Hallamshire. The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York

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Hallamshire. The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York  (1819) 
by Joseph Hunter
Published by Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor, and Jones. London 1819.

Contents[edit]

Sheffield from the Attercliffe Road. (facing page to title page)


History of Sheffield[edit]

  • Chapter I: Introductory Matter.—General Description 50%.svg
  • Chapter II: An Inquiry into the Early State and Remote History of the Parish of Sheffield 50%.svg
  • Chapter III: Sheffield under De Busli and De Lovetot
  • Chapter IV: Sheffield under the Barons Furnival
  • Chapter V: Sheffield under the first five Earls of Shrewsbury
  • Chapter VI: George the sixth Earl of Shrewsbury—Residence at Sheffield of Mary Queen of Scots—Gilbert the seventh Earl of Shrewsbury
  • Chapter VII: Removal of the Lords of the Manor—The Civil Wars
  • Chapter VIII: Modern History of Sheffield
  • Chapter IX: Ecclesiastical Affairs
  • Chapter X: Societies of Dissenters
  • Chapter XI: The Grammar School
  • Chapter XII: Charitable Institutions and Foundations

Topographical Survey of the Parish of Sheffield[edit]

  • Chapter I: The Township of Sheffield
  • Chapter II: The Township of Ecclesall-Byerlow
  • Chapter III: The Township of Upper-Hallam
  • Chapter IV: The Township of Nether-Hallam
  • Chapter V: The Township of Brightside-Byerlow
  • Chapter VI: The Township of Attercliff-cum-Darnall

Out-Parts of Hallamshire[edit]

  • Chapter I: The Parish of Ecclesfield
  • Chapter II: The Chapelry of Bradfield
  • Chapter III: The Parish of Handsworth
  • Chapter IV: The Parish of Treeton
  • Chapter V: The Parish of Whiston