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|Book Code||Description||Price||Postage and Packaging (UK)|
|Barton (and surrounding area) Books|
|Barton Remembered 1939 - 1945
Part Two - The Home Front
Geoffrey F. Bryant and Dinah M. Tyszka (1998)
ISBN 0 900959 12 6
1) The War Defence Service
2) Everyday Life
6) Addendum to Part One
171 pages illustrated throughout.
This A4 size book is in very good condition and is out of print, making it
increasingly difficult to find.
|£4.00||£3.30 1st class||£2.90 2nd class|
|The Early History of Barton on Humber
Geoffrey F Bryant (1981)
1) The Setting
2) Prehistoric Barton
3) The Barton Area During Romano-British Times
4) The Pagan Saxon Period
5) Middle and Late Saxon Barton
6) St. Peter's Church
7) The Domesday Book and what it tells us about Barton in 1086 and before.
74 pages illustrated throughout. This A4 size book is in very good condition. This book is now out of print, making it increasingly difficult to find.
|£6.00||£1.50 1st class||£1.40 2nd class|
|Bayonets and Blue Flames
Surviving Palestine, North Africa, Crete and Stalag IVB
By Tom Barker & James Barker
|Tom Barker’s first and most important goal as a young lad was to avoid the wrath of his Dad, and his Dad’s belt. Growing up in a small town in Lincolnshire, England during the 1920s, Tom left school at the age of fourteen to work at the local bike factory. He quickly grew bored of the mundane work, and quit. In 1938 Tom found himself digging ditches in Scotland during a very cold winter. Tom decided the only way up was to join the British Navy. Walking into the nearest recruitment office, Tom was soon enlisted in the 1st Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (the army). Little did he know that he would soon be swapping the Scottish mud, snow and freezing cold, for Palestine and North African sand, flies and burning heat. He would also end up taking part in two of the British Army’s most notable battles of the Second World War (Operation Compass in Egypt and The Battle of Crete – the Germans named it Operation Mercury), and would take part in one of the longest bayonet charges. In May 1941, acting as a sniper on Crete Tom was wounded and taken prisoner. For the next four years he was placed in various prisoner of war (POW) camps in Germany, attempting to escape on a number of occasions. Tom provides great detail of the daily life of a POW, sharing the humour, the absurd and at times the macabre. Told in his own voice Tom takes the reader on a real life journey mixed with humour, action, turmoil and lots of sand. His son James has edited Tom's original memoirs, and also written chapters including background information on Palestine, the Italian invasion of Egypt and the Argylls’ involvement in the Battle of Crete.||Available from Amazon
|An Industrial Island - A History of Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe Borough Museum and Art Gallery (1981)
ISBN 0 9501569 4 9
1) Underground and on the Ground - Scunthorpe before 1800.
2) The Enclosures of Ashby, Crosby, Scunthorpe & Frodingham, Brumby Commons and Brumby Moors.
3) The Villages of the 1850s.
4) The Establishment of Ironmaking at Scunthorpe
5) The Coming of the Railway
6) The Industrial Base 1875-1919
7) The Urban Response 1859-1918
8) Masters and Men - Industrial Relations in the Iron Industry Before 1918
9) Politics 1883-1919
10) The Creation of a new Community.
11) Change and Expansion in Iron and Steel from 1919
12) Scunthorpe on the Ground 1918-1974
13) Politics 1919-1974
14) Education 1914-1974
15) Library Development in Scunthorpe
1) Scunthorpe Population Statistics
2) Ordnance Survey Maps of Scunthorpe, 1889, 1908, 1938, 1970.
3) Glossary of Iron and Steel Making Terms Used in the Text
4) The Land Awarded at Enclosure
5) Attendance at Religious Worship 30 March 1851
6) Parliamentary Elections 1832-1974
7) Mayors of the Borough of Scunthorpe
8) Schools in Scunthorpe at 1914, 1946, 1961 and 1974.
218 pages, profusely illustrated throughout. This A4 sized book is in good condition, but does have a mark on the front cover were a previous price tag was..
|£4.50||£3.30 1st class||£2.90 2nd class|
|Cottagers & Cows 1800-1892
The Cow Clubs in Lincolnshire
Charity, Self-help, Self-self-interest.
Rex C Russell (1987)
Barton WEA - no ISBN number
1) Reasons for Cow-keeping & the Advantages for Cottagers & for Rate-payers.
2) The start & growth of Cow Clubs.
3) The work of the Clubs: 1860-1879
4) Depression years: 1880-1892
5) A note on Cottagers & Cows after 1900.
This A4 sized book is in very good condition, with the only blemish being the previous owners name on the inside cover. It has 52 pages including illustrations.
|£5.00||£1.50 1st class||£1.30 2nd class|
|Francis Frith's Lincolnshire
ISBN 1 85937 135 3
1) Francis Frith: Victorian Pioneer
2) Frith's Archive - A unique Legacy
3) Lincolnshire - An Introduction
4) The North: the Kingdom of Lindsey: Gainsborough to Horncastle
5) Around Lincoln
6) The South West: Grantham and Kesteven
7) The South East: Boston & The Flat Country of Holland
8) Seaside Lincolnshire
119 pages illustrated throughout. A hardback book in excellent condition. (note - free print voucher has expired)
|£3.00||£2.60 1st class||£2.20 2nd class|
Humber Keels by John Franks plus Sloopmen of South Ferriby.
