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Bremhill (East & West Tytherton) - The OPC is Teresa Lewis

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East Tytherton photo gallery

Buildings and Land

Owners of Land 1873


Crime and Legal Matters

Crime Reports 1850-1899



Kellys 1931


Emigration and Migrations

Strays Index


Non Conformity & Other Places of Worship

Moravian Church

For images of some of the memorial stones for this burial ground please read the document "The Moravian Burial Ground" which can be found below.   Nigel Pocock should be consulted on all Moravian issues he may be contacted via the drop down menu on the home page

Moravian Burial Ground Moravian Memorial Stones  Moravian People Buried at East Tytherton 1748-1951
Lamb's Acre Burial Ground c1748-c1767
Moravian Church Centenary Jubilee 1848
Moravian Excavations and Finds 2007-2009

Moravian Church Members

Benigna Briant 1707-1763 John Briant 1716-1763 John Bright 1714-1752 John Frey 1721-1777 George Gingell 1703-1748  
Thomas Hughes 1719-1794 John Morrel 1704-1784 John Nichols 1724-1785 Thomas Russell 1712-1760  Richard Scott 1714-1749  


Moravian Faith

Donations to the Moravian Mission Introduction to the Moravian Faith at East Tytherton Moravian Funeral Ceremony Described 1828
Will of Mary Seager Hulbert of Calne Proved 1857
Moravian Archive Material 1880-1951

Moravian Education

Moravian Girls School 1794-1939               Harriet Maynard 1850-1906

Moravian People                    

Leonora Carr - Born Into Slavery

Slavery in Wiltshire - Hard to believe perhaps but since Bristol was so close it would be naive of us to believe that slaves brought into England via that port failed to be bought by wealthy Moonrakers - The Georgian House in Bath is known to have had several slaves working both in the house and outside in the grounds.  Here we read in four instalments about the life of one such slave Leanora Carr - A slave born of a slave mother in Antigua and raised as a Moravian. 

Part 1      Part 2      Part 3      Part 4

A History of Three East Tytherton Families - Pocock, Long and Collett

Read about these family histories in five parts including many images   Part 1        Part 2       Part 3        Part 4         Part 5

Moravian OPC Feedback 

To read some of the feedback and success generated by the OPC Scheme please read 'The Fruits of OPC Inquiries'


Quakers of East Tytherton


People and Parish Notables


Almost Fatal Accident 1853 (East) 

Census Returns Transcripts

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Family Notices

1800-1849 (East)          1800-1849 (West)         1850-1899 (East)           1900-1949 (East)               


John Whittle 1852 (East)   

Personal Research Items

Tuck Family Research Burial Extracts (East) - These items were donated by Ken Tuck and contains entries that may or may not relate to the Tuck family however they have been published as such.  Many references to Quaker entries may be found from across the county.



National Probate Index 1858-1966

Parishioners Wills

Mary Guy Proved 1827          Penelope Gay Proved 1832          Priscilla Smallcomb Proved 1849          Alice Spackman 1828       


War, Conflict and Military Matters

Calne & District Casualty Lists WWI         


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