3 edition of Notes and recollections of Stroud, Gloucestershire found in the catalog.
Notes and recollections of Stroud, Gloucestershire
Paul Hawkins Fisher
|Statement||by Paul Hawkins Fisher.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.S9347 F57 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 381 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||381|
|LC Control Number||76375712|
Gloucestershire Notes and Queries. Volume VI. Edited by W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L. Published Notes and Recollections of Stroud. By Paul Hawkins ally published in Republished by Alan Sutton ISBN 0 06 2. Nonconformist Chapels and Meeting-Houses, Gloucestershire. Royal Commission on Historical. Stroud Brewery has announced that it is relocating in to a larger, purpose-built brewery with a canalside bar. The award-winning brewery, which is known for its organic beers, is also looking for additional staff to fill its new premises, with opportunities available for a .
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Paul Hawkins books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Notes And Recollections Of Stroud, Gloucestershire () Paul Hawkins Fisher. 10 Sep Hardback. US$ Notes And Recollections Of Stroud, Gloucestershire () Paul Hawkins Fisher. 21 Nov Paperback. Gloucestershire Notes and Queries. Volume VI. Edited by W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L. Published Notes and Recollections of Stroud. By Paul Hawkins Fisher. Originally published in Republished by Alan Sutton ISBN 0 06 2. Nonconformist Chapels and Meeting-Houses, Gloucestershire. Royal Commission on Historical.
Chalford is a large village in the Frome Valley of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire, is to the southeast of Stroud about 4 miles ( km) upstream. It gives its name to Chalford parish, which covers the villages of Chalford, Chalford Hill, France Lynch, Bussage and Brownshill, spread over 2 square miles ( km 2) of the Cotswold countryside. NOTES. Abbreviations. JC Jewish Chronicle. SJ Stroud Journal. SN Stroud News (1) See Brian Torode, The Hebrew Community of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud, Cheltenham, ; Michael A. Shepherd, 'Cheltenham Jews in the Nineteenth Century', The Jewish Journal of Sociology, vol. xxi, no. 2, December Similarly the small community in Bath declined and even the larger community in the .
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The diarist was supposed to be anonymous, but the introduction to the edition of Paul Hawkins Fisher’s Notes and Recollections of Stroud says that he wrote columns in the local newspaper under the pseudonym 'An Old Inhabitant' in the s.
Fisher - born (according to the diary!) on 21st Feb - was a solicitor in Stroud for many years. It is kept by the Stroud Museum in the Park.
of Notes and Recollections of Stroud (Fisher, ), Fisher's original text explicitly declared that Hughes: "kept a register of the rain‐water that fell in the year; for the gauging of which he contrived an apparatus at the top of his house".
Stroud and the Five Valleys are well known – but which are the five valleys. P H Fisher in Notes and Recollections of Stroud (), says they are: The vales of. Cuckold’s brook (Ruscombe brook joins the Frome at Dudbridge) Painswick (Painswick Stream joins the Frome at Lodgemore) Slad and Steanbridge (Slad Brook joins the Frome at Wallbridge).
Paul Hawkins Fisher, who died in at the age of 94, had two years earlier published Notes and Recollections of Stroud in which he combined documentary research with personal reminiscences reaching back into the 18th century. Names from "Notes and Recollections of Stroud", ( entries) compiled by Ted Wildy from the book by Paul Hawkins Fisher.
This book was first published in and re-printed in by Alan Sutton Publishing ISBN 0 16 4 (paperback). Notes and recollections of Stroud ( reprint of publication) Paul Hawkins Fisher, Sutton Publishing * Wool and Water, the Gloucestershire Woollen Industry and its Mills () Jennifer Tann, The History Press * The Stroudwater Riots of () John Loosley, Ian Mackintosh and Kenneth Southgate, Stroud Museum Association *.
Stroud Rugby Club, founded inplay in the Western Counties North league. Their home ground is Fromehall Park, near the town centre. Stroud Cricket Club is over years old and plays its home games at Farmhill. The club has three senior teams, with the first eleven playing its cricket in the South West Premier league.
There is much more information about Stroud’s old streets and houses in ‘Notes and Recollections of Stroud’, written by Paul Hawkins Fisher in It was reprinted in A research note from the SLHS digital archive added March Brimscombe and Thrupp (grid reference) is a civil parish made up of two small linked villages in the narrow Frome Valley slightly southeast of Stroud, Gloucestershire, parish also includes the hamlets of Quarhouse and The Heavens.
The population taken at the census was 1, Gloucester and Stroud seen a rise in the number of people testing positive for coronavirus There have been 98 more deaths linked to Covid. Gloucestershire is a historic county mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the 10th century, though the areas of Winchcombe and the Forest of Dean were not added until the late 11th century.
Gloucestershire originally included Bristol, then a small town. The local rural community moved to the port city (as Bristol was to become), and Bristol's population growth accelerated during the. Notes and Recollections of Stroud, Gloucestershire. by Fisher, Paul Hawkins # £ Notes on the Ecclesiastical and Monumental Architecture and Sculpture of the Mid #.
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