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Bremhill (Foxham & Spirthill) - The OPC is Teresa Lewis

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Wesleyan Chapel, Spirthill Wesleyan Chapel, Spirthill

Foxham Photo Gallery                Spirthill Photogallery

The Church St. John the Baptist

Registers held at WSHC

Baptisms 1850-1911
Marriages None Listed
Burials 1850-1911

 

Buildings and Land

Fires in Foxham and Spirthill 1800-1849               Sale of West End Farm 1853               Owners of Land 1873

 

Crime and Legal Matters

Crime Reports 1850-1899             Bastardy Examination Fry v Williams 1855               Bastardy Examinations 1855-1864           

 

Directories

Kellys 1931 (Foxham)               Kellys 1931 (Spirthill)

 

Education

School & Education News 1850-1899

 

Employment and Business

Christmas Fare at Devizes 1870

 

Non Conformity and Other Places of Worship

Wesleyan Chapel at Spirthill

The building is dated 1825 but was registered as newly built in 1929.  Is is a red brick building with a pan tiles roof.  The window and door surrounds are made of ashlar stone.  The windows are of a Gothic style and are two light traceries with small glass panes.  There are two large south side windows and keystones above the doors.  In 1987 the building was being used as a store room.

 

People and Parish Notables

Foxham People Gallery

Coroners Bills 1752-1796 Brothers in Brawl 1835 Royal Wedding Gifts Presented to the Children of Foxham 1840
Family Notices 1850-1899 Family Notices 1900-1949 Almost Married 1921

Inquest Reports

Foxham

Alfred Matthews 1864                 David Reeves 1864

Spirthill

John King 1870

Personal Research Items

Tuck Family Research Burial Extracts (Foxham) - This item was 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 refer to Quaker burials found across the county

Tuck Family Research Burial Extracts (Spirthill) - This item was 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 refer to Quaker burials found across the county

 

Probate

Probate Notice of Charles Vines 1868

 

Poor Law, Charity and The Workhouse

Thomas Fry (Freegard), Legacy to the Poor 1873

 

War, Conflict and Military Matters

Roll of Honour WWI St. John The Baptist               Calne & District Casualty Lists 1914-1918                 WWI Casualty - Matthews, Sidney Herbert 

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0 #2 Admin Manager - Teresa Lewis 2018-11-12 06:51
A quick Google shows,I believe, that Naish House Farm is still operational and is owned by the Satchell Family. Google maps seems to show the property up the road slightly coming around the bend where the chapel is situated.
 
 
0 #1 dubbleduk 2018-11-12 02:31
Was Naish house farm just behind this chapel at spirthill ?
 

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