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A history of Retford
Bibliography: p. 115-118.
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|Pagination||, 120,  p., (1 fold.).|
|Number of Pages||120|
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This work was reproduced from the original artifact. Retford is a market town and one of the oldest Boroughs in England. Known for its 'Redforde', as the river in Retford was once tinged red by the clay river bed and the frequent crossing of people and livestock disturbing it, the origins of Retford's name has been subject to debate.
National School,Grove Street,Retford In The 50’s. During my time at the National school, a couple of children in my class said they had stomach ache, so the teacher told thenm to sit outside on a chair till home time, my friends and I thought that sounds good as.
The manor of West Retford formerly belonged to the same proprietors as Grove and Weston,—the brave family of the Hercys, until the time of the last Sir John Hercy, lit. who dying inwithout issue, directed his immense patrimony to be divided amongst his eight surviving sisters, one of whom, Anne, the second sister, was married to Nicholas Denman, Esq.
of West Retford. The next reference to Retford or its immediate vicinity that we meet with is in Domesday Book, and it is unusually brief and insignificant. It mentions that in Retford there was one mill belonging to the fee of Sutton, the property of the Archbishop of York, but it gives no further information of any interest or value.
Retford Information Page members. Retford Biggest & best information page. We have a no selling and no swearing policy. This is the page that. While living in Retford, Piercy wrote 'The History of Retford in the County of Nottingham ()'. This is an important work because it contains references to Country: England.
The history of Retford. With an historical account of the villages of West Retford, Babworth [&c.]. Item Preview. Redford has several brief entries in Domesday Book (although the references are probably to West Retford) but it seems very likely that East Retford was established as a royal borough in about by Henry I "to compete with the trading privileges of Blyth priory and to exploit the market opportunities of north Nottinghamshire.".
A wonderful guide to the history of Retford, perfect for anybody interested in local history. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly : Paperback: 85 pages Publisher: Bookworm of Retford; New ed.
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in his History of Doncaster, observes, that "our ancestors seem to have been fond of building their large market towns at the extremity of two different soils; thus the town of Retford 17 miles south from Doncaster, has at one end of.
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King's Park was officially opened on June 29th by Councillor Eric C. Spencer. The park was named to commemorate the reign of George V and the coronation of George VI.
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Mr. Denman's speech on behalf of the burgesses of East Retford: House of Commons, Committee of the Whole House on the East Retford Disfranchisement Bill,Robert Gordon, Esq. in the chair.History of Retford by Jackson, Allan at - ISBN - ISBN - Imprint unknown - - SoftcoverAuthor: Jackson, Allan.Author of The History of Retford in the County of Nottingham - Comprising Its Ancient, Progressive, and Modern State, with an Historical and Topographical Account of the Villages of West Retford, Babworth, Ordsall, Grove, and Clarborough and Twenty Years on the Knocker.