An Iron Age coin, a rare and fine example of a decorated Bronze Age spear head and microliths are found in Hullavington, dating back to the Mesolithic period
Eight Romano-British coins, a bronze finger ring and two brooches located in Bradfield indicates a settlement here
A road South West of Kingway Road indicates Saxon settlement
Hullavington estate belongs to Earl Harold
Hullavington estate belongs to Ralph Mortimer
Hullavington known as 'Hunlavingtone' and population is of 200
The abbot of St. Victor builds a new water mill, presumably on Gauze brook
Hullavington known as 'Hundlavinton'
A vicarage had been ordained but the vicar complains that his portion is inadequate
Hullavington known as 'Hundelavinton'
Vicarage is valued at Â£4 6s. 8d
Hullavington manor has two water mills, but very feeble head of water in 1337
The vicar of Surrendell was given a small amount of land to serve the community in Bradfield and what was referred to as 'Bradfield Cantry'
177 poll-tax payers, population estimated at 250
Boundaries planted on each side of the north-south boundaries to make long clear boundaries parallel to The Street. Still visible in 1989
By now the church is called St. Mary Magdalene's
The King grants to Eton College the fixed payments made for Hullavington at hundred courts
A new manor house is built
Registers for the church begin
The court orders all males between 7 and 60 to practise archery on Sundays
Hullavington known as 'Hullonton'
The Jacob's family lives in and restores the Court House but the church is dilapidated
An odd collection of \"Strange Plantain\" of variation of the flowers in the Old Rectory Garden is discovered
Hullavington known as 'Hull Lavington'
By will Â£1 a year is left to the second poor of Hullavington by Ayliffe Green
Hannah Twinnoy, a Hullavington woman is killed by a tiger in Malmesbury
The church is dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin
Thomas Jacob gives the parish by will a silver cup hallmarked for 1735
Only nine of the farmhouses on The Street still remain today
Quakers Society opens up a burial ground in the parish
Quakers have a meeting place
The Quaker Society of Hullavington is one of only seven active in the whole of Wiltshire
Population of parish is 395
Hullavington's expenditure of the poor remains between Â£200 and Â£400, about normal for a parish of its size
The Star Inn and the Queen's Head are mentioned at this date
West Field Lane, Hullavington Street and Topsail Lane turnpiked to form a link between its north-east branch to the Malmesbury - Chippenham road
A small Gothic styled chapel is built in Newtown for Independents and Baptists
Vicarage net income of Â£194 shows it to be below the average wealth for a living in Malmesbury deanery
A day school for 6 boys and 6 girls started
Another school for 20 boys and 19 girls is built on the east side of The Street
The parish joins Malmesbury's poor-law union
Baptist Chapel is founded
Hullavington parish is half arable and half grassland, land worked by 10 farms
The small Mount Zion chapel us built of stone rubble in Gibbs Land for Particular Baptists
Population is 708 and census Sunday records an average attendance of 56 at the Independants and Baptists' chapel
Quakers cease to meet
Stone rubble chapel improved
Major redesigning by A W Bloomfield takes place in the church
All turnpiked roads disturnpiked
From this time there was a carrier to and from Bath and Chippenham every week from the Post Office
The Plough public house closes
There are 543 people living in the village with the most dominant name being 'Greenman' closely followed by 'Gough', 'Wicks', and 'Broom'
A garage built in The Street
Average attendance of school is 114
The main London and South Wales railway opened across Hullavington parish north of the village. Provides 280 railways worker's jobs; a oial merchant now at the station.
The wooden screen in St. Mary's is removed and a new screen later executed in honour of the men of Hullavington who died in WW1
20 century low point of 478 population
Cemetery north of the village at crossroad opened
The' Long Barrows of the Cotswolds' mentions \"The Romans Grave\" 40 yards west of the gate with Surrendell House
R.A.F. Hullavington opened with many farms lost to the airfield; No. 9 Flying Training School moves here from R.A.F. Thornby
Telephone exchange built
14th August, the airfield is the subject of a German air attack. 7 killed and 6 seriously injured airmen and damaged an aircraft hanger
The Flying Trying School's last year at Hullavington. The first American servicemen arrive for training in January. On 31 July the renamed Advanced Flying Unit moves in.
Building of houses and the north end of Hullavington village join Newtown to the main part of the village
The Greens Close built from 1950 and Bradfield Manor Farmhouse classed as listed
Wellington Close is built between The Street and the airfield to house R.A.F. workers and featured 94 new houses
Court Farm is a dairy and stock farm and with the exception of the Jubilee Cottages Eton College own much of the parish land
Hullavington station closed to passengers
Hullavington station closed entirely
New village hall built
First Hullavington newsletter photo copied and limited numbers left in shops, pubs, etc
The parish becomes part of North Wiltshire district
Significant descrease in population to 1,021 could be owing to the closure of R.A.F. Hullavington
The new school has 96 pupils
Mount Zion chapel closed and Hullavington garage taken over
The first School Crossing Patrol Attendant took up her duties in April but the service ceases on the 15th June, after a traffic survey by the Country Council. June - BBC films part of a drame production at R.A.F. Hullavington
Wiltshire County Council \"Rights of Way\" gives protection to Hullavington's footpaths
Hullavington proceeds on an \"informal basis\" to twin with St. Victor L'abbaye, France. Burial charges are increased for the first time for many years.
Hullavington Internet web page is launched on to the internet. The Queen's Head closes.
Population is 1,245
The new Village Hall is completed in its rebuilding
Swallow View development off Royal Field Close completed. On 27 November there is a fire at Hullavington garage.
Hullavington Primary School receives 'International School Award' success