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Page link: [Nottingham] We Dig the Castle free family archaeology day
[Nottingham] We Dig the Castle free family archaeology day
Sunday 23 July 27: Hourly slots available between 10am and 4pm (10-11am; 11am-12pm; 1-2pm; 2-3pm; 3-4pm).
Page link: [Nottingham] We Dig the Castle - Nottingham Castle's annual archaeological training excavation
[Nottingham] We Dig the Castle - Nottingham Castle's annual archaeological training excavation
17 July - 18 August (weekdays, plus Saturday 5 August): 9.30am-4.30pm
Page link: [Newark] 1940s Weekend 2017
[Newark] 1940s Weekend 2017
12 & 13 August 2017: 10am until 5pm each day (last admission at 4pm)
Page link: [Newark] Cockpit-Fest & Aeroboot
[Newark] Cockpit-Fest & Aeroboot
17 & 18 June 2017 - 10am until 5pm each day (last admission at 4pm): 10am to 5pm
Page link: [Newark] Hastings & Shackleton 40th Anniversary
[Newark] Hastings & Shackleton 40th Anniversary
20 & 21 May 2017 - 10am until 5pm each day (last admission at 4pm): 10am to 5pm
Page link: The Von Werra Incident
The Von Werra Incident
Personal reminiscences
Page link: Is the World Ready for Larry Larkin?
Is the World Ready for Larry Larkin?
"Government Health warning: This record Could Damage Your Brain"
Page link: Dorothy Whipple's Newstead
Dorothy Whipple's Newstead
Popular author found inspiration in Notts
Page link: Mary OLDHAM
Mary OLDHAM
Author and Librarian of Beeston and Southwell
Page link: Peter Brannan
Peter Brannan
The Art of Peter Brannan - An Archaeological dig
Page link: Leaver & Brenda Howitt of Farndon
Leaver & Brenda Howitt of Farndon
Naturalists of National Renown
Page link: Lt. Col. Anthony Gylby
Lt. Col. Anthony Gylby
Civil War signatory to the surrender of Newark, buried at Everton
Page link: Joseph SMEDLEY [of Trowell]
Joseph SMEDLEY [of Trowell]
Instrumentalist, active 1794 - 1815
Page link: MORE about Bert Hall.....
MORE about Bert Hall.....
.... Town Crier of Newark, and Auctioneer in Mablethorpe
Page link: HACKETT, William [of Nottingham]
HACKETT, William [of Nottingham]
Nottinghamshire's 'Coal VC'
Page link: Alabaster at Flawford
Alabaster at Flawford
Unearthed at a Lost Village
Page link: PEARSON,  Hetley  [of Bramcote]
PEARSON, Hetley [of Bramcote]
2nd Lieut., Grenadier Guards
Page link: TOMLINSON,  Harry  [of Bramcote]
TOMLINSON, Harry [of Bramcote]
Private, Grenadier Guards
Page link: COOKE,  George [of Bramcote]
COOKE, George [of Bramcote]
Private, 9th Scottish Rifles
Page link: LAVELLE,  Charles [of Bramcote]
LAVELLE, Charles [of Bramcote]
Private, 9th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Robert WHITE of Bingham
Robert WHITE of Bingham
Astronomer & Mathematician
Page link: Bennerley Viaduct
Bennerley Viaduct
Preserved wrought-iron lattice girder railway bridge
Page link: Early Waggonways and Railways in Notts
Early Waggonways and Railways in Notts
Including 'The first railway in the British Isles'
Page link: Sound Advice from Upton
Sound Advice from Upton
When historic sound enhancers were found at Upton Church
Page link: Nottinghamshire Fire Service
Nottinghamshire Fire Service
Badges and helmets through the years
Page link: WARWICK, John Cedric Warwick [of Upton]
WARWICK, John Cedric Warwick [of Upton]
Lieut, South Notts Huassars
Page link: Names on the Bathley War Memorial - WW1
Names on the Bathley War Memorial - WW1
Covering Bathley, Little Carlton and North & South Muskham
Page link: Mansfield's Remarkable Steam Bus - PART 1
Mansfield's Remarkable Steam Bus - PART 1
Formation of the Mansfield Motor Car Company
Page link: The Oak & the Ash
The Oak & the Ash
Picture Gallery
Page link: The Porter Oaks
The Porter Oaks
Picture Gallery
Page link: Thompson's Grave (or Mound) at Mansfield
Thompson's Grave (or Mound) at Mansfield
A Notts remembrance of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755
Page link: FLETCHER, P
FLETCHER, P
6th Sherwood Foresters - POW in Germany, 1918
Page link: Beatrice Whitby and the Press
Beatrice Whitby and the Press
Local newspaper references to the Comfort for the Troops movement
Page link: Beatrice Whitby and the Press
Beatrice Whitby and the Press
Local newspaper references to the Comfort for the Troops movement
Page link: Silver Jubilee Chopper
Silver Jubilee Chopper
Raleigh's Royal tribute
Page link: Glass-making in Nottingham
Glass-making in Nottingham
Some early mentions of this one-time thriving industry
Page link: 1946 Blidworth Cradle Rocking (C.J. Dakin)
1946 Blidworth Cradle Rocking (C.J. Dakin)
A new feature for this ancient custom
Page link: A Great Free Day Out In Notts
A Great Free Day Out In Notts
The Great Nottinghamshire Local History Fair 2017
Page link: First State Registered Nurse (S.R.N.) came from Notts
First State Registered Nurse (S.R.N.) came from Notts
Ethel Bedford Fenwick and Thoroton Hall
Page link: The Cat o' Nine Tails at Mansfield
The Cat o' Nine Tails at Mansfield
An incident from 1780
Page link: Thankful Villages
Thankful Villages
A Nottinghamshire Concept
Page link: Sutton Passeys
Sutton Passeys
Lost village
Page link: Warberg
Warberg
A lost village in the Bingham wapentake(?)
Page link: Dallington
Dallington
Lost village
Page link: Morton
Morton
A lost village in the parish of Lenton
Page link: Keighton
Keighton
A lost village in the parish of Lenton
Page link: Hablesthorpe
Hablesthorpe
A lost village at North Leverton
Page link: The Southwell 'Paddy'
The Southwell 'Paddy'
Fond memories of a very local railway service
Page link: Vintage Notts-made cars on the move
Vintage Notts-made cars on the move
Taking part in the 2015 London-Brighton Run
Page link: The Druce-Portland Peerage Romance
The Druce-Portland Peerage Romance
The Dead Duke, his Secret Wife, and the Missing Corpse
Page link: Whitemoor at Laxton
Whitemoor at Laxton
Suggestions on the origin of its name found in an old letter
Page link: Chevrolet's at Collingham
Chevrolet's at Collingham
Hatcliffe's garage
Page link: The Archway School, Clipstone
The Archway School, Clipstone
Victorian sampler made by a pupil in 1868
Page link: Can anyone help, please
Can anyone help, please
Welbeck Abbey - hunting lodge??
