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Kilsby
Gren Hatton

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"In turning back the clock, it is never easy to know just where to stop the hands."

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Kilsby: The Story of a Village
a study of the social development of communities in the Rugby area, with special reference to the village of Kilsby.

Published 1989 by The author in Kilsby .
Written in English.

About the Book

The book deals with the evolution of village communities in west Northamptonshire, based originally on the underlying geology of the region, and following the gradual development through Roman, Saxon, Danish and Norman times, into and through the Middle Ages, and up to the eras of toll roads, canals, railways, and finally motorways. The village of Kilsby is used as an example, to illustrate the impacts of these successive developments, and the effects of such events as plague, Industrial Revolution, the parliamentary Enclosure Acts, Napoleonic wars etc., and drawing upon a wide range of source material. The author has also written other history books dealing with later developments in Victorian and subsequent times, in addition to a range of more scholarly papers and articles on the late mediaeval and early modern period.

First Sentence

In turning back the clock, it is never easy to know just where to stop the hands.

The Physical Object

Number of pages
256
Dimensions
A5

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL18360187M

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