2 edition of history of Shepshed found in the catalog.
history of Shepshed
A. J. Lacey
by [n. pub.]
Written in English
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Shepshed historian Michael Wortley has compiled a history of the site which begins in when the drill hall was built, probably by Atkin Brothers Ltd, of Shepshed. A POPULAR Shepshed historian has brought out another book about the town’s history. A Further Stroll Around Bygone Shepshed is the third book .
The Charnwood Forest Railway was a branch line in Leicestershire constructed by the Charnwood Forest Company between and  [ page needed ] The branch line ran from Coalville (joined from the Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway (ANJR)) to the town of Loughborough. Buy A history of Shepshed by Anthony J. Lacey, Derek Jowett, Christopher Smith, Stephen Smith (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.
Shepshed in Domesday Book. Arable land was recorded in different units, including: Ploughlands, carucates, hides: A ploughland (terra carucis or carucata) was the area that could be ploughed by eight oxen in a lly around acres, though the area varied depending on the quality of the land. History. Other Websites. Shepshed is an ancient town of 15, people in north Leicestershire. This website provides information for the folk of Shepshed about Shepshed. Our aim is to encourage people to take advantage of the wide range of shops, community services and other facilities right on our doorstop. In doing this, we seek to promote.
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Browse 32 photo books on Shepshed and the surrounding area. See All Books Memories of Shepshed Read and share your memories of Shepshed itself or of a particular photo of Shepshed. There are 4 memories of Shepshed to read. Here are one or two to get you started.
Local Memories. book reference ": A History and Survey of Shepshed Mill. by Tim Booth, John Boucher, Barry Job(reprint) Price: £ A water mill in Shepshed found derelict, renovated by its present owners back to a working mill.
The whole story is in this publication. Includes photographs of the renovation work. Local historian Bill Wells is back with Billys Book of Shepshed Boozers. Bill is planning to discover the history of all the pubs located in the Charnwood towns and villages.
Pictured is Author: David Godsall. Photo Books - Shepshed Explore and buy nostalgic books about the Shepshed area Everything Old Photos Old Maps Books Memories Nearby Places; Market Harborough - A History and Celebration.
Sutton Coldfield - A History & Celebration. A Taste of the East Midlands. Derbyshire Living Memories. History Origins. The town originally grew as a centre for the wool trade. However, since the construction of the M1 motorway Parish Church of St Botolph.
The 11th century Parish church of St Botolph (the westernmost parish church in England to 18th and 19th centuries.
The 18th century saw the. Shepshed (formerly Sheepshead or Sheepshed; Saxon, Schepehefsde), a village and a parish in Leicestershire.
The village stands on an affluent of the river Soar, within the NE side of Chamwood Forest, 5 miles W of Loughborough, with a station on the Loughborough and Nuneaton branch of. LOCAL historian Bill Wells is back with ‘Billy’s Book of Shepshed Boozers’.
The book is the latest in a series of fascinating discoveries of Charnwood’s public house : Lauren Grant. A Brief History of Shepshed. Book details. by Michael Smith. Price: £ Clerk to Shepshed Urban Council for 31 years, he resigned in During that time he wrote a number of short letters to the Echo newspaper.
These letters are reproduced with acknowledgment to form a history of Shepshed and the Charnwood Forest. Since this little bit of Shepshed history will be gone forever by the end of next week, I thought I had better take a photo this evening to remember it by - fitting that it is illuminated by the setting sun.
I'm old enough to remember it being The Fabric Centre, run by Bill Hurd (IIRC). Shepshed Wesleyan Methodist (Loughborough Circuit) Baptisms reference N/M// Shepshed Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Births, Deaths etc Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online.
For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online. Census records from. Lakins of Shepshed An australian friend is interested in tracing her Lakin ancestry in Shepshed.
Her ancestor Thomas Lakin became a schoolmaster and his parents were Thomas who was a deaf and dumb cobbler and his wife Mary who remarried a farmer called Spence after his death in History of Iveshead School I was inspired to write this short history when I heard that George Mallory, the first headteacher of secondary education on our campus, died recently () aged He wrote a history of the first years of education in Shepshed, Shepshed Library has copies of this, and it’s been [ ].
While a case suggests a closed object, bookcases are now very commonly open fronted, and as such are often just a simple series of shelves designed to hold books.
Thus, curiously, the bookcase has come full circle from its earliest form as a simple shelf. Read on to learn about a history of shelves and bookcases. Book details. by Tim Booth, John Boucher, Barry Job (reprint). Price: £ A water mill in Shepshed found derelict, renovated by its present owners back to a.
Book details (reprint) Price: £ Fifty years of the Shepshed Lace Manufacturing Company Ltd. Full acknowledgement is made to The Shepshed Lace Manufacturing Company Ltd for capturing the early years of their history. Their products have changed along with the ever-changing market, and so also has the company name, which is now Price.
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The Secret History Of German Intelligence, By. Very little information about the settlement on the site of Shepshed appears before the Domesday Book but the name is certainly Anglo-Saxon: local history books claim that Shepshed has two of the oldest roads in the country, Ring Fence and Sullington Road, the latter being an ancient British track named after the goddess Solina.
The above links take you to the first reference to this particular version of the name within a book of travel writing, or to the relevant gazetteer entry.
These names were used for units associated with Shepshed. Click on the links for details of the units and their names: Name Unit TypeHistory of Shepshed, in Charnwood and. Founded as Shepshed Albion towards the end of the 19th century, the team played for the majority of their early history in the Leicestershire Senior League before a series of league wins and promotions the late s and early s, when they were known as Shepshed Charterhouse, took them within two promotions of The Football d: (as Shepshed Albion) (as Shepshed Dynamo).
Shepshed members. Welcome to the original and by far the largest Shepshed group on Facebook, created in and with more t members.Loughborough and Charnwood: a Quizbook to discover our local history and heritage; Other books about Shepshed.
The War Memorials of Belton, Hathern and Shepshed; Historical Gazetteer and Directory Volume 1 - ; A Brief History of Shepshed; A History and Survey of Shepshed Mill; Fifty Years of Lace - The Shepshed Lace Manufacturing Company Ltd.A little bit of history about Shepshed.
Shepshed, often known until as Sheepshed (also Sheepshead – a name derived from the village being heavily involved in the wool industry) is a town with a population of aro people. It is in the borough of Charnwood local authority, where it is the second biggest settlement after Loughborough.