Page link: William Agar
William Agar
Chemist of Retford & Mansfield
Page link: Mr Heaseldon's
Mr Heaseldon's "Quadrant" Motorcycle in Cropwell Bishop
Founder of Gypsum Mining in village
Page link: Mansfield Pudding - A hit across the ages
Mansfield Pudding - A hit across the ages
Recipe from 1861 revived at Local History Fair
Page link: Harold Henry Sutton CUBLEY (1872 - 1930)
Harold Henry Sutton CUBLEY (1872 - 1930)
Author & Spiritualist of Retford
Page link: Metal Box
Metal Box
Examples of items made by the Metal Box Co of Mansfield
Page link: COOKE, E.R. [of Nottingham]
COOKE, E.R. [of Nottingham]
Lance-corporal, Leicestershire regiment
Page link: COOKE, J. S. [of Nottingham]
COOKE, J. S. [of Nottingham]
Leading-signalman, H.M.S. Lafarey
Page link: DAWES, Frank [of Gunthorpe]
DAWES, Frank [of Gunthorpe]
South Notts Hussars
Page link: Part 6
Part 6
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: MILLHOUSE, Robert (1788 - 1839)
MILLHOUSE, Robert (1788 - 1839)
"Artisan poet of Nottingham & the Burns of Sherwood Forest"
Page link: DOLEMAN, Robert [of FARNDON]
DOLEMAN, Robert [of FARNDON]
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery
Page link: GODSON, Edward [of Ossington]
GODSON, Edward [of Ossington]
Private, South Staffordshire Rgt.
Page link: PRIDE, Ernest [of Farndon]
PRIDE, Ernest [of Farndon]
L/Cpl., 8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: RENSHAW, John William [of Farndon]
RENSHAW, John William [of Farndon]
Private, 1/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SHARPE, Edgar [of Farndon + Newark]
SHARPE, Edgar [of Farndon + Newark]
Private/Drummer, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: WILLOWS, James [of Farndon]
WILLOWS, James [of Farndon]
Private, 4th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders
Page link: BARLOW, Harry [of Farndon]
BARLOW, Harry [of Farndon]
L/Cpl 1st Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Part 7
Part 7
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: EDDISON Family
EDDISON Family
Quakers of Gateford
Page link: Voices From a Trunk
Voices From a Trunk
The Lost Lives of the Quaker Eddisons 1805-1867
Page link: HALL, John Henry [of Farndon]
HALL, John Henry [of Farndon]
Private, 17th Btn., Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Part 8
Part 8
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: Fountain Dale
Fountain Dale
Near Mansfield
Page link: Flawforth
Flawforth
Lost Village
Page link: A Pulpit for Duck Hunting
A Pulpit for Duck Hunting
Curious historical use of church furniture
Page link: HUNT, Walter [of South Clifton]
HUNT, Walter [of South Clifton]
Lance-Corporal, King's Royal Rifle Corps
Page link: JOHNSON, F. [of Hucknall]
JOHNSON, F. [of Hucknall]
2nd. Lieut., Sherwood Foresters
Page link: HARDY, W. [of Hucknall]
HARDY, W. [of Hucknall]
Temp. Capt., RGA
Page link: HOULDSWORTH, A. E. [of Hucknall]
HOULDSWORTH, A. E. [of Hucknall]
Captain, Army Service Corps
Page link: CARTLEDGE, G [of Hucknall]
CARTLEDGE, G [of Hucknall]
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: FREELAND, Rebecca (d.1741)
FREELAND, Rebecca (d.1741)
Epitaph in Edwalton churchyard
Page link: Edingley - An Introduction
Edingley - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early guide books and county histories.
Page link: Drakeholes - An Introduction
Drakeholes - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early guide books and county histories.
Page link: HADKINS, Elizabeth (d.1767)
HADKINS, Elizabeth (d.1767)
Epitaph in Cotham churchyard
Page link: The Old Sun Inn, Chapel Gate, Retford
The Old Sun Inn, Chapel Gate, Retford
A timber-framed building
Page link: Wine-making in Chilwell
Wine-making in Chilwell
A lost village art?
Page link: Kneeton - an Introduction
Kneeton - an Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early guide books and county histories
Page link: Rev. George BIRD (1858 - 1941)
Rev. George BIRD (1858 - 1941)
Writer & Vicar of Holme with Langford
Page link: PARKER, Charles Edward [of Southwell??]
PARKER, Charles Edward [of Southwell??]
Lieut., 3rd King's Shropshire Light Infantry
Page link: FOSTER, Cecil G [of Southwell??]
FOSTER, Cecil G [of Southwell??]
Lieut, Yorkshire Hussars
Page link: ALLEN, W R
ALLEN, W R
Captain, 8th Btn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: TFN - Newark in the First World War
TFN - Newark in the First World War
Plan for a class project
Page link: TFN - Newark in the First World War
TFN - Newark in the First World War
Plan for a class project
Page link: Midland General buses
Midland General buses
Photographs by John Dowse
Page link: GIBSON, Stephen (Sir)
GIBSON, Stephen (Sir)
Of Manor Farm, Halam
Page link: RICHARDSON, George [of Calverton]
RICHARDSON, George [of Calverton]
1/8th Btn Sherwood Foresters
Page link: WOOD, Frank [of Cropwell Bishop]
WOOD, Frank [of Cropwell Bishop]
86th Machine Gun Company
Page link: John Wade - clockmaker of Staythorpe
John Wade - clockmaker of Staythorpe
"Making Time for John Wade"
Page link: BIRD, Revd. George (1858 - 1941) [of Holme]
BIRD, Revd. George (1858 - 1941) [of Holme]
Poet and Vicar of Holme and Langford
Page link: MORRIS, Katharine (1910 - 1999) [of Bleasby]
MORRIS, Katharine (1910 - 1999) [of Bleasby]
Writer of "gentle tales of rural England"
Page link: The Dukeries Hotel, Edwinstowe
The Dukeries Hotel, Edwinstowe
Interesting family photos
Page link: Plague in Newark
Plague in Newark
Civil War Links
Page link: Plague in Balderton
Plague in Balderton
Civil War links
Page link: Plague in East Stoke
Plague in East Stoke
Civil War links
Page link: Costock - An Introduction
Costock - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories anf guidebooks
Page link: Cinder Hill - An Introduction
Cinder Hill - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories and guidebooks
Page link: Carlton - An Introduction
Carlton - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Car Colston
Car Colston
Some descriptions from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Burton Joyce - An Introduction
Burton Joyce - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories and guidebooks
Page link: Brinsley - An Introduction
Brinsley - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guidebooks
Page link: The Calverton Ghost
The Calverton Ghost
A Ghost Story for Christmas
Page link: MASON, Japh
MASON, Japh
A Director of Ransome & Marles' Bearing factory, Newark
Page link: MORE Best Notts Shops
MORE Best Notts Shops
MORE Amusing, Saucy, Clever, Whatever shop names
Page link: SHORT, L  [of Newark]
SHORT, L [of Newark]
Private 41474 Norfolk Regiment
Page link: SHORT, L  [of Newark]
SHORT, L [of Newark]
Private 41474 Norfolk Regiment
Page link: Blidworth - An Introduction
Blidworth - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Huthwaite - An Introduction
Huthwaite - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Bingham - An Introduction
Bingham - An Introduction
Some descriptions from early county histories and guide books
Page link: John Smith of Hickling
John Smith of Hickling
An interesting grave epitaph
Page link: HASLAM, E.  [of Hucknall]
HASLAM, E. [of Hucknall]
Lance-Corporal, KRR
Page link: HASLAM, C.  [of Hucknall]
HASLAM, C. [of Hucknall]
Private, East Lincolnshire Regiment
Page link: MUNKS, J.A. [of Hucknall]
MUNKS, J.A. [of Hucknall]
Driver, Army Service Corps
Page link: SMITH, S [of Hucknall]
SMITH, S [of Hucknall]
Private, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: The Gopher Bells of Newark
The Gopher Bells of Newark
Listen in mp3 to the story of this unique custom
Page link: Southwell's Wicker Bramley
Southwell's Wicker Bramley
The town's world-famous apple re-created in willow
Page link: WHITE, F E. [of Hucknall]
WHITE, F E. [of Hucknall]
Private, R.G.R.
