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Derbyshire miscellany

Derbyshire miscellany

the local history bulletin of the Derbyshire Achaeological Society

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Published by Derbyshire Archaeological Society in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Dudley Fowkes. Vol.11, part 3, Spring 1987.
ContributionsFowkes, Dudley., Derbyshire Archaeological Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17437258M

Explore the history and mystery of the county of Nottinghamshire. Find out about local heroes from Robin Hood to Brian Clough. Essential reading for Nottinghamshire residents past and present. A guide book, a history book, a gazetteer, a sporting compendium, a natural history of the county, a dictionary of biography and a fund of factoids for the quiz fanatic.   The county of Derbyshire has a great diversity of beautiful landscapes. Photographer Richard Beresford has captured the county's essence in this collection of stunning images. From timeless villages to heather-clad moors, from the majestic vistas of Kinder Scout to the dramatic gritstone cliffs at Stanage Edge, this book has it covered/5(4). You are browsing: All Derbyshire Pubs: A Pint Sized History and Miscellany. Foyalty Derbyshire Pubs: A Pint Sized History and Miscellany (Paperback) Michael Smith. £ Foyles uses cookies to help ensure your experience on our site is the best possible.


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Derbyshire Family History Society January 21 There is something about being able to look an ancestor in the eye through an old photograph — we make a connection to the people, search for traces of ourselves in their faces, and wonder why that photograph was taken on that particular day.5/5(1).

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