WILTSHIRE

The Wiltshire, England file of Daltons is one of the smallest of all English districts with some 75 surname entries. It consists of Marriages, Births, Burials, and Extractions from the 1881 Census of the U. K. By 1881 the Dalton population had virtually disappeared from Wiltshire.
Our appreciation is extended to Michael Cayley, DGS Archivist for his contributions of Burial data to this file. If you have Wiltshire data to contribute it will be most welcome. It is the onus of the user to verify the data.

CONTENTS

MARRIAGES

BIRTHS

BURIAL

CENSUS EXTRACTIONS - 1881

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WILTSHIRE MARRIAGES    Top

BAYDON
25 Dec 1676, Henry Dolton and Alianor Lucas

BEMERTON
1 Jan 1711, Jemima Dalton and William Biddlecombe

BRITFORD
27 Aug 1610, Humfrey Dalton and Margery Alley

MILTON LILBOURNE
22 Oct 1770, Deborah Dalton and John Carter

MARLBOROUGH
Saint Mary
9 Apr 1699, Edward Dalton and Elizabeth Church

MELKSHAM
22 Mar 1884, Laura Emily Dalton and Thomas Harvey; parents Thomas Dalton and James Harvey

SALISBURY
Saint Thomas
26 Aug 1831, William Henry Dalton and Martha Bosson
28 Aug 1646, Marie Dalton and Richard Woodbridge

SUTTON MANDEVILLE
10 Jun 1740, Mary Dolton and William Blandford

TROWBRIDGE
5 Sep 1852, Norah Dalton andWilliam Billet
Saint James
10 Mar 1806, John Dalton and Sarah Tucker

WESTBURY
14 May 1797, James Dalton and Mary Hutley (both previously married)
21 Aug 1769, James Daulton and Betty Hancock

The following marriages have been extracted from the FREE BMD index on line. Visit the page for additional information.
Mar 1844, Sarah Dalton, Stockbridge
Mar 1883 Charles Dalton, Stockbridge
Dec 1885, Kate Dalton, Stockbridge
Dec 1887, Thomas Dalton and Elizabeth Georgina Molyneux, Wokingham
Sep 1898, Matilda Dalton and William Griffin Dobson, Andover

WILTSHIRE CHRISTENINGS/BIRTHS    Top

AMESBURY
15 Mar 1742, c., Hannah Dalton, dau of Samuel and Margaret Dalton

CHIPPENHAM
1 Mar 1917, b., Margery Joyce Dalton dau of Joseph and Gertrude C. A. Humphries Dalton
17 Dec 1920, b., Cyril Douglas Dalton, son of Joseph and Gertrude C. A. Humphries Dalton

HORNINGSHAM
20 Sep 1829, c., John Hine Dalton, son of John and Mary Dalton
12 Sep 1834, c., 12 Sep 1833, b., son of John and Mary Dalton

SALISBURY
Saint Thomas
14 Dec 1685, c., John Dolton son of John and Ann Dolton

TROWBRIDGE
Saint James
13 Apr 1684, c., Parnel Dolton dau of Robert abd Susanah Dolton
7 Jan 1907, c., Mary Ann Dalton, dau of John and Sarah Dalton

The following births were extracted from the FREE BMD on line site. Visit the site for more infomation.
ALDERBURY
Mar 1848, b., Elizabeth Dalton

STOCKBRIDGE
Dec 1881, Lucy Sophia Dalton
Mar 1883, Caroline Dalton
Jun 1893, George Dalton
Mar 1895, Edith Rose Dalton
Sep 1898, Frederick Dalton
Sep 1898, Frederick Charles Dalton

WESTBURY
Sep 1871, Charles Henry Dalton

WILTSHIRE BURIALS    Top

CHISELDON
Holy Cross burials
11 Mar 1621 DOULTON

TISBURY
St John the Baptist burials
7 Sep 1703 Mary DOLTON
31 Jan 1715 John DAULTON
20 May 1722 Lucy DAULTON, infant
20 Nov 1729 Margaret DAULTON
14 Aug 1749 Robert DOLTON
 4 Aug 1763 Thomas DOLTON
18 Mar 1764 Mary DOLTON

WESTBURY
All Saints burials
26 Nov 1770 John DAULTON
23 Sep 1784 Betty DAULTON, 36
13 Dec 1795 Mary DALTON, 15
19 Mar 1815 Mary DALTON, 60
2 Oct 1830 James DALTON, 80

CENSUS - 1880 UK    Top

At the time of the 1881 Census of Wiltshire, there were only three Daltons enumerated in the entire district and there were no Wiltshire born Daltons who were living elsewhere in the UK.  The population of Daltons was virtually depleted.
BRITFORD
Emily Dalton, 73 Wiidow/pauper, b.  Pentridge, Dorset, living in the Alderbury Union Workhouse.

MARLBOROUGH
Seymour Grant Dalton, scholar, boarder, age 16, b. Cucklington, Somerset, "Marlborough College".

Laura Emily Dalton, servant, nurse, age 18, b. Slough, Berkshire, in the household of Fredereick J. F. and Maud Meyler Moule.


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