Page link: CREAMER, James William [of Mansfield]
CREAMER, James William [of Mansfield]
Pte. 4418 / L/Cpl. 306440 Notts & Derby (Sherwood Forsters)
Page link: KERRY, Frank [of Mansfield Woodhouse & Tuxford]
KERRY, Frank [of Mansfield Woodhouse & Tuxford]
Pte. 16140 Sherwood Foresters/ L/Cpl. 608277 Royal Engineers
Page link: The Mansfield Tank
The Mansfield Tank
Titchfield Park
Page link: The Cotton Mill at Newark
The Cotton Mill at Newark
(Generally known as Parnham's Mill)
Page link: EMANS, G. [of Hucknall]
EMANS, G. [of Hucknall]
Rifleman, KRR
Page link: BEESON, S [of Hucknall]
BEESON, S [of Hucknall]
Private, Royal Flying Corps
Page link: EGLESHAW, John George [of Southwell]
EGLESHAW, John George [of Southwell]
Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS)
Page link: Coddington Hall
Coddington Hall
(Previously Beaconfield House)
Page link: CONWAY, J [of Hucknall]
CONWAY, J [of Hucknall]
Private 7th MB
Page link: JONES, A. [of Hucknall]
JONES, A. [of Hucknall]
Private, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Page link: CROSS, W [of Hucknall]
CROSS, W [of Hucknall]
Private, RAMC
Page link: Road versus Rail 1914 style
Road versus Rail 1914 style
Will motor vehicles ever supplant train travel?
Page link: New WW1 Memorial to the men of four Notts villages
New WW1 Memorial to the men of four Notts villages
Bathley, North & South Muskham and Little Carlton
Page link: Panic at Hucknall, 1914
Panic at Hucknall, 1914
War Fears prompt a run on local Traders
Page link: CREE, Bert [of Farndon & Balderton]
CREE, Bert [of Farndon & Balderton]
35448 Driver, Army Service Corps
Page link: COLLINS, S [of Hucknall]
COLLINS, S [of Hucknall]
Yeomanry Bandsman
Page link: PHILLIPS, R [of Hucknall]
PHILLIPS, R [of Hucknall]
Yeomanry bandsman
Page link: GRAHAME [of Hucknall]
GRAHAME [of Hucknall]
Royal Marine Artillery
Page link: BLAKE, John Horace [of Hucknall]
BLAKE, John Horace [of Hucknall]
Lance-Corporal, 1st Sherwood Foresters
Page link: ATKINSON, Leonard Hobster [of Hucknall]
ATKINSON, Leonard Hobster [of Hucknall]
Wireless Operator, H.M.S. Bulwark
Page link: MITCHELL, Charles [of Hucknall]
MITCHELL, Charles [of Hucknall]
Lance-Corporal, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SMITH, James William [of Hucknall]
SMITH, James William [of Hucknall]
Stretcher Bearer, Grenadier Guards
Page link: SMITH, A [of Hucknall]
SMITH, A [of Hucknall]
Private, Coldstream Guards
Page link: DRAPER, G.C. [of Hucknall]
DRAPER, G.C. [of Hucknall]
Private, 2nd Grenadiers
Page link: MORRISON, W [of Hucknall]
MORRISON, W [of Hucknall]
Lance-Corporal
Page link: MALTBY, A.J. [of Hucknall]
MALTBY, A.J. [of Hucknall]
Driver, Army Service Corps
Page link: WELLBOURN, J.W. [of Hucknall]
WELLBOURN, J.W. [of Hucknall]
Private, 2nd Btn., Grenadier Guards
Page link: GREEN, Frank [of Hucknall]
GREEN, Frank [of Hucknall]
Driver, Army Service Corps
Page link: The Magnus Grammar School
The Magnus Grammar School
in the First World War
Page link: Introduction
Introduction
Newark Schools in the First World War
Page link: HERAPATH, William James [of Cotgrave]
HERAPATH, William James [of Cotgrave]
L/Cpl 3253 1/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: HERAPATH, Frederick Walter [of Cotgrave]
HERAPATH, Frederick Walter [of Cotgrave]
Private 1898, 1st/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: BURTON, J [of Hucknall]
BURTON, J [of Hucknall]
Private, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Page link: GOSPEL, Edwin  [of Hucknall]
GOSPEL, Edwin [of Hucknall]
Driver, Royal Field Artillery
Page link: DEAKIN, Harry [of Hucknall]
DEAKIN, Harry [of Hucknall]
Pte., 2nd Bn. Grenadier Guards
Page link: HAYWOOD, Joseph [of Hucknall]
HAYWOOD, Joseph [of Hucknall]
Cpl 12823, 1st Bn. Leicestershire regiment
Page link: Newark's Great March
Newark's Great March
Re-creating the March of the Sherwood Foresters off to war in 1914
Page link: FLOWER, Tom [of Radcliffe-on-Trent]
FLOWER, Tom [of Radcliffe-on-Trent]
L/Cpl 11787, Sherwood Foresters (9th Service Btn.)
