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About The Project

 

The OPC Project concept was the original idea of family historians in Cornwall who launched the first OPC project;  Devon and Dorset followed next, and there are several now more counties taking part.  The idea is to assist those who are researching their family history in a specific parish who might otherwise have difficulty accessing information at record offices, etc.  The Wiltshire OPC Project began tentatively in 2006 and has grown from strength to strength.  Information is organised by the historic Church of England parishes within the county.  Although there is a strong focus on genealogical information, we also include historical and social information.  All parishes have been registered as one-place studies.    We now have a diary page which will be updated from time to time.  You can also follow us on Twitter and on Facebook.          Put a face to the name - meet your OPC Team.  

 

Funding

The new management team face new challenges and we will keep the site running for as long as we can.  We intend to keep the site as a free to use facility but the time has come to follow other projects of a similar genre and give our users the opportunity of making a small donation to assist us to keep the site running for the longer good.  With that in mind we have set up a     Go Fund Me page     the purpose of this is to raise enough money to help us cover the running costs for the foreseeable future.   Please note that this is a voluntary donation and is not a requirement to use this site.  The site will remain free to anyone who wishes to use the information we provide.  

The people who run the site do so as volunteers and receive no financial rewards whatsoever so please be assured that your donation will be used to maintain the site and for no other purpose.  We do hope you understand our move in this direction and thank you all in advance for any support you give.     

 

Surname Interests

We have decided to create some files via Facebook to accommodate those members who would like to register their surname interests.  Our Facebook group currently has over 700 members.

 

Photo Galleries

Our photo galleries can be found all over the website - mainly published on parish pages under the category headings.  We are currently displaying these galleries via Google Photos.  Tagging of each photograph means you can see what the image is etc.  Sadly there is still no sort in file order facility with Google Photos.  Admin is constantly requesting Google to add this sort option.  

 

A Little Information About Using This Website  

As mentioned previously information is laid out within parishes.  There is also a page to cover the whole of the county and also a military page which relates to the county as a whole.  There are also pages for research inquiries and other general information just explore the drop down menus at the top of the page.  Most pages follow a set layout to assist you in finding information quickly under categories which have a set order.  The Categories are Neighbouring Parishes (Contiguous); Websites; Parish Church; Parish History; Buildings & Land; Crime & Legal Matters; Directories; Education; Emigration & Migration; Employment & Business; Miscellaneous Items; Non Conformity & Other Places of Worship; People & Parish Notables; Poor Law, Charity & The Workhouse; Probate; War, Conflict and Military.  Under Transcriptions at the bottom of the page can be found any Baptisms, Marriages, Burials & Census that have been completed.  Categories will contain sub headings but these should be selective and contain a series of documents of the same kind such as parishioners wills.  The documents themselves will normally follow a layout of oldest items first reading from left to right in columns of 3 or 4 items per row.  The documents are linked to a pdf format and the title should be descriptive but concise so that you can see what you are likely to find within.  Where there is a tithing or hamlet that has a fair amount of information these will have a tab (page) within that parish towards the end of the page.  Photo Galleries can be found by following the links on parish pages or by accessing the main gallery section at the top of the page.   The most recent parishes or items updated or expanded can be found by clicking on the images under the 3 headings towards the top of the home page.  

Although most items are published on parish pages please also check the Wiltshire Additional Parish Page, Wiltshire County Wide Page, Wiltshire Military Page and the Nationwide Page.  All of these may contain additional information not published on a parish page.  

Due to the nature of the project some pages will hold more information than others.  New items are being added to the site daily.

As you can see from the Memorial Days Section to the right of the page we are adding as many soldiers memorial days as we can.  If anyone knows of soldiers whose deaths are not yet listed please let the admin team know.  You may check which names are included by browsing through the calendar facility on this page.  

We have a motto at the Wiltshire OPC :-

What May or May Not Be of Interest to You Will Be of Interest to Someone

 

What is an OPC?

An OPC (on-line parish clerk) is a volunteer member of the public who "adopts" a parish in Wiltshire becoming its custodian.  The OPC is then able to research the parish and transcribe historical and genealogical information for that particular parish which may be of value to family history researchers and social historians.  Our motto is "What may or may not be of interest to you, will be of interest to others".  This information is gathered from many different sources, for example, parish registers, census records, churchwardens and overseers accounts, historical wills, business and trade directories, church and village histories, newspaper reports, war casualty lists, etc.  An on-line parish clerk should not be confused with a parish clerk engaged by a parish council or parochial church council.    

 

Adopt a Parish and Become an OPC

Firstly, you do not need to live in Wiltshire, or even in the UK, to become an OPC.  We have OPC's in Australia, Canada, Holland, England, New Zealand, India, Scotland and several in Wiltshire itself!  Some OPC's choose to adopt a particular parish because their ancestors hailed from that village or town or because they once lived there themselves; some just want to be part of a voluntary project to help family history researchers worldwide.  Others choose their parish because of a subject interest such as Australian Soldiers of WWI buried in the county or perhaps a certain story about the village has triggered an interest.  Once you adopt a parish then you become its custodian by researching and building on the resources on the parish page.  Even if a parish is adopted then other contributors are still welcome to submit items for inclusion.           More about Volunteering

You may feel you don't have the time to adopt a parish, but you can still support the Wiltshire OPC project by:-

  • donating information you may have at home - school photographs, directories, village history booklets - in fact, any historical information on a Wiltshire parish
  • transcribing - we can email records to you to transcribe at home at your own pace
  • taking photographs in Wiltshire - war memorials, buildings, village scenes, plaques, etc.
  • Assisting with the  running of the website by taking on a specific task. 

If you would like to help with any of the above please contact the OPC of the parish you can help with or if the parish is vacant, contact our Administrator.  Please note that you will need to register and sign in to contact OPC's/Administrator (via the Contact Us tab at the top of this page)            

For a complete list of vacant parishes and other positions you could help with please visit our Vacancy page          For items needing to be transcribed please visit our Resources Page

 

Site Statistics

During August 2019 OPC's and transcribers uploaded 217 items to parish pages (including updated documents).  New and updated documents added as we go through September 2019 will be published here.  New images are added to our galleries on a regular basis.  We are always working on new items and information to add to the site and currently hold a large of amount of items to be loaded (however much more information is available elsewhere to be gathered in and processed).  We are currently working on a census transcribing programme as a priority, this is coming along pretty well considering we have a small team working on this.  We are also reviewing documents under copyright and GDP Regulations.  This may mean that some items will no longer be available to the website until they have been re-transcribed.

At the beginning of each month the site holdings list is updated to show what can be found on parish pages and elsewhere on the site at present we have over 24600 items on parish pages.  Items are annotated with either Submitted or Revised.  Submitted items being the original items transcribed and Revised being those that have additional information added or have been reformatted.  The date of when any item was updated can be found at the foot of the published document; the original upload date is in the left hand column, the date when the item was uploaded with changes is in the right hand date column. 

We currently have 55 OPC's and 4 Consultants who cover between them 112 of the 336 parishes available.   We also have 25 transcribers registered (not all active at present).   Also we have 10 specific task holders of which 6 are administrators.  

The site currently has over 640 registered returning users (figures may be reduced after removal of expired accounts) and the web site has been visited over 459760 times.

 

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Copyright & Disclaimer

We think it is important that our users understand the strengths and limitations of this website.  The OPC Project aims to provide historical and genealogical information without charge that researchers might pay a fee for elsewhere.  OPC's voluntarily provide this information, often at their own expense by purchasing documents to transcribe.  In most cases their transcriptions are not checked by anyone other than themselves.   

Our OPC’s and volunteers are aware that material submitted for this site must be within copyright law and accreditation must be given where necessary.  Our Administrator checks items as they are submitted, however, occasionally an item may ‘slip through the net.’  If this occurs, we apologise most sincerely and will correct the issue immediately upon notification.

We don't guarantee to be perfect!  All information should be taken as a guide only and the original source consulted wherever possible.  In many cases this will be the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre.   Please note that some items are published to parish pages and are incomplete, such items will be updated as and when new information is transcribed.  These are mainly ongoing projects such as the national probate index, strays index, etc.

Please note that OPC's are unable to undertake family history research for our users, but we are always willing, where possible, to advise where the information being sought might be found.

If you find this site useful please tell others - if you have a problem with it then please tell us.  Users of the site are invited to leave comments/constructive criticism &c. in the box at the foot of each parish page or in our guest book.  You may also rate the page using the star option on each parish page.  Thank you.  

