Local fruit tree varieties

The Faringdon area was once well known for its cherries and hop gardens. Although currently there is little fruit grown here there are many heritage varieties available from the four local counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Some examples of these heritage apple, pear and plum varieties are shown below.

County Fruit Use Variety History
Berkshire Apple Dessert Breedon Pippin  Raised by Rev Dr Symonds Breedon around 1801 at Bere Court, Pangbourne from cider pomace.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Charles Eyre  Raised by Charles Ross, introduced around 1911 by W Pope at nursery in Wokingham.
Berkshire Apple General purpose Charles Ross  Best known of Charles Ross’s 30 named varieties, Head gardener at Welford Park near Newbury from 1860-1908, Charles Ross bred apples on a large scale. Recommended for chalky soils.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Delectable  Attributed to Mr Trayhorne of Berkshire and introduced by Pop Bros of Wokingham in 1952.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Encore  Raised by Charles Ross, recorded 1906.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Frogmore Prolific  Raised by William Ingram, Head Gardener at Frogmore in Windsor before 1865. Popular in London market gardens in 19th century.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Grenadier  Origin unknown, recorded in 1862, exhibited by nurseryman Charles Turner of Slough but promoted later by nurseryman George Bunyard of Maidstone.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Guelph  Raised by W Pope of Welford gardens, Newbury and named after the Guelph in Canada home to the Ontario Agricultural College.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Hector MacDonald  Raised by Charles Ross, recorded 1904, named after his late friend the war hero ‘Fighting Mac’.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Houblon  Raised by Charles Ross, head Gardener at Welford Park, Newbury and introduced in 1901. Named after the Houblon family, his employers.
Berkshire Apple Dessert John Standish  Raised by John Standish of Ascot in about 1873.
Berkshire Apple Cooking John Waterer  Introduced by John Waterer & Sons, Twyford in 1920.
Berkshire Plum   Marjorie’s Seedling Raised 1912
Berkshire Apple Dessert Miller’s Seedling  Once widely grown in Berkshire, raised by James Miller at Speen Nursery, Newbury in 1848.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Mrs Phillimore  Raised by Charles Ross, Head gardener at Welford Park, Newbury, recorded 1896.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Paroquet  Raised by Charles Ross, recorded in 1897.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Peacemaker  Raised by Charles Ross, recorded 1913.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Renown  Raised by Charles Ross, described 1908.
Berkshire Apple General purpose Rival Reputedly the juiciest of all the older varieties of apples, raised by Charles Ross in the late 1800s.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Shinfield Seedling  From Reading University, Shinfield in 1944.
Berkshire Apple Cooking Small’s Admirable  Thought to have been raised around 1850 by F. Small, a nurseryman from Colnbrook, Slough. Later recorded in 1949 from Tyninghame Gardens in East Lothian.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Sunrise  May have been raised by Charles Ross, recorded 1897.
Berkshire Apple Other Welford Park Nonsuch  
Berkshire Pear   Williams Bon Chretien/Aldermasten Pear/ Bartlett/Stairs Pear  Found around 1770 in the garden of Mr Wheeler, a schoolmaster at Aldermaston, grafts were sent to the nurseryman Richard Williams after whom the pear is named. Exported to the USA where it was named after the distributor Enoch Bartlett, and provided the foundation of the American pear trade. The most widely grown pear in the world.
