About a Derbyshire village, 1770-1820

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Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Local History Section , [Derby]
Statementedited by Robert Thornhill.
ContributionsThornhill, Robert., Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
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One of Derbyshire’s prettiest villages is set to have its bus link restored after illegally parked cars blocked the route Bus normally runs daily except Sundays from the market town of Author: Simon Calder. Eyam the Derbyshire village that was quarantined; Great Plague of London epidemic of ; Third Pandemic () References Coordinates.

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Eyam (/ ˈ iː m /) is an English village and civil parish in the Derbyshire lies within the Peak District National population was at the Census. The village was founded and named by Anglo-Saxons, although lead had earlier been mined in About a Derbyshire village area by the Romans.

After the loss of its industries in the later 20th century, the local economy now relies on the tourist Country: England. Tourist Information Centres. Many of the villages above also offer external links to their own local websites. For maps on any of the above villages try For historical maps try Old Derbyshire Maps Towns and Villages A to G: H to R: S to Y.

Ticknall is a historic Derbyshire village going back to Anglo Saxon era and is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Tickenhalle.

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Hear Sordid Stories of This Resilient Little Village. It was A tailor from Eyam sent for a bale of cloth from London in order to make clothes for the villagers in his small Derbyshire village.

Little did he know that the cloth was infested with fleas infected with plague and this purchase would cause the death of villagers. Book a viewing for this 3 bedroom House for sale in DO NOT BOOK VIEWINGS ON THIS ENTRY, 9, Woodlands Close, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE Contact our residential property specialists for more information about the property.

Earliest recorded settlement in the Winster area is from two thousand years ago in the Iron Age irst recorded in Domesday Book () as Winstern.

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Tideswell could be called Derbyshire’s hill village as it has high limestone ‘mountains’ on all sides. Its 14th century church, known as ‘The Cathedral of the Peak’, houses notable monuments and the lovely wood carvings of Advent Hunstone.

A focal point for the surrounding community is a variety of shops, including a butcher, baker. In the fields between the Derbyshire villages of Eyam and Stoney Middleton sits a gritstone boulder known as the “boundary stone”.

During the bubonic plague outbreak of. Admiral Nelson was born in a small village rectory close by The Wash, where King John was said to have lost his treasure. Oxford: Inspector Morse Series by Colin Dexter Colin Dexter has Oxford all but sewed up with his Morse series, and it’s a city well worth exploring—easier to get to know in a book before venturing there on foot.

In Septemberplague was inadvertentlytransported from London to Eyam in Derbyshire on a consignment of cloth. This small country village subsequently became famous for its decision to instate a A ecordon sanitaireA f, isolaoiing itself to prevent the disease from spreading.

Much of EyamA fs population perished during that torrid s:   Take a stroll through this pretty South Derbyshire village, mentioned in the Domesday Book, and uncover its history. Look out for a Saxon place of. This is a companion volume to Ian Russell's Sheffield Book of Village Carols (Village Carols, rev.

edn, ). It contains carols from nine Derbyshire villages, plus Dore, historically in Derbyshire but now a suburb of Sheffield. News > UK > Home News Inside Eyam, the heroic plague village where battle with deadly disease saved thousands.

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The Stables Ramshorn, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. ) 1 / 26 View Larger Image. Synopsis From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of 'March' and 'People of the Book'. A young woman's struggle to save her family and her soul during the extraordinary year ofwhen plague suddenly struck a small Derbyshire village.

Inplague swept through London, driving the Reviews: K. Timely book by beloved author of People of the Book. Based on the history of a small Derbyshire village that, when enduring the plague inquarantined itself to protect the surrounding towns. Contact Corina Waldman at [email protected] for zoom link.

About the book Growing up in the s in a small mining village in Derbyshire, trips to the countryside - the great outdoors - were a huge part of Dave Marriott's life. Leaving the village was an adventure in itself but the school trip that had the biggest effect on him was the day they visited Edale in the Derbyshire Peak District.

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Eyam, Plague Village by Jan Carew Pocketguide: St Lawrence, Eyam 2 by Paula Clifford, Pat Athie and Charles Athie "A tune on a penny whistle - tales of a Derbyshire childhood" Doris E Coates The Geology of Eyam. John Beck. Our Good Brother - The Life and Times of William Mompesson. Derek Walker.

Eyam The Plague And An Ramble. This book revolves around a village that was evacuated and flooded to build a reservoir.

And I can’t even imagine the trauma that would have caused, so it was a thought-provoking and sad setting. But there is also a secret hidden in the drowned village which added to the tension and s:. It’s the Derbyshire village of Eyam during the plague outbreak, as imagined by artist Nick Burton in the exquisitely doomy new comic strip Our Plague Year.

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