Transcription of the parishes below from the earliest entry to 1837.
Alderbury, All Cannings, Allington, Alton Barnes, Alton Priors, Amesbury, Barford St Martin,
Baverstock, Beechingstoke, Bemerton, Berwick St James, Bishops Cannings,
Bishopstone (South), Boscombe, Bower Chalke, Bramshaw, Britford, Broad Chalke,
Bromham, Bulford, Burbage, Burcombe, Charlton St Peter (Pewsey), Chirton, Cholderton,
Chute, Collingbourne Ducis, Collingbourne Kingston, Compton Chamberlain, Combe Bissett,
Devizes St John, Devizes St Mary, Dinton & Teffont, Downton, Durnford, Durrington,
Easton Royal, Ebbesborne Wake, Enford, Erlestoke, Etchilhampton, Everleigh, Fifield Bavant,
Figheldean, Fisherton Anger, Fittleton, Fovant, Fuggleston, Great Cheverell, Great Wishford,
Homington, Huish, Idmiston, Landford, Laverstock & Ford, Little Cheverell, Little Langford,
Ludgershall, Maddington, Manningford Abbas, Manningford Bruce, Marden, Market Lavington,
Martin, Milston, Milton Lilbourne, Netheravon, Netherhampton, Newton Tony, North Newnton,
North Tidworth, Nunton & Bodenham, Odstock, Orcheston St George, Orcheston St Mary,
Patney, Pewsey, Pitton & Farley, Plaitford, Porton, Potterne, Poulshot, Rolleston, Rowde,
Rushall, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury St Edmund, Salisbury St Martin, Salisbury St Thomas,
Seend, Shrewton, Southbroom Devizes, South Damerham, South Newton, Stanton St Bernard,
Stapleford, Steeple Langford, Stert, Stratford sub Castle, Stratford Tony, Tilshead, Upavon,
Urchfont, Wellow, West Dean, West Grimstead, West Harnham, West Lavington, Whiteparish,
Whitsbury, Wilcot, Wilsford & Lake (Amesbury), Wilsford (Pewsey), Wilton, Winterbourne Dauntsey,
Winterbourne Earls, Winterbourne Gunner, Winterbourne Stoke, Winterslow, Woodborough,
Woodford, Wootton Rivers, Wylye.
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