2 edition of Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop found in the catalog.
Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop
Cover title - The streets, gates, bridge and town hall of Bridgnorth.
|Statement||from the collections of William Hardwicke with a brief biography and notes by W. Watkins-Pitchford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Collections for a History of Bridgnorth, Shropshire. Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop by William Hardwicke, unknown edition. Lovely little guide history book on Bridgnorth from to the surrender of the Castle in with notes and appendix.
First published in this is a reprint End date: An Extract of a Topographical Account of Bridgnorth in the County of Salop, Communicated to the Royal Society by the Rev. Stackhouse, Minister of St. Mary. Maps. Online maps of Hopstone are available from a number of sites: Bing (Current Ordnance Survey maps).
Google Streetview. National Library of Scotland. (Old maps) (Old Ordnance Survey maps to buy). (Current Ordnance Survey. Bridgnorth Lists is an online database of names found in Bridgnorth document collections and lists.
Spanning dates from tothis information is invaluable for anyone researching family history in Bridgnorth, across Shropshire and beyond. Historical records include oath rolls, suit rolls, burgess books, wills, and more.
Nordley, a place in Astley Abbotts parish, Salop, 2 miles NW of Bridgnorth. Transcribed from The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England & Wales, Administration. Level: Collection; Date: ; Language: eng; Admin History: BRIEF GENERAL HISTORY OF PUBLIC LUNATIC ASYLUMS: By an Act of 14 Geo.
III, c. 49 () private lunatic asylums had to be licensed by Quarter Sessions, and two justices and a physician appointed to inspect them. In (48 Geo. III, c) the justices themselves were empowered.
Accumulations and collections in the Shropshire Record Office used Pages xix-xx A History of the County of Shropshire: Vol Munslow Hundred (Part), the Liberty and Borough of Wenlock.
The Southwell Carpet Factory was built around the by Thomas Martin Southwell on the site of the old Franciscan Friary. By the factory had swallowed up the last remaining friary buildings and it employed people.
Books and journals Anderson, JC, Shropshire, Its Early History Watkins-Pitchford, W, Brief History of Bridgnorth Castle, () 'Evaluation' in West Midlands Watkins-Pitchford, DW, 'Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop: a MS by William Hardwicke' in Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and.
Watkins-Pitchford, D.W.,'Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop: a MS by William Hardwicke' Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Vol. 49 p. Watkins-Pitchford, D.W.,'Bridgnorth Castle and Collections for a history of Bridgnorth Tower' Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Vol.
46 p. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological & Historical Society: In the Shropshire Archaeological Society was established and combined with the Shropshire Natural History and Antiquarian Society (established ) to form the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
In November of that year the first volume of their Transactions (Part I, Volume I) was issued. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Watkins-Pitchford D W, /Collections for a History of Bridgnorth, Salop: a MS by William Hardwicke, p (Article in serial).
SSA Ordnance Survey,Ordnance Survey Record Card SO79SW (Card index). SSA 12 Honeybourne Road, Alveley, Nr Bridgnorth, Shropshire 26/06/ Bridgnorth & District Historical Society 16/03/ Broseley Local History Society 16/03/ Chirk Local History Society 16/03/ Cleobury Mortimer Historical Society 16/03/ Craven Arms & District Local History Group Contacts: James & Angela Smith 4 Hawthorn Close, Craven Arms.
Bridgnorth: A Brief History The earliest mention of Bridgnorth in historical records was in when the Danes set up a camp at ‘Cwatbridge’.
In Ethelfleda, the lady of Mercia and King Alfred’s daughter, built a castle at ‘Bridge’. Shropshire (/ ˈ ʃ r ɒ p ʃ ər,-ʃ ɪər /; alternatively Salop; abbreviated, in print only, Shrops; demonym Salopian / s ə ˈ l oʊ p i ə n / sə-LOH-pee-ən, is a county in England, bordering Wales to the west, Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, and Worcestershire and Herefordshire to the south.
Shropshire Council was created ina unitary authority taking over from. Bailiff, Bridgnorthcoroner ; j.p.q. Salop Biography The Horde family had been pre-eminent in Bridgnorth since the beginning of the 15th century, when it had acquired by marriage the property of the family of Palmer, which had supplied Bridgnorth with many bailiffs and Members.
Watkins-Pitchford, D.W.,'Collections for a history of Bridgnorth, Salop: a MS by William Hardwicke' Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Vol.
