- Author:Rod W. Ambler
- Publisher:History of Lincolnshire Committee (December 23, 2000)
- Pages:286 pages
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Hardcover published 2000-12-23 by History of Lincolnshire Committee.
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History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, (c)2000. Geographic Name: Lincolnshire (England) Church history. Physical Description: xii, 274 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: History of Lincolnshire, 9. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -253) and index. Download Churches, chapels and the parish coomunities of Lincolnshire, 1660- 1900 . leave here couple of words about this book: Tags
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W. Ambler: Churches, Chapels and the Parish Communities of Lincolnshire 1660–1900, History of Lincolnshire Committee, 2000, ISBN . 0 902668 17 X, pp. xi + 274. Anthony Cornwell. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 September 2015. Export citation Request permission.
AMBLER, Rodney WilIiam: Churches, chapels and the parish communities of Lincolnshire, 1660-1900, History of Lincolnshire, Vo!. IX, Lincoln: History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 2000, xii. + 274pp. 22. BEAUMONT, Alan: And it came to pass.
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The book also discusses at length the smaller groups and territories within the pre-Viking Lincoln region, including the Spalde, the Billingas and the Gyrwe. seventh-century cemeteries in Lincolnshire 272 Bibliography 284 Index 311. Related Papers
The book also discusses at length the smaller groups and territories within the pre-Viking Lincoln region, including the Spalde, the Billingas and the Gyrwe. The penultimate chapter from the volume finally moves on from the above analysis of the post-Roman Lincoln region to consider what the relationship between the names Lindissi, Lindisfaran and Lindisfarne may have been. Related Papers. Lindisfarne, the Lindisfaran and the origins of Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. Ambler, Churches, Chapels and Parish Communities in Lincolnshire: 1660–1900, 2000 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). M. W. Barley, Lincolnshire and the Fens, 1962 (2nd ed. 1972). T. Beastall, Agricultural Revolution in Lincolnshire, 1978 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). S. Bennett and N. Bennett, An Historical Atlas of Lincolnshire, 1993 (Hull: University of Hull Press). Sir Maurice Beresford, New Towns of the Middle Ages, 1967 (New York and Washington: Praeger).