Memorials of old Cheshire by Edward Barber and P. H. Ditchfield

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Editor Barber, Edward, 1841-1914
Editor Ditchfield, P. H. (Peter Hampson), 1854-1930
LoC No. 10020382
Title Memorials of old Cheshire
Original Publication United Kingdom: George Allen & Sons,1910.
Contents Historic Cheshire, by P. H. Ditchfield -- The County Palatine of Chester: its place in history, by Henry Taylor -- The Abbeys of Cheshire, by Edward Barber -- Cheshire castles, by Edward Barber -- The timber-framed churches of Cheshire, by the Rev. Dr. Cox -- The walls and rows of Chester, by Edward Barber -- The half-timbered architecture of Cheshire, by C. H. Minshull -- An old Consistory Court, by Edward Barber -- Halton Court Leet, by V. B. Davies -- Cheshire worthies, by P. H. Ditchfield -- The four Randle Holmes of Chester (an epitome of a paper by the late J. P. Earwaker), by Edward Barber -- The Chester Mystery Plays, by Joseph C. Bridge -- The siege of Chester, by Edward Barber -- Cheshire and its families, by James Hall -- Some Cheshire crosses, by Edward Barber -- Echoes from Farndon, by the late Rev. L. E. Owen -- Some Cheshire customs, Proverbs, and Folk-lore, by Joseph C. Bridge -- Two Cheshire Saints, by Edward Barber.
Credits Tim Lindell, Neil Mercer, Music transcribed by Linda Cantoni and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/Canadian Libraries)
Language English
LoC Class DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe
Subject Cheshire (England)
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EBook-No. 69492
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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