2 edition of Prattinton collections of Worcestershire history found in the catalog.
Prattinton collections of Worcestershire history
E. A. B. Barnard
|Statement||by E. A. B. Barnard.|
|Contributions||Prattinton, Peter, 1776-1840.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.W9 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||32010967|
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection Full text of "Notes and queries for Worcestershire". William Prattinton. William Prattinton of Bewdley, attributed to Edward Alcock, c Prattinton was a merchant from Bewdley in Worcestershire. He imported Caribbean goods (such as mahogany wood) from Bristol to Bewdley up the river Severn. American War of Independence.
(Lord Treasurer Burghley’s book of maps) Sloane mss. (papers relating to reform of religion) (tradesman’s account book , extracts on alchemy) (papers relating to customs duties in London) (collections relating to printing and engraving, including a bond of ) (miscellaneous tracts and speeches). [Show full abstract] county (William Thomas, Bishop Charles Lyttelton, Peter Prattinton and, most importantly, T. R. Nash, whose ‘Collections’ for a history of the county appeared in –2.
[Show full abstract] county (William Thomas, Bishop Charles Lyttelton, Peter Prattinton and, most importantly, T. R. Nash, whose ‘Collections’ for a history of the county appeared in –2 Author: Lev Nedorezov. a History, Malvern, [The Club], pp. 3) Rev. George Redford ( - see ODNB), Congregationalist minister of the Angel Street Chapel, Worcester. The full story of these essays and their awards is revealed in the newly available minute book of File Size: 3MB.
brassy bird band
Cemeteries of Grandview Township, Washington County, Ohio.
Design of roof-venting systems for single-storey buildings
Lets go, the budget guide to Israel and Egypt.
Automobile scrapping rates
Daisy Miller and other stories
Steel String Guitar
Birmingham Airport development.
Author of New links with Shakespeare, Stanton and Snowshill, Gloucestershire, The Hemmings of Alcester and Oxford, Some notes on the Evesham branch of the Washbourne family, A vanished palace, The Prattinton collections of Worcestershire history, The Rouses of Rous Lench, A seventeenth century country gentleman (Sir Francis Throckmorton, ).
Buy The Prattinton Collections of Worcestershire History. With portraits and a map by Ettwell Augustine Bracher Barnard, Peter Prattinton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ettwell Augustine Bracher Barnard, Peter Prattinton.
The Prattinton Collections of Worcestershire History (st) E A B Barnard HB £ + £ P&P. Worcestershire history plus Kellys & local directories ebooks genealogy on disc. £ + £ P&P. Kellys directories genealogy & history of Worcestershire in pdf ebooks on disc.
COLLECTIONS FOR THE HISTORY OF WORCESTERSHIRE. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection Full text of "Collections for the History of Worcestershire.
Amphlett, J., An Index to Dr. Nash’s Prattinton collections of Worcestershire history book for a History of Worcestershire, Worcestershire Historical Society () Eld, F.J. ed., Lay Subsidy Roll for the county of Worcester, I Edward III, Worcestershire Historical Society () Amphlett, J.
ed., A Survey of Worcestershire, by. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Full text of "A history of Bewdley; with concise accounts of some neighbouring parishes" See other formats.
Parts of the Society's collections have been catalogued in outside publications. The work and interest of three Fellows led to the publication in of a detailed catalogue of one large collection (E.
Barnard, The Prattinton Collections of Worcestershire History). There is bound up in Dr Prattinton's Collections for the History of Worcestershire in the volumes which relate to Bewdley (vol.
IV*) his transcript of an Account from an original in the hands of Thomas Ingrarn Esq. It is the account of Sir John Ashley 'Master of the Revels and Masques' for 3 whole years beginning Nov. I and ending Oct. The Composition of Thomas Habington’s ‘Survey of Worcestershire’ - Volume 26 Issue 3 - C.
Don Gilbert. library (which includes the papers of the Worcestershire antiquary Peter Prattinton), it is a natural focus for research across a wide range of topics relating to history, archaeology and antiquities.
The fact that our Chairman now has the significant initials F.S.A. after his name made me think about previous Society members who have been Fellows. Collections for the History of Worcestershire.
2 volumes, (There is a supplement at the end of volume 2. (There is a supplement at the end of volume 2. Nash drew from the works of Thomas Habington, diedWilliam Thomas, diedCharles Lyttleton, diedand Richard Gough. A Worcestershire book: compiled from material supplied by the members of the Worcestershire Federation of Women's Institutes / edited by Mildred Berkeley and Caroline E.
Jenkins. Worcester: Worcestershire Federation of Women's Institutes, A Survey of Worcestershire by Thomas Habington Vol. II, ed John Amphlett () An Index to Dr Nash’s Collections for a History of Worcestershire, ed. John Amphlett () Lay Subsidy Roll for the County of Worcester 1 Edward I (), ed.
Eld () An Index to. Contents: The church bells of Worcestershire, Part VI by H. Walters; A note on a sketch of Worcester Cathedral (circa) by Rev. Moore Ede (Dean of Worcester) The Church bells of Worcestershire, Part VII by H. Walters; Some additional notes concerning the Prattinton Collection of Worcestershire history by E.
Barnard. Prattinton Collection. The Prattinton Collection relating to the history of Worcestershire (MS ) was assembled by Dr. Peter Prattinton () and received by the Society in under the terms of his will. It consists of notes and extracts, letters, deeds. Nash's History of Worcestershire, edition.
Hereafter called Nash. Dr Nash published his work on Worcestershire in two large volumes and is an invaluable source for the Worcestershire historian. Prattinton's notes on Worcestershire.
The manuscript is to be found in the collection of the Society of antiquaries in London and is therefore not. Excepting some account of the town in Nash's Worcestershire (), an interesting lecture by the Rev.
Gibbons, and a few chapters of a history by the Rev. McCave, which appeared in the Kidderminster Sun newspaper - all of which arc now very difficult to obtain - there is no publication to tell (he story of the past.
International postage and import charges paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Learn More- opens in a new window or tab Any international postage and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.
Learn More- opens in a new window or tab International postage paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Learn More- opens in a new window or tab Any international postage is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. Learn More. Another trifling instalment towards the history of Worcestershire is now respectfully presented to its inhabitants, and the Author ventures to express a hope that it may meet with the general favour of the reading public, equal to that which his previous works have elicited.
The materials of historical works usually consist of tables of pedigrees, charters, battles, sieges, enumerations of. Two codicils were subsequently added.
He died unmarried on 21 Apr. and was buried two days later in Kidderminster church There is an engraving of Clare, taken from a portrait, in Nash’s Collections for the History of Worcestershire Ref Volumes: Authors: Glyn Redworth / Ben Coates.
Notes. Vis. Worcs. (Harl. Soc. xxvii). (Notes on the history of King’s Norton p. 9 BRL ). Peter Prattinton Manuscript Collection of Parochial Notes and Illustrations vol. VI p. (i~ in Society at Antiquaries Library, London. VCH Worcestershire vol. III p. W. p. 1 WORCESTERSHIRE IN THIS NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Before entering on a detail of occurrences which possess, comparatively speaking, only an isolated interest, I shall occupy a few pages in the consideration of some general facts and statistics, which may enable the reader to judge of the advance which the County of Worcester has made during a truly remarkable half-century.
52 Nash, Collections for a History of Worcestershire, 2, –6. 53 W.C.L., E In January the township of Shipston was amerced 20s for not attending the court and John Gurdeler, a burgage tenant, was amerced 20s as a ‘rebel’: ECited by: