3 edition of Sherwood Forest in 1609 found in the catalog.
Sherwood Forest in 1609
by Produced for the Thoroton Society by Technical Print Services in Nottingham
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard Bankes ; transcribed and edited by Stephanos Mastoris & Sue Groves.|
|Series||Thoroton Society record series ;, v. 40, Record series (Thoroton Society) ;, v. 40.|
|Contributions||Mastoris, Stephanos., Groves, Sue.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.N89 T6 vol. 40, DA670.S35 T6 vol. 40|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||98177480|
Sherwood Forest , June Certificate, signed by Otho Nicholson, that Bryan Broughton and Nicholas Stringer compounded with him in December last on behalf of the Lady Markham, for certain assart land called the Swinhouses, in the Forest of Sherwood, co. Notts, for 80 1 to be paid to the King, and for the yearly rent of 30s. 27 June, Revealing The Landscape: Community Archaeology in Viking Sherwood Forest 1 By Lynda Mallett and Stuart Reddish. Before our Parliaments, before the High Courts–there were Things.
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La Arbaro Sherwood aŭ en angla Sherwood Forest estas reĝa arbaro en Nottinghamshire, Anglio, fama pro sia historia asocio kun la legendo de Robin Hood.. La areo estis arbaro ekde la tempoj de la Glaciepoko (kiel estis atestita de polenekzamenoj).Nuntempe, la Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve enhavas hektarojn, aŭ 1, akreojn ( km²), ĉirkaŭ la vilaĝo Edwinstowe, ĉe la. Mastoris S, Groves S (eds) () Sherwood forest in a Crown survey by Richard Bankes. Thoroton Soc Rec Ser. 90, and Introduction, xix Google Scholar Morrison S () The creation of Clumber Park, – the last royal park of Sherwood : Sara E. Morrison.
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The edition of the Survey of Sherwood Forest in is the culmination of fifteen years' work by the two editors, Steph Mastoris and Sue Groves.
The original written royal survey (in the Public Record Office, London) lists nearly 2, individual plots of land in 46 Nottinghamshire parishes ranging from Nottingham in the south to Mansfield and.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Issued in case with 20 folded leaves of plates. Description: xlii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. Buy Sherwood Forest in A Crown survey (Thoroton Society record series) by Bankes, Richard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(1). Woodborough in Landowners and tenants in Woodborough recorded by Richard Banks in his Crown Survey Sherwood Forest and survey map, of which the Woodborough Parish makes up just one small piece.
The following is given with acknowledgement and thanks to The Thoroton Society Record SeriesSherwood Forest in Map of Sherwood Forest Sources. Boulton, H. (ed). 'Sherwood Forest Book', Thoroton Society Record Series Volume XXIII ().
David Crook, The struggle over forest boundaries in Nottinghamshire,Transactions of the Thoroton Society, Stephanos Mastoris and Sue Groves (eds.) Sherwood Forest in A Crown survey by Richard Bankes, Thoroton Society Record Series, vol. XL, 3.
There are two maps of Sherwood forest which pre-date Richard Bankes work of The first (in the archives of the Duke of Rutland, at Belvoir Castle) was created in the late fourteenth or early fifteenth centuries, possibly about when Ralph Cromwell was appointed Warden of the Forest and Constable of Nottingham Castle.
Sherwood Forest occupied about one hundred thousand acres of central Nottinghamshire inand for at least the four centuries previous. Shaped like a lop-sided hourglass, it was over twenty miles long and eight miles wide. Trees of Sherwood Forest.
Sherwood Forest, also known as Bilhagh and Birklands is a remnant of an older Royal hunting forest today is a mixture of woodland, low shrub, pasture and heath. At the time of the, toSherwood was known as being so thickly overgrown with trees, and branches intermingled with each other, that it was difficult to follow paths.
The famous Major Oak in October Sherwood Forest is home to the famous Major Oak, which, according to local folklore, was Robin Hood's principal oak tree is between and 1, years old and, since the Victorian era, its massive limbs have been partially supported by an elaborate system of Februarya local company took cuttings from the Major Oak and.
The pleasant and glorious condition of this noble forest-Mapping Sherwood Forest before Merton Priory Press. Mastoris, S. A newly –discovered perambulation map of Sherwood Forest in the eaarly seventeenth century.
Transactions of the Thoroton Society Vol. Sherwood Forest; Birch trees in Sherwood Forest. Map; Location: Nottinghamshire, England: Coordinates: 53°12′″N 1°4′″W /. Sherwood Forest in a Crown survey  Bankes, Richard, active Nottingham: Produced for the Thoroton Society by Technical Print Services, Sherwood Forest is the home of the outlaws in about half of the early tales and most later sources.
The first source to put Robin Hood in Sherwood is - Anonymous - Lincoln Cathedral MS (c. ) (see Allusions below). The place-name is first recorded in A.D. (as "scirwuda"). Sherwood Forest is a royal forest in Nottinghamshire, famous by its historic association with the legend of Robin area has been wooded since the end of the Last GlacialSherwood Forest National Nature Reserve encompasses hectares, surrounding the village of Edwinstowe, the site of Thoresby is a remnant of an older, much larger, royal hunting forest, which Location: Nottinghamshire, England.
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The Castle Park was a crown possession throughout the medieval period although the Crown Survey Map of Sherwood Forest by Richard Bankes shows that a small part of it was in the possession of Lenton (Mastoris and Groves ) (see Crown Survey and Map entry).
Thynghowe was an important Viking Era open-air assembly place or thyng, located at Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire, was lost to history until its rediscovery in by the husband and wife team Lynda Mallett and Stuart Reddish, who are local history a result of continued research, Thynghowe is now included on the English Historic England Archive.
Admin History: The first volume in this collection (MS 72/1) was apparently compiled as a precedent book for reference by local forest was suggested by Helen Boulton, in 'The Sherwood Forest Book', Thoroton Society Record Series: volume 23 (Nottingham: Thoroton Society, ), that the volume dates to 'before ', and could have been compiled by or for William Cartwright.
The central figure in the folk-lore Robin Hood is an outlaw and excellent archer known for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor.
Robin and his group of outlaws known as the Merry Men lived in and operated out of Sherwood Forest. In the early ballad A Gest of Robyn Hode Robin is said to have gained a pardon from King Edward. Later Robin Hood's story was transported to a different First Appearance: 13 Century English Folklore.
He recorded that in a survey of trees remaining showed there w in the areas called Bilaugh and Birklands. To indicate how heavily. Sherwood Forest and the Survey and Map by Richard Bankes: Sherwood was a royal forest dating from the twelfth century, surviving well into the eighteenth century as an important landscape feature and until the early nineteenth century as a legal entity.
Occupying someacres of central Nottinghamshire it was one of the most.Full text of "Sisson's "Beauties of Sherwood Forest."A guide to the "Dukeries" and Worksop: with map and copious illustrations" See other formats.Sherwood Forest is a royal forest in Nottinghamshire, famous by its historical association with the legend of Robin Hood.
A forest since the end of the Ice Age (as attested by pollen sampling cores), Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve today encompasses 1, acres, surrounding the village of Edwinstowe, the site of Thoresby Hall.
The forest that most would associate with the name of.