4 edition of Thornsett in 1841: land and people found in the catalog.
Thornsett in 1841: land and people
|Series||New Mills Local history Society occasional publications -- OC.9.|
|Contributions||New Mills Local History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Hi, With regard to the subject of Thornsett, I recommend to anybody interested in this area to obtain a copy of the book/booklet by Ron WESTON entitled 'Thornsett in (Land And People)' Derbyshire Library definitely have a copy (I have a copy that I could scan if you are unable to locate it).
Anerley has never existed as an independent entity, but rather as a general area. Prior to the enclosure and the relocation of the Crystal Palace to Penge Place at the top of Sydenham Hill, Anerley was an unoccupied part of Penge Common, and did not develop until the 19th government Act of stipulated that a 50 feet (15 metres) wide, new road, was to be set out from Elmers End Ceremonial county: Greater London.
When Sidney bought the land at Thornsett he might not have been aware of an important development in the valley below. In there was talk that the Sheffield Waterworks Company was considering building a new reservoir in order to supply the quantity of water required by an Act of Parliament for the mills of the River Loxley.
Thornsett inBook one - Land and People, Ron Weston, Barbara Thornsett in 1841: land and people book La Conqu Te D'Une Cuisini Re I, Eugene Chavette Ri Im Child Psychology, Hetherington The Talent War - How to Find and Retain the Best People for Your Company, Kerry Larkan.
SE20 is Anerley according to the Post Office, but it also includes Penge which is somewhat better known. Poor Penge has been the butt of comedians' jokes for years. But then it is a funny sounding name.
Just saying it out loud makes people snigger. Vol. The Book of John Rowe Vol. Sussex Apprentices and Masters – to Vol. An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 3, In the mid-nineteenth century the Thornsett Turnpike Trust managed a number of roads in and around New Mills.
Some Trust records have survived in Derbyshire Record Office collection D, and in the course of listing these records I have come across two small documents that made me curious. The first is a letter written in by Edward. CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH. Its History and its People.
BRAYLESFORD BUNTING. Member of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural. History Society. AUTHOR OF. The Parish Church of. The official archive of the UK government.
Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. Wheat, oats, barley, and sugar beets are the principal crops. Laud is worth from $ an acre for raw, uncultivated land to $ for cultivated land with fences, buildings, orchards, &c, and even at those prices the farmers are making money faster than any place 1 ever lived or visited.
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e-mail from Jesse WALKER 1 Jul >Greatorex is a place-name, which people used as a surname when the use of surnames, first began about years ago. > >The first record of the name is in the Derbyshire Archives in the year as GRET(E)RACHES a small farming settlement, now known as Great Rocks Farm it is in the high peak of Derbyshire, midway between Buxton and Tideswell and.
_____ top. John HYDE of Bulshawe: 5 May In the name of God Amen, the twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred & seventy nine.
I John HYDE of Bulshawe in the pish of Glossop in the Countie of Derby, husbandman, being in good health and of perfect mind and memory praysed be God for the same, And trusting that death is certain but the time when most.
PE, Cash Book –5, memo by William Vokes; loose note in Rental Book DSR: Goad insurance plans: Letterhead in PE, Estate Office Correspondence, p. 1 JULIUS CÆSAR. B.C. – This greatest of the Roman generals, and afterwards the first Roman emperor, having subdued the whole of Gaul, beyond and on this side the Alps (now France, Switzerland, and part of Italy), invaded Britain, and landing near Deal, defeated the Britons and obliged them to pay tribute, B.C.
The next year he led a second and larger army to Britain, and. There is a copy of this book at Weston-s-Mare Library.] The land was purchased by the parish with money from several legacies and the rental income was used to pay the minister for a sermon and to distribute bread amongst the poor.
Census enumerator for part of the parish of Whitchurch, Collector of the Land Tax in, Number 14 Thornsett Road (once home of Walter de la Mare) This was the family home of the poet and writer Walter de la Mare between and The Poetry Foundation site says: “As a poet de la Mare is often compared with Thomas Hardy and William Blake for their respective themes of mortality and visionary illumination.”.
between and 10 He appeared on the census of 6 June at Hanover Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, as Isaac Drielsma, birthplace Foreign Parts, and he was a Watchmaker. 11 He was an entry for him at 35 Hanover Street in John Smith's book 'Old Scottish Clockmakers from ' publised in 12 He appeared on the.
Sick notes from Doctor. Mostly signed by John are small pieces of paper simply stating name and date and in the main that the person is ill. Dating from around the time of the Unions and the workhouse, maybe some of these people ended up there.
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8 maps. Gold-blocked brown boards, in a very good dustwrapper. This is a rare book. Rev. Mullin wrote this title, and an earlier book, "The Kirk and Parish of Ballyrashane", as a major study of this area.
This book endevours to trace something of the farms in the district and of the families who farmed them.The third pastoral in this book—"Who can live in heart so glad As the merrie country lad"—is well known; with some other of Breton's daintiest poems, among them the lullaby, "Come little babe, come silly soule,"  —it is incorporated in A.H.
Bullen's Lyrics from Elizabethan Romances ().Anerley has never existed as an independent entity, but rather as a general area.
Prior to the enclosure and the relocation of the Crystal Palace to Penge Place at the top of Sydenham Hill, Anerley was an unoccupied part of Penge Common, and did not develop until the 19th government Act of stipulated that a 50 feet (15 metres) wide, new road, was to be set out from Elmers End.