43 items found

Shipwreck at Dunster

William George

Old Mother Shipton's tomb

William George

William George, handlemaker (1844-1931) [at Leigh-on-Mendip, Cloford and Frome]

Philip John George

Some account of the oldest plans of Bristol, and an inquiry into the date of the first authentic one

William George

Notes on the tesselated pavement at Woodchester

William George

Minehead, Watchet, and Porlock, and their principal inhabitants in 1794

William George

Lytes Cary Manor House, Somerset, and its literary associations: with notices of authors of the Lyte family, from Queen Elizabeth to the present time

William George

Historic and antiquarian gleanings relating to Minehead: part 2

William George

Historic and antiquarian gleanings relating to Minehead: part 1

William George

Edmond Archer, Archdeacon of Wells

William George

De Chedder family of Bristol and Cheddar

William George

On an inscribed stone, at Orchard Wyndham, Somerset, called "Old Mother Shipton's tomb" (1879)

William George

Antiquarian essays contributed to the "Saturday Review": with a memoir (1895)

Lytes Cary Manor House, Somerset, and its literary associations: with notices of authors of the Lyte family, from Queen Elizabeth to the present time (1879)

William George

Brief romances from Bristol history with a few other papers from the same pen (1884)

Joseph Leech

Historical and antiquarian gleanings relating to Minehead and neighbourhood; including the reputed apparition of Mrs Leakey, the whistling ghost of Minehead (1890)

William George

Some account of the oldest plans of Bristol, and an enquiry into the date of the first authentic one (1881)

William George

Notes on the tesselated pavement at Woodchester (1880)

William George

Antiquarian excursion from Bristol to Bridgwater, Stogursey etc ([1882])

William George

The oldest Bristol newspapers (1884)

The "Grateful Society" in 1767 and its president Henry Burgum (1879)

William George

From Bristol to Sedgemoor, [an antiquarian excursion] (1883)

William George

Rev James Rouquet's prayer in commemoration of Bristol benefactors, November 14th 1768 (1884)

William George

The squabble amongst the Bristol Aldermen and their wives about precedence 1663-1664: query 164 autograph letter from Lord Chancellor Clarendon concerning Bristol affairs (1886)

Richard of Cirencester on the ancient state of Britain [and] the Roman road on Durdham Down, near Bristol, why named 'Via Julia'? (1886)

The Norman church of St. Mary Redcliff ([1882])

William George

Early history of the Bedminster churches ([1884])

William George

Was 'The English Mercurie' 1588 the first English newspaper? (1882)

William George

King Henry the Eighth's visit to Thornbury Castle (1883)

William George

Handel's Messiah: when first performed in Bristol? (1890)

William George

Lytes Cary Manor House, Somerset and its literary associations (1878)

William George

Notes on the old High Cross, Bristol, and its historical associations (1879)

William George

The late Rev. Dr. Blomberg (1883)

William George

New facts relating to the Chatterton family, gathered from manuscript entries in a "History of the Bible", which once belonged to the parents of Thomas Chatterton the poet (1883)

William George

The De Chedder family of Bristol and Cheddar (1888)

William George

Short biographies of the author and the publisher of The history of the hundred of Carhampton (1876)

William George

John Leland's "itinerary" through West Somerset ... (1879)

William George

Historic & antiquarian gleanings relating to Minehead & Dunster (1889)

William George

Historic and antiquarian gleanings relating to Minehead ([1889?])

William George

Lytes Cary manor house, Somerset, and its literary associations ([1879])

William George

Armorial of the old Somerset family of Lyte ... in the chapel at Lytes Cary manor house (1885)

William George

Some account of the oldest plans of Bristol: and an inquiry into the date of the first authentic one (1881)

William George

[William George] (c.1860)