2 edition of History of Pleasley Manor. found in the catalog.
History of Pleasley Manor.
by The Author] in [Mansfield, Eng
|LC Classifications||DA690 P54 G3|
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|Number of Pages||20|
Then, in the Domesday Book of , Byfleet was listed as having a Manor, a Mill, and a Church, along with enough forest to feed 10 Hogs. Byfleet came into Crown ownership in , and from then on, glamorous figures from history lived at, destroyed, and rebuilt Byfleet Manor, and many Kings, Queens and Princes have visited, or granted the. History of the Manor and Ancient Barony of Castle Combe, in the County of Wilts: Chiefly Compiled from Original Mss. and Chartularies at Castle Combe. With Memoirs of the Families of Dunstanvile, Badlesmere, Tiptoft, Scrope, Fastolf, EtcReviews: 1.
In , John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Pleasley Hill like this. PLEASLEY-HILL, a chapelry in Mansfield parish, Notts; on the river Meden, at the boundary with Derby, and adjacent to Pleasley, 3 miles N W of Mansfield -town, Mansfield. Pop., about The living is a p. curacy, annexed to the p. curacy of Mansfield, St. John, in the. Parish History [edit | edit source]. MANSFIELD (St. Peter), a market-town and parish, and head of a union, in the N. division of the wapentake of Broxtow and of the county of Nottingham, 14 miles (N. by W.) from Nottingham with the hamlet of ans, General Baptists, the Society of Friends, Independents, Primitive Wesleyans, and Unitarians have a place of worship.
Philipsburg Manor is undoubtedly one of my favorites of the living history restorations I’ve visited as a travel photographer. If you’re looking for an educational opportunity, you’ll find it. If you’re looking for a great book and gift shop for souvenirs and books about the area’s history. While many of the great houses of West Sussex have been well-documented, Historic Houses of West Sussex and their Owners is a thoroughly interesting addition to the Sussex bookshelf because of its coverage of the lesser known treasures peppered across the county.
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A palace of the Bishops of St Davids "Perhaps a place of retreat during the Welsh Wars" (Thompson ) Sometime before Robert de Willoughby sold the manor of Pleasley to Thomas Bek, a younger brother History of Pleasley Manor.
book John, Lord Bek of Eresby (Lincs.) (d. ),who was bishop of St David's from until his death in Each home has a distinct personality and style.
Author Dan Cruickshank provides a comprehensive discussion of the houses' distinguishing features and their life through the years. The book is about 1/2 text and 1/2 photos and is well-designed. For those who love the history /5(13). Pleasley: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Pleasley.
Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Browse 25 photo books on Pleasley and the surrounding area. See All Books Memories of Pleasley Read and share your memories of Pleasley itself or of a particular photo of Pleasley.
Mr Frederick Verney is lord of the manor and chief landowner, having inherited from Lady Verney, who with her sister Miss Florence Nightingale were coheiresses. Pleasley Vale is a romantic spot 1½ mile from the village, with limestone cliffs and ravines, and factories for cotton, silk, and merino spinning.
The manor of Pleasley belonged to Thomas Bee, Bishop of St. David's, Lord Treasurer to King Edward I., who, inhad a grant of a market at this place on Mondays, and a fair for three days at the festival of St. Luke. (fn. n12) The market has long ago been discontinued. Brief History Pleasley Colliery & Railways The colliery is situated in the North East Derbyshire coalfield.
As with so many mines in the area it was the Stanton Iron Company that acquired the Pleasley Park Mineral rights in and soon after this began to sink the shafts necessary to get at the coal. And, it's also fun to read the stories of the strange. This book has it all. Ann and Jordan did a great job of researching the history of this house and it's occupants.
The history of the house, especially the paranormal history and experiences of occupants and visitors to the house made for a wonderful read/5(14).
Skegby is mentioned in the Domesday Book as "a berewick of the King's manor at Mansfield". Skegby manor house (which is now in ruins) is located on Mansfield Road.
In Godfrey Spigurnal became Lord of the Manor of ct: Ashfield. First opened inthe school is named after Antony Bek, a Bishop of Durham. The Bek family acquired half of the manor of Pleasley in and Anthony often returned during the crusades with Prince Edward. The school is situated on Rotherham Road, District: Bolsover and Mansfield.
Inthe Doomsday Book, a national land register, was compiled by Order of William the Conqueror. The entry for the manor of Sedgley ends with a valuation of ten pounds, and gives the following description: "There are six hides. The arable land is 12 carucates.
It originally consisted of the townships of Pleasley, Shirebrook, and Stoney Houghton, which included the colliery villages of Upper Pleasley and New Houghton. The earliest surviving registers of baptisms, marriages and burials go back to This book outlines a walk around the railways of Pleasley, Teversal and Skegby.
It also tells the history of the three railways we encounter: The Tibshelf to Pleasley, The Doe Lea Line and the Leen Valley Extension. PLEASLEY, a village, a parish, and a sub-district, in the district of Mansfield and county of village stands on the river Meden, at the boundary with Notts, 3¼ miles N W of Mansfield r.
station; was once a market town; and has a post-office under Mansfield, and fairs on 6 May and 29 Oct. Manorial history to present time.
The Clarke family. The boundaries of the manor. The enclosure of the wastes and commons. The Calderstones. The church history. Topographical and family notes. Lords of the manor of : Among the trees southwest of the Manor House are Ogham Stones, which were brought to Adare Manor from Kerry by Edwin, the 3rd Earl of Dunraven.
Ogham Stones date from the early 5th Century to the middle of the 7th Century. They are mainly Christian in context and are usually associated with old churches or early Christian burial sites. Proper nonfiction history books, not historical fiction, about any period, event, area or topic you like.
Just well-written, well-researched, informative and interesting books for historians, history students and history enthusiasts. I didn't mean this to be a list of pop history, but I think it's too late now, so you might as well go g: Pleasley Manor. School History Anthony Bek, the famous bishop and soldier was born in and it is from him that our school takes its name.
The Bek family acquired half of the manor of Pleasley in and Anthony often returned here during the crusades with Prince Edward. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the A Perspective on Pendley: A history of Pendley Manor by Bob Little at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or Pages: Inthe landscape historian Mac Griswold was rowing Mac Griswold's The Manor is the biography of a uniquely American place that has endured through wars great and small, through fortunes won and lost, through histories bright and sinister—and of the family that has lived there since its founding as a Colonial New England slave plantation three and a half centuries ago/5.
Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from Its Formation in to /5(6). I would think if these photos from are of the Great Northern Railway which passed to the south of Pleasley Colliery and then headed north to Langwith Junction, the railway that passed to the north which is the older railway in the area is the Midland Railway which ran from Westhouses Junction to Pleasley Junction at Mansfield Woodhouse.The manor was afterwards in the Leakes, who appear to have been posssessed of it in the reign of Henry VI.
After the death of Nicholas Leake, the last Earl of Scarsdale, it was purchased by Henry Thornhill, Esq. Pleasley Vale, near Pleasley works, a handsome mansion, the residence of William Hollins, Esq. In Pleasley park, adjoining the cotton.sedgley manor This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.