13 Ribblesdale; or, Lancashire sixty years ago By James Kay Shuttleworth. 14 Handbook for Shropshire, Cheshire and Lancashire By John Murray (Firm). 15 Historic sites of Lancashire and Cheshire By James Croston. 16 History of the Fylde of Lancashire By John Porter. 17 Lancashire: Brief Historical and Descriptive Notes Seller Rating: % positive. Download Ribblesdale ePub Digital Book; Explore the Ribblesdale Area. Ribblehead Virtual Visit; over the past years and give us a glimpse of life in the area long before the first people arrived. , years ago, the climate was warm enough for there to be herds of rhinos and elephants roaming the area. 11, years ago, a. In later life Kay-Shuttleworth turned his hand to literary endeavours and he wrote two novels: Scarsdale, or Life on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Border Thirty years ago, (3 volumes, ), and Ribblesdale, or Lancashire Sixty Years Ago (3 volumes, ). James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth was the founder of the English system of popular education. He was born at Rochdale, Lancashire, on 20 July , was son of Robert Kay, and was brother of Joseph Kay, Q.C. and of the Right Hon. Sir Edward Kay, lord justice of appeal in the supreme court.
Scarsdale or Life on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Border, Thirty Years Ago, Vol. 2 of 3 (Classic Reprint). History at Ribblesdale. Historical enquiry is very relevant to today’s society. Ribblesdale’s history curriculum incorporates the teaching of a wide variety of skills, enabling pupils to question and analyse the past, so that they can form and justify their own opinions about events and people. The fourth Lord Ribblesdale had two sons, both were killed in action, one in the Boer War and the other in the conflict. Memorial tablets can be found in the Ribblesdale Chapel in St Mary's Church. Part of the estate was sold in to cover death duties of the last Lord Ribblesdale who was survived only by his two sisters. Ribblesdale, or, Lancashire sixty years ago / by Sir James Kay-Shuttleworth Kay-Shuttleworth, James, Sir, [ Book: ].
here are still a few copies left of the Group's limited edition book, "Horton-in-Ribblesdale - the story of an upland parish". 62 pages of information which you won't find anywhere else! Price £ including postage & packing. Available from Mrs M Smith, Penyghent Lodge, Station Road, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 0HH. Ribblesdale is one of the Yorkshire Dales in England. It is the dale or upper valley of the River Ribble in North and villages in Ribblesdale (downstream, from north to south) include Selside, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Stainforth, Langcliffe, Giggleswick, Settle, Long Preston and Hellifield (sometimes below Settle) the valley of the river is generally known as the. James Kay-Shuttleworth is the author of The moral and physical condition of the working classes employed in the cotton manufacture in Manchester ( av Home My Books/5. It is first attested as Horton in the Domesday Book of , with in Ribblesdale being added already in the 13th century to distinguish it from Horton, Lancashire. The place-name Horton is a common one in England. It derives from Old English horu 'dirt' and tūn 'settlement, farm, estate', presumably meaning 'farm on muddy soil'.District: Craven.