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|Statement||by C. G. Down and A. J. Warrington.|
|Contributions||Warrington, A. J., joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||71888946|
(C G Down & A J Warrington (nd: David & Charles: Newton Abbot) The History of the Somerset Coalfield, pp. & ) The coal-cutters in use up to World War II were of two types. Most were used to undercut the coal face, a process which involved cutting a slot along the bottom of the face, leaving the coal to fall or be ripped out by hand. A book of history with only two very basic maps (one geological!) is thereby injured right from the start. The flood of names, on the other hand, never ceases. Well, that's bound to happen when you try to cover a couple thousand years of history in pages. The Somerset Fry duo plumped for a Reviews: 5.
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History and description. In the Domesday Book of the village was known as "Mulne" meaning several mills. The parish was part of the hundred of Frome.. Around Mells seems to have been known as Iron Burgh, as a result of the iron ore extracted in the area.. The village hall was built in the 14th century as a tithe barn for Glastonbury Abbey and now serves as the village hall. Hi I am trying to trace a Nehemiah Smith whorked as an engine driver in the mines around the Chewtob Mendip/Midsomer Norton for some 30 years. Could anyone tell me if there are any records of miners who worked in the Somerset coalfields please. Many THanks David.
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Down CG & Warrington AJ, reprint, HB, pp Coal mining is one of Somerset's oldest industires and eighty collieries have been sunk since the 's.
In this book, the history and geology of the area are detailed and present day (s) remains at every site are described with maps to show locations and illustrations of buildings. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The History of the Somerset Coalfield. Christopher Gordon Down, A. Warrington. David and Charles, - Coal mines and mining - pages. 0 Reviews. History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Down, C.G.
(Christopher Gordon). History of the Somerset coalfield. Newton Abbot, David and Charles  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C G Down; A J Warrington. The History of the Somerset Coalfield.
Presents a detailed account of the history of the Somerset coalfield, the geology, the people, and the collieries. If you know the book but cannot find it on AbeBooks, we can automatically search for it on your behalf as new inventory is : Hardcover.
Shane Gould PB A5 68pp Published by the Somerset Industrial Archaeology Society, this book records the legacy of the coal mining industry in an area where nearly every village had a colliery.
A chronological history is given together with a photographic record of the surviving physical remains.
The History of the Somerset Coalfield by C.G. Down, A.J. Warrington | Waterstones This book can be found in: History > Local interest, family history & nostalgia > Local history Business, Finance & Law > Industry & industrial studies > Energy industries & utilities > Coal & solid fuel industries.
Presents a detailed account of the history of the Somerset coalfield, the geology, the people, and the : C.G. Down, A.J. Warrington. Down C G and Warrington A J The History of the Somerset Coalfield, D&C,pp with pp16 of s label inside the covers.
VG/VG. A well-researched history of the eighty or so collieries that have been sunk in Somerset since This website contains various types of data relating both to individual collieries in northern Somerset and southern Gloucestershire and to the coalfield as a whole.
The data has been gathered from a variety of sources, mostly official publications, supplemented by some original records, although these are extremely scarce. History of Somerset: Avon, Dorset and Somerset Canal, Mendip Hills, Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, Somerset Coalfield (Paperback).
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0 Reviews. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: A Brief History of the Bristol and Somerset Coalfield. The Bristol and Somerset coalfield stretches from Cromhall in the north to the Mendips in the south, and from Bath in the east to Nailsea in the west, a total area of about square miles.
Although the Gloucester and Somerset portions of the coalfield have often been viewed as separate. At last, a book on Radstock. Although Radstock has been the home, for over 15 years, of the extensive collection of artifacts associated with the former Somerset Coalfield; and many articles about the town and its people have appeared in the Museum Society’s Five Arches magazine, no single publication on the town has ever been available.
Somerset Coalfield Historic images of the collieries of the Somerset Coalfield, showing the surface workings, colliery buildings, engines houses and head frames, loading screens and banks, drifts, levels, shafts, railway connections, sidings and colliery owned wagons, underground scenes and groups of.
Somerset was part of the Roman Empire from 47 AD to about AD. However, the end was not abrupt and elements of Romanitas lingered on for perhaps a century. Somerset was invaded from the south-east by the Second Legion Augusta, under the future emperor Vespasian.
The hillforts of the Durotriges at Ham Hill and Cadbury Castle were captured. Ham Hill probably had a temporary. Somerset Coalfields Lasbury Family History Posted on 1st August by Author 24th March The records continue to grow with further additions of families that lived and worked in the Somerset Coalfields.
Our unique archive of documents, and o photographs, relating to the former Somerset Coalfield is available for Research. Read more Five Arches History Journal.
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Click on: ORDERING details Or for further information contact Ivor Cornish: () the Somerset Coalfield Life at Radstock Museum – they have a public search facility there. Bath Record Office. Click on any of the links in the table below to find out more about Timsbury’s history.
Visit the North Somerset Coalfield Heritage Museum website Visitors to the award winning Radstock Museum, situated in the old Market Hall, have the opportunity to explore the history of the former Somerset Coalfield; the day-to-day lives of the people, their education, their religion and their places of .THE HISTORY OF THE S.C.C.
SHAREHOLDERS. The Somersetshire Coal Canal (S.C.C.) was authorised by an Act or Parliament in It was promoted by the mine owners of the North Somerset coalfields as a cheaper means of transporting coal to their markets in Bath and Wiltshire.Buy The Somerset coalfield by Shane Gould, Somerset Industrial Archaeological Society online at Alibris UK.
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