Memoirs of Fred Harness, Cyril Harrison & T. H. Birkill
Compiled and Edited by Nicholas J. Day (1996)
ISBN 0 9529594 0 2
Humber Keels (part one)
Humber Keels (part two)
Belle of the Trent
Sloopmen of South Ferriby
The Humber Keel & Sloop Preservation Society
Membership of the HKSPS
64 pages illustrated throughout - now a very hard-to-find book. A4
|£6.50||£2.00 1st class||£1.70 2nd class|
|Lincolnshire Past & Present
No 65 Autumn 2006
Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology
Boston's Guild of St Mary
Belton House Cakes
Barton's Bay Horse
'The Strangers' Illustrated Guide through Lincoln
H.W.J. Sibthorpe (1784-1807)
20 Pages - A4 size. Brand New
This magazine contains an article on the Bay Horse Pub in Barton (now called the Volunteers' Arms)
|Living and Learning in Lindsey, Lincolnshire:
1830 - 1890
A History of Adult Education in North Lincolnshire
Rex C Russell
1) Opportunities for Adult Education
2) The Mechanics' Institutes
Mechanics' Institutes & Elementary Education
Mechanics' Institutes & The Need for 3) Early Closing
4) Mutual Improvement Societies
5)Village & Town Libraries & Reading Rooms
6) Penny Readings in Lindsey: in 1860s and 1870s
Readings in Louth
Readings in Gainsborough
Readings in Tealby
7) The Night Schools
Louth Free Evening School
8) The Temperance Movement & Adult Education
9) Oxford & Cambridge in Lincoln & Lindsey - The University Extension Movement
Topics of Lectures at Mechanics' Institutes
The Mechanics' Institutes in 1892
Rules of the Yarborough Literary Institution
Literacy & Illiteracy in Lindsey
Reading Rooms & Libraries in Lindsey in 1892
This book is in very good (almost 'as-new') condition.
236 pages illustrated throughout. A5 size.
|Tales of a Lincolnshire Parson
Canon John Swaby (2004)
ISBN 0 9539533 1 9
1) Tales Told To Me
2) Stories I Have Read
3) Memories of World War 1 in Wainfleet
4) Louth Imps (Louth Spire)
5) Touches of Tennyson
6) Scunthorpe St. John's Church (A Dream)
7) Memories of Mablethorpe (31st January 1953)
8) Thunder over the Wold
9) A Heave of Churchyards
10) Three Friends
11) Preacher & Sexton
13) Verses Old and New
14) Forty-Two Years
112 pages illustrated throughout. A5 size in as-new condition.
|£2.50||£1.50 1st class||£1.40 2nd class|
|The Archive Photographs Series -
Compiled by Reg and Kathleen Cooke (1997)
ISBN 0 7524 076+4 3
1) Mining and the Iron and Steel Industry
2) Crosby and Frodingham Road
3) Scunthorpe, the High Street to the Trent
7) The Charter Celebrations
9) People, Places and Events
A Brief Chronicle of Scunthorpe
128 pages illustrated throughout. A5 size in as-new condition, with slight manufacturing flaws on the back cover.
|£4.00||£2.00 1st class||£1.70 2nd class|
|The History & Antiquities of the Scunthorpe
& Frodingham District
Harold E. Dudley F.S.A., F.G.S., F.M.A. (Scunthorpe: Frederick Gough Comprehensive School 1975)
1) The Foundation on which we Live
2) Workers in Flint and Stone
3) The Age of Metals
4) Prehistoric Pottery
5) Ancient Means of Travel
6) The Coming of the Roman
8) Roman Remains at Conesby Cliff
9) The First Englishmen
10) The Dane and the Norman
11) Domesday Book
12) The Land of Norman De Arci
13) The Medieval Church
14) Frodingham Church. Its Rectors and Vicars.
15) Religious Strife
16) War's Alarms
17) Some Local Families
18) The Sheffield Family
19) Village Life
20) Discovery of the Ironstone
21) The Church of St. Lawrence, Frodingham.
22) Religious Expansion
23) The Local Parliament
24) The Growth of Local Education
25) Scunthorpe War Memorial Hospital
26) Brief Notes concerning some of the Churches in the Scunthorpe District
27) The Terriers of Frodingham Church.