Berkshire Apple Dessert Winston  Raised by W Pope, nurseryman at Welford Park in 1920.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Ampney Red/Ampney Dick Recorded as common before 1939. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Ansell/Ancell First known reference 1886. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Arlingham Schoolboys Named before 1914. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Ashmead’s Kernel (Aschmaed’s Saemling, Aschmaed’s Seedling, Ashmaed’s Saemling, Ashmead’s Samling, Ashmead’s Seedling, Doctor Ashmead’s Kernel, Samling von Ashmead, Semis d’Ashmead, Seyanets Ashmida) Raised about 1700. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Ballast/Ballis apple In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Barnet’s Beauty Initially known from Charlie Barber (1868-1950), Bell Inn Farm, Berkeley from where it was grafted to Woodford Green Farm, Berkeley. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Bedminster Pippin Received by the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale 1952. Received by Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock 2005.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Ben Lans In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert & Cider Berkeley Pippin/Dafferton In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Bill Norman In Gloucestershire Apple Collection. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Blood Royal In Gloucesterhire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Box Kernel In Gloucesterhire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Brown French In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Bunch Apple  In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Bushy French In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Cambridge Queening/Quinning In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Chaxhill Red/Duni Red In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Not endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Corse Hill (Corsailes, Corset Hill, Cosetelle, Cosset Hills) In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Rare but probably not endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Councillor In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Dent’s Favourite In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Dymock Red/Peggy Red John Evelyn, Pomona (1670); In Gloucestershire Apple Collection. Not endangered 1999
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Eden Raised 1948. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Probably not endangered 1999
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Elmore Pippin In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple ? Evan’s Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Fawke’s Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock, believed true. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Fletcher In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Flower of the West In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Fon’s Spring Introduced 1957, raised 1948. Identified as a separate from ‘Eden’ in 2002. In National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Foxwhelp/Foxwell/Old Foxwhelp Austin, Ralph 1653; In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Not endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Gilliflower of Gloucester In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Possibly not endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Gloucester Royal In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection,Dymock. Possibly not endangered 1999
Gloucestershire Apple Cooking Gloucestershire Costard Meager, Leonard The English Garden (Red Costard)(1688) In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Gloucestershire Underleaf/Yello Underleaf In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Green Two Year Old In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Green Underleaf In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Gypsy Red In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2003.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Hagloe Crab The ‘Hagloe Crab’ is stated by William Marshall (1796) to have been raised by Mr Bellamy of Hagloe near Blakeney. In the Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and cooking Hard Knock In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Hens’ Turds In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and cooking Holbrook In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Hunt’s Duke of Gloucester Raised by Dr Fry of Gloucester and introduced 1820 by Thomas Hunt of Stratford-on-Avon. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Not endangered 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Jackets and Petticoats In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cooking Jenny Lind Critically rare. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Jill Jeffries Raised at the Siddington Nursery of John Jefferies & Son in about 1934. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Josey In Gloucesterashire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and dessert Kench Pippin In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1996.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and cooking Kernel Underleaf In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1996.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Kill-boys Described in 1886 as an established variety. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider King Apple In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Lake’s Kernel (Ashleworth, Prince’s Pippin, Princess Pippin) First exhibited 1905. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Probably not endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Leathercoat/Leatherjacket Shakespeare, W. Henry IV part2 (late 1500s). In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. 
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Lemon Pippin of Gloucestershire In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cooking Lemon Roy In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1993.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Lodgemore Nonpareil (Clissold’s Seedling, Lodgemore Seedling (original name), Logdemore Nonpareil, Non Pareille de Lodgemore, Nonpareille de Lodgemore) Raised 1808 by Mr Cook of Lodgemore, Stroud and introduced by Mr Clissold, a nurseryman. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale (if true) and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Possibly not endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cider Longney Russett Well known cider variety in 1796. In National Fruit Collection,Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Still to be found growing locally round Longney and over the river at Minsterworth 1992. Possibly not seriously endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Longstalk In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1996.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Martin’s Kernel In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Possibly endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Molly Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Newpools In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cider Nine of Diamonds In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Nine Square Recorded as a Gloucestershire variety by W. Forsyth (1804). In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cider Norman Pippin In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Known from Cowhill, Oldbury, Shepperdine and Hill. Critically rare 2003.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Northland Seedling Raised at Northland Cottage, Tetbury by A. P. Kitcat before 1930. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Possibly endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Old Tankard In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Over Apple In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Overleaf In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001. 
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and cooking Overton Red In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Parlour Door/Seven Square In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Pear Box In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Peddington Brandy In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Phelps Favourite In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Port Wine Pippin (Port Wine Kernel, Portwine Kernel, Portwine Pippin) In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and Cider Pretty Beds In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Pride of the Orchard Named 1930’s. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Prince’s Pippin In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Numerical status uncertain but probably endangered 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Puckrup Pippin (Puckrupp, Puckrupp’s Pippin, Puckrupt Pippin) First record and description 1872. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Probably endangered 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Red Styre First record and description 1884. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Red Two Year Old In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider and cooking Reynold’s Kernel First recorded 1886. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Rhead’s Reinette (Grandpa Rhead’s) In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001 but was never widespread. Raised from seed by William Rhead (1852-1955) .
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Rock Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Rose of Ciren In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cooking Royal Turk In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Severn Bank (Lassington (Vale of Berkeley), Croome’s Kernel (Minsterworth)) Known of in 19th Century. First recorded date 1884. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Rare but possibly not endangered 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Sheep’s Nose of Oldbury Rare. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Shepperdine Silt/Black Tanker In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Shilling Known in early 1900s.  In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cooking Shopground Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 1999.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Siddington Russett Discovered 1923. Listed in the catalogue of John Jefferies & Sons in 1930s. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Possibly endangered 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Spout Apple In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Stantway Kernel In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Sugar Pippin/Old Sugar Pippin In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Taynton Codlin (Cow Apple, Lemon Pippin, Tibberton Pippin) Raised before 1954.  In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Tewkesbury Baron Recorded 1883. In the National Fruit Collection, Brogdale and Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Tippetts In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cooking Transparent Codlin In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Upright French First known record 1884. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Endangered or possibly critical 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Upright Styre Earliest record 1920s and 1930s. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cider Vallis First known record 1903-1929, probably during the early part of this period. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2000.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Wellstead Pippin Currently under propagation for distribution.