GDPR Notice.  For our user policy and information on how we use your personal data then please go to our Privacy Information Page

 

Funding

Please Consider Helping Us Improve This Website - Up Until Now We Have Asked For No Financial Donations - Just a Little Time or Some Photographs or Documents that you are willing to share with us.  Circumstances Now Mean We Need to Ask for the Occasional Financial Donation.  If You Wish to Help by Transcribing or Donating Books, Photographs and Transcripts then contact the Administrator.  If You Could Help with a Small Donation Then You May Do So Via Our Just Giving Appeal.  Thank you to all who have made a donation since the launch of the appeal to each and everyone of you we are most grateful.  The money we raise is used solely for the maintenance and advancement of the site.  Thank you all for your support the team appreciate it very much.  

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Today We Remember Wiltshires' Heroic & Famous Sons and Daughters - Their Births, Deaths & Sacrifice

Sat Sep 21
#United Nations World Peace Day - an event to encourage the end of violence and conflict around the word whether it be war or in the home or just to end a family feud
Sat Sep 21
Aldbourne - 1914 - Private CHARLES MARTIN
Sat Sep 21
Aldbourne - 1915 - Corporal HERBERT HEDGES
Sat Sep 21
Ashton Keynes - 1919 - Sergeant H. R. TELLING
Sat Sep 21
Bishopstone (Wilton) & Milford - 1914 - Private WILLIAM STEVENS
Sat Sep 21
Chippenham - 1917 - Lieutenant WILLIAM THOMAS GRANGER
Sat Sep 21
East Knoyle & Salisbury- 1959 - Surgeon & Royal Navy Commander EDWIN FOLLIOTT
Sat Sep 21
Stratton St. Margaret (Lower Stratton) - 1917 - Private ALBERT E. SCULL
Sat Sep 21
Stratton St. Margaret (Upper Stratton) - 1915 - Private WALTER MATTHEWS
Sat Sep 21 @10:00AM - 09:00PM
^Calne Heritage Week
Sun Sep 22
!Swindon - 1904 - The first electric trams were seen on the streets.
Sun Sep 22
*Amesbury, Salisbury & Shrewton - 1934 - Sir CECIL HERBERT CHUBB, donor of Stonehenge to the Nation died in London. He attended Bishops Wordsworth School, Salisbury and had been born in Shrewton
Sun Sep 22
Bradford-on-Avon - 1917 - Lance Corporal FRANCIS HENRY BUTCHER
Sun Sep 22
Bradford-on-Avon, Broughton Gifford, Great Chalfield & Winsley - 1918 - Private FREDERICK WILLIAM JAMES YOUNG
Sun Sep 22
Britford ( East Harnham) - 1914 - Private JOHN FRANCIS FREESTONE
Sun Sep 22
Dinton - 1919 - Boy Telegraphist CECIL CLAUDE TAYLOR
Sun Sep 22
Donhead St. Mary (Charlton) - 1915 - Lance Corporal SAMUEL BLANDFORD
Sun Sep 22
Stratton St. Margaret & Swindon - 1944 - Marine JACK ERNEST WILLIAM MAISEY
Sun Sep 22
Sutton Veny - 1914 - Bombardier SIDNEY ARTHUR HINTON
Sun Sep 22 @10:00AM - 09:00PM
^Calne Heritage Week
Mon Sep 23
Bishopstone (Wilton) & Broad Chalke - 1914 - Private ALBERT GURD
Mon Sep 23
Chippenham - 1917 - Gunner HENRY TOMKIN(S)
Mon Sep 23
Maddington, Milford and Salisbury - 1916 - Lance Corporal EDGAR ROBERT FOAKES
Mon Sep 23
Milford & Salisbury - 1915 - Private HARRY VICTOR BEAVEN
Mon Sep 23
South Wraxall - 1944 - Major WALTER DAVID FRANCIS LONG (Viscount Wraxall).
Tue Sep 24