Page link: When 'Nellie' Came to Clumber
When 'Nellie' Came to Clumber
Winston Churchill's innovative war machine tested in Notts
Page link: BIRD, Samuel [of Hucknall]
BIRD, Samuel [of Hucknall]
Pte, 1st Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment
Page link: ADLARD, Arthur [of Hucknall & Annesley]
ADLARD, Arthur [of Hucknall & Annesley]
Private, Lincoln Regiment
Page link: The River Trent
The River Trent
A brief history of its navigation and uses
Page link: ARCHARD, Charles Josiah
ARCHARD, Charles Josiah
Author and Editor of 'The Newark Herald' newspaper
Page link: PIKE, E [of Hucknall]
PIKE, E [of Hucknall]
Gunner, Royal Field Artillery
Page link: Newark Town Waits
Newark Town Waits
Extracted from the Records of the Borough of Newark-on-Trent
Page link: The Willow Holts of Farndon
The Willow Holts of Farndon
A time When Willow Holts Lined the River Trent
Page link: Celebrate Nottinghamshire's Sports Heritage
Celebrate Nottinghamshire's Sports Heritage
27th September - 5th October 2014
Page link: Sinking of the Lusitania - A Notts Survivor
Sinking of the Lusitania - A Notts Survivor
Queenie Benjamin's first-hand account
Page link: CLASP Buildings of Nottinghamshire
CLASP Buildings of Nottinghamshire
A building system developed in Notts
Page link: 'The Lions of Notts'
'The Lions of Notts'
Marshal Foch's tribute to the Sherwood Foresters
Page link: HALES, Revd. John Percy DSO, OBE, TD, MA [of Southwell]
HALES, Revd. John Percy DSO, OBE, TD, MA [of Southwell]
Chaplain 1/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: BROWN, Charles Henry [of Southwell]
BROWN, Charles Henry [of Southwell]
1017 South Notts Hussars & 259115 Agricultural Labour Corps Service
Page link: ALLEN, William Henry [of Edingley & Newark]
ALLEN, William Henry [of Edingley & Newark]
13357, 9th Service Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: CAFFERATA, Clement Chamberlain [of Newark]
CAFFERATA, Clement Chamberlain [of Newark]
Duke of Connaught's Own 158th Bn (Canadian Army) & Canadian Forestry Corps
Page link: CAFFERATA, Herbert Percy [1889-1917]
CAFFERATA, Herbert Percy [1889-1917]
202793, Rifleman, 1/5th King's Liverpool Regiment
Page link: Yarn Bombing in Sherwood, June 2014
Yarn Bombing in Sherwood, June 2014
Knitting takes to the streets
Page link: ANDERSON, Thomas [of Worksop]
ANDERSON, Thomas [of Worksop]
Sgt., 1880, 1st/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: ANDERSON, Henry Hurst [of Worksop]
ANDERSON, Henry Hurst [of Worksop]
Pte, 2399, 1st/5th Bn. York & Lancaster Regiment
Page link: DARWIN, George [of Clayworth]
DARWIN, George [of Clayworth]
Pte, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: BELL. William Smith [of Ordsall]
BELL. William Smith [of Ordsall]
Pte, 305322, 1st/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: The Great War:  Coddington Remembers
The Great War: Coddington Remembers
Download the book for free
Page link: A 'Briton' Motor Car in Newark
A 'Briton' Motor Car in Newark
Outside T. Richmond's hardware shop, Boar Lane, Newark
Page link: The Cavalier (formerly the Angel) Inn
The Cavalier (formerly the Angel) Inn
Middlegate, Newark-on-Trent
Page link: SQUIRES, Harry [of Newark]
SQUIRES, Harry [of Newark]
Pioneer 358209 Royal Engineers
Page link: First World War Peace Day, Hucknall 1919
First World War Peace Day, Hucknall 1919
New commemorative painting unveiled
Page link: SUTER, Frederick John [of Balderton]
SUTER, Frederick John [of Balderton]
Pte 411554 Huntingdonshire Cycle Battalion / 183535 Royal Flying Corps
Page link: Can You Help identify this photo?
Can You Help identify this photo?
A Bowls team of the 1930s (?)
Page link: Nottingham City Transport
Nottingham City Transport
Service 100 (Pathfinder)
Page link: William Gladstone
William Gladstone
The 'Grand Old Man' of British politics
Page link: Becher's Crocus
Becher's Crocus
Crocus nudiflorus identified by Southwell man
Page link: Ruddington
Ruddington
Can you help identify this town/village?
Page link: Women Maltsters in the First World War
Women Maltsters in the First World War
Women take over jobs vacated by men who went into the forces
Page link: Women Munitions Workers in WW1
Women Munitions Workers in WW1
Can you help identify a cap badge, please
Page link: Art Clubs paint tribute to First World War fallen
Art Clubs paint tribute to First World War fallen
Muskham Art Group and Newark Art Club join forces to honour those who gave their lives
Page link: Hoveringham war memorial
Hoveringham war memorial
At the parish church of St.Michael & All Angels
Page link: GUMSLEY [of Newark}
GUMSLEY [of Newark}
A Patriotic family
Page link: BREWILL, Arthur W. [of Edwalton] DSO, TD, FRIBA
BREWILL, Arthur W. [of Edwalton] DSO, TD, FRIBA
Lieut-Col. 7th (Robin Hood) Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Warwicks & Richardsons
Warwicks & Richardsons
Advertisements
Page link: Ice Carnival at Kinoulton
Ice Carnival at Kinoulton
15th February 1917
Page link: Welcome Home to the 1914-18 forces
Welcome Home to the 1914-18 forces
Willoughby-on-the Wolds
Page link: Alabaster at Shelford
Alabaster at Shelford
The Stanhope tomb
Page link: Zeppelin Attack!
Zeppelin Attack!
How to prepare yourself
Page link: A Family of Sergeants
A Family of Sergeants
The Wilson family of Newark
Page link: WILKINS [of Southwell]
WILKINS [of Southwell]
Pte., 2nd Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SOAR, Albert Victor [of Lowdham]
SOAR, Albert Victor [of Lowdham]
Pte, B.Coy. 1st/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: COY, E.C. [of Carlton]
COY, E.C. [of Carlton]
Sgt., 4 Coy 15Bn, 48th Canadian Highlanders
Page link: A Bullet through his Cap...
A Bullet through his Cap...
A Soldier from Bathley near Newark writes home from the Front
Page link: HERROD, C [of Bathley]
HERROD, C [of Bathley]
Pte, 1st 5th Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Page link: The Road Band -
The Road Band - "High Mileage"
Recorded at Rainbow Sound Studio, Nottingham
Page link: The Crocuses of Nottingham
The Crocuses of Nottingham
The Revd. J.T. Becher of Southwell identifies a new species
Page link: RIDLEY, Hector [of Newark]
RIDLEY, Hector [of Newark]
Lieut. 2nd. Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: CHAMBERS, John  [of Sutton-on-Trent]
CHAMBERS, John [of Sutton-on-Trent]
Pte., 1st York & Lancaster Regt.
