A Wiltshire village


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Highworth is a market town and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, about 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Swindon town centre. The 2011 Census recorded a population of 8,151. The town is notable for its Queen Anne and Georgian buildings, dating from its pre-eminence in the 18th century.

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Alfred Mason Williams (1877 – April 1930) was a poet who lived in the vicinity of Swindon, UK.He was almost entirely self taught, producing his most famous work, Life in a Railway Factory (1915), at night after completing a gruelling day's work in the Great Western Railway works in Swindon. He was nicknamed The Hammerman Poet.. Alfred was born in the village of South Marston, the son of a ...

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27.05.1985 · Disorientated residents of a luxury residential development in the Wiltshire village of South Marston, near Swindon, have been forced to send out sackloads of address cards after agreeing ...

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28.11.2012 · Life in a railway factory by Alfred Williams; 14 editions; First published in 1915; Subjects: Employees, Railroads, Great Western Railroad (Great Britain), Railroad equipment industry, Great Western Railway (Great Britain), Working class, History, Accessible book; Places: Great Britain, England, Swindon (Wiltshire); People: Alfred Williams (1877-1930)

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Author of Life in a railway factory, Villages of the White Horse, In a Wiltshire Village, Folk-songs of the Upper Thames, To Live It Is to Know It, An Introduction into Biblical Africa, Round about the upper Thames, The Inter-Oceanic Canal And The Monroe Doctrine

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Interesting about Alfred. I have the Upper Thames book of course. Do you have the ISBN number of the ... Folksongs of the Upper Thames ONLINE From: GUEST,John Moulden ... noted that the Alfred Williams being discussed in this thread is the song collector and local historian from Swindon in Wiltshire. Alfred M. Williams was a Providence, ...

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He published his first of book of poems in 1909, Songs in Wiltshire, but his health declined and he left the factory in 1914. Alfred Williams published six volumes of poetry and a series of prose books about his home villages and others nearby, but died in poverty in 1930 in South Marston.

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Alfred Williams does not identify the links between Alfred and Charles, from whom he also collected, though the Census returns strongly suggest that they are related. Charles Barrett appears to have died in 1888, aged, 72, so Williams did not collect from him, but …

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A Wiltshire village [Alfred Williams] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. According to Leonard Clark: No composition had ever given him greater release or pleasure than this honest and unadorned story of the life that went on daily in South Marston. He seemed to find a new strength and purpose. Alfred Williams told Edmond Fitzmaurice: The motif of the work is to give a picture ...

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And it continued: "Mr Williams puts into words what he sees as well as he can, and since he is a born observer with a gift of words and a love of truth, and since his subject is real life, the result is admirable." Only the GWR magazine appeared to dislike the book and accused Alfred of being a bitter man whose heart was really in the countryside.

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Life in a Railway Factory By Alfred Williams. AUTHOR OF ‘A WILTSHIRE VILLAGE’ ‘VILLAGES OF THE WHITE HORSE’ LONDON DUCKWORTH & CO. 3 HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, W.C.

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King Alfred the Great was born at the royal palace there in the 9th century. Wantage appears in the Domesday Book of 1086. Its value was £61 and it was in the king's ownership until Richard I passed it to the Earl of Albemarle in 1190. Weekly trading rights were first granted to the town by Henry III in 1246.

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Wiltshire, Malmesbury, 1929, Vol. 5a, p 34, age, 90; Williams / others notes Alfred Williams: \"Words supplied by Jonathon Cole, the aged gamekeeper\" Jonathon and William, Wt 331. Farmer, not literate. This is not a definite identification. [AB] Census Information: Census 1911

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Alfred Williams was born in South Marston, Wiltshire in 1877. He wrote his first books of poetry while labouring in the railway works in Swindon. He served in India during World War One. His poetry is rooted in the beloved Wiltshire where he lived almost all his life. He died in South Marston, the village

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Alfred Owen Williams (February 7, 1877 – April 10, 1930) was a poet, author and a collector of folk song lyrics who was born and lived most of his life at South Marston, near Swindon, UK. He was almost entirely self-taught, producing his most famous work, Life in a Railway Factory (1915), in his spare time after completing a gruelling day's work in the Great Western Railway works in Swindon.

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Alfred Williams 'The Hammerman Poet' Written by Brian Robert Marshall Alfred Williams (1877-1930) is a relatively little-known author and poet who was born and who died at the relatively young age of 53 in the small village of South Marston, just outside Swindon.

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This suggests that the village was founded before the Norman conquest of England in 1066, although it is not recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Documentary evidence of the village exists from about 1280, when it is mentioned as part of Highworth Hundred. South Marston became a civil parish in 1894.

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Alfred Owen Williams (February 7, 1877 – April 10, 1930) was a poet, author and a collector of folk song lyrics who was born and lived most of his life at South Marston, near Swindon, UK.He was almost entirely self-taught, producing his most famous work, Life in a Railway Factory (1915), in his spare time after completing a gruelling day's work in the Great Western Railway works in Swindon.

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Alfred Williams - 'This old Scotch song, I am told, was a favourite at Aldsworth and Sherborne, over three quarters of a century ago. I have also found Lord Ullin's daughter and Jock of Hazeldean in the village though they of course, are standard pieces and not folk songs. Copy of James West, Quenington.' Note 2

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English: Draycot Foliat is an hamlet in Wiltshire, England, on the back road between Chiseldon to the north and Ogbourne St. George to the south. The nearest major town is Swindon which is about north. The most notable feature is probably the small Airstrip with its model helicopter instruction centre. There is one smallholding, called Draycot Farm, and a larger farm, Sheppard's Farm which ...

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Alfred Williams – the legacy, with Kaye Franklin MBE, Graham Carter, Roy Burton, and Graeme Franklin - 10 MAY... home make this my homepage ... This year sees the centenary of the publication of A Wiltshire Village, the first book of prose by South Marston-born writer Alfred Williams.

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Alfred Owen Williams (February 7, 1877 – April 10, 1930) was a poet, author and a collector of folk song lyrics who was born and lived most of his life at South Marston, near Swindon, UK.He was almost entirely self-taught, producing his most famous work, Life in a Railway Factory (1915), in his spare time after completing a gruelling day's work in the Great Western Railway works in Swindon.

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Pewsey is a large village and civil parish at the centre of the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire, about 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Marlborough and 71 miles (114 km) west of London. It is within reach of the M4 motorway and the A303 and is served by Pewsey railway station on the London to Taunton line.. The parish includes these small settlements: ...

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