2 edition of Lincolnshire in history, and Lincolnshire worthies. found in the catalog.
Lincolnshire in history, and Lincolnshire worthies.
|Statement||By J. Medcalf. (Reprinted, with additions, from the "Lincolnshire poacher" county magazine.) Illustrated from photographs, etc.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.L7 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||03013021|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm. A history of the fens of south Lincolnshire being a description of the rivers Witham and Welland and their estuary, and an account of the reclamation, drainage, and enclosure of the fens adjacent thereto 2d ed. greatly enl. by Wheeler, William H.
Lincolnshire in Northeast of England. By Sonja Stark. Foreign travel fuels the soul and lights the imagination, and nowhere is this truer than in Lincolnshire, England. The Northeast is home to incredible secrets and romantic adventures. The view from Lincoln Cathedral – photos by Sonja Stark. Lincolnshire Blue Badge Guide Vic Hughes sums it. Exeter Working Papers in Book History; 15 The British book trades: topographical listings. Lincolnshire. This page is one of a series of county listings which are being developed to bring together biographical information relating to localities throughout the British Isles which is currently scattered in other sections of the Exeter Working papers.
Lincolnshire unfolds over low hills and the sparsely populated, pancake-flat Fens where the farmland is strewn with windmills and, more recently, wind turbines. Surrounding the history-steeped county town of Lincoln you'll find seaside resorts, scenic waterways, serene nature reserves and stone-built towns tailor-made for English period dramas. This beautifully illustrated walking guide explores the history and heritage that make the Lincolnshire landscape so unique. Covering everything on the routes from folklore, culture and wildlife to archaeology, geology and architecture, it tells of the past hidden in Lincolnshire s s: 2.
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Lincolnshire in History and Lincolnshire Worthies Author Medcalf, J Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - G+ Jacket condition No DW Edition 1st Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Ward, Lock Place of Publication Lincolnshire in history Date published Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Reviews of 22 books and a list of a further books to do with Lincolnshire history, archaeology, places and people, published in No. 41 - SLHA Journal: Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.
41 - Jim Johnston, diedObituary Dr Jim Johnston was one of the Society’s and Lincolnshire’s most eminent historians. Lincolnshire Index A-H The following pages include Lincolnshire in history place-names and landowners, and beneath some are links to websites containing the local history of that place.
If you have a local history site that you would like to be included on these pages please get in touch via the Contact page. Ruby Hunt wrote about fenland people and places, Winston Kime and others about ‘Lincolnshire Worthies’ (a long running and popular series), Tom Herbert about early Lincolnshire memories, Leslie Hunt about RAF history, Nigel and Mary Kerr had a series on ‘Buildings of Lincolnshire’, Nigel Colbourn had a regular page ‘In My Lincolnshire.
History of The Pilgrim Fathers in Lincolnshire. Written by: June Russell on J Although it is widely known that the Pilgrim Fathers set sail on the Mayflower in from Plymouth in search of a better life in America, how many know of the role both Boston and Lincolnshire & The Invention Of The Tank.
Written by: June Russell on J Since the Society has published numerous informative and well-illustrated books about the history and archaeology of Lincolnshire.
Over the same period the former FLARE (which joined with SLHA in ) published or promoted an impressive series of monographs on the archaeology of Lincoln. Publications from both organisations are listed below.
Lincolnshire’s History and Heritage. Lincolnshire History & Heritage is long and fascinating. This largely agricultural county has played an important role throughout British history. Amongst other things, Lincolnshire is home to the very first Norman castle built in England, was birthplace to King Henry IV, and has played a crucial role in two World Wars.
The Spalding Name. The Spalding family originated in Flanders, the origin of many East Anglians of Britain.
The surname Spalding appeared quite early in English history derived from the town of Spalding in Lincolnshire. The first written record concerning Spalding was a charter issued in A.D. by King Athelbald to the monks of Crowland Abbey. Full text of "A history of freemasonry in Lincolnshire; being a record of all extinct and existing lodges, chapters, &c.; a century of the working of Provincial Grand Lodge and the Witham Lodge; together with biographical notices of provincial grand masters and other eminent masons of.
Lincolnshire. There were places in the county of Lincolnshire in Domesday Book. history of the historic county of Lincolnshire; it is the fourth book to have Lincolnshire is not one of the favoured regions of England.
Unlike many other counties it has never had its own history produced by an industrious eighteenth or nineteenth century antiquary. It is not that there have been few students of history within the county. Somersby is a village in the Lincolnshire Wolds, with an origin going back before the Domesday Book of Its most famous native was Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who was born at the rectory here inwhere his father George was the rector.
Lincolnshire Census Lincolnshire genealogy. In Which Years was it Conducted?. Censuses of the poor: In the latter part of the 16th century and the opening decades of the 17th, special censuses of the poor were taken. These determined the numbers and conditions of the poor in particular towns, and often included finding out where individuals had come from, reflecting the close link between.
Lincolnshire Farmland in Lincolnshire, England. Tim Heaton. Lincolnshire, England: Belton House Belton House, near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. © Ron Gatepain (A Britannica Publishing Partner) Lincolnshire contains two prominent upland areas, which cross it from north to south.
The more westerly, and narrower, is Lincoln Edge, a limestone escarpment rising abruptly on its western side. First published inWheeler's historical work on the Fens of South Lincolnshire is reissued here in its much expanded second edition of It discusses in detail the reclamation of the fenland in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
History Of The Lincolnshire Regiment Paperback – Febru by C. Simpson (Author) out of 5 stars 9 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 9.
Filed under: Lincolnshire (England) -- History -- Early works to A true relation of the re-taking of Howhum garrison in Lincolne-shire, which was surprised by the Newark forces the 10 of Iune, and re-gained the 12 of Iune by the forces of Grantham, under the command of Colonel Grey.
Leicestershire (22 books) North East Lincolnshire (3 books) North Lincolnshire (3 books) Norfolk ( books) Northamptonshire (46 books) Nottinghamshire (88 books) Peterborough (17 books) Rutland (26 books).
Our books are historical (local, national, international and military), biographical ('Life in Lincolnshire' and 'Vernacular History Series'), or dialect (both academic and oral tradition).
We also stock some archaeological papers including a detailed study of Lincoln Castle before and after and a popular title The History and Archaeology.
Lincolnshire (abbreviated Lincs.) is a county in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the borders Norfolk to the south-east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south-west, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, South Yorkshire to the north-west, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north.
It also borders Northamptonshire in the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color), maps ; 26 cm.The county of Lincolnshire is a beautiful mixture of low-lying marshy fen land, modest hills and the steep valleys of the rolling Wolds; it is also home to a wealth of folklore, legend and intrigue.
With one of the most interesting dialects in the country, this vast region is Reviews: 4.A BRIEF HISTORY OF LINCOLN, ENGLAND. By Tim Lambert. ROMAN LINCOLN. Lincoln began as a Roman town. The Romans conquered Lincolnshire in 48 AD. Shortly afterward they built a fort on the site of Lincoln.
However, by the late 1st century, the area was pacified so the soldiers moved on and the fort was abandoned. A new town was created on the site.