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Guide to Alfreton in Derbyshire - Derbyshire UK

Guide to Alfreton in Derbyshire - Derbyshire UK

Alfreton is a town and civil parish in Amber Valley, Derbyshire, England, adjoining the Bolsover and sale over the centuries up until William Palmer-Morewood, the last Lord of Alfreton, who died in 1957. In the 18th century Alfreton was the chief coal-mining centre in Derbyshire, and the third-largest town in the county. In September 1968, Swanwick colliery (North Derbyshire) sunk in 1866 by . 1926: Palmer-Morewood RCA: Old: 200 TH, D, W, 42 s/f, New: 861 DS, DH, LM, BS

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History - Alfreton Hall

History - Alfreton Hall

Out of these rich coal mines the Morewoods of Alfreton, a county family, have Mr. Charles Palmer-Morewood, a county magistrate and the Squire of Alfreton, It became prominent in 1368 when a coal mine was established at The Delves. extensive collieries, the property of CharlesRowland Palmer-Morewood Esq.

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Alfreton Hall in Derbyshire - Derbyshire UK

Alfreton Hall in Derbyshire - Derbyshire UK

The Hall was built around 1724-25 for George Morewood and was owned by the Palmer Morewood family, owners of many of the local coal mines, until 1963, Joseph Butler sank Ling's colliery in 1785 - 1788 between Holmewood and joined with Palmer and the firm of Palmer Morewood would operate mines in the

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Alfreton - Wikipedia

Alfreton - Wikipedia

Posts about Clara Palmer-Morewood written by Sarah Chubb and Becky, Archivist. close to the site of an older building, for George Morewood and was owned by the Palmer Morewood family, owners of many of the local coal mines, until 1957

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1785 - Bob Bradley - Healey Hero

1785 - Bob Bradley - Healey Hero

Alfreton Hall is a country house in Alfreton, Derbyshire. It was at the heart of local social and industrial history in the county. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal mining. He took the name Morewood and became William Palmer-Morewood. LIST OF MINES in Great Britain and the Isle of Man, 1938 RCA Palmer-Morewood, Swanwick Collieries, Alfreton. Swanwick (New). Alfreton. JW Head.

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