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The town was an early adopter of the Turnpikes Act to improve the roads around the town.Unlike many roads improved at the time which would link to towns, Warminster chose to improve seven roads around the town, all under three miles long.Despite the prosperity, one settlement of houses near Warminster Common had a poor reputation.William Daniell wrote in 1781 that people were living in unplastered hovels with earth floors, and that piles of filth poisoned the stream bringing typhus and smallpox.
The town's name has evolved over time; it was known as Worgemynstre in approximately 912 and it was referred to in the Domesday Book in 1086 as Guerminstre.
The town had a large amount of accommodation for visitors to the market, and in 1686 it was ranked fourth for number of places to stay in Wiltshire, with 116 beds.
By 1710 there were approximately fifty inns and alehouses in the town.
The people were considered rude and drunk criminals.
Daniell and members of the clergy were keen to help the residents, and by 1833 the area was considered clean and respectable.
Warminster is located in south-west Wiltshire, near to the Somerset border.