Published January 1, 1996
by Victoria County History .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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The Victoria County History of Staffordshire. Work on the Victoria County History of Staffordshire began in the early twentieth century and the first volume was published in It was anticipated that just four volumes would be written about the county. At that time, however, funding could not be maintained and no further progress was made The History of Staffordshire is part of the national ongoing series known as the Victoria County History intended to provide a comprehensive and authoritative history of each county. The Staffordshire Section of Domesday Book, West Cuttlestone Hundred. (Villages SW of Stafford to the Shropshire Border). Volume VII Leek and the Moorlands Buy A History of the County of Essex: v. 7 (Victoria County History): Volume VII First Edition. by W. R. Powell, W. R. Powell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › History › Europe › Great Britain. This book is the latest of the recent VCH volumes that have reached new heights in terms of the information they contain. LANDSCAPE HISTORY The most significant achievement of the volume is that it shows how this unusual twentieth-century community was is scholarship that matches the highest standards of the volumes produced by the long-serving county editors of past ://
User Review - Flag as inappropriate Excellent book on getting to know the history of Connecticut's largest metropolitan area of south-western Fairfield County. The understanding and background of the Greater Bridgeport region is a nuance of historical non-fiction and early American achievement's. From the focus on indigenous occupants to the early New England settlers of this area this book Transcripts of The Star Chamber Proceedings at Stafford have been published in the following volumes of "Collections for a History of Staffordshire": Henry VII & Henry VIII -- volume -- volume -- volume Shows the names of some residents. Date, scale, and title from Stephenson's Civil War maps, Pen-and-ink and pencil mounted on cloth. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H63 LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. In pencil at right upper corner: (second 4 crossed out). Fourth Series Volume I The Committee at Stafford The Order Book of the Staffordshire County Committee pp. Donald Henshaw Pennington Ivan Alan Roots. Fourth Series Volume II () The Gentry of Staffordshire Transcribed from Manuscript /1 in the Staffordshire Record Office pp. Ruth M. ?page_id=