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history of the manor and parish of Wadsley

H. Kirk-Smith

history of the manor and parish of Wadsley

by H. Kirk-Smith

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Published by the Author in Sheffield .
Written in English


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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Records of the Manor, Parish, and Borough of Hampstead: In the County of London, to December Item Preview Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. A HISTORY of the MANOR & PARISH of WADSLEY, Kirk-Smith , Sheffield history. $ + $ shipping. Category: books SKU: IEV Title: The Parish In Action Author: Joost De. Blank Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Mowbray Year of Seller Rating: % positive.

A HISTORY of the MANOR & PARISH of WADSLEY, Kirk-Smith , Sheffield history. $ + $ shipping. LA Calcasieu Parish Louisiana Perrin History/Biography Lake Charles Iowa. Author: H. J. Parish Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: E. & S. Livingstone Ltd. Year of publication: Condition: GOOD. Rating: % positive. Records of the manor, parish, and borough of Hampstead, in the county of London, to December 31st, , with maps and illustrations by Baines, F. E. (Frederick Ebenezer), b.

  The medieval manor, also known as vill from the Roman villa, was an agricultural estate. During the Middle Ages, at least four-fifths of the population of England had no direct connection with towns. Most people did not live on single farms as remains the case today, but instead, they were associated with a manor—a social and economic powerhouse of the Middle Ages. In that retired part of the parish of Ecclesfield where it adjoins the manor of Kimberworth, a religious solitary took up his abode. His example seems to have been followed by others, till at length a hermitage became established in this place, which was dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, for obvious reasons the patron of the desert-religionist.


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History of the manor and parish of Wadsley by H. Kirk-Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

History. The origin of the name Wadsley is thought to come from a personal or mythological name, possibly Wad, Wadde, Wade or Wada, in conjunction with the Old English word “leah” which means an open space or glade in a wood.

A feudal manorial system existed in Wadsley in the Early Middle Ages under the control of Aldene. The Anglo-Saxon estate of Wadesleah is recorded in the Domesday Book Country: England. That picture posted by Hillsboro is of the Old Wadsley Manor House, I've got it in a book called "A History Of The Manor And Parish Of Wadsley" by Reverend H.

Kirk-Smith who was vicar of Wadsley Church in the mid s. Greybeard's pics look similar to me, just a different angle.

Heres what Wadsley House looks like. Ann Eliza Longden ( – 12 August ) was a British politician, the first woman to serve as Lord Mayor of Sheffield. Living at Wadsley Grove, Longden joined the Conservative Party, and in she stood unsuccessfully to become a Poor Law Guardian in Hillsborough.

Her husband died inafter which she took over as managing director of his business, the Longden Timber Company. Kaye, C. P., Wadesleia to Wadsley: A History of the Village of Wadsley From the Later Britons to the Present Day () (Sheffield Local Studies Library: S) Kirk-Smith, H., A History of the Manor and Parish of Wadsley () (Sheffield Local Studies Library: S; Sheffield City Archives SMI/PAR HIST) Kirk-Smith, H.,File Size: KB.

The ownership of the manor of Wadsley changed many times over the following centuries. Eventually all indications of the former medieval way of life were slowly eradicated; the deer were removed from the park inWadsley Hall was rebuilt in and the chapel was replaced by Wadsley Parish Metropolitan borough: Sheffield.

Anybody got any information about the old Wadsley Manor House on Laird Road. I have a picture from the s, I was wondering when it was demolished or if part of it is still standing.

There is an old house at the bottom of Laird Road called Wadsley Lodge, is this connected to the original manor. Frailty Book Olive Wadsley ID Frailty Book Olive $ Flame Wadsley Olive The ID ID Flame Wadsley The Olive. Map of the Manor of Wadsley in (Sheffield Local Studies Library: Picture Sheffield t) Sources for the History of Loxley Contents Books 4 Businesses 6 Census returns 7 Churches, chapels and cemeteries 7 houses in for poor widows in the Wadsley Parish.

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Worrall is a small rural village in the civil parish of Bradfield within the boundary of the City of stands in an elevated position at a height of approximately metres and is 4 miles ( km) north west of Sheffield City village has an area of hectares and a population of 1, in At the time of the Census this village fell within the Stannington ward.

Name Status Language Start End Authority; WADSLEY: Preferred: English: The National Archives, Manorial Documents Register WRY Code: Manorial Documents Register: English: The National Archives, Manorial Documents Register.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Title: Matlock Manor and Parish; Historical: Author: Benjamin Bryan: Publisher: General Books LLC, ISBN: WADSLEY Ecclesiastical Parish (EP) F.

Youngs, Local Administrative Units: Northern England (London: Royal Historical Society, ), p. Manor The National Archives, Manorial Documents Register: WRY Manor The National Archives, Manorial Documents Register.

Parish History [edit | edit source]. WADSLEY, an ecclesiastical district, in the parish of Ecclesfield, union of Wortley, N. division of thewapentake of Strafforth and Tickhill, W. riding of York, 3 miles (N.

W.) from are places of worship for Wesleyans. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the. SK39SW WORRALL LANE, Wadsley /1/ (North East side) 28/06/73 Wadsley Parish Church (Formerly Listed as: WORRALL ROAD, Wadsley Wadsley Parish Church) GV II Parish.

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Book: History of the County of York East Riding (Vol 9) Victoria County History: Local history: Book: History of the Manor & Parish of Wadsley: Kirk Smith: Book: History of the Parish of St Barnabas Highfields: Mary Walton & Graham Mettam: Sheffield: Book: History's Midwives incl.

17C & 18C Yorkshire nominees index: Joan E Grundy: Birth: Book. It is almost certain that the parish of Sedgley as opposed to the Manor (though the boundaries are practically identical) preceded the Norman Conquest.

From the Doomsday Book it seems likely that a parish church existed. The first record of a church is in or aboutwhen it was given as part of the endowments of Dudley Priory by Gervase. The manor was known at Domesday as Eclesfelt, and belongs now to the Duke of Norfolk.

Vestiges exist of a Roman fortification, with a deep trench, vulgarly termed the Devil's Ditch. An alien Benedictine priory, a cell to the Abbey of St Wandra-gisilus in Normandy, stood at Ecclesfield, and was given by Richard II. to the Carthusian monastery of. The manor was known at Domesday as Eclesfelt, and belongs now to the Duke of Norfolk.

Vestiges exist of a Roman fortification, with a deep trench, vulgarly termed the Devil's ditch. An alien Benedictine priory, a cell to the abbey of St. Wandragisilus in Normandy, stood at Ecclesfield; and was given, by Richard II, to the Carthusian monastery. The parish has always had a rather small population as seen in a census in the late s showing only people.

The parish dates back to when it was listed as Wardelawe, and literally meant "watch or look-out hill" derived from the Old English weard + hlaw. Early History of the Wadsley family.Wadsley. WADSLEY, an ecclesiastical district, in the parish of Ecclesfield, union of Wortley, N.

division of the wapentake of Strafforth and Tickhill, W. riding of York, 3 miles (N. N. W.) from Sheffield; containing inhabitants. This was the baronial seat of the Wadsley family, of .History of the Manor and Parish of Saleby with Thoresthorpe in the County of Lincoln, with Some Owners Reginald Charles Dudding W.

K. Morton & Sons, printers, - Saleby with Thoresthorpe (Lincolnshire: Parish) - pages.