survey of Staffordshire

containing the antiquities of that county by Sampson Erdeswicke

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Statementcollated with manuscript copies and with additions and corrections by Wryrley ... [et al.], illustrative of the history and antiquities of that county by Rev. Thomas Harwood.
ContributionsHarwood, Thomas, 1767-1842.
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Caverswall Castle is a privately owned early 17th-century English mansion built in a castellar style upon the foundations and within the walls of a 13th-century medieval is a Grade I listed building in Caverswall, castle is large, with Coordinates: 52°58′57″N 2°04′33″W . A survey of Staffordshire: containing the antiquities of that county. Collated with manuscript copies, and with additions and corrections, by Wyrley, Chetwynd, Degge, Smyth, Lyttelton, Buckeridge, and others; illustrative of the history and antiquities of the county, by Thomas Harwood () (Reprint). Domesday Book, the original record or summary of William I’s survey of England. By contemporaries the whole operation was known as “the description of England,” but the popular name Domesday—i.e., “doomsday,” when men face the record from which there is no appeal—was in general use by the midth. History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire: And the City and County of the City of Lichfield, Comprising a General Survey of the County of Stafford and the Diocese of Lichfield & Coventry; with Separate Historical, Statistical, & Topographical Descriptions of All the Boroughs, Towns, Parishes, Villages, Hamlets, Manors, and 5/5(1).

  The resistance which Staffordshire opposed to the Conqueror was punished by ruthless harrying and confiscation, and the Domesday Survey supplies evidence of the depopulated and impoverished condition of the county, which at this period contained but 64 mills, whereas Dorset, a smaller county, contained Tean is a large village in Staffordshire, is around 15 kilometres ( mi) south-east of River Tean runs through the village, heading east towards Uttoxeter. Population details for the census can be found under Checkley.. The village is itself composed of two villages: Upper Tean (the larger of the two) and Lower y: England. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eyton, Robert William, Domesday studies. London, Trübner; Stafford, J. Halden, (OCoLC)   Photographs (one of the glories of this book) show the coved vaults painted with histrionic scenes from Wagner operas. Volume 53 of the Survey of .

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This is a reproduction of a book published before   A Survey Of Staffordshire: Containing, The Antiquities Of That County, With A Description Of Beeston-castle In Cheshire Hardcover – Aug by Sampson Erdeswicke (Author), Sir William Dugdale (Creator), Sir Simon Degge (Creator) & 0 moreAuthor: Sampson Erdeswicke.

Appears in 16 books from Page 15 - Coryphaeus, but the very soul and sun of all the mathematicians of his time.'' The manor of Buckenhall is now the property of John Sparrow, of Bishton, esq.

Arms of Burwash, or Burghurst: Gules, a lion rampant, queue fourchee Or. 9 Thursfield remained in the posterity of the Gresleys, till it became one of the manors which. A Survey of Staffordshire: Containing the Antiquities of that County by Sampson Erdeswicke, Thomas Harwood. Domesday Book by page Current page: Staffordshire, page 7 The original folios of Domesday Book, a complete survey of England written in AD Domesday Book by page Current page: Staffordshire, page 2 The original folios of Domesday Book, a complete survey of England written in AD Domesday Book by page Current page: Staffordshire, page 10 The original folios of Domesday Book, a complete survey of England written in AD Domesday Book by page Current page: Staffordshire, page 3 The original folios of Domesday Book, a complete survey of England written in AD A survey of Staffordshire, containing the antiquities of that county by Sampson Erdeswick, collated with manuscript copies and with additions and corrections ; illustrative of.

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from the. In William Salt, F.S.A., printed twenty copies of ‘A List and Description of the Manuscript Copies of Erdeswick's Survey of Staffordshire, which have been traced in Public Libraries or Private Collections, –3;’ it had previously appeared in Harwood's edition of the ‘Survey,’ pp.

lxxix–ci. 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 Survey of Staffordshire: Containing, the Antiquities of that County, with a Description of Beeston-Castle in Cheshire - Ebook written by Sampson Erdeswicke, Sir.

