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Kington St Michael

Summary
Kington St Michael is a village and civil parish about north of Chippenham in Wiltshire, England. Location Kington St Michael is about west of the A350 which links Chippenham with junction 17 of the M4 motorway; the village is about southwest of the junction. It is largely a linear village based on its main street, which runs from southeast to northwest, where Honey Knob Hill leads into open countryside towards Grittleton. Easton Piercy, west of the village and now a farm and a few houses, was formerly a tithing of Kington St Michael, which had its own chapel in medieval times and a population of 41 in the 1840s. History A brief history of Kington St Michael is given in the relevant Wiltshire Community History page. There is evidence of habitation of the area in the New Stone Age and Bronze Ages. The first named settlement dates to about AD 934, when it was known as "Kington". Both Kington (Chintone) and Easton (Estone) were small settlements a
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