1 edition of Place-names of Gloucestershire found in the catalog.
Place-names of Gloucestershire
by English Place-name Society
Written in English
|Statement||edited by A.H. Smith.|
|Series||Survey of English Place-names -- v.41|
|Contributions||Smith, A. H. 1903-1967.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
Gloucester City Council, 7 books John Dandola, 6 books Carolyn Heighway, 5 books Francis Adams Hyett, 5 books Joseph E. Garland, 4 books Lufkin's Dahlia Gardens, 4 books Corliss Bros. Incorporated, 4 books John Randall Clarke, 3 books Colin Gordon Maggs, 3 books Ordnance Survey, 3 books Gloucester Cathedral, 3 books Darrel Kirby, 3 books Andrew. Guppy also makes some notes on some of the characteristic Gloucestershire names: ALWAY: A Glouc. name; the name of a family of gentry in Hawkesbury in the 17th and 18th century. ARKELL: A surname numerous in the county, was the name of the Patron of the Living of Bodington in the late 18th century. ARROWSMITH: now a rare name in the was .
Amenities. The village does have a small shop which also serves as a Post Office. Transport. The village is located close to the A46 and A, the B passes south of next motorway junction is Tormarton Interchange between A46 and former railway station in nearby Acton Turville closed in , but the line is still active. The nearest railway station is Yate on . NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Gloucestershire, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of . A new book by Anthony Poulton-Smith – just published. I hope some of your members may be interested in the latest title in our county place names series which has just been published in Kindle eBook format, price £ This link gives full details and also provides sample pages – or search for Bedfordshire Place Names on the Amazon website.
Hey all! Very new to the series - I'm halfway through book one and really really enjoying it*. I enjoy historical fiction anyway - but Cornwall does an amazing job of making you feel like you're in that time period, not just a modern setting with togas or whatever.. I got into the series because, as you've probably heard, the next Assassin's Creed title (out for Christmas) is set in Alfred's. A.H. Smith has 41 books on Goodreads with 68 ratings. A.H. Smith’s most popular book is Three Northumbrian Poems. Smith, A. H. (Albert Hugh; ), The place-names of Gloucestershire. One of the English Place-Name Society Series; v Cambridge: University Press (). In 4 Volumes: The river- and road-names. The east Cotswolds; The north and west Cotswolds; The lower Severn Valley. The Forest of Dean; Introduction, bibliography, analyses.
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Published to mark with the tercentenary of this important work, Gloucestershire Years Ago is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of the county and in local history more : Alan Pilbeam.