ansty Church 1963

Parish Register Transcripts

Baptisms

1757-1785 

Marriages

1631-1837 

Burials

1754-1785

Parish Registers held at WSHC

Baptisms  1654-1992
Marriages  1655-2005
Burials  1655-1991

 

Parish History

Maps

Maps Gallery

Maypole

2012 Maypole Celebrations

Civil Registration

1837 - 1936 Tisbury Registration District
1936 - 1974 Mere, then Salisbury

 

Buildings and Land

Owners of Land 1873

Farms

Manor Farm

 

Crime and Legal Matters

Agricultural Crime

Compensation for Cattle Eating Apples 1897                Farmer Makes Three Claims 1922                 Farmer Assaulted in Courtroom 1937

Assaults

Assault on Husband and Wife 1838

Court Cases

Farmer and His £50 Car 1921

Motoring Offences

£100 Award for Motorcyclist 1940

Miscellaneous Offences

Bastardy Examinations 1854               Beer & Misrepresentation 1897       

Theft

Daring Robbery 1838

 

Directories

Kellys 1848 Post Office 1855 Post Office 1859 Post Office 1867 Kellys 1880 Kellys 1889 Kellys 1898
Kellys 1903 Kellys 1915 Kellys 1923 Kellys 1931 Kellys 1939    

 

Education

Salisbury Diocese Board of Education 1800-1849 

 

Emigration and Migration

Strays Index                Emigrant - Henry Lever 1822-1890                 Emigrants - Robert & Charlotte Rabbetts 1854

 

Employment and Business

Agriculture 

Gamekeepers Certificates 1807             Gamekeepers Certificates 1834          Game Licenses 1846   

Apprentices

John Burton 1718                  Jacob Targitt 1724                  Wiltshire Society Apprentice - William Maurice Davidge 1893      

General Items   

Lever & Sons Business Partnership Dissolved 1882            

 

Miscellaneous Documents

Poll of Freeholders 1772          Voters List 1832

Non Conformity and Other Places of Worship

Roman Catholicism

Papist Oath of Allegiance 1792                Broughton Catholic Charitable Society Members 1844

 

People and Parish Notables

People Gallery

Falstone Day Book 1645-1653                 MP Nominations 2015

Census Returns Transcripts

1841          1851          1861          1871          1881          1891          1901          1911

Parish Notables

Richard  Zouch - English Jurist - Born c1590 in Ansty - Died 1 March 1661 in London.

 

Poor Law, Charity and the Workhouse

 

Probate

National Probate Index 1858-1966 

 

War, Conflict and Military Matters

War Memorials & Military Gallery

WWII

The Fighting Sullivans 1942

Why the Poppy               Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book 1914-1918                  WWI Casualty Biographies               WWII Casualty Biographies

 

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