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OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm. Contents: Leek before the conquest / Nigel Tringham --The architecture and Romanesque sculpture of Tutbury priory / Jennifer S. Alexander and James F.
King --A medieval Staffordshire fraternity: the guild of St. John the Baptist, Walsall / R.N. Swanson --'Behaving badly': Lichfield women in the later. This book tells the story of evacuees in Staffordshire, using interviews with some of the many people evacuated to the county as children during World War II and additional material Staffordshire Histories book from archival sources.
The book is illustrated throughout with period images and features numerous memories from both evacuees and local people. User Review - Flag as inappropriate I have an original copy of this extraordinary book by the learned Dr Plot a renown early English naturalist, the first Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, whilst also the first keeper of the Ashmolean Museum.
Plot shifted his focus towards archaeology in the publication of his second book, The Natural History of s: 2. This book seeks to demonstrate by maps the various histories that contribute to the diversity of Staffordshire.
With its succinct discussions and detailed map presentations of these themes, incorporating new thinking and recent research, the atlas provides an innovative and major contribution to the study of the history of Staffordshire/5(4).
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The content was variable: some recorded archaeological sites, but others were heavily slanted towards the genealogies of county families and other biographical. Introduction Most local historians only paraphrase Domesday entries.
Usually it’s the earliest written source that survives for large numbers of English communities & therefore the obvious starting point for most local histories.
Yet it is important to note that the names in Domesday refer to manors & not villages. The early antiquarians worked from transcripts. Ina partnership was established between Staffordshire County Council (in conjunction with a group of county boroughs) and the University of London whereby the local authorities would pay for the compiling and editing of the histories and the.
Location. The village is on the north eastern outskirts of the county town of Stafford and is just miles ( km) from the town centre.
The village is miles ( km) south of Stoke on nearest railway station is miles ( km) in village is situate a short distance east of the B The nearest main road are the A which passes the village Country: England.
The Staffordshire Reports of Andrew Thompson to the Inclosure Commissioners, Landlord Investment in Staffordshire Agriculture in the Mid-Nineteenth Century -- v. 18 (). The Forests of Cannock and Kinver: Select Documents -- v. 19 (). Staffordshire Histories. The history and antiquities of Staffordshire, Volume 1.
Stebbing Shaw. EP Pub., - History. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Map of the county To face the title page.
Staffordshire Women book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The amazing lives of ten of Staffordshire's forgotten heroines, includ 4/5. Collections for a history of Staffordshire by Staffordshire Record Society,Houghton and Hammond edition, in English.
A Rental of the Borough of Burton, ; A Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Fine Book, ; Matthew Cradock's Book of Rememberance, ; The Stoke-upon-Trent Parish Listing, -- v. 17 (). "The letters and memoranda published in this volume form the only surviving letter-book of Henry, Lord Stafford, the son and heir of Edward, duke of Buckingham (d.
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Each personal or corporate legacy is unique and worthy of publication – either marketed to the general public in book form or created chiefly as a family treasure. MY SERVICES Legacies in Print • Staffordshire • Memphis, Tennessee • This beautiful and informative volume continues where the authors' two-volume set, Victorian Staffordshire Figures, **, ended, expanding on these works.
Over 1, mid-nineteenth century British historical ceramic figures are shown here in Pages: STAFFORDSHIRE HISTORIES. A Demographic Investigation of the Census Returns for Anchor Terrace, Longton ; A Vagrant Called Ghost; Cheadle Hoard; Coroners’ Reports; Dilhorne Air Disasters; Draycott WWII Evacuess; Ghost Stories; Gnosall and The Domesday Book; Leek Murderer or Fall-Guy.
Park Hall, Weston Coyney; Road Rage 19th Century. On Staffordshire Past Track you can explore Staffordshire's history through photographs, images, maps and documents, using a range of easy to use search tools.
Past Track is managed by Staffordshire County Council's Archives & Heritage Service. Our online form, phone number and postal address. Content to share or local knowledge, get in touch. History of Staffordshire. Staffordshire is a landlocked county in the West Midlands of England. It adjoins Cheshire to the north west, Derbyshire and Leicestershire to the east, Warwickshire to the south east, West Midlands and Worcestershire to the south, and Shropshire to the west.
Victoria County History for Staffordshire: detailed. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shaw, Stebbing, History and antiquities of Staffordshire. East Ardsley, England, EP Pub., A tourist route, The Mercian Trail, tracing the county's Anglo-Saxon era, is being developed.
It aims to encourage the study of the history of places and artefacts associated with the kingdom of.
Home to rolling moorlands in the south and rising peaks in the north, Staffordshire is a county rich in natural beauty. Tucked away in the west of the Midlands, the region is also home to a host of pretty provincial towns and villages that all have their own histories to relate.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). South Staffordshire Regiment. 7th Battalion. World War, > Regimental histories > Great Britain > South Staffordshire Regiment > 7th Battalion. Bibliographic information. Transcribed from a unique document at Lichfield Record Office, this book lists s Staffordshire people five years before the earliest parish register.
This is a fascinating and invaluable source for family and local historians. The First World War cast a shadow over everyone, as poignant case histories retold in 'Staffordshire War' reveal.
Edith Birchall, a young teacher wrote in her diary of the novel experience of a Zeppelin raid on Staffordshire while Ellen South collected an astonishing 39 tons of waste paper for war funds.
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Although “A Staffordshire Lad” is Harry Titley's first book, he has written some poetry and a number of articles for a Canadian magazine and local newspapers. During his working life, he was editor of a company-wide magazine.
He now lives in the North Staffordshire countryside with his : Harry Titley.The name of the "Staffordshire Terrier" was revised effective January 1, to American Staffordshire Terrier.
Breeders in the united states of America had developed a type which is heavier in weight than the Staffordshire Bull Terrier of England and the addition of the name "America" was to distinguish them as two separate breeds.The series of publications, which has the title Collections for a History of Staffordshire, includes pipe rolls, plea rolls and feet of fines, episcopal, cathedral and monastic records, heraldic visitations, hearth tax returns, quarter sessions records, parish and family histories, the minute book of the parliamentary committee at Stafford