28) Brumby Hall. Historical Notes
This 166 page, A4 size book was originally published in 1931. This is the 1975 second edition and is illustrated throughout. It is in good condition and is relatively hard to find now.
|£5.00||£2.60 1st class||£2.20 2nd class|
|The Kings England - Lincolnshire
Arthur Mee (Hodder and Stoughton 1970)
ISBN 0 340 12728 7
|KEL70||This is 1970 updated version of the 1949 book. With 534 places and 118 Pictures. There are 440 pages, illustrated throughout. Book is in very good condition. One of the pictures is of the Saxon Tower of St. Peter's Church in Barton upon Humber.||£4.50||£3.40 1st class||£3.00 2nd class|
|The 'Revolt of the Field' in Lincs.
The Origins & Early History of Farm Workers' Trade Unions
By Rex C. Russell (date unknown)
no ISBN number
1) The Background of the Revolt
2) The Dead Come to Life! 1872
3) 1873: Growth ... but Disunity
4) Attack - Counter Attack - Compromise - and Exodus
5) 1875: Justice for All. Injury to None
6) 1876: In Combination is Your Salvation
7) 1877: Depression
8) 1878: Depression Deepens - Difficulties Increase
9) 1879: A Year of Gloom - and Determination
10) 1880 and 1881: We Need Land and the Vote
11) The Results of Agricultural Trade Unionism
1) A selection of union hymns and songs
2) Farm workers' wages : 1870-1891
3) Examples of emigration notices
4) Village population changes 1871-1891
5) Farm workers' unions' co-operative stores
This A5ish sized book is extremely rare. Undated and with no ISBN number it is certainly out of print. This copy has rust marks from the staples along the spine, but this does not effect the reading part of the book.
|£10.00||£1.80 1st class||£1.60 2nd class|
|Travels in Time through South
(no ISBN number)
Travels of Time Through South Ferriby School.
84 pages illustrated throughout. Very difficult to find A4 sized book. The book is in good condition.
|£5.00||£1.80 1st class||£1.60 2nd class|
|Other Local Books|
|Pie for Breakfast - Reminiscences of a
Harry Reffold (Hutton Press 1994)
ISBN 0 907033 17 2
|PFB01||From the book:-
"Pie for Breakfast" is the story of Harry Reffold's life as
a farmhand in the decade from 1914 to the early "Twenties". The author
wrote his story to show that farm life in those days was not as romantic
as many people now portray it. Conditions were hard and the working day
was long; but with his wry sense of humour, the author shows the farmhands
did have fun, and there was always love....
116 pages, in very good condition with illustrations.
|£2.50||£1.50 1st class||£1.40 2nd class|
|When Horses were Supreme - The Age of the
Herbert L. Day (Hutton Press 1993)
ISBN 0 907033 30 X
|HWS01||From the book:-
Herbert Day was born in 1902 and spent his boyhood on a
small farm near Pickering, North Yorkshire. He attended Kirby Misperton
School until his eleventh birthday in 1913. Then came a year at home
learning to plough and to handle a pair of horses.
100 pages, very good condition and illustrated throughout.
|£2.50||£1.50 1st class||£1.40 2nd class|
|Other Topographical and Historical Books|
|Antique and Rare Books|
|Brighouse and its Co-operative
Printed at the "News" Office
Brief History Of Brighouse
I) Introduction and Early Days
II) Our Saxon Forefathers
III) The Manor Courts at Brighouse
(IV) Ecclesiastical History
(V) Educational Institutions and Schools
(VI) Trades and Manufacturers
(VII) Local Government
History of Co-Operative Society
(VIII) The Discovery of Self-Help
(IX) The Origin of the Brighouse Society
(X) The First Store and Its Difficulties
(XI) The Story of the First Bonuses
(XII) Erection of the Central Stores
(XIII) Further Developments
(XIV) A Period of Unrest
(XV) As Others See Us
(XVI) Extensions and Present Position
A very old and rare book in very good condition for its age. The first few pages have small pencil marks at the very top, but apart from that it is clear of any blemishes. 279 Pages.
|£15.00||£2.00 1st class||£1.70
|Cassell's Lawyer and Business Man's Legal
Handbook (special edition)
Volume I and II (1st editions - specially prepared for Subscribers and was not available through general booksellers)
|ARB02||Volume one has 568 pages and is in excellent
condition. Volume two has 572 pages and is also in excellent
Due to their weight and size only first class postage is available.
A unique opportunity to own two rare books.
|£25.00 (the pair)||£10.50 1st class||n/a|
ISBN 0 85206 470 5
|DP01||Covered by this book are:-
Joan Waste, Margaret Stafford, Dorothy Matley, A Tragic Trilogy, Martha Taylor, Anne Fearne, Hannah Baddaley, Jedediah Buxton, James Brindley, John Whitehurst, Penelope Boothby, Joseph Wright, Grace Murray, Molly Bray, Kitty Hudson, William Newton, Elizabeth Evans, Phoebe Brown, Edward Foster, John Smedley, Samuel Fox and Florrie Carter.
80 pages with illustrations, cover slightly worn but the book itself is in good condition.
|£1.00||£2.00 1st class||£1.70
|JEL01||Original 1976 first edition of Mr Jelly by Roger Hargreaves. This little book is in very good condition.||£1.50||£1.00 1st class||£0.80 2nd class|
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