Page link: BERRY, Thomas Letts  [of Collingham]
BERRY, Thomas Letts [of Collingham]
Cpl., 3rd Sherwood Foresters
Page link: COPLEY, William R.  [of Newark]
COPLEY, William R. [of Newark]
Pte., 1st/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: HANDLEY, Robert [of Claypole]
HANDLEY, Robert [of Claypole]
Pte., 2nd Lincolnshire Regiment
Page link: Alabaster at Hoveringham
Alabaster at Hoveringham
The tomb of Sir Robert Goushill
Page link: ROCKLEY, W.L. [of Radcliffe-on-Trent]
ROCKLEY, W.L. [of Radcliffe-on-Trent]
Awarded M.C., Lieut., 10th York & Lancaster Regiment
Page link: SENTENCE [of Cotham]
SENTENCE [of Cotham]
Cpl., 2nd Bn Sherwood Foresters
Page link: WALSTER, R.T. [of Newark]
WALSTER, R.T. [of Newark]
Cpl., 2nd Royal Scottish Fusiliers
Page link: PORTER,  ?  [of Newark]
PORTER, ? [of Newark]
Trooper, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Collingham War Memorial
Collingham War Memorial
In All Saints Church, Low Street, North Collingham
Page link: SIBCY, Levi [of Newark]
SIBCY, Levi [of Newark]
Pte 2850, 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: FLOWER, John Edward [of Newark]
FLOWER, John Edward [of Newark]
Warrant Officer, Royal Marine Gunner, H.M.S. Indomitable
Page link: DIXON, Henry [of Mansfield]
DIXON, Henry [of Mansfield]
Pte. 123300, 1st Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derbys)
Page link: KNEE, Reginald [of Newark]
KNEE, Reginald [of Newark]
Pte 4018, 1st/8th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: MOORE, Walter Gilbert [of Farndon]
MOORE, Walter Gilbert [of Farndon]
Cpl. 1st/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Part 5
Part 5
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: ARNOT, W.S. [of Newark]
ARNOT, W.S. [of Newark]
Staff Sgt., Royal Engineers
Page link: PRATT, A [of Newark]
PRATT, A [of Newark]
Cpl. 30374, Royal Engineers
Page link: TURNER, George William [of Newark]
TURNER, George William [of Newark]
L/Cpl 305761, 10th Bn Sherwood Foresters
Page link: QUIBELL, Samuel Boyd [of Newark]
QUIBELL, Samuel Boyd [of Newark]
Major, 4th Bn East Yorkshire Yeomanry
Page link: Walster family gravestone re-discovered.
Walster family gravestone re-discovered.
Intriguing story behind gravestone in Farndon
Page link: Part 4
Part 4
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: HUSKINSON, Patrick [of Farndon]
HUSKINSON, Patrick [of Farndon]
Royal Flying Corps, No.2 Squadron
Page link: JARMAN, Ernest William [of Newark]
JARMAN, Ernest William [of Newark]
Private 42887, 1st Bn. Cambridgeshire Rgt.
Page link: GRAVENEY, Albert Edward John [of Newark]
GRAVENEY, Albert Edward John [of Newark]
Sgt, 305824, 2nd/8th Bn Sherwood Foresters
Page link: JOHNSON, Mounta [of Newark]
JOHNSON, Mounta [of Newark]
Private 3414, 1st/8th Sherwoof Foresters
Page link: KELHAM, Ernest H [of Newark]
KELHAM, Ernest H [of Newark]
RMA 13448 Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery
Page link: BRITTEN, Charles Matthew [of Farndon]
BRITTEN, Charles Matthew [of Farndon]
53307 Corporal, 9th Machine Gun Corps
Page link: SWANN, Thomas Humphrey [of Farndon]
SWANN, Thomas Humphrey [of Farndon]
L/Cpl, 8th Btn. Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Royal Visit to Nottinghamshire 1977
Royal Visit to Nottinghamshire 1977
An audio record of the event
Page link: Part 3
Part 3
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: HALL, Tom [of Newark]
HALL, Tom [of Newark]
1st Sherwood Foresters
Page link: VANN, Arthur [of Gonalston]
VANN, Arthur [of Gonalston]
Pte., 6th Btn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Page link: SHEPPARD, Wilfrid [of Gonalston]
SHEPPARD, Wilfrid [of Gonalston]
Pte., 7th Sherwood Foresters
Page link: LINDSEY, Horace [of Gonalston]
LINDSEY, Horace [of Gonalston]
Pte., Army Service Corps
Page link: PEARSON, Oliver [of Gonalston]
PEARSON, Oliver [of Gonalston]
2nd Lieut., 70th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps.
Page link: FRANKLIN, Philip M.V.O. [of Gonalston]
FRANKLIN, Philip M.V.O. [of Gonalston]
Captain RN 'HMS Good Hope'
Page link: Unknown Nottinghamshire Farm
Unknown Nottinghamshire Farm
Can you recognise the farm buildings?
Page link: HODSON, Cyril [of Warsop]
HODSON, Cyril [of Warsop]
Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 8th Btn.
Page link: Best Notts Shop Names
Best Notts Shop Names
Amusing, Saucy, Clever, Whatever
Page link: WHIPPLE, Dorothy
WHIPPLE, Dorothy
Author of Nottingham and Newstead
Page link: Southwell War Memorial
Southwell War Memorial
The Burgage: Unveiled 1921
Page link: A Milestone at Southwell
A Milestone at Southwell
Ancient landmark to be preserved
Page link: The White House
The White House
Millgate, Newark
Page link: Ransome & Marles [of Newark]
Ransome & Marles [of Newark]
Preserved R&M bearing housing spotted in Yorkshire
Page link: The Wellington Iron Foundry, Newark
The Wellington Iron Foundry, Newark
The Midworth family, Art castings & the beginnings of Bradley's Foundry
Page link: Bradley's Iron Foundry, Newark
Bradley's Iron Foundry, Newark
T & W Bradley at the Wellington Foundry, Northgate, Newark
Page link: THOMPSON & Pearson
THOMPSON & Pearson
Drapers, Church Street, Mansfield
Page link: THOMPSON & Pearson
THOMPSON & Pearson
Drapers, Church Street, Mansfield
Page link: BENTON, Thomas
BENTON, Thomas
Boot & Shoe merchant, Mansfield
Page link: RANDALL, Henry
RANDALL, Henry
Trowserings & Waistcoats; Leeming Street, Mansfield
Page link: JONES, Mills
JONES, Mills
Milliner of Westgate Mansfield
Page link: CHAMBERS, Isaac
CHAMBERS, Isaac
Tobacco & Snuff, Mansfield
Page link: BIRKS, John
BIRKS, John
Boot & Shoe maker of Mansfield
Page link: Hole & Hollingworth (late Bunting)
Hole & Hollingworth (late Bunting)
Chemists of Market Place, Mansfield
Page link: OLDHAM, John
OLDHAM, John
Chemist of Market Place, Mansfield
Page link: ALDRIDGE, John & James
ALDRIDGE, John & James
Ironmongers, Market Place, Mansfield
Page link: REVEL, Charles [of Mansfield]
REVEL, Charles [of Mansfield]
Corn & Flour merchant of Stockwell Gate
Page link: KITCHEN, Fred
KITCHEN, Fred
Author of Edwinstowe & Worksop
Page link: WRIGHT, Russell [of Bingham]
WRIGHT, Russell [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: WRIGHT, Frederick [of Bingham]
WRIGHT, Frederick [of Bingham]
Private, Royal Warwickshire Regt.
Page link: WILFORD, George [of Bingham]
WILFORD, George [of Bingham]
Gunner, Royal Fleet Auxilliary
Page link: WIDNALL, William [of Bingham]
WIDNALL, William [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: THORNTON, George [of Bingham]
THORNTON, George [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: STARBUCK, Frank [of Bingham]
STARBUCK, Frank [of Bingham]
Private, North Lancashire Regt.
