Manor and Parish of Ecclesall: Carolus Paulus

  1. Chapter 1  THE MANOR
  2. Chapter II An Area of MOORLAND AND FOREST
  3. Chapter III THE DE ECCLESALLS AND BEAUCHIEF ABBEY
  4. Chapter IV  THE FARMHOUSE MANSIONS OF ECCLESALL
  5. Chapter V THE COMMON LANDS OF ECCLESALL
  6. Chapter VI THE POPULATION OF THE MANOR
  7. Chapter VII ECONOMIC CHANGES CONDUCING TO PARLIAMENTARY EMCLPOSRE
  8. Chapter VIII BEFORE AND AFTER ENCLOSURE IN ECCLESALL
  9. Chapter IX THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE PHYSICAL OBJECTORS
  10. Chapter X REFLECTIONS ON THE ENCLOSURES
  11. Chapter  XI THE ECCLESALL ENCLOSURE ACT
  12. Chapter XII  THE CONTENTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS AWARD
  13. Chapter XIII  PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ROADS OVER THE ENCLOSED COMMONS
  14. Chapter XIV PUBLIC FOOTPATHS
  15. Chapter XV  SCHEDULE OF LANDS ALLOTTED BY THE ENCLOSURE AWARD AND TO WHOM
  16. Chapter XVI ALLOTMENTS TABULATED ACCORDING TO LOCALITY
  17. Chapter XVII PERSONS IN ECCLESALL ASSESSED TO THE POOR
  18. Chapter XVIII  OLD WHIRLOW HALL
  19. Chapter XIX ECCLESALL PRE-REFORMATION CHAPEL
  20. Chapter XX  ECCLESALL HALL, A REMNANT OF THE OLD MANOR HOUSE
  21. Chapter XXI THRIFT HOUSE AND A TALE OF THE MOOR EDGES
  22. Chapter XXII BENTS GREEN LODGE, AND THE HOUSE ON THE MOORS
  23. Chapter XXIII  RICHARD FURNISS AND THE LOST LAD

 


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Manor and Parish of Ecclesall: Carolus Paulus — 1 Comment

  1. Scanning is progressing. The book provides an interesting account of the implementation and impact of enclousure on the Ecclesall Commons. Looking at the maps, its clear where the enclosure has shaped the present day district.

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