A report on Coulston

Disused watercress bed, dating from the 1950s,<ref>{{cite journal|first1=Stella|last1=Maddock|first2=Pamela|last2=Mahon|title=A Romano-British prone burial from Bratton, Wiltshire|year=2006|journal=Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine|url=https://archive.org/stream/wiltshirearchaeo9920wilt/wiltshirearchaeo9920wilt_djvu.txt|volume=99|page=198}}</ref> and parish church
Local map, from 1922

Village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, five miles northeast of the town of Westbury, just north of the B3098 road.

- Coulston
Disused watercress bed, dating from the 1950s,<ref>{{cite journal|first1=Stella|last1=Maddock|first2=Pamela|last2=Mahon|title=A Romano-British prone burial from Bratton, Wiltshire|year=2006|journal=Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine|url=https://archive.org/stream/wiltshirearchaeo9920wilt/wiltshirearchaeo9920wilt_djvu.txt|volume=99|page=198}}</ref> and parish church

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St Mary, St Katherine and All Saints Church

Edington, Wiltshire

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Village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, about 4 mi east-northeast of Westbury.

Village and civil parish in Wiltshire, England, about 4 mi east-northeast of Westbury.

St Mary, St Katherine and All Saints Church
Example of Edington's rural setting
The Priory

Tinhead is the former name of the eastern half of present-day Edington, towards Coulston along the B3098 Westbury to Market Lavington road.

The Old Town Hall

Westbury, Wiltshire

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Town and civil parish in the west of the English county of Wiltshire, below the northwestern edge of Salisbury Plain, about 4 mi south of Trowbridge and a similar distance north of Warminster.

Town and civil parish in the west of the English county of Wiltshire, below the northwestern edge of Salisbury Plain, about 4 mi south of Trowbridge and a similar distance north of Warminster.

The Old Town Hall
Westbury White Horse viewed from the air
All Saints' Church
The Phipps Mausoleum

Nearby villages are Bratton, Chapmanslade, Dilton Marsh, Edington, Heywood and Hawkeridge, Coulston, and Upton Scudamore; and in Somerset, Rudge and Standerwick.

Portrait of Mary Delany by John Opie, 1782.

Mary Delany

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English artist, letter-writer, and bluestocking, known for her "paper-mosaicks" and botanic drawing, needlework and her lively correspondence.

English artist, letter-writer, and bluestocking, known for her "paper-mosaicks" and botanic drawing, needlework and her lively correspondence.

Portrait of Mary Delany by John Opie, 1782.
A memorial to Mary Delany in St James's Church, Piccadilly.

Mary Delany was born at Coulston, Wiltshire, the daughter of Colonel Bernard Granville by his marriage to Mary Westcombe, loyal Tory supporters of the Stuart Crown.

George Fuller (British politician)

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Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom who sat in the House of Commons from 1885 to 1895.

Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom who sat in the House of Commons from 1885 to 1895.

Fuller was born at Baynton, Wiltshire, the eldest surviving son of John Bird Fuller, a partner in Fuller Smith & Turner, brewers, and his wife Sophia Hanning, daughter of John Hanning.

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Elizabeth Godolphin

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British school founder and benefactor.

British school founder and benefactor.

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Her birth date is unknown but she was baptised in 1663 in Coulston in Wiltshire.

Donald Wright (schoolmaster)

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English schoolmaster who taught at several schools, including Marlborough College and Shrewsbury School, where he was head master.

English schoolmaster who taught at several schools, including Marlborough College and Shrewsbury School, where he was head master.

With his wife, Helen, Wright had some twenty years of retirement at Coulston, Wiltshire, where he was active in the parish church and became a campaigner on environmental causes.