2 edition of history of Market Harborough, with that portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire.... found in the catalog.
history of Market Harborough, with that portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire....
John Harwood Hill
by Printed for the subscribers (and not published) by Ward and Sons in Leicester
Written in English
THE Number of those maintain'd in the Workhouse here is seventeen, viz. 8 old, and 9 young, almost all of them unable to do any Work for their Livelihood, except three Boys, Who are emp1oy'd in working for Weavers, which brings in about 4s. per to the Subsistence of the Poor, the Inhabitants have agreed, that each of them will take it by Turns, one, one Week, . Market Harborough, a town and parish, and head of a poor-law union in Leicestershire, 83 miles from London, 17 from Northampton, and 15 from Leicester, with stations on the M.R. and the L. & N.W.R., and a head post office.
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‘The History of Market Harborough, with that portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, containing the parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth,’ &c., Leicester, , 4to, privately printed, illustrated with etchings by the author. The "Leicestershire County Council (Harborough District) Consolidation Order " is hereby amended by the plan(s) specified in the First Schedule to this Order and with the inclusion of the plan(s) specified in the Second Schedule, attached hereto.
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The history of Market Harborough; with that portion of the hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, containing the Author: John Harwood Hill. 51 rows A History of the County of Leicestershire: Volume 5, Gartree Hundred By J M Lee.
History of Market Harborough was recorded in the Domesday Book in four wapentakes: Guthlaxton, Framland, Goscote and Gartree. These later became hundreds, with the division of Goscote into Leicestershire. book Goscote and East Goscote, and the addition of Sparkenhoe hundred.
The history of Market Harborough, with that portion of the hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, containing the parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth and Wiston; with an account of the lords of the manors and their pedigrees; and a list of the patrons and rectors of each living; a description of the churches, monuments, &c.
The History of Market Harborough with That Portion of the Hundred of Gartree - Leicestershire by HILL John Harwood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at During the 20th century Market Harborough continued to thrive and by it had a population of o A museum opened in the town in and in St Marys Place Shopping Centre opened.
Today Market Harborough is a flourishing Leicestershire town. The population of Market Harborough is 20, A brief history of Lutterworth. A brief. The Gartree oak is thought to be one of these sacred trees as we know that it was a meeting place for the elders of the Gartree Hundred area, way before the Anglo-Saxons arrived in Leicestershire.
This sacred meeting place even pre-dates the Roman invasion and hence the Roman road that was named after it. The accolade - ranking the town the best in Leicestershire by default of course - is a repeat of andwhen Market Harborough also made it into the weekend broadsheet's top 50 places to.
Market Harborough is a market town within the Harborough district of Leicestershire, England. Harborough District has a population of 91, () and Market Harborough is the district's administrative headquarters.
It sits on the Northamptonshire-Leicestershire border. The town was formerly at a crossroads for both road and rail; however the A6 now bypasses the town to the District: Harborough.
Market Harborough, town, Harborough district, administrative county of Leicestershire, central England, on the River Welland. The part of the town north of the Welland, including the historic core, lies within the historic county of Leicestershire, while the part of the town south of the river belongs to the historic county of Northamptonshire.
Victoria County History of Leicestershire HORNINGHOLD, Gartree Hundred. HORNINGHOLD lies seven miles north-east of Market Harborough and four miles south-west of Uppingham. The parish which has 1, acres in area, extends over the Middle Lias clays which underlie the hills on the borders of Rutland.
The soil is chiefly clay and largely. THE HISTORY OF MARKET HARBOROUGH, John Harwood Hill, printed for subscribers, Leicester: Ward and Sons ; “ with that portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, containing the parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth, Bradley Priory, Bringhurst, Leicestershire books.
The Market Harborough Historical Society, (originally, The Market Harborough Archaeological & Historical Society), was founded in and has been active ever since as a forum for those interested in local history and archaeology. MHHS holds monthly talks from September to May, with a field trip “The Summer Outing” in June each year.
The Square A resource of information about the men from Market Harborough who served in the forces during the First World War. UPDATED 4/11/ A new downloadable book by Patricia Perkins on the men of Market Harborough, Great Bowden and Little Bowden who took part in the First World War.
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GARTREE, a hundred in Leicestershire; mainly contiguous to Northamptonshire, but including detached portions to the E of Goscote hundred. It contains thirty-nine parishes and parts of five others. Acres, 80, Pop. in17, ; in18, Houses, 4.
Burton Overy is a village and a parish 8 miles south-east of Leicester city, 8 miles north-west of Market Harborough and about 98 miles north of London. The parish covers approx. 1, acres. If you are planning a visit: By automobile, take the A6 arterial road southeast out of Leicester city and turn left (north) after passing through Great Glen.
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The Origin and Rise of Market Harborough by W. Hoskins The origin of the pleasant old town of Market Harborough presents an interesting problem in local topography and history, for unlike the vast majority of Leicestershire towns, villages and hamlets it does not appear in Domesday Book.
A few other places. Gartree is now probably the largest single employer in Market Harborough with a staff well in excess of two hundred. Market Harborough along with eleven other dynamic market towns in the Welland Valley is part of the Government sponsored Pathfinder Initiative.
William Burton, The Description of Leicestershire (2nd edition, ) John Nichols, The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester () Volume 1, part 1 Volume 1, part 2.
Volume 2, part 1 Volume 2, part 2 Volume 3, part 1 Volume 3, part 2 Volume 4, part 1 Volume 4, part 2 J. Curtis, A Topographical History of the County of.Lost Pubs In Market Harborough, Leicestershire: Name: Year Closed: Information: Peacock: St Marys Place. Phoenix: Northampton Road. Talbot: HIgh Street.
Union Inn: Leicester Road. Do you have any anecdotes, historical information, updates or photographs of closed or lost pubs in Market Harborough?
Become a contributor and submit them here.Fleckney Leicestershire genealogy. Description in "FLECKNEY, a parish in Market-Harborough district, Leicester; on the Union canal, near the Kibworth station of the Leicester and Bedford railway, 7 miles NW of town, Kibworth-Harcourt, under Leicester.