*Bremhill, Chicklade & Salisbury - 1762 - WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES, Poet, Critic & Clergyman was born in King's Sutton, Northamptonshire. He had strong connections to all three parishes.
Tue Sep 24
Donhead St. Mary - 1942 - Signalman HAROLD JOHN ANTELL
Tue Sep 24
Fovant & Stratford Sub Castle - 1919 - Private ROBERT BLAYLOCK
Tue Sep 24
Luckington - 1917 - Gunner HENRY FREDERICK HALLIDAY
Tue Sep 24
Swindon - 1915 - Lance Corporal TIMOTHY O'KEEFE
Tue Sep 24
Swindon - 1944 - Pilot Officer ALFRED ASTLE
Wed Sep 25
!1915 - Battle of Loos commenced, and would continue until 8th October. 59,000 British & 26,000 German casualties
Wed Sep 25
Aldbourne & Baydon - 1915 - Private OLIVER JOHN RAZEY
Wed Sep 25
Aldbourne - 1915 - Private JOHN EATWELL
Wed Sep 25
Alton Barnes & Alton Priors - 1915 - Private FREDERICK WARWICK
Wed Sep 25
Avebury, Broad Hinton & Hankerton - 1915 - Lance Corporal ALFRED CHARLES HAYES
Wed Sep 25
Bratton & East Coulston - 1915 - Private FRANK PEARCE
Wed Sep 25
Bratton - 1915 - Private ERNEST LESLIE MOORE
Wed Sep 25
Bremhill - 1918 - Gunner TOM PONTING
Wed Sep 25
Chippenham & Minety - 1915 - Private TOM CANTER
Wed Sep 25
Chippenham - 1915 - Lance Corporal ALFRED GEORGE HUNT
Wed Sep 25
Chippenham - 1915 - Lieutenant Colonel MAURICE GORDON HEATH
Wed Sep 25
Chippenham - 1915 - Sergeant PERCY POWELL
Wed Sep 25
Codford (St. Mary) & Kilmington - 1915 - Private ALBERT FREDERICK WARD
Wed Sep 25
Dinton & Fonthill Gifford - 1915 - Private GEORGE FURNELL
Wed Sep 25
Donhead St. Andrew - 1915 - Lieutenant CECIL DASHWOOD MILMAN FOWLER
Wed Sep 25
Great Wishford - 1915 - Private ALFRED WILLIAMS
Wed Sep 25
Hindon - 1915 - Private ALBERT GEORGE BURT
Wed Sep 25
Milford & Salisbury - 1915 - Lance Corporal CHARLES PALMER
Wed Sep 25
Milford & Salisbury - 1915 - Private ALBERT EDWARD BURBAGE
Wed Sep 25
Yatesbury - 1918 - Private HERBERT HARRY TALBOT
Wed Sep 25
Yatton Keynell - 1817 - Soldier WILLIAM EARLE GODFREY
Thu Sep 26
!1918 - Battle of the Argonne commenced it was the final major battle of WWI lasting until 11 November 1918
Thu Sep 26
Allington & Boscombe - 1915 - Private ERNEST EDWARD EDMUNDS
Thu Sep 26
Berwick Bassett, Heddington & Winterbourne Monkton - 1915 - Rifleman JOHN HENRY PEARCE
Thu Sep 26
Chippenham (Allington) - 1915 - Private RICHARD EDWARD JOHN (JACK) WILKINS
Thu Sep 26
Chippenham - 1915 - Captain GEOFFREY MERVYN UNDERHILL WILSON
Thu Sep 26
Chippenham - 1915 - Private EDWARD H. CARVEY
Thu Sep 26
Chippenham - 1916 - Private FRANK MORTIMER WEBB
Thu Sep 26
Donhead St. Mary & Tollard Royal - 1917 - Private BERTIE HAROLD BENNETT
Thu Sep 26
East Harnham - 1915 - Corporal FREDERICK WILLIAM STOKES
Thu Sep 26
North Bradley - 1916 - Gunner WALTER FRANK WEBB
Thu Sep 26
Rowde - 1941 - Pilot Officer/Observer PAUL FRANCIS OPPERMAN
Thu Sep 26
Stratton St. Margaret - 1917 - Private ALBERT GEORGE YEATES
Thu Sep 26
Sutton Veny - 1915 - Lance Corporal HAROLD CHARLES COOPER
Thu Sep 26
Warminster - 1915 - Private WALLIS WALTER PRINCE
Thu Sep 26
Worton & Marston - 1915 - Private HERBERT A. DUNFORD
Thu Sep 26
^1972 - The American Museum of Immigration opened on Liberty Island, New York. It closed in 1991 when a new museum opened on Ellis Island.
