2 edition of The Lancashire and Westmoreland mineral statistics with the Isle of Man found in the catalog.
The Lancashire and Westmoreland mineral statistics with the Isle of Man
by The Department of Economic History, University of Exeter in association with the Northern Mine Research Society and the Peak District Mines Historical Society in Exeter [England]
Written in English
With: The Derbyshire mineral statistics : metalliferous and associated minerals 1845-1913 / Roger Burt ... [et al.]. Exeter [England] : The Dept. of Economic History, University of Exeter in association with the Northern Mine Research Society and the Peak District Mines Historical Society, 1981.
|Statement||Roger Burt ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Burt, Roger, 1942-, University of Exeter. Dept. of Economic History., Northern Mine Research Society., Peak District Mines Historical Society|
|LC Classifications||HD9506.G73 D43 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 85 p.|
|Number of Pages||85|
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The Lancashire & Westmorland Mineral statistics with the Isle Of Man by R Burt, M Atkinson, P Waite, R Burnley P/b published by University of Exeter, MMRS and PDMHS 85pp with grid. The Lancashire and Westmorland mineral statistics with the Isle of Man: metalliferous and associated minerals Author: Roger Burt ; University of Exeter.
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Author of Bibliography of the history of British metal mining, The Cumberland mineral statistics, The Mines of Shropshire & Montgomeryshire with Cheshire and Staffordshire, Cornish mining, Cornish mines, Cornwall's future mines, The Lancashire and Westmoreland mineral statistics.
The Cumberland Mineral Statistics,(Exeter, ). The Lancashire and Westmorland Mineral Statistics with the Isle of Man, (Exeter, ) The Durham and Northumberland Mineral Statistics. The Derbyshire Mineral Statistics – + The Great Northern Coalfield + The Greek Caves – a complete guide to the most important Greek Caves + The Iron Industry of the Forest of Dean + The Italian Island Of Elba, a Mineralogical Jewel in the Tuscan Archipelago.
+ The Lancashire & Westmorland Mineral statistics with the Isle. Here are entered works on the historic counties of Cheshire, Cumberland, Lancashire, and Westmoreland, as well as the Isle of Man, the High Peak area of Derbyshire, and the Furness area of Cumbria. Within this geographic area are the new counties of Cheshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, and Merseyside that were created by the local.
Mineral statistics of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland with the Isle of Man. [NEIMME has all] Content is much the same as the previous series Mines Inspectors reports Parts III Output [NEIMME has all.] Output, exports, value - by mineral and sometimes by mine.
[Note this extended essay was given by the Author ([email protected]) for inclusion on this site - some reformatting has been necessary to convert to HTML - footnotes are removed to & the Quakers: Quakers in the Isle of Man By Conal F.
Carswell. With grateful thanks to Jane Hamby, Helen Moss, Roger Sims & the staff at the Manx Museum. The same rule survives, or did within recent times, in other lordships in Cumberland, Westmoreland, the Isle of Man, at Kirkby Lonsdale, and in Weardale in the county of Durham. The evidence of Norwegian settlements on the north-western coasts of England is so widely spread that the custom no doubt formerly prevailed on many manors of these.
Latin, comitatus, scira, scyra. Counties were the primary structural element of Domesday Book. There were 31 counties in Great Domesday.
Each county was divided into fiefs, each fief into Hundreds, each Hundred into vills, and each vill into manors. Domesday Book is the earliest source which allows us to reconstruct the boundaries of counties, the fundamental units of English government.
Office of National Statistics Name Search. This database contains a list of surnames in use in England, Wales and the Isle of Man in September The list contains almostsurnames, shared by million people.
Search the database to find out how many people share your surname. Isle of Man, Westmoreland, Cumberland. ca s Knight. Cumberland. or Sydney Hall in A Travelling County Atlas.
This work was first published in and went through numerous updated editions until In Domesday Book - Ascam. British History Online provides historical notes for Askham from The Later Records relating to North Westmorland by John F.
Curwen (). Cumbria County History Trust has published a "Jubilee Digest" for the township of Askham. A History of the Sandfords of Askham has been made available by C R Grant. Also A HISTORY OF THE FAMILY OF SANDFORD web published book.
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with map of the British Coalfields and over illustrations. A far stronger influence on the modern dialect was Old Norse, spoken by Norwegian settlers who probably arrived in Cumbria in the 10th century via Ireland and the Isle of Man.
The majority of Cumbrian place names are of Norse origin, including Ulverston from Ulfrs tun ('Ulfr's farmstead'), Kendal from Kent dalr ('valley of the River Kent') and.
The Great Laxey Mine was a silver, lead ore and zinc mine located in Laxey, in the parish of Lonan, Isle of mine reached a depth in excess of 2, ft ( m) and consisted primarily of three shafts; the Welsh Shaft, the Dumbell's Shaft and the Engine Shaft each.
Excerpt from Barony of Kendal (Wikipedia, 12/23/). There is some doubt about who should be named as the first true Baron of Kendal. It is generally associated with the family of William de Lancaster I, and before him, with his apparent relatives, the Norman, Ivo de Taillebois, and William's uncle, the Anglo-Saxon Ketel (or Chetell) son of Eldred of Workington.