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Peak In The Past
Community heritage group exploring the Peak District through the secrets of its past...
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Bill Gordon 22h
No 25 and close to the end and to Wyming Brook, David Hey's 'Historic Hallamshire'
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Bill Gordon Apr 26
No 22 perfect, David Hey ' Historic Hallamshre'
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Mike Critchlow Apr 26
A symbol of St Mark is carved on this Saxon/Norm stone fragment. At All Saints, Bakewell
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Bill Gordon Apr 25
No 18 David Hey 'Historic Hallamshire'
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Bill Gordon Apr 23
No 14 is so simple and sculptural.David Hey ' Historic Hallamshire'
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Peak In The Past Apr 23
Thank you 😊 so much interesting history and so many intriguing stories to discover at Derbyshire Record Office
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Peak In The Past Apr 23
Fascinating blog on Bakewell pauper records by one of our MA students
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Bill Gordon Apr 22
No 12 'overgrown' David Hey 'Historic Hallamshire'
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Bill Gordon Apr 21
No 8 looking good, David Hey "Historic Hallamshire
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Bill Gordon Apr 21
No 7 damaged Grouse drinking trough David Hey "Historic Hallamshire"
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Bill Gordon Apr 20
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Peak In The Past Apr 20
Replying to @NorthleesBill
The gravestone shows she certainly lived a good long life for the time!
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Peak In The Past Apr 18
Replying to @NorthleesBill
Looks like a peaceful resting place. Paradoxically nothing like a gravestone for bringing names on a record to life! Thanks for sharing
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Peak In The Past Apr 17
Replying to @NorthleesBill
Ah how interesting! Thanks for the info about Elizabeth Fox. Often wonder what fates befell the people named on these historical records!
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Bill Gordon Apr 17
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'Pilot' Mr Rochester dog !! '
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Peak In The Past Apr 17
Lovely walk by 16th cent North Lees Hall, inspiration for Charlotte Bronte +peek in 1851 census to see Eyre Family residents
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Bill Gordon Apr 13
These initials are particularly old and really well worn but incredibly deep
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Bill Gordon Apr 13
Two of the springs under have stones with initials carved on them
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Bill Gordon Mar 28
Longshaw lodge and The Fox House, map from 1922
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Bill Gordon Mar 28
Water supply to Farmhouse at StoneyRidge,strangely called 'Stone House' now long demolished.
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