2 edition of Herefordshire bowmeeting found in the catalog.
R. W. D. Fenn
|Statement||by R. W. D. Fenn and J. B. Sinclair.|
|Contributions||Sinclair, J. B.|
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If you continue browsing, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Herefordshire Place-Names by Bruce Coplestone-Crow pages with 7 maps Paperback £ (ISBN 1 21 6) This book seeks to explain the place-names of Herefordshire — not just those of the major settlements, but also of districts, hamlets and even old farmsteads.
Herefordshire The following pages include Domesday place-names and landowners, and beneath some are links to websites containing the local history of that place.
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Our book sets offer a good range of titles including modern and classic fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Herefordshire History. K likes. This is the page for the Herefordshire History digitisation project, bringing together material from our libraries, archives and museum collections.
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The Birds of Herefordshire. Published on 16 May in Book reviews. By Herefordshire Ornithological Club. Liverpool University Press, ; hbk, pp; numerous coloured maps, photographs and tables.
ISBN£ Herefordshire's many scenic villages are filled with 16 and 17th century timber framed houses, many of which can be viewed on the popular 40 mile Black & White Village Trail.
'The copse-checkered slopes of rolling Hereford, white with the blossom of apples.' Henry James, "A Passionate Pilgrim".
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The original Croft Castle is thought to have been built in the eleventh century by Bernard de Croft, a Norman Knight, who was succeeded by many eminent Crofts, including Hugh de Croft – murdered in by the Herefordshire Lacys whilst trying to negotiate peace in Ireland.
Thanks Ada for your help. I'm pretty well set for the Southern part of the walk- it's the North west section "Mortimer country" that I'm having difficulty with- accomodation between Kington and Orleton, excluding Leintwardine. Also Accomodation.
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Ten girlfriends convened an inaugural dinner party: eight of us are still active members and the two who dropped out were swiftly replaced by two others, and we have a couple of honorary members who come on.The Director of public health introduced officers from the intelligence team who had produced the joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA).
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