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re-NEW-ed Publications

Eight sets of records, that were transcribed in the 1990s and either faded into the background or were never actually published, have been made available in newly formatted publications:

Wiltshire Land Tax 1780 – CD 11 – 16619 records of property owners and occupiers.

Wiltshire Confirmations 1703-1920 – CD 13 – 27122 events.

Wiltshire Non-Conformist records – CD 14 – 21822 events.

Wiltshire Strays in Gloucester Gaol – 19th century men and women from Wiltshire in Gloucester Gaol, giving date, name, trade and abode

Wiltshire Emigration Association 1849-51 – A scheme to settle Wiltshire people in Australia, with names, birth dates, abode, marriage dates and family members.

Wiltshire Fire Insurance Policy holders 1714-1731 – 1239 records giving name, abode, year and Guildhall Library reference.

Wiltshire Apprentices: Parish, Charity and Private – 6392 records giving name, abode, trade, date of indenture and details of master.

Broad Town Charity Apprentices – 4428 records giving name, abode, trade and master.

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Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre Newsletter September 2020

The Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre Newsletter is now available through the link here.

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Free access to Ancestry

If you don’t have a subscription to Ancestry, you could use the facility in re-opened Wiltshire public libraries.  Library members can make use of the subscription to Ancestry.co.uk  or use their own laptops, tablets or smart phones to connect via the public wi-fi.  From 24th August Corsham, Devizes, Warminster, Chippenham, Salisbury and Trowbridge will be open.  See here for more information.

New Publication - Wiltshire Constabulary

We have recently published our largest publication "Wiltshire Constabulary Police Officers Appointed 1839-1927".

At 523 pages it is only available in print, on CD  as a download through GENfair.

It is a transcript of original records held at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, supported by two indexes; one by name and the other by police number. Wiltshire Constabulary re-issued its numbers as they became available.

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