Fri Sep 27
!1694 - A hurricane hits Carlisle Bay, Barbados; 27 British ships sink & 3,000 die
Fri Sep 27
*Aldbourne - 1956 - GERALD FINZI, composer & musicographer died in hospital at Oxford. He was a resident of the parish.
Fri Sep 27
Aldbourne - 1918 - Lieutenant WILLIAM HEDGES, MC
Fri Sep 27
Alderton & Box - 1918 - Private PERCY JASPER GARLAND GODWIN
Fri Sep 27
Amesbury - 1940 - Company Sergeant Major & Custodian of Stonehenge FRANCIS HENRY ROLAND
Fri Sep 27
Avebury - 1918 - Private WILLIAM JAMES BOWSHER
Fri Sep 27
Blackland - 1917 - Major SIDNEY MILES TOPPIN
Fri Sep 27
Box - 1917 - Private ARTHUR WALTER FORD
Fri Sep 27
Bremhill & Calne - 1915 - Private FREDERICK HERBERT SUMMERS
Fri Sep 27
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Fri Sep 27
Chippenham - 1914 - Private ROBERT BLANCHARD
Fri Sep 27
Chippenham - 1918 - Private WILLIAM FRANCIS EMERY
Fri Sep 27
Chippenham - 1918 - Private WILLIAM ROSE
Fri Sep 27
Codford (St. Mary) - 1914 - Private WILLIAM COOPER
Fri Sep 27
Compton Chamberlayne - 1915 - Private ARTHUR HENRY JAMES COOMBS
Fri Sep 27
Devizes - 1918 - Sergeant WILLIE TAYLOR
Fri Sep 27
Durrington - 1918 - Private CYRIL BACHELOR/BATCHELOR
Fri Sep 27
Stratton St. Margaret (Lower Stratton) - 1917 - Private ERNEST EWART COOK
Sat Sep 28
*Aldbourne & Bishops Cannings - 1977 - IDA GANDY, author, died in Oxfordshire. She lived for many years in Aldbourne and was born in Bishops Cannings. She is buried in the churchyard at Aldbourne
Sat Sep 28
Ashton Keynes & Cherhill - 1918 - Gunner THOMAS GRUBB
Sat Sep 28
Bradford-on-Avon - 1917 - Private HENRY SAMUEL HART
Sat Sep 28
Bradford-on-Avon - 1918 - Company Quartermaster Sergeant WILFRED PERCY BURNETT
Sat Sep 28
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Sat Sep 28
Chippenham - 1917 - Corporal FRED HUDD
Sat Sep 28
Potterne - 1915 - Sergeant FRANK YARDE
Sat Sep 28
Stratton St. Margaret (Kingsdown) - 1917 - Gunner ARTHUR GEORGE MAPSON
Sat Sep 28
Stratton St. Margaret - 1916 - Private LEWIS EDWIN KENNEWELL
Sat Sep 28
Yatton Keynell - 1944 - Lance Bombardier HERBERT SAMUEL VAUGHAN
Sun Sep 29
Aldbourne & Upavon - 1918 - Private BERTIE MAYNARD
Sun Sep 29
Bradford-on-Avon - 1917 - Gunner ALBERT VICTOR MILLARD
Sun Sep 29
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Sun Sep 29
Chippenham & Marlborough (College) - 1915 - Captain EVELYN SEPPINGS WILSON
Sun Sep 29
Chippenham - 1917 - Lance Corporal FREDERICK BERTRAM PINFIELD
Sun Sep 29
Holt - 1915 - Private WILLIAM EDWARD HODGES
Sun Sep 29
Stratton St. Margaret (Upper Stratton) - 1918 - Able Seaman JABEZ HALE STAPLES
Sun Sep 29
Stratton St. Margaret (Upper Stratton) - 1918 - Private FREDERICK CHARLES SMITH
Sun Sep 29
Swallowcliffe & Winterbourne Dauntsey - 1915 - Private HAROLD CHARLES MAY
Sun Sep 29
Tollard Royal - 1917 - Gunner FREDERICK SWEETING
Sun Sep 29
Tollard Royal - 1918 - Private HARRY EDWARD CASE
Mon Sep 30
Aldbourne, Milton Lilbourne & Ramsbury - 1918 - Corporal RICHARD FRANK GREGORY
Mon Sep 30
Ansty - 1944 - Leading Aircraftman GEORGE FRANK BROWN
Mon Sep 30
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Mon Sep 30
