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2 edition of Nottinghamshire found in the catalog.

Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire County Library.

Nottinghamshire

a catalogue of the county library local history collection.

by Nottinghamshire County Library.

  • 97 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by County Library in Nottingham .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nottinghamshire (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Nottinghamshire (England) -- History -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreBibliography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ2024.N9 N6 1966
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[6], 119 p.
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5568901M
      LC Control Number67075836
      OCLC/WorldCa10417138

      These are overlaid by sandstones and limestones in the west and clay in the east. Tony Woodcock was born in Eastwood in There is an option of having an appropriate hand painted illustration added to the inscription. Inscription Entry for. Holme Pierrepoint belonged to the Pierrepoints from the time of Edward L; Shelford was the seat of the Stanhopes, and Langar of the Tibetots, afterwards earls of Worcester.

      It was enlarged inlargely replaced inand almost destroyed by fire in This can be in the form of a driving licence, bill or rental agreement. Nottinghamshire Coat of Arms As of the county is estimated to have a population of just over one million. Gedling, 5. Palaeolithic and Celtic settlements[ edit ] This section needs expansion.

      The meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month and begin at pm and finish no later than pm. Nottingham boasts many cultural experiences including museums, art galleries, theatres and the Nottingham Robin Hood town tour. The conurbation has a population of about , though less than half live within the city boundaries. Settlements and communications New buildings around the Old Lace Market Nottingham The traditional county town, and the largest settlement in the historic and ceremonial county boundaries, is Nottingham. Lawrence was from Eastwood in Nottinghamshire. Nottingham, after the treaty of Wedmorebecame one of the five Danish boroughs.


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Nottinghamshire book

There are also traces of monastic ruins at Beauvale, Mattersey, Radford and Thurgarton. Newark Castle There are several market towns in the county. On the break-up of Mercia under HardicanuteNottinghamshire was included in the earldom of the Middle Englishbut in it again became part of Leofric's earldom of Mercia, and descended to Edwin and Morkere.

William A. Broxtowe, 4. They were saved from demolition by a council scheme, which won an EEC habitat award in For more information on this service: Telephone: Ashfield, 2. If items are unavailable within the county we can often get them from elsewhere in the UK.

The Book of Remembrance is intended as a permanent memorial to the deceased. High Marnham is now closed. UntilNottinghamshire was united with Derbyshire under one sheriffthe courts and tourns being held at Nottingham until the reign of Henry III, when with the assizes for both counties they were removed to Derby.

Everyone can use the libraries at ground level, however some libraries are awaiting ramps or other modifications to reach the upper floors. Of the old castles, the principal remains are those at Newark, but there are several interesting old mansions, as at Kingshaugh, ScroobyShelford and Southwell.

As well as local bus services throughout the county, Nottingham and its suburbs have a tram system, Nottingham Express Transit. Take a photo tour of the beautiful grounds and explore this privately-owned corner of England with a member of the family who lives there.

All DVDs are one week loan only. Our view of The Nottinghamshire Stylish and unique, we feel this resort will be a big favourite with our clients for many years to come. If you visit on a day other than the anniversary that you have chosen, you will need to ask for a member of staff to assist you.

But has since closed and been converted to a Sainsburys Local Transport[ edit ] The M1 motorway runs close to Eastwood junctions 26 and London: J. Nottinghamshire Coat of Arms As of the county is estimated to have a population of just over one million.

Inscription Entry for.

Education Library Service

Toton, Nottinghamshire was the birthplace and home of English folk singer-songwriter Anne Briggs -well known for her song 'Black Waterside. Wollaton Hallnear Nottingham, is a fine old building c.

Nottingham

Several cricket players were born in the area, including Thomas Limb and William Rigley. Someone is always available to help you on weekdays. If another inscription is being added to the same page as your own, it will not be possible to view your inscription.

It is now a hotel and conference centre.The Nottinghamshire Archives fronts onto Wilford Street. It is next door to the Magistrates Court and the HMRC Buildings (formerly Inland Revenue) are across the road. The Archives building is a five minute walk from Nottingham Railway Station, the Broadmarsh Bus Station and.

The Education Library Service offers schools who buy in a cost effective way of supporting the curriculum and promoting reading for pleasure. To save you time, our specialist librarians will create resource collections to match your classroom needs. Situated on the historic Bridlesmith Gate, Waterstones Nottingham is the finest bookshop in the Midlands.

Our beautiful Victorian building hosts four floors of literary wonder, including a range of contemporary Fiction amongst the largest to be found anywhere in the country, a Children's section as bright and wide as the sky, that is always bustling with fun activities and things to do, and.

John Throsby's republication and expansion of Robert Thoroton's 'The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire' (first published in ). This volume covers the parishes of the hundreds of Rushcliffe, Bingham and Newark.

In each file, Thoroton's original text is followed by that of Throsby. Nottinghamshire, Thoroton's History. Originally published by J.

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