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Lancashire local historian and his theme

John Duncan Marshall

Lancashire local historian and his theme

by John Duncan Marshall

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Published by Federation of Local Historians [i.e. History Societies] in the County Palatine of Lancaster in [Preston] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lancashire (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Lancashire (England) -- Historiography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J. D. Marshall.
      SeriesPublications - Federation of Local History Societies in the County Palatine of Lancaster ;, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.L2 M32
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[14] p. ;
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4289787M
      LC Control Number78317041

      Sales E: [email protected] | T: Lancashire Local. Issue Page 3. Young no need to face people dementia alone A day of live music, .   Transience is key to this book, but it isn’t its exclusive theme. Sprackland sets it up as a pilgrimage into her own past: she will revisit .

      POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS. Local Historian and chair of the Lancashire Local History Federation, Marianne Howell, will be visiting Wigan Library to do a talk on the infamous Button Pit Murder that took place in the 19th Century. It is a story of how a family man's ordinary night at work turned into a crime that shocked the community. This book has been compiled by Roy Parker from his PhD research entitled ‘Forgotten Lancashire ’ A work which explored over 60 rural communities in east Lancashire and was identified by the British Library as ‘of high scholarly value’; although with a ‘highly readable style’. Contact: Dr. Roy Parker. PhD; Cert Ed.

      The trials of the Pendle witches in are among the most famous witch trials in English history, and some of the best recorded of the 17th century. The twelve accused lived in the area surrounding Pendle Hill in Lancashire, and were charged with the murders of ten people by the use of but two were tried at Lancaster Assizes on 18–19 August , along with . New book reveals 'lost myths' of Lancashire: Rescue of Moonbeam LOCAL historian and sports fan Roger Hindle has just released his third book which charts the .


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Lancashire local historian and his theme by John Duncan Marshall Download PDF EPUB FB2

British Association for Local Lancashire local historian and his theme book. Formed inwe are the official co-ordinating body for local history in the County Palatine of Lancaster.

We have members as far apart as Dalton in Furness to the north and Denton to the south, Fleetwood to the west and Farnworth to the east.

Whether you are interested in Local History, Family History. The Federation used to publish an annual journal The Lancashire Local Historian from until it ceased publication An index to these journals is available below.

Copies of some issues are still available for purchase and it may also be possible to obtain e copies. Back issues available are volu 12, 14, at £2 + £ post. Buy The Lancashire Local Historian and His Theme (Publications / Federation of Local History Societies in the County Palatine of Lancaster) by J.

D Marshall (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. D Marshall. ‘The Local Historian’ took as his theme the emergence of Lancashire as a county tracing its from early medieval times (AD) to its first mention as a separate entity in a copy of a Pipe Roll from the reign of Henry ll.

Lancashire was the last county in England to be recognised. The Lancashire local historian and his theme Marshall, J.D. 1: (), p. 1 The Lancashire tragedian: Jonathan Dewhurst () Taylor, Philip v.

(), p. 48 Lancashire's Manchester to Poland's Manchester: exporting know-how in the. The Lancashire and Cheshire Miners by Raymond Challinor (Frank Graham, pp.

16 plates. £) and Lancashire and the New Liberalism by P. Clarke (Cambridge University Press, pp. £) T HERE is ever a temptation for the local historian to exaggerate the importance of the history of the area which he studies. In part. Full text of "The local historian's table book, of remarkable occurences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, &c., &c., connected with the counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland and Durham" See other formats.

Another famous son of Accrington is David Lloyd, one-time manager/coach of the England cricket team. He is well known for his Lancashire accent and forthright, down-to-earth manner of speech.

An Accrington man, Daniel Ellwood, was responsible for proving that Lord Haw-Haw, William Joyce, was British and therefore guilty of treason in World War : Lancs Live.

The Domesday Book offor example, witnesses that significant areas of land in Northern England were owned by a Gamel and Orm his son; they were probably Christian Vikings who had settled in the Lancashire-Yorkshire borders area, and by the middle of the 11th century Orm was already a man of considerable wealth and importance.

THE FACELESS starts out small in scale with isolated disappearances of children and the seemingly unrelated stories of a small group of people: Anna, an art historian looking for her missing niece; Allen Cowell, a psychic, and his sister Vera who, sharing both business and incestuous bonds, have spent their lives fleeing a dark past but now /5.

THE myths and legends of Helmshore have been captured in a new book by local author and historian Chris Aspin. Strange Stories from a Lancashire Village is a. The Lancashire Book of the Year (previously Lancashire Children's Book of the Year) is an award given to works of children's literature, voted for by a panel of young was established in with the first award presented the following year.

The award is run by Lancashire County Council's library service and sponsored by the University of Central Lancashire.

The only two who want to emigrate are Liza Docherty, a Lancashire lass who would go anywhwere to escape from a marriage her father is trying to force on her with an unsavoury older neighbour, and Andrew Pringle, an impractical dreamer, who is dragging his unwilling wife and daughter with him/5.

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Recommended reading for every destination on earth: We found 91 books set in Lancashire. The local historian today starts out with one great advantage over his predecessors.

With all their zeal and erudition, the writers of the old school lacked a central unifying theme. At their best they produced fine works of reference, but rarely a book that could be read from cover to cover with pleasure as well as profit.

Excerpt: "Memories of their live dates are the stuff of musical legend and they played in Lancashire several times in their career. These recollections are to be captured in a new book, and a Manchester music historian wants to hear from fans who saw any of their Lancashire appearances to help him compile a ‘people’s history’ of the band.

I particularly admired his efforts to make sense of the ill- documented medieval and early modern periods, with their clear synthesis and exposition of difficult issues.

The book is an easy and at times a lively and eloquent read. It will be much enjoyed by. The Local Historian Vol Number 2 May Download full edition. This volume is a reminder of just how important comparative studies are for the local historian because of the way in which they can illustrate how similar themes worked out in different places.

His most recent book is Writing Local History () and he is. * The book is available from William McCartney, priced £ (plus packing and postage). He can be contacted at: [email protected] (The review is an extended version of an article which will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Lancashire Local History Federation Newsletter).

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Information, facts and .Transactions is a high quality, peer-reviewed annual journal which includes articles and short notes reflecting recent and original research on diverse aspects of the history of Lancashire and Cheshire. Content is not limited by theme or chronological coverage.