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by rwhoyle
09 Jul 2020, 18:00
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: What are some street/road names that denote agricultural history?
Replies: 1
Views: 35

Re: What are some street/road names that denote agricultural history?

Leave open the possibility that it derives from a surname.

Richard
by rwhoyle
15 Jun 2020, 15:54
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Edward VII, Pheasants and a despairing farmer
Replies: 2
Views: 713

Re: Edward VII, Pheasants and a despairing farmer

At last! An easy question on the forum! The lady in question is Louisa/Louise Cresswell who published an autobiography (which it is claimed the estate tried to buy all of the copies of). She published as Mrs Gerard Cresswell, Eighteen years on the Sandringham estate (1887). The most recent account i...
by rwhoyle
22 May 2020, 08:02
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Agriculture in Surrey at the turn of the nineteenth century
Replies: 5
Views: 1321

Re: Agriculture in Surrey at the turn of the nineteenth century

Jane Roberts: see what you can find on www.bookfinder.com (which you might already have done).
by rwhoyle
19 May 2020, 23:07
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Agriculture in Surrey at the turn of the nineteenth century
Replies: 5
Views: 1321

Re: Agriculture in Surrey at the turn of the nineteenth century

To add to Alan’s suggestion: You also want to see the second General View of Surrey by Stevenson. Unfortunately we don’t have this on LIBRAL, nor do we have a copy to scan. Can anyone help by lending us one? Otherwise you may well find it on Google books or Archive.org. I have two other suggestions....
by rwhoyle
03 Feb 2020, 16:00
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Pilgrim Fathers - Seeds
Replies: 2
Views: 5807

Re: Pilgrim Fathers - Seeds

I am not sure that I can really advise on this in the depth that you wish. The question seems to break down into several parts. i. I think that the food on board would have been pretty thin stuff: bread, biscuit, cheese, weevils. I would doubt if there was anything on board to be eaten that was fres...
by rwhoyle
18 Sep 2019, 20:55
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Livestock survey 1866
Replies: 3
Views: 9216

Re: Livestock survey 1866

National Archives MAF 68. These are the analysis sheets prepared from the original census forms. They give the statistics for each census parish. I will send you some photos so you can see what you are up against.
Richard
by rwhoyle
28 Aug 2019, 21:45
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp
Replies: 2
Views: 7326

Re: The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp

I agree, but due diligence has to be done in case someone is out there and proves to be difficult when they discover what we have done.

BTW, I am not sure that Americans talk of bottoms in quite the way you mention. I think the word is [type of donkey]!
by rwhoyle
26 Aug 2019, 15:12
Forum: LibRAL
Topic: The land Utlisation Survey of Britain, ed L. Dudley Stamp
Replies: 0
Views: 21721

The land Utlisation Survey of Britain, ed L. Dudley Stamp

LIBRAL (the Library of Agricultural and Rural Literature) would like to add to its on-line collections the reports of the Land Utilisation Survey of Britain edited by L. Dudley Stamp. Before we do so, we would welcome comments and advice on the copyright status of these volumes. The volumes, or at l...
by rwhoyle
26 Aug 2019, 15:10
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp
Replies: 2
Views: 7326

The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp

LIBRAL (the Library of Agricultural and Rural Literature) would like to add to its on-line collections the reports of the Land Utilisation Survey of Britain edited by L. Dudley Stamp. Before we do so, we would welcome comments and advice on the copyright status of these volumes. The volumes, or at l...
by rwhoyle
18 Jun 2019, 12:33
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Common Rights
Replies: 6
Views: 18538

Re: Common Rights

I think I would need to know more before I could really answer. is this land left as a common allotment after a previous enclosure award?

It sounds strange anyhow