Page link: SQUIRES, George [of Bingham]
SQUIRES, George [of Bingham]
Private, Royal Scots Fusiliers
Page link: PENSON, Charles [of Bingham]
PENSON, Charles [of Bingham]
Sapper, Royal Engineers
Page link: MARRIOTT, George [of Bingham]
MARRIOTT, George [of Bingham]
Trooper, 2nd Life Guards
Page link: KIRK, Walter [of Bingham]
KIRK, Walter [of Bingham]
Private, 78th Canadian Infantry
Page link: KETTLEBRAND, George [of Bingham]
KETTLEBRAND, George [of Bingham]
Private, Cheshire Regiment
Page link: JOHNSON, Ernest [of Bingham]
JOHNSON, Ernest [of Bingham]
Lance Sargeant, Machine Gun Corps
Page link: JARDINE, Richard [of Bingham]
JARDINE, Richard [of Bingham]
Second Lieutenant, Loyal North Lancs Regt.
Page link: HIND, Percy [of Bingham)
HIND, Percy [of Bingham)
A/B, H.M.S. Inflexible
Page link: HILL, Amos [of Bingham]
HILL, Amos [of Bingham]
Private, North Staffs Regt.
Page link: HICKMAN, Leonard [of Bingham]
HICKMAN, Leonard [of Bingham]
Rifleman, King's Royal Rifle Corps
Page link: HENSHAW, Thomas [of Bingham]
HENSHAW, Thomas [of Bingham]
Lance Corporal, Grenadier Guards
Page link: HENSHAW, Robert [of Bingham]
HENSHAW, Robert [of Bingham]
Corporal, South Notts Hussars
Page link: HARRIS, Frank [of Bingham]
HARRIS, Frank [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: HACKETT, Charles [of Bingham]
HACKETT, Charles [of Bingham]
Private, 50th Canadian Infantry
Page link: GREEN, Frank [of Bingham]
GREEN, Frank [of Bingham]
Private, Yorkshire Regiment
Page link: FEWSTER, Sidney [of Bingham]
FEWSTER, Sidney [of Bingham]
Corporal, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: DUNSMORE, Joseph [of Bingham]
DUNSMORE, Joseph [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: DERRY, John [of Bingham]
DERRY, John [of Bingham]
Private, 78th Canadian Infantry
Page link: CUDDY, Sidney [of Bingham]
CUDDY, Sidney [of Bingham]
Private, Northumberland Fusiliers
Page link: COWDELL, Herbert [of Bingham]
COWDELL, Herbert [of Bingham]
Private, South Staffords
Page link: CABOURN, Eric [of Bingham]
CABOURN, Eric [of Bingham]
Private, Northumberland Fusiliers
Page link: BURROWS, Frank [of Bingham]
BURROWS, Frank [of Bingham]
Private, Notts & Derbys Regt.
Page link: BROWN, Arthur [of Bingham]
BROWN, Arthur [of Bingham]
Private, Lancashire Fusiliers
Page link: BARRATT, William [of Bingham]
BARRATT, William [of Bingham]
Sgt. Notts & Derbys Rgt.
Page link: SINGLETON, William [of Bingham]
SINGLETON, William [of Bingham]
Notts & Derbys Rgt.
Page link: SMITH, G [of Newark]
SMITH, G [of Newark]
Private, 8th South Staffords
Page link: HELLIWELL, Thomas Herbert [of Newark]
HELLIWELL, Thomas Herbert [of Newark]
Trooper 2922, 1st Life Guards
Page link: GRANT, A. A. [of Newark]
GRANT, A. A. [of Newark]
Lance-Corporal
Page link: PRIESTLEY, A [of Newark]
PRIESTLEY, A [of Newark]
Lance-Corporal, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: INWARDS, - [of Newark]
INWARDS, - [of Newark]
Sergt., 1st Lincs
Page link: GODFREY, William [of Newark]
GODFREY, William [of Newark]
Private 1/8 Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Part 2 - Newark & the Great War
Part 2 - Newark & the Great War
Abridged from 'The Newark Advertiser' 28th July, 1919
Page link: Part 1 - Newark & the Great War
Part 1 - Newark & the Great War
Abridged from 'The Newark Advertiser' 28th July, 1919
Page link: HUNT, Elizabeth [of Collingham]
HUNT, Elizabeth [of Collingham]
A nurse on the Roll of Honour
Page link: The Stocks at Mansfield Woodhouse
The Stocks at Mansfield Woodhouse
Cruel Usage of a pioneer of Quakerism
Page link: Mansfield Motor Body Co.
Mansfield Motor Body Co.
Coachwork made for early motor cars in Notts
Page link: The Service Engineering Company of Bradmore
The Service Engineering Company of Bradmore
Makers of a prototype steam car, 1949
Page link: King's Own Motorcycle
King's Own Motorcycle
A Notts Motorcycle produced in 1910
Page link: Food Rationing in the First World War
Food Rationing in the First World War
The position at Radcliffe-on-Trent, 1918
Page link: S.D. Parr & Son
S.D. Parr & Son
Butchers of Radcliffe-on-Trent
Page link: DARBY, The Rt.Revd. Richard (1919 - 1993)
DARBY, The Rt.Revd. Richard (1919 - 1993)
Bishop of Sherwood & classic car enthusiast
Page link: The Newark Tank
The Newark Tank
The final journey of a war-weary First World War veteran
Page link: A Humber Miscellany
A Humber Miscellany
Items relating to the history of the Beeston made cars
Page link: Beeston Humber
Beeston Humber
How the motor car manufacturer contributed to the growth of the town
Page link: Cars Made in Notts
Cars Made in Notts
Some early records of ownership in 1903
Page link: The Nottingham & District Automobile Club (NAC)
The Nottingham & District Automobile Club (NAC)
Formed in 1900 by early Notts motoring enthusiasts
Page link: Death at the Altar - Southwell Minster, 1807
Death at the Altar - Southwell Minster, 1807
The untimely demise of Robert Barlow Cook
Page link: More Toads
More Toads
2014: The Midwife toad is alive and well in Notts
Page link: Mansfield on the Brink
Mansfield on the Brink
A snapshot of the town on the eve of the First World War
Page link: Collieries of Bassetlaw
Collieries of Bassetlaw
Interesting pavement art in Worksop
Page link: DODSLEY, Robert [1703 -1764]
DODSLEY, Robert [1703 -1764]
Author of Mansfield
Page link: A Pioneer Trapper
A Pioneer Trapper
George 'Labrador' Cartwright of Marnham
Page link: Limits on Speed
Limits on Speed
Notice of Introduction of the 30mph speed limit in 1935
Page link: LAURIE, Lieut-Col. [of Carlton-on-Trent]
LAURIE, Lieut-Col. [of Carlton-on-Trent]
1st Btn Royal Irish Rifles (commanding)
Page link: Bestwood - an Introduction
Bestwood - an Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Traffic Lights
Traffic Lights
Invented by a Nottinghamshire man(?)
Page link: Besthorpe - An Introduction
Besthorpe - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Clipstone Lodge or Archway House
Clipstone Lodge or Archway House
....or 'The Duke's Archway'
Page link: Beeston - an Introduction
Beeston - an Introduction
Some descriptions of the town from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Henry Ireton of Attenborough
Henry Ireton of Attenborough
Civil War general and son-in-law to Oliver Cromwell
Page link: JESSOP, William [1745 - 1814]
JESSOP, William [1745 - 1814]
Pioneer civil engineer.
