History of Cawthorne
|History of Cawthorne (1882)
|A book about Cawthorne, a village in the metropolitan borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, England.
M.A.1881, an out of print text, printed by I.W.Davis, 16, Market Hill, Barnsley OCLC 33663273all editions
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A HISTORY OF CAWTHORNE
BY CHARLES T. PRATT, M.A., VICAR OF CAWTHORNE.
"There is not an edifice, a Church, or a Manor-house, a Cross, or a little fragment of ruin, that is not connected with some incident or some character that makes it an object of interest. "-Hunter
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR;1882.
I. W. DAVIS, 16, MARKET HILL.
MANCHESTER: J. HEYWOOD, RIDGEFIELD.
WALTER T. W. SPENCER-STANHOPE,
OF CANNON HALL,
ESQUIRE, M.A., J.P., D.L,&c.,&c.,
TO THE MEMORY OF HER
WHO WAS DEAREST TO HIM,
THE HISTORY OF THEIR PARISH
WITH A HAPPY AND GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE
OF MANY YEARS OF KINDNESS TO
- Derivation and Early History, p.1
- The De Laci Family, Chief Lords of Cawthorne
- The Saxon Ailric and his Descendants, Tenants of Cawthorne, p.15
- (Present Lordship of Manor, p.23)
- Cannon Hall, p.25
- Barnby Hall, Banks Hall, Manor House, &c., p.41
- The Township of Cawthorne, p49
- The Parish Church, The Churchyard, Parochial Registers, p.68
- Endowments of the Church, Incumbents and Curates, p.118
- The Parochial School, p.148
- Parish Vestry Books, p.158
- Parish notes since 1866, p. 167
- Corrections, &c. p.173
- Parochial Events, p.175.
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