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Materials for a history of Cricklade,collected by the Cricklade Historical Society

Cricklade Historical Society.

Materials for a history of Cricklade,collected by the Cricklade Historical Society

by Cricklade Historical Society.

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Published by T.R.Thomson .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Preliminaries 12p-Index9p-Chapter 2,Early topography,by T.R.Thomson,the maps drawn byA.P.Maddocks8p-Chapter 8,Crickladein the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries,by C.T.Cuss16p.

Statementedited by T.R.Thomson. Preliminaries and index!. Chapters 2 and!8.
The Physical Object
Pagination3v22cm
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18756850M

Swindon and Cricklade Railway Company formed to re-lay the line between Moredon and Cricklade; leisure centre built off Stone Lane by Cricklade Community Association Church of England Controlled School is divided into 2 schools on same site, St. Sampson's Church of England Junior School and St. Sampson's Infants School. Friends of St Mary's, Cricklade, have a website with a great variety of local information, about the church and the parish, including history, photos, postcards, and a parish map.. St Mary's Church was declared redundant by the Church of England. In it became a Roman Catholic church. For information on this new use and the Roman Catholic parish, see the website of St. Thomas of Canterbury.

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Cricklade was created a borough by the Saxon king Alfred the Great in , and by the early 10th century it was sufficiently important to have a mint. Henry II granted the area a charter in , and Henry III (reigned –72) founded a hospital and granted a weekly market and three-day fair. During the 14th century the town formed part of the dowry of the queens of England. The Cricklade Club, Cricklade. K likes. Quirky cafe, bar and venue space for in Cricklade. Kitchen prepared food from our farm, local suppliers,craft beers and a great gin selection. On fri.


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CRICKLADE. CRICKLADE is a small town on the upper Thames, 10 km. north-west of the centre of Swindon and 11 km. south-east of Cirencester (Glos.). It was probably planned, built, and fortified c. and became the site of two parish churches, St Sampson's and St Mary's, whose parishes were united in This chapter is divided into three.

T R Thomson of Costorphine was a long-time resident of Cricklade and a moving spirit behind the establishment of the society. His book, Materials for a History of Cricklade, and various articles have served to preserve and enhance a study of local history in the town.

Swindon. Sheet One-Inch Map Seventh Series by Ordnance Survey and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Thomas Cricklade was possibly a descendant (but hardly a son) of Nicholas Cricklade, knight of the shire for Gloucestershire inand parliamentary burgess for Gloucester in A lawyer, he is first recorded inwhen he acted as surety for the defendants in a.

Thomson of Costorphine was a long-time resident of Cricklade and a moving spirit behind the establishment of the society. His book Materials for a History of Cricklade and various articles have enhanced the study of local history in the town.

Cricklade Mint – now part of Copenhagen’s Royal Collection. CRICKLADE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Pam Debenham, Chairman [email protected] nEWSLETTER Spring [email protected] Cricklade Historical Society Membership Fees Please remember that the AGM agreed that from the 1st Januarymembership fees.

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The Cricklade Museum was established by the Cricklade Historical Society who are responsible for its maintenance. The Museum is a key tourist attraction for Cricklade. The Museum, despite its small size, houses more t items in its collection.

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