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The old halls, manors and families of Derbyshire; Volume II.
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This Hall family is traced to King Robert I (/15/), of Western Francia (later France) and Count of Poitiers and Paris and Marquis of Neustria and Orleans. His son was Prince Hugh the Great (c/16/), Duke of the Franks, Count of Paris, Orleans, and the Vexin (called the father of France). He was a 6th-generation descendant of the. A Breton at the Battle of Hastings. Ralph was youngest son of Main II who was the powerful Baron Fougeres in Brittany. Ralph succeeded him in He also held in Norfolk, Suffolk, and Buckingham. He was ancestor of the Bohuns, and many other noble families. Manors: Adworthy, Afton Ipplepen, Galmpton (Churston Ferrers).
Posted by: Nancy on Feb 5 Surname: Beard This unusual name is of Anglo-Saxon and Old French origin, and is one of the oldest recorded in England appearing in the Domesday Book of in its Old French (Norman) form of "Hugo a la Barbe", in Hampshire. Eyre Family And The Catholic Graces Of Derbyshire The Eyres and Catholic Graces of Derbyshire The last direct descendants of the famous Eyre Family of Derbyshire may well have left over a century ago, but the legacy of their year tenure has bequeathed to the county a history rich in its heritage of architecture and legend.
Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire Volume I, The High Peak Hundred by Joseph Tilley There is a simple question which our research has forced upon us: Why is it more difficult to get at anything like an accurate pedigree of the Cokaynes than of the whole three hundred of the old Derbyshire families? WARNING - the site will be down from ~ pm to pm, Wed 26th Feb - emergency maintenance. For over 25 years the Society has linked together people researching their family history in Derbyshire. We have built up an extensive library of documents, and have also placed a significant amount of data online, on this website.
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Volume Two of the set is for the Appletree Hundred and Wirksworth Wapentake: CONTENTS. BARTON BLOUNT, BOYLESTONE, BRADLEY, BRAILSFORD, BREADSALL, BROUGHTON. Excerpt from The Old Halls, Manors, and Families of Derbyshire, Vol. 3: The Scarsdale Hundred No town in the county has come in for such derogatory descriptions as Chesterfield, whether as regards its appearance or inhabitants.
The shops, says Jennings, in his Rambles. Are dirty, the ﬂesh of Author: Joseph Tilley. William Smith Porter, Notes from a Peakland Parish [Hope, Derbyshire] () Joseph Tilley, Old Halls and Manors of Derbyshire, vols () Victoria County History, Derbyshire, vol.1 () and Lancashire, Vol.3 () John Pym Yeatman, The Feudal History of the County of Derby, vols 1 and 5 (, ).
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The Old Halls, Manors, and Families of Derbyshire The Scarsdale Hundred by Joseph Tilley Volume 3. Tilley () “Parwich Hall” In J. Tilley “Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire Vol.2 pp () “ Treasures of Derbyshire Houses.
VIII Family Portraits Old and New at Parwich Hall ” Derbyshire Life and Countryside vol no.2 February pp. The Old Halls of New Mills & District: The Old Halls of New Mills and District. MELLOR HALL. The Royal Manor of Longdendale of which the extensive Parish of Glossop was a portion has evidently been the bugbear of the compilers, not one, with the exception of Lysons, has had the courage to face it, or the courtesy to admit that their research was simply limited.
Even Lysons is. The Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire, Volume 1, p The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 4, p 49 "Townships: Hapton," in A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6, ed.
William Farrer and J Brownbill .The Bold family, of the Lancashire township bearing the same name, trace their origins back to Anglo-Saxon times before the Norman Conquest of The earliest known record mentions a William de Bold inbut it is thought that the foundations Bold Hall (old hall) were laid well before that.
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