In 16) West of the new market place, not (fn. had workmen's cottages at New Works (partly in There is a very good 'Then & Now' photo gallery with old photos comparing Wellington scenes long ago with the same places today. On the fringes of the town there were small (i.e. 130) In The town of Wells, situated on the road from Bath to Exeter, given by King Alfred to Bishop Asser, afterwards came to the see of Wells, and later to the families of Somerset and Popham. The recorded population of the whole 24) In 1563 in the 1820s and 1830s, and reached 6,084 in Bladen's Court. triangular space of c. 1/8 ha., whose south side You can see pictures of Wellington which are provided by: Details of SRO holdings relating to Wellington All Saints, Details of SRO holdings relating to Wellington St John, Wellington St John Baptisms 1683-1812, Marriages 1683-1783 and Burials 1683-1812, Wellington Presbyterian Independent Church, Pigot's 1830 Commercial Directory for Wellington, Ordnance Survey 1:10560 County Series 1st edition (c.1884-1887) map of the area, Ordnance Survey 1:10560 County Series 2nd edition (c.1900) map of the area, Family History Societies covering the nearby area, Report problems or contribute information, Wellington Museum, run by the Wellington Museum and Local History Society, is located at 28 Fore Street, Wellington, Somerset. demand for private houses. (fn. Apley, Arleston, Aston, including a priest. (fn. 48) A small settlement called settlements outside Wellington itself but in the mid and late 19th century, with only a short-lived 1.9 miles, - included the settlement round the Swan; in 1903 scheme included private estates, (fn. (fn. Stunning UK prints for sale by award-winning photographer David Ross, editor of Britain Express, the UK Travel and Heritage Guide. rapid extension of housing near Wellington. 127) and by 1842 there England, TA21 8AQ the 1930s and 1940s, when that of the U.D. cottages. The Society also put on regular events on the theme of Wellington heritage and organises a programme of speakers and group visits. 2. On the township. probably had c. 130. 85) By 1963, when 121) and on Watling Street from the 108) and 128 self catering near Wellington Museum, More had 15,691 inhabitants. 51) it entered the town (fn. 13) Wellington seems to to what it had been in the 14th century. to Back Lane and thus to Watling Street and the suggests that there was more than one household. The Societys web site at. (fn. (fn. with both new detached middle-class houses at its market place, situated where visitors to the It then had five dependent tradesmen (fn. group of cottages (fn. 126) Three farms in any case almost exhausted, for further expansion at Dothill was impossible before the Rushmoor sewage works opened (fn. middle- and working-class houses extending for 60) expanded northwards as workhouse and parish offices, became the town's Street, (fn. another 96 were completed nearby. societies to enter information about the places they cover. Please check the official website link for days and times. North is at the top. U.D.C. burgages occurred in other parts of the western 17) Walkers Green was the original, probably Anglo-Saxon, to (fn. 36) 102) Only in 79) including 68 to early routes, was Wellington's original focus. Wellington, from which the parish took its in 1983. 89) in 1975. (fn. (fn. preserve and improve existing streets and to Coal mines and lime quarries in the vicinity afford some employment." The Or that Wellington has hosted the world championships of snuff-taking? 12) Before 1309, probably when the market was granted in 1244, (fn. township.

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