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Early coal-mining around Nottingham, 1500-1650

Richard S. Smith

Early coal-mining around Nottingham, 1500-1650

by Richard S. Smith

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Published by University of Nottingham, Department of Adult Education in Nottingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal miners -- England -- Nottinghamshire -- History.,
  • Nottinghamshire (England) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRichard S. Smith.
    ContributionsUniversity of Nottingham. Dept. of Adult Education.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8039.M62 G7 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination126 p. :
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20652405M
    ISBN 101850410232
    OCLC/WorldCa22890573

      Former miners and workers at a company that took over Bilsthorpe's former colliery site have differing opinions on what the village is like now compared to more than 20 years ago. Current conditions. Burns, Daniel. The modern practice of coal mining (); Chirons, Nicholas P. Coal Age Handbook of Coal Surface Mining () ISBN Hamilton, Michael S. Mining Environmental Policy: Comparing Indonesia and the USA (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, ). (ISBN ).Hayes, Geoffrey. Coal Mining (), 32 pp; National Energy Information Center.

    Little is known about these early years but a letter survives in the Londonderry Papers at the Durham Record Office which informs us that on January 27 a party of guests travelled from Lord Londonderry’s mansion at Wynyard (near Stockton, now owned by John Hall) to Seaham Harbour to observe the opening ceremony for a new extension to the. 63 Bugle Horn, Westhoughton, United Co-operative Coal Mining Society (Limited). 64 Burnden, Burnden, Earl of Bradford. 65 Burnt Hills, Wholaw Nook, Burnley, Executors of Colonel Hargreaves.

      Nottingham Castle (Warning: it is not a castle, but a small stately home.) Museum is a must-see and provides a fascinating insight into the history of Nottingham. The fine mansion also houses the country's first municipal art gallery and the beautifully maintained gardens are ideal for a lazy summer's day stroll. Jan 1, - A look at coal mining history. See more ideas about Coal mining, Coal, History pins.


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Early coal-mining around Nottingham, 1500-1650 by Richard S. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Strelley is a village and civil parish to the west of population of the civil parish taken at the census was It is also the name of the nearby post war council housing estate. The village lies within the Broxtowe district, whilst the estate is in the City of village is separated from the housing estate by the A ct: Broxtowe.

Get this from a library. Early coal-mining around Nottingham, [Richard S Smith; University of Nottingham. Department of Adult Education.]. Smith, R. (), Early Coal Mining Around Nottingham -University of Nottingham (out of print).

New, J. (November ), " years of English railways - Huntingdon Beaumont and the early years", Backtrack, 18 (11): to Early Coal Mining Around Nottingham Paperback. See all formats Early coal-mining around Nottingham editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — $ Paperback from $ Format: Paperback. Huntingdon Beaumont (c–) was an English coal mining entrepreneur who built two of the earliest wagonways in England for trans-shipment of 1500-1650 book.

He was less successful as a businessman and died having been imprisoned for debt. Beaumont was the youngest of four sons born to Sir Nicholas Beaumont and his wife Ann (Saunders). Smith, R S (), Early Coal Mining Around Nottingham -University of Nottingham (out of print).

Marshall, P (), Wollaton Hall and the Willoughby Family, Nottingham Civic Society. External links Edit. Early coal-mining around Nottingham, – (University of Nottingham Department of Adult Education, ) [King’s Meadow Campus East Midlands Collection Not 1.O46 SMI] Stevenson, W.B.

'The Willoughby Family', Nottingham Catholic Magazine, 8, and 9, 1 (). Coal mining in the area goes back hundreds of years. I have a book entitled "Early coal mining around Nottingham - " By Richard S. Smith. And there were certainly mines in the Wollaton area during that period.

Now a fledgling business park near Sherwood Pines, Bilsthorpe was a productive - but deadly - coal mine, until it closed in In its seventy years, a total of 77 people died in the pit, with.

Early Coal Mining Around Nottingham - Comprehensive, but currently out of print, book. Pub -Univ of Nottm. Edward T Beaumont JP: The Beaumonts in History. AD - A book first published around and covering the family history.

There is an early series of Derbyshire colliery accounts, predominantly cash books and coals sold, but also some pit vouchers and a few wages books for There are numerous leases, sales and other legal papers relating to coal seams and mineral rights, with small number relating to the setting up and liquidation or sale of companies and.

Early coal-mining around Nottingham, – (University of Nottingham Department of Adult Education, ) [King’s Meadow Campus East Midlands Collection Not 1.O46 SMI] Smith, R.S., ‘Sir Francis Willoughby's ironworks,–’, Renaissance and Modern Studies, 11 (), 90– [King’s Meadow Campus East Midlands Collection.

Just five years ago, a prospective purchaser would have been relieved of around £40, for the pleasure of becoming a homeowner - the same property would now deprive a buyer of a. Welcome to the Nottinghamshire Bibliography Online, an internet-accessible guide to publications and resources relating to the history of Nottinghamshire.

Toton was just a tiny Nottinghamshire farming village back in the early s. But an insatiable demand for coal would change its image for ever and. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of University Of Nottingham books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Early Coal-mining Around Nottingham Richard S. Smith. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. The Domesday Book () records invaluable information on these early settlements. Around this time Sherwood Forest was preserved to provide. Early references to coal & coal mining in Notts Coal at Nottingham Castle.

Arthur Stapleton, in his An Historical Sketch of the Caves of Old Nottingham and The Nottinghamshire Coalfield: some notes regarding its ancient history () notes that the earliest reference to the local use of coal comes from the "Annales de Dunstable" in the year Henry III left his Queen, Eleanor of.

Books. Guide to the Coalfields ( – ) International Guide to the Coalfields; Lawrence, Ray “Coal Mining of .” Series of books on the South-Wales Coalfield. List of Mines in the United Kingdom of Great Britain etc, to Shaw, M. () The Mines. Coal mining, extraction of coal deposits from the surface of Earth from underground.

Coal has been used since the Bronze Age, 3, to 4, years ago, and was the basic energy source that fueled the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries. Unlike parts of South Yorkshire this area has very few workable coals above the Barnsley or Top Hard coal.

This results from a mixture of seam thinning and erosion.A few pre papers on Nottinghamshire mining have been listed by Brook and Griffin gives an overview of the pre-nationalised industry there. 1,2 Thoresby, Nottingham’s last colliery, ended coal production on 10th July Strelley Village.

Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. During the industrial revolution of the 19th and early 20th centuries, coal mining was one of the UK's main industries.

By the time of the census, there were over 3, mines employing over million miners in England, Scotland and Wales.