By : H Beard
By : Fiona Mead
This CD will be of interest to anyone fascinated by maritime history regarding not only the Pilots but the names of ships, places they were registered, their port of origin and the diverse cargos carried into the ports of the Severn estuary.
The Log itself appears to be an account register relating to charges made for Piloting Ships from the Bristol Channel to Gloucester etc It is a fascinating insight into shipping in the Severn Estuary during this period, and whether you’re interested in the movement of goods world wide, the History of ships, or the fascinating place names where the ships were registered or the goods were loaded, that completed their journey to the ports of Lydney, Sharpness, Gloucester etc. and not forgetting the families that acted as Pilots it is a fascinating read.
This CD contains a full transcription of the register 386 individual images of the pages transcribed, and a short histiory of the Severn Pilots.
This CD is currently not available as a download due to size of content.
By:- Felicity D. E. Ebsworth
200 years from landowners to leisure
Traces the development of a Family Home in 1800 to a Golf Club in 2014, with lots of informative pictures & Maps.
By : Tim Copeland
By:- Christine Jordan
Sheltered by the Cotswolds, the streets of Gloucester hide many secrets. Using vast knowledge Christine explores the rich heritage that can be seen embedded throughout the streets of this historic city.
Such as the momentous to the outlandish
The sale of wives in the 18th century, hidden Roman Ruins, and many more.
This book will appeal to Locals looking for a nostalgic look back into their district to touring visitors and provides an excellent alternative view into the clandestine aspects of Gloucester city.
By : S Fowler
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Stroud History Tour
By: Howard Beard
Stroud History Tour offers a unique insight into the history and buildings of a fascinating Cotswold market town. An itinerary has been created which will lead the reader to view the many places of interest lying along Stroud’s streets, public areas and byways. Although intended to begin at the town’s surviving railway station, the route can be joined at any point and, similarly, abandoned where desired – perhaps at one of Stroud’s many street cafés. By following the proposed tour it will become apparent which parts of the town date from the earliest times and also how its religious buildings have altered, or been put to new uses. In addition, interspersed among the captions, are anecdotes taken from the author’s personal and family history. A numbered map is included to assist the reader in exploring the fascinating changes that have taken place over the last century or so in Stroud.