Page link: Made in Nottinghamshire
Made in Nottinghamshire
The story of car manufacture in Nottinghamshire
Page link: Mansfield - An Introduction
Mansfield - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the town from early histories and guide books
Page link: Beeston Railway Station
Beeston Railway Station
Historical Notes
Page link: Barton-in-Fabis - An Introduction
Barton-in-Fabis - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Roman Pavement at Barton-in-Fabis
Roman Pavement at Barton-in-Fabis
A lost piece of Roman Nottinghamshire
Page link: Barnstone - An Introduction
Barnstone - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: BENTON, Thomas [of Mansfield]
BENTON, Thomas [of Mansfield]
Boot & Shoe salesman
Page link: PAULSON, E [of Mansfield]
PAULSON, E [of Mansfield]
Chemist & druggist
Page link: ALLEN & Co. [of Mansfield]
ALLEN & Co. [of Mansfield]
Tallow Chandlers
Page link: ANN PAULSON of Mansfield
ANN PAULSON of Mansfield
Mid-19th Century Artist
Page link: CHAPMAN [of Mansfield]
CHAPMAN [of Mansfield]
Hairdresser, wigs etc
Page link: HAWKES, J.C. [of Mansfield]
HAWKES, J.C. [of Mansfield]
Tea & Coffee wholesaler
Page link: RYCROFT, John [of Mansfield]
RYCROFT, John [of Mansfield]
Plumber, Glazier & Gas Fitter
Page link: REVEL, Charles [of Mansfield]
REVEL, Charles [of Mansfield]
Corn, flour & cheese wholesaler
Page link: WATSON, William [of Mansfield]
WATSON, William [of Mansfield]
Auctioneer (and Hat warehouse)
Page link: Budby - An Introduction
Budby - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Clipstone - An Introduction
Clipstone - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Circular Saw invented in Notts
Circular Saw invented in Notts
By Joseph Murray of Mansfield
Page link: Titanic Hero gets recognition in Notts
Titanic Hero gets recognition in Notts
Lowdham unveils its plaque to Harold Cottam
Page link: The Old School at Wilford
The Old School at Wilford
Long hours for 9-year olds in the 18th century
Page link: Wilford - An Introduction
Wilford - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Barnby Moor - An Introduction
Barnby Moor - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Barnby-in-the-Willows - An Introduction
Barnby-in-the-Willows - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: TALLENTS,  Major Hugh (of Newark)
TALLENTS, Major Hugh (of Newark)
Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry
Page link: Balderton - An Introduction
Balderton - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Babworth - An Introduction
Babworth - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Awsworth - An Introduction
Awsworth - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Averham - An Introduction
Averham - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Attenborough - An Introduction
Attenborough - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Aslockton - An Introduction
Aslockton - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Arnold - An Introduction
Arnold - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the town from early county histories and guide books
Page link:
"Power in Trust" by Norman Sillman
Historic Sculpture preserved at Staythorpe Power Station
Page link: Annesley - An Introduction
Annesley - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the town from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Alverton - An Introduction
Alverton - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Adbolton - An Introduction
Adbolton - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books
Page link: Newbold
Newbold
Lost Village
Page link: Kinoulton - An Introduction
Kinoulton - An Introduction
Some descriptions of the village from early histories of the county
Page link: MORLEY, John [of Bingham]
MORLEY, John [of Bingham]
Army Service Corps
Page link: GRAY, Horace William [of Bingham]
GRAY, Horace William [of Bingham]
8th Btn Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Part 2
Part 2
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: Part 1
Part 1
Farndon in the Great War
Page link: BROWN, Henry (Sgt)
BROWN, Henry (Sgt)
Retford's Rifle range at Bolham Butts
Page link: Street Names of Retford
Street Names of Retford
The stories behind some of Retford's streets
Page link: MUNNS, Stuart (Revd., OBE) [of Langar]
MUNNS, Stuart (Revd., OBE) [of Langar]
Rural Dean of Uttoxeter
Page link: Humber cars - Motoring from London to Brighton
Humber cars - Motoring from London to Brighton
We follow the 100+ year old Veteran Cars made by a Notts manufacturer as they take part in the 2013 VCC run.
Page link: Huthwaite Library Centenary Celebration
Huthwaite Library Centenary Celebration
100 years of library services in Huthwaite
Page link: The Seven Sisters Oak
The Seven Sisters Oak
Picture Gallery
Page link: The Greendale Oak
The Greendale Oak
Picture Gallery
Page link: Ransome & Marles orchestra
Ransome & Marles orchestra
Can you help with this Newark-based query?
Page link: The New White Hart pub - Newark
The New White Hart pub - Newark
Surviving wall advertisements for Warwicks & Richardsons Brewery
Page link: The Telephone Exchange - Newark
The Telephone Exchange - Newark
Town experiences dawn of the first information age
Page link: CHALLEN, James [of Newark] 1851 - 1921
CHALLEN, James [of Newark] 1851 - 1921
Former Chief Constable of the Newark Borough Police
Page link: Rufford Abbey
Rufford Abbey
How a Notts jewel was saved from Destruction
Page link: The Bishop's Superior
The Bishop's Superior
This Brough Superior SS80 motorcycle was owned by the Bishop of Sherwood
Page link: Lowdham Station
Lowdham Station
Gallery
Page link: The Simon Foster Oak
The Simon Foster Oak
Picture Gallery
Page link: The Major Oak
The Major Oak
Picture Gallery
Page link: Introduction: The Great Oaks of Sherwood Forest
Introduction: The Great Oaks of Sherwood Forest
Romantic Associations with Robin Hood.... and more
Page link: Colwick Cheese
Colwick Cheese
Is alive and well.... and on sale in Beeston
Page link: The Parliament Oak
The Parliament Oak
Picture Gallery
Page link: The Duke's Walking Stick
The Duke's Walking Stick
Picture Gallery
Page link: The Old General
The Old General
From "Notes About Notts"
Page link: Skating on a frozen River Trent??
Skating on a frozen River Trent??
Can you help identify the location of this picture?
Page link: Men's Fashion - 1960s
Men's Fashion - 1960s
Dedicated followers....
Page link: Cottages were once malt houses
Cottages were once malt houses
Main Street, Aslockton
Page link: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
Henry VIII's archbishop was a native of Aslockton
Page link: Men's Fashion - 1870-1901
Men's Fashion - 1870-1901
Late Victorian
Page link: Men's Fashion  -  1930s
Men's Fashion - 1930s
The Inter-War years
Page link: Edmund Cartwright & the Invention of the Power Loom
Edmund Cartwright & the Invention of the Power Loom
From the little village of Marnham in Nottinghamshire came the inventor of a machine that would revolutionise the cotton spinning industry across the globe
Page link: Something for all Eddie Stobart fans
Something for all Eddie Stobart fans
HGV tilting cab was invented in Nottinghamshire
Page link: Women's Fashion - 1920s
Women's Fashion - 1920s
The Roaring Twenties
Page link: Women's Fashion - 1930s
Women's Fashion - 1930s
The Inter-War years
Page link: Women's Fashion - 1902 - 1914
Women's Fashion - 1902 - 1914
The 'Edwardian' era & the First World War
Page link: Morley's Coaches [of Edwinstowe]
Morley's Coaches [of Edwinstowe]
Are You in the Picture?
