Transcription of the parishes below from the earliest entry to 1837.
Aldbourne, Alderton, Ashley, Ashton Keynes, Avebury, Baydon, Berwick Bassett, Biddestone, Bishopstone (North),
Blackland, Blunsdon St Andrew, Box, Bremhill, Bremilham, Brinkworth, Broad Blunsdon, Broad Hinton, Brokenborough,
Buttermere, Calne, Calstone Wellington, Castle Combe, Castle Eaton, Charlton (Malmesbury), Cherhill, Chilton Foliat,
Chippenham, Chiseldon, Christian Malford, Clyffe Pypard, Colerne, Compton Bassett, Corsham, Cricklade St Mary,
Cricklade St Sampson, Crudwell, Dauntsey, Ditteridge, Draycot Cerne, Draycot Foliat, East Kennet, Easton Grey,
Eisey, Foxley, Froxfield, Fyfield, Garsdon, Great Bedwyn, Great Somerford, Grittleton, Ham, Hankerton, Hannington,
Hardenhuish, Heddington, Highway, Highworth, Hilmarton, Hullavington, Hungerford (Berks), Inglesham, Kemble,
Kington St Michael, Lacock, Langley Burrell, Latton, Lea & Cleverton, The Leigh, Leigh Delamere, Liddington,
Little Bedwyn, Little Hinton, Little Somerford, Littleton Drew, Long Newnton, Luckington, Lydiard Millicent,
Lydiard Tregoze, Lyneham, Malmesbury Abbey, Marlborough St Mary, Marlborough St Peter & Paul,
Marston Meysey, Mildenhall, Minety, Nettleton, North Wraxall, Norton (Coleparle), Oaksey, Ogbourne St Andrew,
Ogbourne St George, Overton, Poole Keynes, Poulton, Preshute, Purton, Ramsbury, Rodbourne Cheyney,
Seagry, Sevenhampton, Shalbourne, Sherston Magna, Shorncote, Slaughterford, Somerford Keynes, Sopworth,
South Marston, Stanton Fitzwarren, Stanton St Quinton, Stratton St Margaret, Sutton Benger, Swindon,
Tidcombe, Tockenham, Tytherton Kellaways, Wanborough, West Kington, Westport St Mary,
Winterbourne Bassett, Winterbourne Monkton, Wootton Bassett, Wroughton, Yatesbury, Yatton Keynell.
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