1 edition of history of Nidderdale found in the catalog.
history of Nidderdale
|Statement||written by the Pateley Bridge Local History Tutorial Class ; edited by Bernard Jennings.|
|Contributions||Jennings, Bernard., Pateley Bridge Local History Tutorial Class.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||504|
Nidderdale has lots of wonderful attractions for all the family, the Nidderdale Museum, the Old Work House and Kings Street Workshops. The Nidderdale Agricultural Show held in late September, Glasshouse Mill home to Yorkshire Country wines and a Mill Centre at Darley which is a 17 th century listed corn mill with its 27ft water wheel. Nidderdale, an historical, Topographical and Descriptive sketch of the valley of the Nidd. () and The History and Topography of Great Timble, Little Timble and Snowden. 2 books on one CDrom: William Grainge: Book Details.
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Scar House Reservoir is the second of the three reservoirs in Upper Nidderdale, England, History. Scar House was the last reservoir to be built in the Nidd Valley. Scar House was once home to more than 1, villagers who lived and worked building the Nidderdale dam in the s. It has the oldest sweet shop in the world. Established in , it is housed in one of the earliest buildings in Pateley Bridge, dating from Pateley Bridge is also the home of the Nidderdale Museum. The last Dales agricultural show of the year, the Nidderdale Show, is held annually on the showground by the River Nidd. The show attracts o visitors each year.
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The valley is Nidderdale, a brooding and watery place which takes its name from the Celtic/Danish for valley of the brilliant or sparkling water. Here, a simple sufficiency flourished over time, influenced by English and Scandinavian settlers.5/5(1).
A history of Nidderdale (Second ed.). by Bernard Jennings. Published by Nidderdale History Group in Pateley Bridge, (York.).
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Nidderdale: Or, An Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive Sketch of the Valley of the Nidd, Including Pateley Bridge, Bishopside Dacre Banks, Harwith, Brimham Rocks, Stonebeck Down, Ramsgill, Stonebeck Up, Middlesmoor, Fountains Earth, Greenhow Hill, and the Stump Cross Caverns.
Nidderdale: Or, An Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive Sketch of the Valley of the Nidd Item Preview. Nidderdale and the garden of the Nidd: a Yorkshire Rhineland. Being a complete account, historical, scientific, and descriptive, of the beautiful valley of the Nidd.
Nidderdale and the garden of the Nidd: a Yorkshire Rhineland. Being a complete account, historical, scientific, and descriptive, of the beautiful valley of the Nidd. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and. Buy The Book of Nidderdale: Aspects of a Yorkshire Valley (Halsgrove Parish History S.) by Ninnerdale Museum Society (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Villages of Nidderdale Spectacular Nidderdale in North Yorkshire is a landscape of contrasts, although outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park it was designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in and covers an area of square miles ( km2).
A History of Nidderdale written by the Pateley Bridge Local History Tutorial Class. Jennings Bernard (Editor).: Published by Huddersfield The Advertiser Press Limited First Edition (). Nidderdale was historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, and in the Lower Division of Claro Wapentake.
In the 19th century local government reforms most of the dale fell within the Pateley Bridge Poor Law Union,  later the Pateley Bridge Rural Sanitary District  and from Pateley Bridge Rural District.
. tion of my larger work on Nidderdale, which went rapidly out of print and, for many years past, copies of the book have been very difficult to obtain. In the present edition it had been my intention to revise and condense the old work, and thus present the story of this attractive valley in.
Save on ISBN has A History of Nidderdale by Bernard (ed.) Jennings and millions of more used, rare, and out-of-print books. A History of Nidderdale Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Bernard Jennings (Editor), Pateley Bridge Tutorial Class (Author)Reviews: 3.
Local History Research. Nidderdale Museum has a room where special exhibitions are held and talks are given to groups visiting the Museum. Our extensive library includes a selection of local history and other books relating to Nidderdale.
We also have books and booklets for sale, which can be purchased from the Museum. From Nidderdale, Yorkshire – Barbara INMAN, the wife of Dr James ORTON, was descended from a family with roots in Nidderdale for many generations.
The best account of the INMAN family of Nidderdale is that researched by Alfred H. Inman, and published in as a 70+ page Appendix to Harry Speight’s book, "Nidderdale, from Nun Monkton to Whernside". Looking at the parish register statistics, published in the book A History of Nidderdale by the Pateley Bridge Tutorial class and edited by Bernard Jennings, in Bewerley Church parish (Pateley Bridge) had a population of and the area of Bishopside NIDDERDALE from Nun Monkton to Whernside Being a record of the History, Antiquities, Scenery, Old Homes, Families &c.
Of the beautiful valley of the Nidd. By Harry Speight. Author of "Craven and North-West Yorkshire Highlands" "Upper Wharfedale", "Lower Wharfedale" &c. Illustrations and Map. London: Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster Row, E.C. A History of Hampsthwaite. Written and published by people in Hampsthwaite.
To Order your copy send a cheque for £* payable to Hampsthwaite Village Society to: Hampsthwaite Village Book, 4 St Thomas a'Becket Walk, Hampsthwaite, Harrogate HG3 2FS. Please enclose your name, address and a contact telephone number.
JENNINGS Bernard. Published by Huddersfield: Advertiser ()., Used. Save for Later. Shipping costs are based on books weighing LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.The book describes the history of the Hardcastle family beginning with the emigration to Nidderdale in the 13th Century, explains their way of living from the 15th to the 20th century and finally describes their emigration to the U.S.A, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.