Chicklade & Hindon - 1915 - Lance Corporal REGINALD GARFIELD HACKER
Mon Sep 30
Downton & East Harnham - 1915 - Sergeant ALBERT EDWARD CARD
Mon Sep 30
Milford - 1914 - Shoeing Smith/Corporal THOMAS JAMES GASCOIGNE
Tue Oct 01
*Fonthill Gifford - 1760 - WILLIAM THOMAS BECKFORD, Writer, Art Collector and Politician was born in London. Had a long association to Fonthill
Tue Oct 01
Alderbury - 1942 - Lance Sergeant - WALTER NORMAN WATHEN
Tue Oct 01
Ashton Keynes - 1917 - Private WALTER J. ELLISON
Tue Oct 01
Bradford-on-Avon & Holt - 1918 - Lance Corporal VICTOR WALLACE ALFORD
Tue Oct 01
Bramshaw - 1881 - Lieutenant Colonel EUSTACE HEATHCOTE
Tue Oct 01
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Tue Oct 01
Chippenham - 1942 - Sapper ALEXANDER SIDNEY C. MACDONALD LAKE
Tue Oct 01
Donhead St. Andrew - 1918 - Private ERNEST HENRY LAWES
Tue Oct 01
Everleigh - 1916 - Major ASTON GIFFARD ASTLEY
Tue Oct 01
Milford - 1916 - 2nd Lieutenant ERIC TOMLINSON MARTIN
Wed Oct 02
Amesbury - 1915 - Major General FREDERICK DRUMMOND VINCENT WING
Wed Oct 02
Ashton Keynes, Rodbourne Cheney (Haydon Wick) & Swindon - 1917 - Private WALTER MAISEY
Wed Oct 02
Bulkington, North Bradley & Semington - 1918 - Private ALBERT CHARLES PERRETT
Wed Oct 02
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Wed Oct 02
Chippenham - 1944 - Corporal LESLIE HERBERT TIMBRELL
Wed Oct 02
Coombe Bissett - 1918 - Second Lieutenant HUGH DIMSDALE ETHERIDGE, M.C., M.M.
Wed Oct 02
Hindon - 1942 - Lance Corporal DENNIS LESLIE SMALL
Wed Oct 02
Holt - 1918 - Bombardier ALBERT HENRY JOHNSON
Thu Oct 03
Bratton - 1943 - Flying Officer VINCENT LONGMEAD HYATT
Thu Oct 03
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Thu Oct 03
Chippenham - 1918 - Sergeant ELISHA FRANK JONES M.M.
Thu Oct 03
Semington - 1916 - Lieutenant Colonel HARRY BRUGES FISHER
Thu Oct 03
Stratton St. Margaret (Gorsehill) & Swindon - 1918 - Private HAROLD AUSTIN GOSLING
Fri Oct 04
*Salisbury (Cathedral & Close) - 1896 - DOROTHY LAWRENCE (Sapper), Freelance Journalist & Author was born this day at Hendon, Middlesex.
Fri Oct 04
*Salisbury (Cathedral & Close) - 1964 - DOROTHY LAWRENCE (Sapper), Freelance Journalist and Author, died this day at Friern Hospital, Barnet, buried in an unmarked grave at New Southgate Cemetery.
Fri Oct 04
Ansty - 1916 - Sergeant F. H. BAILEY
Fri Oct 04
Bradford-on-Avon - 1918 - Private WILLIAM JOHN BROWN
Fri Oct 04
Britford - 1917 - Private FRANK JUDD
Fri Oct 04
Charlton (Malmesbury) - Between 27th September and 10th October 1915 Private FREDERICK GEORGE GREEN
Fri Oct 04
Chippenham & Derry Hill (Pewsham) - 1917 - Private GEORGE CHANDLER
Fri Oct 04
Chippenham - 1916 - Sapper JOHN WILLIAM BLANCHARD
Fri Oct 04
Chippenham - 1917 - Private ERNEST DAVID HANKS
Fri Oct 04
Chippenham - 1918 - Private 2nd Class GEORGE ALFRED BOTHWELL
Fri Oct 04
Durrington - 1917 - Lance Corporal SYDNEY THOMAS HARVEY
Fri Oct 04
Hindon - 1917 - Private THOMAS CHARLES GOODFELLOW
Fri Oct 04
Hungerford & Ramsbury - 1917 - Private THOMAS WILLIAM WOOTTON
Fri Oct 04
Imber & Orcheston St. George - 1917 - Private HAROLD HENRY KITLEY

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