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Ashton Gifford House Ashton Gifford House

Ashton Gifford forms part of the Parish of Codford

Ashton Gifford is a hamlet, part of the civil parish of Codford, in the county of Wiltshire.  For parochial purposes the hamlet comes under the jurisdiction of Codford St. Peter.   For Baptisms, Marriages and Burials please consult Codford St. Peter Section.

Ashton Gifford Gallery

Buildings and Land

Domesday Book                 Ashton Gifford Inclosure Notice 1814

Listed Buildings in Ashton Gifford

Grade I - Buildings of outstanding architectural or historic interest.

There are no buildings listed for this category in Ashton Gifford

Grade II* - Buildings are particularly important and of more than special interest.

There are no buildings listed for this category in Ashton Gifford

Grade II - Buildings are nationally important and of special interest.

Ashton Cottage                Ashton Gifford House                 Boundary Post opposite entrance to Ashton Gifford House

Property For Auction, Let or Sale 

Sheep and Dairy Farm To Let By Tender 1824

 

Crime and Legal Matters

Licensing Session Opposed 1890

 

Education

Greenways School

Greenways School               Advertisement for Greenways School 1947                   Fire at Greenways School 1948                 Advertisement for Greenways School 1964   

                   

Employment and Business

Game Licenses 1824-1839                 Select Commissioners for Land & Assessed Taxes 1842                  South Wilts Chamber of Agriculture 1890

Miscellaneous Documents

People and Parish Notables

Falstone Day Book 1645-1653 High Sheriffs for Wiltshire 1758-1856
Family Notices 1800-1899 Warminster & South Wilts Farmers' Club 1840 Sheriff Nominations & Appointments 1845
Hunting Appointments 1849-1936    Presentation to John Ravenhill 1870 South & West Wilts Hounds 1889
Wiltshire Agricultural Association 1888-1890    

Rowland Allanson-Winn, 5th Baron Headley 1855-1935 - also known as Shaikh Rahmatullah al-Farooq. Owned and lived at Ashton Gifford House from 1929 until his death 

Census Returns Transcripts      

1841       1851       1861      1871       1881        1891

Coroners Bills

County coroners were introduced in England in around 1194 once established other boroughs and liberties sought the right to have their own coroner. Often in Medieval times the coroner also assumed the role of the sheriff and his duties weren't limited to holding inquests on dead bodies although almost a full time post they were unpaid for the duties apart from those that were deemed murder of manslaughter when they would receive 13s. 4d. From the 24th June 1752 a law was passed allowing the coroner to claim £1 for every inquest they attended not held in a gaol and also to claim 9d per mile travel allowance from the place of residence. Inquests held in any gaol were performed at a rate totalling no more than £1. These costs were to be paid from the county rates. In cases of homicide the coroner also received the former fee of 13s. 4d. The coroners submitted their bills at the quarter session sittings for approval.         Coroners Bills 1752-1796

Elections, Polls and Voters Lists

Poll of Freeholders 1772          Poll Book 1818

Inquest Reports

Sophia Harriett Ravenhill 1863                  Lily Farley 1905

Probate

Probate Notice of John Ravenhill 1878

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