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Rodbourne Cheney-Steeple Ashton

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Rodbourne Cheney-Steeple Ashton
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Rodbourne Cheney-Steeple Ashton (ff.116). Includes:- Survey of lands late Richard Harvest's in Rowde, 17th century, fol.4; original drawing of the Rudge cup (Romano-British) made for Sir R.C.Hoare, 'bought at Stourhead Library sale 1883', fol.5v; receipt for rent signed by Peter Vannes (later Latin Secretary, 1549), 1543, fol.16v; ordination of St Nicholas's hospital, Salisbury, 1245, paper copy, 17th century (printed in H.Hatcher and R.Benson, Old & New Sarum (1843), 733-4), fol.27; Seagry: pen drawings by Jackson of the old church, taken down 1849, and of Seagry House, fols.56v-60; sepia photographs of Seagry church, fols.56v, 57 (and loose); poem, Lines (in imitation of Crabbe) on Judith Pearce (murdered by a gipsy in Seagry, Nov.1820), fol.60; Selwood Forest: extracts, 1638, from Forest Rolls, 1227, extracts, 17th century, from Exchequer records, 1345, 1355, and later extracts by Jackson, fols.70-80; account of Sherrington church by W.P.Griffith, FSA, 25 Aug. 1856, fol.85; extract relating to the valuation of Wootton Bassett rectory 'pro John Thynne milit.', 23 Feb., 3 Edw.VI, fol.96v; Stanton St Quinton: sketches by Jackson of the old church, March 1851, before restoration, fol.102v; sketches of church, inn, etc., fol.104v; order by the Bp of Salisbury (Thomas Sherlock) to recall the rector of Stanton St Quinton, and other non-resident clergy, 1735, fol.105; release of claims by Henry Flower of West Ashton in Steeple Ashton, to John Harvest, 1627, fol.113.
Griffith, William Pettit (1815-1884), architect and archaeologist
Jackson, John Edward (1805-1891), Anglican clergyman, antiquary and librarian to Lord Bath
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