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Traditional haymaking near Winsford

William I on a penny struck in Watchet, the nearest mint to Exmoor.

The history of education in Bolsover falls into several well-defined phases.

When Domesday Book was compiled in 1086 the whole of the modern parish of Bolsover formed a single manor.

When Domesday Book was compiled in 1086 the whole of the modern parish of Bolsover formed a single manor.

To most people today, 'Bolsover' means the small town in north eastern Derbyshire, about six miles east of Chesterfield.

Transcribed and introduced by Maureen M Meikle.   The customs posts were prized at Sunderland, so there was always competition when a vaca

The borough was created by charter of Hugh du Puiset, bishop of Durham in c.1180-1183, probably in the hope that it  would generate the same degree

The borough of Sunderland was in the hands of the bishop of Durham, Although its charter conferred certain privileges, effective authority remained

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