2 edition of history of Alfreton. found in the catalog.
history of Alfreton.
Alfreton History. Alfreton is thought to be the site of the ancient town of 'Elstretune' as mentioned in the Domesday Book. Local legend says that King Alfred gave the town its name and who is said to have lived in a house on King Street. The market at Alfreton was granted, in , to Robert de Latham and Thomas de Chaworth. Alfreton is a town and civil parish in Amber Valley, Derbyshire, England, adjoining the Bolsover and North East Derbyshire districts. It was formerly a Norman Manor and later an Urban District. The population of the Alfreton Ward was 7, at the Census.  The villages of Ironville, Riddings, Somercotes and Swanwick were historically part of the Manor and Urban District, and the.
Real property, £27,,-of which £7, are in mines, and £2, in iron-works. Pop., 11, Houses, 2, The property is divided among a few. The manor of Alfreton belonged to successively the De Alfretons, the Chaworths, the Babingtons, and the Zouches; and now belongs to W. P. Morewood, Esq. Roman relics have been found at Greenhill-Lane. Published by the Somercotes Local History Society. Price: £ Copies available from the Somercotes Village Hall and the Alfreton & District Heritage Centre, Rodgers Lane, Alfreton, or contact the Society. "Birchwood Chapel " - A book about the history of Birchwood Chapel and congregation written by Judith Fitzhugh. Price £
An elegant Georgian country house, Alfreton Hall in the Derbyshire town of Alfreton enjoys a wonderful position within easy access of some of England’s most beautiful countryside. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal. Parish History [edit | edit source]. ALFRETON, a small town, a parish, and a subdistrict, in the district of Belper, town stands on the brow of a hill, about a mile from the new branch railway connecting the Erewash line with the main Midland, and 14 miles NNE of Derby.
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In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBNX. Home > Lexington Books Inc > A HISTORY OF ALFRETON A HISTORY OF ALFRETON. Add to basket Buy Now A HISTORY OF ALFRETON by Johnson, Reginald. Used; very good; hardcover; Condition Very Good Seller.
Lexington Books Inc. Seller rating: This seller has earned a 4 of 5 Stars rating from Biblio customers. Alfreton: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Alfreton. Francis Frith The History of Alfreton. book leading publisher of local photographs since as I'm sure someone has records/ history about King Street.
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The Phillimore transcript of Marriages at AlfretonDerbyshire, is available to browse online. There are no registers earlier than the yearin conjunction with the Derbyshire Record Office, have the Church of England Baptisms (), Marriages and Banns (), and Burials () online.
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For further information call Press Release dated 1st April “A New Book from Alfreton & District Heritage Trust Local History Workshop. Morton Church of the Holy Cross has a long history, although most of the current church building dates from The Domesday book identifies Morton as a parish with a church, but there is evidence of there being a church in Saxon times.
The arcade dates from the thirteenth century and the tower (at the west end) from the fifteenth century. The Cox family in America: a history and genealogy of the older branches of the family from the appearance of its first representative in this country in by Cox, Henry Miller, ; Cocks, George William, b.
Reginald Johnson gave a few examples in his book “A history of Alfreton” as follows: Thomas Barker, freeholder of acres - Awarded 4 acres. William Kirkland, freeholder of acres - Awarded 5 acres. James Oakes, freeholder of acres - Awarded 6 acres. John Wathey, freeholder of 73 acres - Awarded 2 acres.
The population of the parish of Alfreton was approximat The population of the parish of Alfreton The town population was 4, Alfreton Golf Club was founded.
In local government, Alfreton Urban District was created. Buy A History of Alfreton by Johnson, Reginald (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2.
Derbyshire, UK: Privately Printed, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - Title: A History of Alfreton. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Alfreton's history dates from Saxon times although there is little physical evidence of this today. The town received its charter for a weekly market in Â Historically Alfreton was a coal-mining town but with the closing of the pits it is now more involved in manufacturing and light industry.
Alfreton Hall. Alfreton Hall is a country house in Alfreton, Derbyshire. It was at the heart of local social and industrial history in the county. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who.
A History of Alfreton [Johnson, Reginald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A History of Alfreton. "ALFRETON is a market town, and with Alfreton-outseats forms a parish in the hundred of Scarsdale; miles from London, 51 S.E.
from Manchester, 14 N. from Derby, 10 S. from Chesterfield, and 7 N. by E. from Belper. The town, which possesses no pretensions to uniformity in its arrangement, or beauty in its buildings, is seated upon a small. Alfreton Hall is a country house in Alfreton, was at the heart of local social and industrial history in the county.
The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal mining. History of the Lodge. The Vulcan lodge no. was consecrated in and currently meets in the Masonic Hall, in Derby Road, Alfreton in the Province of Derbyshire, on the fourth Friday of each month from October to May, i.e., 9 meetings per year including the Installation ceremony which is in April.
The history of the Goldsborough Family, it’s contributing family lines, and it’s descendants, from Anglo-Saxon England through the 17th century, are a fascinating study of the history of Eng- land and the associated family lines.
This one family has its roots in families who signed the Magna Charta (de Clare, d’Albini), Sir William Marshal, Lord Protector of England and the “Greatest 5/5(1).You can find historic photos around Alfreton, Derbyshire.
Click for black and white Archive photos of Mortimer Wilson School and the Alfreton area. Tools. Contact Us. Administration. Set as Homepage Create an Instant Website Customise This Website Information Pack Cover Address Book Area Map This Microportal is built on the 2day Microportals.Born into the working class of Alfreton, his father being John Watchorn, himself a immigrant from Ireland, and also a Coal Miner.
Robert was born on 5th Aprand the mornings in his hometown of Alfreton, England, were filled with the singing of birds and the sounds of church bells echoing across a beautiful, open sky.