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A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII

J. G. Jenkins

A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII

The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme (Victoria County History)

by J. G. Jenkins

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Published by Victoria County History .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Local history,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Staffordshire,
  • Europe - Ireland

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11365607M
    ISBN 100903363178
    ISBN 109780903363174

    Watch full episodes of your favorite HISTORY series, and dive into thousands of historical articles and videos. To know History is to know life. Staffordshire History The County of Staffordshire is rich in history and continues to attract the attention of historians. One of the earliest published resources of information about Staffordshire is William Camden’s Britannia – first published in Latin in .

    8 A History of Walsall and Its Neighbourhood By Frederic William Willmore 3 A History Of The Ancient Parish Of Leek, In Staffordshire By John Sleigh A must for anyone interested in Genealogy, Natural History, Topography, North Staffordshire Potteries, Mining etc. Abbots Bromley is a village and civil parish within the English county of Staffordshire, England. A notably affluent part of the county, Abbots Bromley was rated the best place to live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times in and again in The village is a regular entrant and often winner of the Staffordshire Best Kept Village Competition which takes place across the county each year.

      Some thirty five years later England was plunged into civil war, a series of battles which we call the Wars of the Roses. The first major battle took place just over the border in Staffordshire on 23 rd September, It was one of the blackest days in the history of Cheshire. Parish History [edit | edit source]. CASTLE-CHURCH (St. Lawrence), a parish, in the E. division of the hundred of Cuttlestone, union,and S. division of the county, of Stafford, 1 mile(S. W.) from Stafford with the townships of Forebridge, and Rickerscote with Burton.. Castle Church; With Some Account of Its Parish and Manor and of Its Escheat, Tempore Henry VIII.


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A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII by J. G. Jenkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII: The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme (Victoria County History) [Jenkins, J. G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII: The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme (Victoria County History).

A History of the County of Staffordshire VIII: The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme Edited by J. Jenkins. A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 7, Leek and the Moorlands By A P Baggs, M F Cleverdon, D A Johnston and N J Tringham/ Edited by C R J Currie and M W Greenslade. This volume tells the story of the town of Leek and the north-east corner of Staffordshire adjoining Cheshire and Derbyshire.

The Victoria County History of Staffordshire. Work on the Victoria County History of Staffordshire began in the early twentieth century and the first volume was published in It was anticipated that just four volumes would be written about the county.

A History of the County of Staffordshire March 49 black and white, 34 line illustrations pages x cm Victoria County History ISBN: English county histories, in other words historical and topographical (or "chorographical") works concerned with individual ancient counties of England, were produced by antiquarians from the late 16th century onwards.

The content was variable: most focused on recording the ownership of estates and the descent of lordships of manors, thus the genealogies of county families, heraldry and other.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Collections for a History of Staffordshire: Volume VIII.

Harrison and Sons, - Church property - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people. Staffordshire Incumbents and Parochial Records Will of Wulfric Spot ; Stafforshire Pre-Conquest Charters ; Early Staffordshire History ; The Burton Abbey ; 12th Century Surveys ; The Watling Street in Staffordshire: Staffordshire Parliamentary History Vol I, More information on the Staffordshire volumes including latest news and an index of articles can be found on the Victoria County History pages.

The British History Online site has placed online the full text of the Victoria County History of Staffordshire volumes 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14 & The feudal barony of Stafford was a feudal barony the caput of which was at Stafford Castle in Staffordshire, feudal barons were subsequently created Barons Stafford () by writ, Earls of Stafford () and Dukes of Buckingham ().

After the execution of the 3rd Duke inand his posthumous attainder, the castle and manor of Stafford escheated to the crown, and all the. Staffordshire: A History of the County of Staffordshire: VIII: The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme (Victoria County History) by J.

Jenkins: Staffordshire, 8: The Victoria history of the county of Stafford: Tutbury and Needwood Forest: Staffordshire, The Victoria History of the County of Suffolk. Edited by William Page by William Page. ↑ Natural History of Staffordshire, ch.

viii., § ↑ I can obtain no definite information as to the date of the grant of Bagot's Park, but tradition says it was given to the Bagots by King John, who also gave the ancestors of the ancient breed of goats preserved there, on the preservation of which the existence of the Bagot family and.

Parrott's Audley Survey, ; Audley Terrier, -- History of the Manor of Tyrley -- Staffordshire Jurors Book, ; Cannock Chase Mining Cause, Mr Justice Talfourd's Record in Verse ; Partition of Cheadle Grange ; John Flower Sketches in William Salt Library -- Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Rolls, A history of Stoke-upon-Trent: Being an extract from the Victoria history of the County of Stafford volume VIII [Greenslade, M.

W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A history of Stoke-upon-Trent: Being an extract from the Victoria history of the County of Stafford volume VIIIAuthor: M. W Greenslade. Like many places in the county, a change from arable to pastoral farming in the post-medieval period has left some very prominent ridge and furrow.

This draft parish history is written for the VCH by volunteer Carol Cambers. The aim is to include a final version within a 'Red Book' covering parishes in south Leicestershire, when funds permit. Penkridge is in the district of South Staffordshire in the county of Staffordshire. It is between Stafford, five miles (8 km) to the north and Wolverhampton, ten miles south, and lies mostly on the east bank of the River many years it was commonly thought that the town derived its name from the river, but archaeological digs in to the Roman Fort and villas at Pennocrucium along the A5.

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Back. The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire. Book Description. HENRY VIII King £ Offered by Madoc Books. Staffordshire. There were places in the county of Staffordshire in Domesday Book. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This volume completes the general articles planned for Staffordshire and also contains the history of the county town.

Four articles on agriculture survey a thousand years of farming. Cultivation gradually reduced the extensive woodlands recorded in Domesday Book. Philip Atkins, leader of Staffordshire County Council, said: “This report covers the last financial year, including the period in March when the authority first began helping those affected by.Collections for a history of Staffordshire A History of the Bagot Family A note on the identification of the place named Monetville, in the Domesday survey of Staffordshire The Inquests on the Staffordshire Estates of the Audleys of a.d., from the original inquiations in the public record office.

The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire: The antient and modern history of thirty parishes in the hundred of Offlow, arranged geographically. vol. 2., pt. 1. The prefatory introduction, cummencing with a series of original letters from plot's time to the present; general and natural history Classical county .