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Wiltshire

Holt

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Holt

Extract from Post Office Directory (1855):

Holt is a pleasant village, and ecclesiastical parish, formed in 1846, in the civil parish, hundred, union, and county court district of Bradford, Salisbury diocese, Wilts archdeaconry and Potterne rural deanery, 2 miles north-east from Bradford, 2¼ north from Trowbridge and 3 south-west from Melksham.

The church of St Catherine is an ancient stone structure and consists of chancel, nave and aisles with square embattled tower and 5 bells, the east window, and one in the south aisle, are of stained glass. The register dates from 1580. The living is a vicarage, yearly value £180, in the gift of the Dean and Chapter of Bristol, and held by the Rev. Herbert Henry Moseley, B.A., of St John’s College, Cambridge.

There is a National school, and a chapel and school for Independents, and a substantial stone building erected in 1873 for a reading room for the working classes.



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