3 edition of Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale, 1360 = found in the catalog.
by Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Written in English
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Extenta dominii de Longdendale anno xxxiiij⁰ Edwardi tercij = Extent of the lordship of Longdendale  [England]: Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Description. History Feudal estates. The lordship of Longdendale was an ancient feudal estate encompassing the medieval manors of Godley, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Matley, Mottram, Newton, Staley, Tintwistle and lordship was created by the Earl of Chester in the late twelfth century; William de Neville was the first lord of Longdendale, as appointed by the Earl of Chester.
The Register Book of the Christenings, weddings and burials within the parish of Leyland Court rolls of the lordship, wapentakes and demesne manors of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, Editor: Willam Farrer The Extent of Longdendale Editors: John Harrop with Paul Booth and Sylvia Harrop Year: Purchase a copy. Book Reviews The British Isles. A History of Four Nations by Hugh Kearney. The British Isles. An Atlas of Lay Lordship, Land and Wealthy by Bruce M. S. Campbell, Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale, by John Harrop, Paul Booth, Sylvia Harrop.
PREFACE. H ITHERTO, the Legends of Longdendale—although popular with the country people of the extreme north-east corner of Cheshire—have been scattered, and, to some extent, are here re-told in what, I hope, is a more permanent and complete form. As far as possible I have carefully followed the original versions; but in one or two instances, it has been necessary to draw. The Account Book of Clement Taylor. Liverpool Town Books – Prescot Churchwardens’ Accounts - Macclesfield Accounts - Not Searched. Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale
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Review of J. Harrop (ed.) () Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale (Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, ). / Armstrong, Jackson. In: Archives, Vol. 32, No., p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article reviewAuthor: Jackson Armstrong.
Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale, =: Extenta Dominii de Longdendale Anno Xxxiiijo Edward Tercij [John & Paul Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale & Sylvia Harrop (edits).
Get this from a library. Extent of the lordship of Longdendale Extenta dominii de Longdendale anno xxxiiij0 Edward terij. [John Harrop; Paul Booth; Sylvia A Harrop;]. Get this from a library. Extenta dominii de Longdendale anno xxxiiijo̳ Edwardi tercij = Extent of the lordship of Longdendale [John Harrop; Paul Booth; Sylvia A Harrop;].
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Find out about their information, location and any books for sale. View All. 1st 1360 = book. 96 pages. 4to. Very well illustrated throughout mainly from old black and white photographs. Good end paper maps of the Rivington area in and in A very attractive and well produced book in very pleasing illustrated boards.
Signed copy. Fine. A very heavy book. WILL REQUIRE EXTRA POSTAGE OUTSIDE UK. Paul Howson William Booth (born 4 April ) is a British medieval historian and teacher, specialising in the history of Cheshire in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and local history of the North West.
Booth is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow of the University of Keele, having previously held the same honour at the University of Liverpool from to 1st edition, large paper copy. pages including detailed indexes. The subtitle is "A Record of the History, Antiquities, Folk-Lore, and Old Customs of the Ancient Parish of Overblow in the West Riding of Yorkshire with Brief Notices of Adjacent Places".One very good map + a number of good illustrations.
A little foxing of preliminaries. Previous owner's name neatly written at top corner of. 72 pages + index. Contains 19 images of John Rhodes's work, a few in colour and also a biography of the artist.
This is a limited edition of copies of which this is No There is a neat stamp on the reverse of the title page indicating that it has been withdrawn from the Sheffield Polytechnic Library. This is repeated on the rear end paper.
Attractive patterned end papers and a pleasing. The Domesday Book shows that Hollingworth was held by the Earl of Chester with no local lord in control of the manor. The Saxon chieftain Wulfric managed manors in Longdendale on behalf of the Earl of Chester. Heavily wooded and dangerous because of wolves in the forests, Hollingworth and the manors of Mottram, Matley, Tintwistle and Stayley appear to have been wilderness until The lordship of Longdendale was an ancient feudal estate encompassing the medieval manors of Godley, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Matley, Mottram, Newton, Staley, Tintwistle and Werneth.
The lordship was created by the Earl of Chester in the late twelfth century; William de Neville was the first lord of Longdendale, as appointed by the Earl of.
Longer titles found: Longdendale (ward), Longdendale Bypass, Longdendale Chain, Longdendale High School, Longdendale Trail, Mottram in Longdendale, Listed buildings in Longdendale, List of mills in Longdendale and Glossopdale (view. In the Library of the Society of Genealogists in London there is a book called 'Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale in '[incidentally transcribed by someone called Harrop] in which there is mention of Adam de Harup living in a village called Mottram in Longdendale which is where all my Harrop's come from (and so do I).
Longdendale Historical & Descriptive Sketches, - Mottram. MOTTRAM-in-LONGDENDALE. The town of Mottram is situated at the foot of the High Peak of Derbyshire. It is in the hundred of Macclesfield and the county of Chester, and comprises the townships of Mottram, Tintwistle, Staley, Hollingworth, Newton, Matley and Hattersley.
In the lordship was granted to Richard Wilbraham. Tollemache family inherited lordship of Longdendale from the Wilbrahams in the s. It was part of the Hundred of Macclesfield. An estate survey, or 'Extent' of the lordship for was published by the Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire in July Salt trade.
The Lordship of Longdendale was a term that came into common use aroundto describe a parcel of manors which includes Hollingworth.
The wholesale ejectment of the Saxons from manors in Longdendale appears to have specific to those lands under the control of Hugh Lupus, Earl of Chester. White's History, Gazetteer & Directory of Cheshire, Entries for the Longdendale, Disley and Marple areas.
MOTTRAM-IN-LONGDENDALE is a considerable Parish, comprising the townships of Mottram, Godley, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Matley, Newton, Staley, and Tintwistle, which together embrace an area of 10,a.
22p. of land, and in had 4, houses inhabitants, of whom. The Account Book of Clement Taylor. No Ismay References: Liverpool Town Books – No Ismay References: Prescot Churchwardens’ Accounts - No Ismay References: Macclesfield Accounts - No Ismay References: Not Searched: Extent of the Lordship of Longdendale No Ismay References.
Excerpt from Legends of Longdendale: Being a Series of Tales, Founded Upon the Folk-Lore of Longdendale Valley and Its Neighbourhood Mr. Frederick Higham, the proprietor and editor of that journal, that they owe their appearance in book form.
About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.Longdendale. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The view westward down Longdendale from above the Woodhead Tunnel, showing the Longdendale Trail (left) and A Woodhead Pass road.