Gloucestershire Apple General purpose Welsh Druid In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2001.
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert Wheeler’s Russet of Gloucestershire If this is the original ‘Wheelers Russet’, possibly 1717. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. 
Gloucestershire Apple Cider Wick White Styre In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. 
Gloucestershire Apple Dessert and cider Yellow Styre First recorded 1884. In Gloucestershire Apple Collection, Dymock. Critically rare 2005.
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert and cooking Blaisdon Red Plum Dicovered by John Dowding (1805-1896) who lived at Tan House, Blaisdon during the latter part of the 1800s. Collected for propagation in the Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Bristol Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum   Damson Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert and cooking Dymock Red Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert and cooking Frampton Magnum Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert and cooking Groves Late Victoria Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Jacob Plum Described as being in use at the end of the 1800s and beginning of 1900s. Gloucestershire Plum Collection.
Gloucestershire Plum Cooking Michaelmas Damson Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Old Pruin Known from ‘days of sailing ships’, so at least from the end of 19th Century. Gloucestershire Plum Collection.
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Rodley Blackjack Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Rowles Pruin Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert and cooking Shit Smock Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Smith’s Pruin Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Dessert Sweet Damson Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Gloucestershire Plum Cooking Victor Christian Plum Gloucestershire Plum Collection
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Annual Sweeting  
Oxfordshire Apple   Bampton Fairing  
Oxfordshire Apple General purpose Blenheim Orange  An old favourite. Raised in about 1740 by a tailor, George Kempster, in his garden in Manor Road, Old Woodstock, just outside Blenheim Park. It was a local landmark. People came by coach loads to marvel at the tree and to take scions from it. Known as Kempster’s Pippin until 1811. Slow to come into crop. It has a distinctive nutty flavour. Excellent for making apple charlotte. Greenish-yellow streaked with red.
Oxfordshire Apple General purpose Davies Seedling  
Oxfordshire Apple General purpose Deddington Golden  
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Deddington Pippin  
Oxfordshire Apple Cooking Eynsham Challenger  Raised in 1935 by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Cooking Eynsham Dumpling  Raised by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Other Farmer’s Glory  
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Foulkes’ Foremost  Raised by F Foulkes of Headington, Oxford in 1938.
Oxfordshire Apple Cooking Hanwell Souring Thought to have been raised at Hanwell near Banbury, recorded 1820.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Jennifer Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Jennifer Wastie Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert North Aston Non Pareil Raised 1640
Oxfordshire Apple Other Old Fred  
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Oxford Beauty Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Oxford Conquest  Raised in 1927 by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Oxford Hoard/Horde Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Oxford Sunrise Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Cooking Oxford Yeoman  Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple General purpose Oxfordshire Greening Raised 1890
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Peggy’s Pride Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Other Pheasant’s Eye  
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Red Army Raised in the 1940s by WF Wastie of Eynsham.
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Russett Superb  
Oxfordshire Apple Other Sergeant Peggy Raised 1922
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Shilton Sherbert  
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Stanford Dorah King 1960
Oxfordshire Apple Dessert Thame Junction Raised 2010
Wiltshire Apple General purpose Bedwyn Beauty Raised by Mr Stone of Great Bedwyn near Marlborough in 1890, dessert and culinary.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Burn’s Seedling  Thought to be the variety raised by Henry Burn, Head Gardener at Tottenham Park, near Marlborough in the 19th century.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Celt  Raised in 1843 by David Harris of Melksham.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Chorister Boy  Found in a garden in Wiltshire and introduced by Keynes, Williams & Co. of Salisbury, recorded in 1890.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Corsley Pippin/Dredge’s Fame  Introduced by nurseryman William Dredge of Wishford, recorded in 1802.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Dredge’s Fame  
Wiltshire Apple General purpose Mary Barnett  Raised by Mrs Mary Jane Barnett, Steeple Ashton, on her wedding day in 1920 with a pip, dessert and culinary.
Wiltshire Apple Dessert Roundway Magnum Bonum A valuable and distinctive fruit, raised by Mr Joy, gardener at Roundway Park, near Devizes, first documented 1864. Delicious pear-like flavour.