Molland church (St. Mary) is of outstanding interest.
The Bosons were one of Newlyn's leading gentry families.
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The coal trade was at the centre of Sunderland's 17th-c. prosperity, and continued to thrive through the 18th century.
The most prominent secular tenants within the Sunderland area were the Hiltons, who held the castle and lordship of Hylton (See the Hilton Family
Few local court records survive for Sunderland in the medieval and early modern periods.
Although No. 3 High Street, with its 18th century brick front like others in the row, probably contains timber framing, it is well hidden.
Number 2 High Street, Ledbury, has been a baker's shop for at least 130 years.
When the Bishop of Hereford established a borough in his rural manor of Ledbury in the early twelfth century a new market place was laid out in wha
As part of the research into the history of Ledbury, building historian Duncan James produced a report on the timber-framed buildings of Ledbury: ‘