Timeline events for date 1200

Comunity Date Events
1200 Marlborough is one of the most important cloth producing centres in the country
Ashton Keynes 1200 The south aisle was added to the church and the east end of the church was altered.
Ashton Keynes 1200 The manor was occupied by a William de Keynes whose family name was used as an addition to Ashton.
Box 1200 Original Chapel Plaister was built
Broughton Gifford 1200 Church of St. Mary the Virgin built.
Broughton Gifford 1200 - 1205 Gilbert Bassett holds Broughton Gifford.
Calne 1200 From this time Blackland's Mill, a corn mill, is in existence (closed 1993); a tannery is now operating in Patford Street and renovations to St. Mary's Church include the addition of chancel aisles
Corsham 1200 Lady Chapel added to St. Bartholomew'sChurch
Downton 1200 Norman church enlarged considerable. Valuable eel fisheries established here.
Great Somerford 1200 Possible motte castle raised, earthworks, worked stone, ceramics, charcoal and ash found
Great Somerford 1200 - 1499 Parish known as Somerford Mautravers
Pewsey 1200 There are only 4 mills in existence: the Town Mill in High Street, Buckleaze Mil, Sharcott Mill at West Sharcott and Jones Mill
Purton 1200 Church on its present site at Church End by this time
Purton 1200 Purton Mill built
Ramsbury 1200 Bishops of Salisbury occupy a park and a palace in Park Town by this time
Sherston 1200 Sherston moves from being a small village to a new borough
Sherston 1200 The Church is expanded with the addition of the tower and north ailse transept
Wilton 1200 Church of St. Mary, Brede Street, partially rebuilt
Wilton 1200 The town, although in gradual decline, still has many trades. There are several goldsmiths, skinners, glovers, needlers, tanners, dubbers, tailors and linenworkers. There are 14 bakers and many brewers. There are 8 parish churches
Wootton Bassett 1200 A church is first mentioned when Alan Bassett obtains the advowson ( the right to appoint the parish priest) from the monks of Monkton Farleigh
Wootton Bassett 1200 Fulk Bassett, Bishop of London, oversees the completion of either a new building or a rebuilding of the old church and dedicates it to St. Bartholomew and All Saints