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Rotherfield The Story of some Wealden Manors

£145.00

Product description

This is the fruit of some eleven years of research into the history of a parish in East Sussex. It is very detailed and extensively referenced. There are several genealogical trees of individual families (one extensive one in a fold out sheet) and maps and some black and white photographs. The author had access to many private archive documents as well as those publically available.
Courier hardback with no DJ. Boards covered in dark blue cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Minimal wear to top and bottom of spine cover. Binding good and no marks. There are included a couple of documents: one is a letter to a Mrs Champneys from the author, which had clearly been evoked by an appreciative letter on her part and the other a series of pages of tables headed Place names of Rotherfield in tabular form and manuscript.
A very rare book, here in good condition

Item details

Author(s):
Catherine Pullein
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22 x 15 cm approx
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
486
Publisher:
Courier

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This is the fruit of some eleven years of research into the history of a parish in East Sussex. It is very detailed and extensively referenced. There are several genealogical trees of individual families (one extensive one in a fold out sheet) and maps and some black and white photographs. The author had access to many private archive documents as well as those publically available.
Courier hardback with no DJ. Boards covered in dark blue cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Minimal wear to top and bottom of spine cover. Binding good and no marks. There are included a couple of documents: one is a letter to a Mrs Champneys from the author, which had clearly been evoked by an appreciative letter on her part and the other a series of pages of tables headed Place names of Rotherfield in tabular form and manuscript.
A very rare book, here in good condition

Author(s):
Catherine Pullein
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22 x 15 cm approx
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
486
Publisher:
Courier

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