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Topographical and Historical Account of Derbyshire (Magna Britannia Vol 5)

by Daniel and Samuel Lysons, 1817. Transcription by Barbarann Ayars © 2000


CONTENTS

     
General History of Derbyshire Page
Inhabitants and Government  
Historical Events  
Division of the County, Ecclesiastical and Civil  
Table of Parishes  
Monasteries, Colleges, and Ancient Hospitals  
Borough and Market Towns  
Disused Markets  
Fairs  
Disused Fairs  
Population  
Division of Property at the time of the Domesday Survey  
Nobility of the County:  
  Irish Peers who have Seats in Derbyshire  
  Extinct Peerages  
  Baronial Familes Extinct  
Noblemen's Seats  
Baronets:  
  Baronets who were not described as of Derbyshire at the time of their Creation  
  Extinct Baronets  
Baronet's Seats  
Gentry:  
  Families Extinct before the Time of the Heralds Visitations  
  Families extinct, or removed out of the county, since 1500  
  Families of whom it has not been ascertained whether they are or are not extinct  
Principal Seats, Halls, Mansions, etc.the Residence of Gentry  
Forests and Deer-Parks  
Geographical and Geological Descripton of the County(Boundaries, soil, Rivers, canals, roads)  
Natural History (Fossils, Minerals, indiginous plants, birds, etc.)  
Produce  
Manufactures  
Antiquities:  
  British  
  Roman  
Architecture:  
  Ancient Church  
  Saxon, Thirteenth C, Fourteenth C, Fifteenth and Sixteenth  
  Painted glass  
  Rood-lofts  
  Ancient fonts  
  Ancient sepulchral monuments: 13, 14, 15, 16 Centuries  
  Remains of Monastic Buildings  
  Ancient Stone Crosses and Pillars  
  Ancient Castles  
  Ancient Manor Houses  
Customs  
Parochial History  
Index Additions and Corrections  
Errata  
List of Plates