Cover of: History of the parish of Chipping, in the county of Lancaster by Smith, Thomas C[harles] of Longridge, Eng.

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History of the parish of Chipping, in the county of Lancaster

with some account of the forests of Bleasdale and Bowland

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This edition was published in by Printed and pub. for the author by C. W. Whitehead in Preston.

Written in English

276 pages

The volume published in 1894 comprises 276 pages of text, and some leading matter, illustrations (images) and pedigrees (family trees) not numbered. There is some fairly thin narrative history of the village of Chipping and its surrounding area, situated in North-East Lancashire, England, and includes extensive quotations from the small amount of contemporaneous documentation available over the period, from about 1400AD to 1850AD. The sources include deeds, leases, court records and wills. There are references to the more important families of the time, with a range of individuals from aristocrats to peasants, but principally yeomen (such people being bound to the land by their nature but with the means to leave a mark in history).

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History of the parish of Chipping, in the county of Lancaster

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The volume published in 1894 comprises 276 pages of text, and some leading matter, illustrations (images) and pedigrees (family trees) not numbered. There is some fairly thin narrative history of the village of Chipping and its surrounding area, situated in North-East Lancashire, England, and includes extensive quotations from the small amount of contemporaneous documentation available over the period, from about 1400AD to 1850AD. The sources include deeds, leases, court records and wills. There are references to the more important families of the time, with a range of individuals from aristocrats to peasants, but principally yeomen (such people being bound to the land by their nature but with the means to leave a mark in history).

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History of the parish of Chipping, in the county of Lancaster

with some account of the forests of Bleasdale and Bowland

This edition was published in by Printed and pub. for the author by C. W. Whitehead in Preston.


Edition Notes

"The registers" [of the parish church]: p. 110-124.
"Old families": p. 224-269.

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Library of Congress
DA690.C54 S6

The Physical Object

Pagination
4 p. l., 276 p.
Number of pages
276

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OL6920085M
Internet Archive
historyparishch00smitgoog
LC Control Number
02022237
OCLC/WorldCat
5436991

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