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Wiltshire

Teffont Evias & Magna

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Teffont Evias & Teffont Magna

The Doomsday survey of Wiltshire in A.D. 1086 shows that the Manor of Teffont Evias was held by Alvred of Marlborough. There is no reference to Teffont Magna in Doomsday.

The earliest record of Teffont Evias Church is dated about A.D. 1200 when Petronilla, widow of Robert of Evias, granted the advowson (Right of Presentation to a Benefice) to Walter Husse.

The first church at Teffont Magna may have been built as a Chapel of Ease (chapel built for parishioners who live far from the Parish Church) to Dinton when that village was granted to the Abbey of Shaftesbury in Pre-Conquest times.



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Please visit the Wiltshire OPC website for details on how to register and make contact

Marion Kellow



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Additional resources online include:

Parish and Churches History, Maps (1810 & 1840), Crime Reports (1800-1849), Inmates of Gloucester Gaol (1815-1879), Bastardy Examinations (1853-1857 & 1859), Sir James Ley, 1st Earl of Marlborough, Casualties of WWI Honoured in the Diocese of Salisbury Memorial Book, Game List (1846)









6 Nov 2013

Online Parish Clerks Project

Wiltshire OPC

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