History of the Township of Sheffield, 1821-1967. by Paul Burns Download PDF EPUB FB2
Charles E. Herdendorf writes this book in association with the Sheffield Village Historical Society, where he serves as president and editor of the society's journal, The Village Pioneer.
Herdendorf, professor emeritus of geological sciences at The Ohio State University, is a descendant of Sheffield's founding families and lives in one of Brand: ArcadiaPublishing. Hallamshire.
The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York: With Historical and Descriptive Notices of the Parishes of Ecclesfield, Hansworth, Treeton, and Whiston, and of the Chapelry of Bradfield: Author: Joseph Hunter: Publisher: author, Original from: University of Lausanne: Digitized: Preface; History of Sheffield .
Chapter I: Introductory Matter.—General Description ; Chapter II: An Inquiry into the Early State and Remote History of the Parish of Sheffield ; Chapter III: Sheffield under De Busli and De Lovetot; Chapter IV: Sheffield under the Barons Furnival; Chapter V: Sheffield under the first five Earls of Shrewsbury; Chapter VI: George the sixth Earl of Shrewsbury.
HISTORY OF SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP. THIS township was formed from Kinzua, on the 7th of June, Its territory occupies the entire southeastern corner of Warren county, and is bounded north by Kinzua and Mead townships, east by McKean county.
An interesting sidelight to the history of our township is the land speculation carried on by a group of Dutch bankers. They came to be known collectively as the Holland Land Company.
About this corporation acquired a huge acreage of land in Northwestern Pennsylvania, including practically all of Sheffield Township.
Parish History [edit | edit source] "SHEFFIELD (St. Peter), a borough and parish, and the head of a union, partly in the N., but chiefly in the S., division of the wapentake of Strafforth and Tickhill, W. riding of York and the township of Sheffield, 55 miles (S. by S.) from (N. W.) from London.
Sheffield St Peter is an ancient parish, erected in the reign of Henry I. Sheffield Genealogy (in Warren County, PA) USA (1,) > Pennsylvania (62,) > Warren County () > Sheffield (15).
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Former Residents of Sheffield, Present at the Centennial Celebration. The links, below, are to the Sheffield Township section in the Schenck History where the individual's name first appears; however, many of these pioneers are mentioned numerous times throughout this site.
Sheffield, town, city, and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of South Yorkshire, north-central England. Sheffield lies about miles ( km) northwest of London. The city and metropolitan borough lie within the historic county of Yorkshire, except for the area around Beighton and.
John M. Ford came soon after and settled on lotin the eastern part of the township. About he went to Nebraska, soon came back to Sheffield, and later still went to Kansas.
About Luther Whitcomb settled a short distance northeast of the site of Garfield. He now lives in Sheffield, where he went many years ago. Sheffield also grew slowly, from in to bywhen the town had eleven businesses. The Sheffield Township field began producing natural gas in With the construction of U.S.
Highway in the s, Sheffield became a stopping point for traveling motorists. Library details: Sheffield Township Library is a Public library.
This library is affiliated with Sheffield Township Library. The collection of the library conta volumes. The library circula items per year. The library serves a population of 2, residents. Charles E. Herdendorf writes this book in association with the Sheffield Village Historical Society, where he serves as president and editor of the society's journal, The Village Pioneer.
Herdendorf, professor emeritus of geological sciences at The Ohio State University, is a descendant of Sheffield's founding families and lives in one of Reviews: 1. Copied Survey Books - official copies of original surveys filed in the Land Office Indexes of Selected Original (Loose) Surveys - a number of partial, supplemental indexes for the surveys and survey books that can be used to locate surveys for some Donation Lands tracts, some Philadelphia Bank Lots, and some Old Rights tracts and Proprietary.
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In the township contained 2, houses inhabitants, of whom were males and females. The Earl of Effingham is lord of the manor and principal owner, and resides at Grange Hall, a beautiful seat near the south end of Wentworth Park, miles N.
by E. of Sheffield. Early History of Sheffield Township: by: Darrell E. Hamilton: The township of Sheffield was formerly called East Matherstown with Saybrook being called West Matherstown.
Samuel Mathers was the proprietor of both townships. At the time of the first arrival of the first settlers, the whole township. The committee records describing the lots laid out in the Lower township have been preserved and are stored in the town hall in Sheffield.
Less durable were the landmarks used to fix the boundaries: a certain birch, pine, chestnut, or ash tree; or a transitory stake, stump, or swamp. Pontefract is a historic market town in the Wakefield District of West Yorkshire, England, near the A1 (or Great North Road) and the M62 motorway.
Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is one of the five towns in the metropolitan borough of the City of Wakefield and had a population of 30, at the Census.
Pontefract's motto is Post mortem patris pro filio, Latin for. Farmers working the fertile land: a pictorial history of farms in Miles Township A brief sketch of Prof.
Gramley: as teacher, educator and superintendent of the public schools in Center County, Pa. This would be approximately $1 per acre, and was the general price paid for land suitable for cultivation," according to Paul Burns, author of "History of the Township of Sheffield ". An illustration of an open book.
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Sources: Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe Co., Indiana, and Commemorative Book of Tippecanoe Co., Indiana HISTORY of SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP.
The area that was to become Sheffield Township was at one time the home of a small Wyandotte Indian village, located along the South Fork of Wildcat Creek. Brightside is an industrial area of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England lying on a hill north of Attercliffe and the River Don.
Brightside was recorded in the fifteenth century as "Brekesherth", when it was home to some mills. Brightside Bierlow was one of the six original divisions of the township of Sheffield, including all the land in the town north of the Don - reaching as far as the.
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For faster results, type a KEYWORD or SURNAME in the SEARCH window which can be found at the top of this page (or under Menu on mob. Everyone who has an interest in Sheffield's history, or its inhabitants, should have a copy of this famous, and often quoted, book. Joseph Hunter was the pre-eminent local historian of his time.
He compiled this outstanding, detailed and fascinating account of Sheffield's history. In Township residents living east of the Black River voted to withdraw from Sheffield Township and form the incorporated Village of Sheffield Lake. Inthe new Village constructed Brookside School (which was partially damaged by the Tornado that devastated Lorain in June ) to replace several Township schools that were built in the.↑ Isaac Huntting, History of the Little Nine Partners of North East Precinct and Pine Plains, New York, Dutchess County (Amenia, NY: Chas.
Walsh, ), Google Book edition. ↑ List of turnpikes in New York in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia (accessed 6 November ).The Crehore homestead was located on in the northwestern part of Sheffield Township and the family residence was on the east side of Root Road.
A woodcut illustration of the George B. Crehore House on Root Road, Sheffield Township is reproduced in the Williams Brothers’ History of Lorain County, (, p. ). Ten members of the.