5 edition of Stretton manuscripts: being notes on the history of Nottinghamshire found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Stretton, (of Lenton Priory), died 1828.|
|Contributions||Robertson, George Coke, 1839- ed., Godfrey, John T. 1857-1911.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.N9 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., xiii p., 2 l., 241 p.|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||11002029|
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Stretton Manuscripts. BEING NOTES ON THE. HISTORY OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, By. WILLIAM STRETTON, (Of Lenton Priory) Died Nottingham. Privately Printed. Stretton of Lenton. The following notes on some of the early members of the Stretton family where written by Mr.
William Stretton in the year. Samuel Stretton ( –11 May ) was a builder and architect in Nottingham who is noted for building the first powered cotton mill. Family. He appears to have been born at Longdon Staffordshire in or and moved to Lenton inwhere he was married and where all his children were baptized.
On 14 July he married Elizabeth Wombwell in Lenton. Early life. Stretton was the eldest son of William Stretton, a builder and was born in Nottingham on 15 Mayand baptised nine days later at St. Mary's Church, Nottingham He was given an unusual name beginning with "s" which was a common feature of all his siblings.
Artist and the military. He entered the army at an early age, commencing his military career in the Born: 15 MayNottingham. Kirklington St Swithin References Archival Sources Nottinghamshire Archives.
Notes, Papers, Transcripts and Indices relating to the Liber Albus (White Book) of Southwell. Published Sources. Andrews, S., ‘Religion and Community in Kirklington, Notts. in the 19th Century’, (University of Nottingham, M.A. thesis, ). Notes and References. The Stretton Manuscripts, being notes on the history of Nottinghamshire by William Stretton (Of Lenton Priory) Died Nottingham.
Privately Printed. ; The Arkwrights, spinners of fortune. Fitton. p Notes and References. The Stretton Manuscripts, being notes on the History of Nottinghamshire by William Stretton (of Lenton Priory) Died John T. Godfrey. Privately Printed. Nottingham ; Book: Harwood, Elain.
Pevsner Architectural Guides. Yale University Press. 66– Nottingham Directory His most valuable work was "The Dukery Records," being notes and memoranda illustrative of Nottinghamshire ancient History,a two guinea book, privately printed for subscribers.
He had previously written a History of Worksop, and published several works on Archaeology, notably Aveling's "History of Roche Abbey," The Stretton Manuscripts: being notes on the history of Nottinghamshire, by William Stretton () Arthur Stapleton, An Historical Sketch of the Caves of Old Nottingham and The Nottinghamshire Coalfield: some notes regarding its ancient history () Archival/written Nottinghamshire Archives.
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It is the University Church for the University of Nottingham  and several schools and organisations hold. Stretton visited St Giles’ in and his description of the church can be found in Godfrey’s Notes on the Churches of Nottinghamshire.
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