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came to return to Cosham, he asked for permission to stay in Wilton and complete his education.
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RATHER like Paddington Bear, six year old David Bowes arrived at the station with a big luggage label attached to his front.
"When he died I asked about all the old photos and the person dealing with them said the family didn't want them and they would be thrown away unless I took them."
The county takes its name from the town and this ancient capital of Wessex had palaces for Saxon kings within its boundaries.
Rather than simply following Wilton's timeline chronologically, half of The Book of Wilton charts the development of elements like trade and industry, education, churches and religion, Wilton's
Chris (69), who has been one of the town's ceremonial mace bearers for 25 years, is secretary of the Wilton Historial Society, a position he has held since its formation in 1977, and has built up
He is not the only person who has found Wilton the place to settle and stay.
The Book of Wilton, a handsome 160 page hardback, is illustrated throughout with more than 200 historic photographs, drawings and other illustrations.
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"Some of the information came from Nick Griffiths, who was the curator at the Wilton Museum before it closed and loaned many of the photographs.
He was so taken by his new life in the countryside and the kindness of Nellie and Sidney Coles, whose home he shared at the Sawmill at the rear entrance to Wilton Park, that when the opportunity
The young woman, Wulfrith, fled to Kent where she gave birth to a daughter, Edith.
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From the station, he and his sisters were taken to a school hall in Wilton (now the community centre) where they were, he recalls, "scrutinised by what I thought were very old ladies andDavid (now 90) was one of the many evacuees who came to the town during the war, but unlike the majority of them, David never left.
She is the town's patron saint, but is not the only Edith to have made an impression.
The first Saxon settlers arrived here via Downton and Winchester, giving the settlement the name Wil Sattees, meaning "dwellers by the Wylye".
Edith was canonised by St Dunstan after she died young at 23 St Edith is reputed to have had miraculous powers after her death and her tomb in the abbey became a shrine for pilgrims throughout
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Mother and daughter later returned to Wilton to lead a life of religious devotion and good works.
"Most of it was at my fingertips, but it's also information that I had gathered from talks and tapes made by the late Graham Moody, who owned the chemist shop in Wilton, and founded the society
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One of them, King Edgar seduced a beautiful young novice at the abbey built on the site that is today occupied by Wilton House.
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