Free eBook Survey of the Estates of the First and Second Earls of Devonshire, 1600-28 (Derbyshire Record Society) download
by D.V. Fowkes,G. R. Potter,William Senior
Author: D.V. Fowkes,G. R. Potter,William Senior
Publisher: Derbyshire Record Society (April 1988)
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A William Fairbank field-book survey of 1812 is difficult to interpret but shows that the cultivated area was . In a survey of 1604, Birley was a compact estate within Beighton, with a sheep walk for 200 sheep (Fowkes, .
A William Fairbank field-book survey of 1812 is difficult to interpret but shows that the cultivated area was smaller before the parliamentary enclosure of the surrounding moors (Sheffield Archives, FB 126, p. 70). 42 OS ref. SK 273783.
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Published 1988 by Derbyshire Record Society in Chesterfield. Derbyshire Record Society ;, v. 13, Derbyshire Record Society (Series) ;, v. 13. Other Titles. Survey of the estates of the first and second Earls of Devonshire, c. 1600-28. xxxiv, 221 p. : Number of pages.
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CH34 William Senior’s surveys of the estates of the Earls of.During the final years of the First World War, the Chatsworth estate office at Edensor was utilised as a Royal Naval Convalescent Hospital.
CH34 William Senior’s surveys of the estates of the Earls of Devonshire. The Chatsworth Atlas, its accompanying survey and 6 loose maps made by William Senior, surveyor of the estates of the Earls of Devonshire. Dates of material: 1609-1628. The majority of the maps relate to Derbyshire, but most estates are represented by at least a small number. Dates of material: 17th century-20th centuries. WY Wyattville’s Plans. This small collection includes correspondence, financial records, and a treatment book.
William Seniors Survey. Beighton near Eckington. George Clay and his wife. Publication - William Senior's Survey of the Estates of the Earls of Devonshire. A lease for his life in consideration of services done for Sir Richard Worteley. Rent £3. (Re.
Domesday Book notes six churches that existed before the Norman . William Cavendish, Earl of Devonshire 1988. William Senior’s Survey of the Estates of the First and Second Earls of Devonshire c. 1600 – 23. Derbys.
Domesday Book notes six churches that existed before the Norman Conquest (in the area): Bradbourne, Hope, Bakewell, Darley, Worksworth and Ashbourne. William Cavendish, Earl of Devonshire. The second title of the Dukes of Devonshire is taken from this manor. PILSBURY 108. enry de Ferrars.
William Cavendish was the second son of Sir William Cavendish and Bess of Hardwick. His first wife was Anne Kighley or Keighley, daughter of Henry Kighley of Keighley, Yorkshire, circa 21 March 1580. He was educated with the children of George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, whom his mother married after his father's death. He was appointed High Sheriff of Derbyshire, where the estates of his family lay, for 1595 and Justice of the Peace in 1603. He was created Baron Cavendish of Hardwick in 1605, thanks to the representations of his niece, Arbella Stuart.