The Old China Book Staffordshire Potteries' Directory For Copper-Plate Engraver: A Survey of His Life and Work with Particular Reference to His Work at Swansea Pottery Teitelman, S. Robert, et s to America: Creamware for the American Market Mike Trew, Ynysmeudwy and the Williamses. Hilderstone is recorded in the Domesday Book of In the survey the village has the name Heldulvestone [6] In the survey the settlement was described as quite small with only 6 households.

Other Assets included 2 villager or villein, meadow of Country: England. Staffordshire - Local History Books. Product Compare (0) Sort By: Show: Erdeswick's Survey of Staffordshire () Erdeswicke lived in Staffordshire in the late 16th century, and supposedly s.

£ Add to Cart. Historic Staffordshire () Historic Staffordshire () Robert Dent and Joseph Hill collaborated on a number of local. The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork yet consists of over 3, items, amounting to a total of kg (11 lb) of gold, kg (3 lb) of silver and some 3, pieces of garnet cloisonné jewellery.

The hoard was most likely deposited in the 7th century, and contains artefacts probably manufactured during the 6th and 7th g: Latin.

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Copy, ca. of a medieval survey of the manor of Wetton, Staffordshire, England. Written on eleven leaves in a blank book created in for John Crynes. The volume is bound in roll-tooled calf over boards with two clasps.

The back pastedown contains five five-line staves withthe bass portion of a pre-Reformation, ca.hymn of the Sarum rite. Buy The Wetlands of Shropshire and Staffordshire (): NHBS - Edited By: MD Leah, CE Wells, P Stamper, E Huckerby and C Welch, Oxbow Books. About this Item: Andesite Press 8/23/, Paperback or Softback.

Condition: New. The Geology of the North Staffordshire Coalfields. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS A survey of Staffordshire, containing the antiquities of that county by Sampson Erdeswick, collated with manuscript copies and with additions and corrections ; illustrative of the history and antiquities of that county by Thom.

Harwood - Ebook written by Sampson Erdeswick. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS : Sampson Erdeswick. History. According to the Domesday Book, Eccleshall in was no more than a small village of about one hundred inhabitants.A few fragments of stone at the base of the tower of the present Parish Church of Holy Trinity suggest that a stone church was in existence about this time and the base of a 10th-century cross still stands outside the church.

The oldest part of the church, the District: Stafford. Wolverhampton 10 1: This plan covers part of the English Midland plateau. The Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal is depicted down the left side. Opened for traffic in Maythe canal was built by engineer James Brindley as part of his 'Grand Cross', a far-sighted scheme to link the ports of Hull, Liverpool and Bristol by connecting the rivers Mersey, Trent.

Education Dept., 4 books Staffordshire General Lunatic Asylum, 4 books Robert Plot, 2 books Charles Henry Poole, 2 books Staffordshire Record Society, 2 books Simon Buteux, 2 books William Yates, 2 books Henry Wedgwood, 1 book Duignan, W.

H., 1 book J. Cherry, 1 book Rushall (Staffordshire: Parish), 1 book Edith Cotterill, 1 book A. The EPNS survey of Staffordshire was begun by J.

P. Oakden, and his first volume, covering Cuttlestone Hundred, was published in Sadly Oakden passed away soon afterwards, and the survey remained incomplete. David Horovitz has also published a book on The Place-Names of Staffordshire, based on his PhD thesis, which includes a selection of.Staffordshire, Mucklestone.

Archdeaconry of Staffordshire Visitation Act Book. LRO: B/V/1/ Staffordshire, Mucklestone: Archdeaconry of Staffordshire Visitation Act Book: LRO: B/V/1/Staffordshire, Newcastle under Lyme. Letter from John of Gaunt's Register Book.

TNA: DL 42/ Staffordshire, Newcastle under Lyme. Collections for a history of Staffordshire by Staffordshire Record Society,Houghton and Hammond edition, in English.