Catalogue description Caleb Bailey Charity

This record is held by Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre

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Reference: 1281
Title: Caleb Bailey Charity

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Date: 1745 - post 1975
Held by: Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Caleb Bailey Charity, North Bradley, Wiltshire

Physical description: 18 files
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The Trustees to the Caleb Bailey Charity

Administrative / biographical background:

The Caleb Bailey (later changed to Bailey in the nineteenth century) Charity was founded in c.1750 by Caleb Baily of Berwick Bassett. Under the terms of his will, trustees were charged with the yearly payment of charitable donations to persons of Presbyterian, Baptist or Independent denomination who were either preaching or studying to preach. The charity was supported by its estates in the parish of North Bradley which were leased out to bring in an annual revenue.

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