10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUEENBOROUGH IN SHEPPEY»
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the Twentieth Century
Sheerness (see also Queenborough (later Queenborough-in-Sheppey)) and
General Strike, 382, 387, 388, 391, 392 health and social welfare, 245 naval
dockyard, 42, 45, 155, 259, 388 population, 5 port, 118 rail links, 128
The Administrative History of Mediaeval England: ...
His next undertaking was the construction, on a diflicult and marshy site, of the
castle and town of Queenborough in Sheppey, a late example of a bastide or
mlllenewve, set up much on the lines of Edward I.'s foundations of Hull and New
the Administrative History of Mediaeval England: ...
He sent eleven guns to Queenborough in Sheppey, and six guns to Dover castle.
In the year 1369-70 there were three great guns of brass, one of iron and fifteen
other guns at Calais, and to these another was added in 1372. By 1375 there ...
Thomas Frederick Tout, 1928
Swale: Sheerness, Faversham, Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light ...
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The Collected Papers of Thomas Frederick Tout
In 1365 two great guns and nine small ones were sent from the Tower to the new
castle of Queenborough in Sheppey, assuredly a large supply for a castle which
was certainly not one of the most important of the strongholds of the crown (VII).
Thomas Frederick Tout, 1932
Medieval Knighthood IV: Papers from the Fifth Strawberry ...
Works at Rochester and at Queenborough, in Sheppey, and at Hadleigh on the
Essex side, from the late 1360s, and the re-walling at great cost of Southampton
and of the city of Canterbury (which it would have been a great coup, but also a ...
Christopher Harper-Bill, Ruth Harvey, 1992
The Economy of Kent, 1640-1914
When one tries to define a town in early modern England, the criterion of legal or
borough status is unsatisfactory: the parliamentary borough of Queenborough in
Sheppey, dependant on oyster fishing, had merely 160 inhabitants in 1676.3 ...
The Poetry of Mildmay Fane, Second Earl of Westmoreland: ...
Fidelias Title to the Empire of the World Dated 'at Paris 1625' in F1. 1. Phebus]
The sun. To the County of Kent Title. June-i-1644] Fane was at 'Quinborow' (
Queenborough in Sheppey, Kent), probably fishing, in June 1644 (W(A) Misc. 7, f.
Mildmay Fane Earl of Westmorland, Thomas Grant Steven Cain, 2001
Guide to the Local Administrative Units of England: Northern ...
19 Enlarged 1968, gaining Sheerness UD & CP, Sheppey RD (see next entry for
constituent pars), the whole renamed 'Queenborough-in-Sheppey' MB & CP.263
Part Queenborough Parl Bor (1572- 1832), E'rn Dv (1832-85), N-E'rn Dv (1885- ...
The Municipal Year Book and Public Services Directory
... St. Austell St. Austell with Fowey B. 1.4 68 Sheerness Queenborough in
Sheppey g 1 4 68 Skelmersdale Skelmersdale 6 Holland 1 4 68 UDC 'Tavistock
Tavistock RDC 1 4 66 Tettenhall Wolverhampton CB 1 4 66 Upholland
Skelmersdale 6 ...