List of illustrations

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Victoria County History

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Elizabeth Crittall (Editor)

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1965

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'List of illustrations', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 8: Warminster, Westbury and Whorwellsdown Hundreds (1965), pp. XI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16065 Date accessed: 25 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Thanks are due to the following for permission to reproduce material in their possession and for the loan of prints and paintings: Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Wiltshire Record Office, Wiltshire Times, Messrs. A. Laverton & Co. Ltd., Westbury, the Committee for Aerial Photography of the University of Cambridge, the Air Ministry, the Society of Antiquaries of London, the National Buildings Record, Country Life, Mr. H. N. Dewey, and Mr. David Robson.

Bratton, White Horse. Photograph by N. U. Grudgings, 1958 frontispiece
Corsley, Cley Hill, Iron Age fort. Photograph by J. K. St. Joseph, 1949 (Crown Copyright reserved), from the Cambridge University Collection facing page 14
Corsley House, c. 1863. Sketch by unknown artist in volume presented to Nathaniel Fletcher Barton, in Devizes Museum " 15
Fisherton de la Mere, part of map of 1742 in Wiltshire Record Office " 15
Pertwood church, 1804. Watercolour by John Buckler in Devizes Museum " 60
Corsley church, 1804. Watercolour by John Buckler in Devizes Museum " 60
Sutton Veny, church of St. Leonard, 1804. Watercolour by John Buckler in Devizes Museum " 61
Sutton Veny, church of St. Leonard, interior, 1866. Watercolour by Richard Kemm in Devizes Museum " 61
Sutton Veny, Polebridge House interior. Photograph by David Robson, 1964 " 61
Dinton House, since 1943 called Philipps House. Photograph, Country Life, 17 December 1943 " 76
Teffont Magna, village street. Eagle Photos., 1960 " 76
Bishopstrow, village street. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 94
Warminster, Byne House. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 94
Warminster, the former Ship Inn, c. 1898. Photograph in the possession of Mr. H. N. Dewey, Warminster " 95
Warminster, Town Hall, demolished 1830. Undated painting in the possession of Mr. H. N. Dewey, Warminster " 95
Westbury town centre. Aerofilms and Aero Pictorial Ltd., 1958 " 142
Bratton, the Court House. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 143
Bratton, Scott's Farm. Photograph by Geoffrey N. Wright, 1964 " 143
Warminster, malthouses. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 174
Dilton Marsh, weavers' workshop with master's house. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 174
Westbury Leigh, Dilton Mill, c. 1875. Photograph, National Buildings Record " 175
Westbury Leigh, Boyer's Mill, part of the works of Charles Case & Son Ltd., Westbury Leigh. Photograph by Roy Bennett, 1964 " 175
Westbury, Bitham Mill, part of the works of A. Laverton & Co. Ltd. Aerofilms and Aero Pictorial Ltd., 1958 " 180
Dilton church interior. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 180
Bratton, Baptist chapel. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1955 " 181
North Bradley, Baptist chapel. Photograph, Wiltshire Times, 1961 " 181
Steeple Ashton, the High Street. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 200
Steeple Ashton, a house in the High Street, c. 1850. Sketch by W. W. Wheatley in library of Society of Antiquaries of London (Jackson MSS.) " 200
West Ashton, Rood Ashton House. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1963 " 201
North Bradley, Daubeny Asylum. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964 " 201
Edington church. Eagle Photos., 1960 " 248
Local Cottages " 249
1. Steeple Ashton. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964
2. Keevil. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964
3. Warminster Common. Photograph in the possession of Mr. H. N. Dewey, Warminster
4. Dilton Marsh. Photograph by Margaret Tomlinson, 1964