Page link: Gash's buses [of Elston and Newark]
Gash's buses [of Elston and Newark]
"Go Gash" - the company slogan in the 70s and 80s
Page link: Elston Hall
Elston Hall
Birthplace of Dr. Erasmus Darwin
Page link: Ann Darwin Cottages
Ann Darwin Cottages
Top Street, Elston
Page link: Plague at Eakring?
Plague at Eakring?
After surviving plague at Eyam in Derbyshire, the Rev. William Mompesson settled at Eakring in Nottinghamshire
Page link: Fives at the Magnus
Fives at the Magnus
The game of Fives at the Magnus Grammar School, Newark
Page link: Crocus time in the Meadows - a lament
Crocus time in the Meadows - a lament
As described by J.B. Firth in "The Highways & Byeways of Nottinghamshire" (1915)
Page link: Newark's Post Office Savings Bank
Newark's Post Office Savings Bank
Thomas Wilkins - the very first depositor, 1861
Page link: The Black Giant of Elston
The Black Giant of Elston
Elston Windmill
Page link: Bourne Plastics of Netherfield & Langar
Bourne Plastics of Netherfield & Langar
Original manufacturers of bodies for the famous Lotus Elan sports cars
Page link: OMAN family of Newark-on-Trent
OMAN family of Newark-on-Trent
Photographers and Gilders etc
Page link: Tunnels Under Newark
Tunnels Under Newark
Do they really exist?
Page link: Policing in Newark
Policing in Newark
Some brief notes
Page link: Time Gentlemen Please
Time Gentlemen Please
Village public houses in South Nottinghamshire in days gone by
Page link: The Wise Men of Gotham
The Wise Men of Gotham
Folk tales from Notts.... or is it Sussex?
Page link: Newark in the First World War
Newark in the First World War
Commemmorating the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the conflict
Page link: Mansfield Libraries
Mansfield Libraries
a Timeline History from 1825 to the present
Page link: Riding the Stang in Southwell
Riding the Stang in Southwell
An Old English Custom with a local twist
Page link: ROBINS, W (of Worksop)
ROBINS, W (of Worksop)
Private, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: REVILLE, H (of Worksop)
REVILLE, H (of Worksop)
Private, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SANDBATCH, T. (of Worksop)
SANDBATCH, T. (of Worksop)
Private, Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Delivering Good Cheer in Newark-on-Trent
Delivering Good Cheer in Newark-on-Trent
A delivery driver for James Hole's Brewery
Page link: Count Albert de Belleroche
Count Albert de Belleroche
Internationally renowned artist's final years in wartime Southwell
Page link: The Royal Oak Pub
The Royal Oak Pub
Stodman Street, Newark
Page link: RATTLEJAG MORRIS
RATTLEJAG MORRIS
A new folk art for the North shires rooted in tradition
Page link: HARRISON, Charles Edgar (of Newark)
HARRISON, Charles Edgar (of Newark)
Sherwood Foresters 8th Btn.
Page link: Nottinghamshire's Titanic Hero
Nottinghamshire's Titanic Hero
Southwell man's pivotal role in helping the stricken liner
Page link: Ghostly Goings-on at Bingham
Ghostly Goings-on at Bingham
One of the last cases of 'Laying a Ghost' in the country
Page link: Raleigh
Raleigh
Lost Village
Page link: Can this be true??
Can this be true??
A Roman Villa at Ollerton??
Page link: Woodborough in 1885
Woodborough in 1885
A description from White's Directory and Gazetteer
Page link: 'Wooden Houses'
'Wooden Houses'
A lost piece of Newark's history
Page link: [NOTTINGHAM - ST.ANNS] Wassail  and family activity day
[NOTTINGHAM - ST.ANNS] Wassail and family activity day
Sunday 15th January 2012: 11am - 4pm (wassail at 3pm)
Page link: Stone Age Nottinghamshire
Stone Age Nottinghamshire
By David Budge and Chris Robertson
Page link: ELLIS, W.E. (of Arnold)
ELLIS, W.E. (of Arnold)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: BARBER, E. (of Arnold)
BARBER, E. (of Arnold)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: BAGGULEY, F. R. (of Daybrook)
BAGGULEY, F. R. (of Daybrook)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: A winter Walk around Annesley Parish
A winter Walk around Annesley Parish
Location of event : Annesley
Page link: Carnarvon School - Local History Resources
Carnarvon School - Local History Resources
Life for the Rich and Poor in Bingham in the Victorian era
Page link: WILSON, Harry (of Forest Town)
WILSON, Harry (of Forest Town)
Leicestershire Regiment
Page link: VANN, Bernard W.
VANN, Bernard W.
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: STOKES, W
STOKES, W
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: MOUNTENEY, W
MOUNTENEY, W
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SLATER, J.T.
SLATER, J.T.
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: WESTERMAN, A
WESTERMAN, A
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: SMITH, Frank (of Newark)
SMITH, Frank (of Newark)
Leicestershire Regiment
Page link: Christmas 1914: A First World War Find
Christmas 1914: A First World War Find
Rare surviving booklet sent to families of Nottinghamshire servicemen
Page link: FOWLER, G.H.
FOWLER, G.H.
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: HUNT, Walter (of Nottingham)
HUNT, Walter (of Nottingham)
King's Liverpool Regiment (The Pioneers)
Page link: JOHNSON, Arthur Edward (of Bingham)
JOHNSON, Arthur Edward (of Bingham)
King's Royal Rifle Corps
Page link: [RETFORD] Battle of Towton
[RETFORD] Battle of Towton
11/01/2012: 7.30p.m.
Page link: People, Places...and Baskets
People, Places...and Baskets
Saturday, October 29th: 10a.m. to 4.30p.m. (lunch break 12.30p.m. to 2p.m.)
Page link: Tap dancing at Boots
Tap dancing at Boots
12th November 2011: 2-4pm
Page link: Nottinghamshire Local History Association
Nottinghamshire Local History Association
Bringing together people interested in local history
Page link: BODILL, Joseph (of Hucknall)
BODILL, Joseph (of Hucknall)
British Expeditionary Force
Page link: Nottinghamshire Victoria County History Workshops
Nottinghamshire Victoria County History Workshops
Tuesday 4th October 2011: 10:30am to 12.30pm
Page link: GABBITAS, T (of Worksop)
GABBITAS, T (of Worksop)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: ABEY, William (of Retford)
ABEY, William (of Retford)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: By boat, by plane, by car (....and by Zeppelin?)
By boat, by plane, by car (....and by Zeppelin?)
How exotic fruit came to Nottinghamshire
Page link: BRAY, L.J. (of Retford)
BRAY, L.J. (of Retford)
Sherwood Foresters
Page link: Can you help us identify this Church?
Can you help us identify this Church?
The postcard was used locally, but is it a Nottinghamshire view?

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