History of Stamford in the county of Lincoln.
Read Online
Share

History of Stamford in the county of Lincoln.

  • 592 Want to read
  • ·
  • 52 Currently reading

Published in Stamford .
Written in English


Book details:

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18220384M

Download History of Stamford in the county of Lincoln.

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Stamford, just seven miles north of the Kansas border in Harlan County, could very well have been called "Carrisbrook," and located two miles west of its present location in Furnas County. This was the name given a post office (for the Carrisbrook Estate in England) the former home of one James Lumley. Large churches, abbeys, and monasteries attest to the prosperity medieval Lincolnshire derived from its agriculture. Its towns, particularly Lincoln and Stamford, thrived on the medieval woolen trade, and wool was a major export of the port of draining of the Fens in the 17th century greatly increased the county’s agricultural production. The history of the county of Lincoln: from the earliest period to the present time, Volumes Thomas Allen. J. Saunders, Jr., - Lincolnshire (England) 0 Reviews. Preview this book. St Martin's Church is in the county of Northampton, but within the borough of Stamford, and is a good specimen of the Late Perpendicular style. It was erected about , chiefly through The munificence of John Russel, Bishop of Lincoln, and consists of chancel,. nave, aisles, S porch, and a handsome western embattled tower.

These memories though often faded, have not dissappeared. They survive in old books, maps, documents, census records and black and white photographic views, hidden in the recesses of museums and archives. The Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Lincoln and Welland, was originally published by H. R. Page of Toronto in It. 20 hours ago  Along with Lincoln-Fairview, four other neighborhoods used $15, in Neighborhood Network funds, according to Rachel Kent, director of marketing and public relations for The Initiative. This book is a hodge podge of poorly documented and misleading genealogies and history. Please do not use it or reference it as a legitimate genealogical source. The errors are too numerous (and often outlandish) to mention.1/5(7). Edited by William Page. A part-volume covering the history of the religious houses of the county, including Lincoln cathedral, and the Gilbertine house at Sempringham. Victoria County History - Lincolnshire. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, Houses of .

The county hospital is at Lincoln, and the county lunatic asylum at Bracebridge. Under the Local Government Act, , 51 & 52 Vict. c. 41, each of three divisions or " parts " of the county of Lincoln, with the exception of the city of Lincoln and the borough of Grimsby, became an administrative county governed by a county council. The Stamford Volunteer Rifle Corps. David Nalson, , pub: Stamford Museum. The Book of Stamford. Alan Rogers, Buckingham (Barracuda Books) reprinted in by Spiegl Press. The Making of Stamford. Alan Rogers (ed) , pub: Leicester University Press. Stamford in 50 Buildings: celebrating 50 years as a conservation town in 50 buildings. Stamford was originally called Mount Dorchester or Township Number 2, named for Sir Guy Carleton Lord Dorchester. It received the name Stamford from Governor Simcoe, who named it and other portions of Welland County after well known places in Lincolnshire, England. In , Stamford Township had a municipal government. The history of Stamford, in the county of Lincoln; comprising its ancient, progressive, and modern state: with an account of St. Martin's, Stamford Baron, and Great and little Wothorpe, Northamptonshire.