49 p. Primary (Medieval documents or transcriptions of such documents - This section is far from complete and the secondary sources should be consulted for. Cox's Magna Britannia et Hibernia Antiqua & Nova SHROPSHIRE SECTIONByTHOMAS COX() Extracted from Cox’s Magna Britannia et Hibernia published circa this is a.
Brothers Samuel and Nathaniel Buck were the leading British topographical draughtsmen and engravers of the 18th century.
They produced several hundred drawings and engravings, including 87 ‘Prospects’ of England and Wales. Between the late 11th century andthe English county of Shropshire (or Salop) had a large exclave within the present-day Black Country and surrounding area. This territory was gained from neighbouring Worcestershire, and the exclave's border corresponded with the medieval Manor of Hala (or Halas, Hales).
Shropshire (Detached) contained the townships of (what are now known as) Halesowen. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Volume 2. Staffordshire Record Society. William Salt Archaeological Society, - Staffordshire (England) - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Salop is the abbreviation of these.
When a council for the county was set up init was called "Salop County Council". The name was never popular, with Ludlow MP Sir Jasper More raising an amendment to the Local Government Bill to rename the county "Shropshire"  - at the time the council itself opposed the change, although later.
There was a book published in by Walter Rutter's wife Margaret Rutter and Heather Dent, called Bridgnorth - A Pictorial History." Mr Walker was more than happy to.
Thomas W & Mary Foley) (b. 16 Novd. 6 Feb ) of Apley was J.P., D.L.(Salop), H.S. for Salop (), Whig M.P. for Bridgnorth and on the Roll of Freemen 21 Sep He was recorder of the borough, and lay dean of the royal peculiar, and exempt jurisdiction of the deanery of Bridgnorth.
Worfield is a village and civil parish in Shropshire in the West Midlands, England. It is miles ( km) northwest of London and 10 miles (16 km) west of is north of Bridgnorth and southeast of parish, which include the hamlet of Chesterton, is an extensive one which lies on the River Worfe.
The name Worfield comes from its location on the river Worfe and the. List of members in vol.,5 (pt. 1) 7,13, ; new ser.vols. for, Reviews: 1. Welcome to the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society Shropshire, on the border between upland Wales and lowland England, has had a complex and turbulent history.
This fascinating past is reflected in a wealth of archaeological sites of all types and periods and in a rich collection of archives.
The Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society aims. THE WOLVERHAMPTON CHRONICLE REPORT OF THE SPEECHES OF J. PRITCHARD M.P. SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY. a repair to a tear to lower left hand corner, a row of punched holes along left hand edge, mild staining else in good general condition.
Bridgnorth was a parliamentary borough in Shropshire which was represented in the House of Commons of England from untilthen in the House of Commons of Great Britain untiland in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from until its abolition in It was represented by two burgesses untilwhen it was reduced to one Member of.
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RAF Bridgnorth was a Royal Air Force Station, created on 6 Novemberat Stanmore, to the East of Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England. However, as RAF Stanmore Park already existed in Middlesex, it was named RAF Bridgnorth. Although during its existence, various static aeroplanes were displayed as Gate Guardians, RAF Bridgnorth never had a runway.
Extract from "The History of Parliament" Synge, Richard (c. ) of Bridgnorth, Salop. M.P. for BRIDGNORTH in Family and Education b.
c, 3rd but 1st surv. of George Synge, tanner of Bridgnorth and 2nd w. Anne, da. of Hugh Catistrey of Catistrey, Salop. Feb 7, - My Paternal Grandmother's line of Brothwoods have roots here. Lots of digging for limestone and coal.
Also the Vickers and Groom Grandfolks. Even my husband's mother - long line of CHURMS - THEN, they moved to Wolverhampton early 19th century.
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Filing history for WORLIFTS LIMITED () People for WORLIFTS LIMITED () Charges for WORLIFTS LIMITED Alveley, Bridgnorth, Salop, WV15 6LT. Role Resigned 24 April Nationality British Occupation Book-Keeper WORLEY, Samuel Correspondence address 3 Maple Crescent, Alveley, Bridgnorth, Salop, WV15 6LT.
When a county council for the county was first established init was called Salop County Council. Following the Local Government ActSalop became the official name of the county, but a campaign led by a local councillor, John Kenyon, succeeded in having both the county and council renamed as Shropshire in .
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