Monday, 29 September 1975

1. Stories of Turton Date Stones

Summary

A survey and analysis of 260 date stones on buildings in Turton from the 17th to 19th centuries.

Details

Publication Number1
TitleStories of Turton Date Stones
AuthorR Lindop
Year Published1975
Number of Pages40
ISBN Number9781904974017
Price & AvailabilitySee publications list

Cover Photo


Turton Local History Society #1 - Stories of Turton Date Stones

Contents

Introduction
Method of Survey
Method of Recording
Limitations of Date Stones as a Record
Type and Style of Date Stone
Interpretation of Initials
Summary of Results
Distribution of Date Stones
  General - All Districts
  Chapeltown and Edgeworth
  Crowthorn
  Bradshaw and Harwood
  Belmont
  Egerton and Bromley Cross
Early Buildings in the District
Dates within Buildings
Other Dated Stones
Dates of Bridges
Oldest Date Stone
Inscriptions that have been lost
Access to view Date Stones
Summary Lists of Date Stones

Illustrations

Bradshaw Chapel
17th Century Plaster Panel, Walch Fold Farm
Door Lintel on Cottage, Nabbs Farm
Date Stone, Isherwood Hall Farm, Edgworth
Inscription on Maria Square, Belmont
Oldest Date Stone, Lower Fold, Quarlton
Number of Date Stones in each decade

Surnames Included

Barber-Lomax, Barlow, Barton, Bennett, Brandwood, Chetham, Clegg, Davenport, Deakin, Dodgson, Duckworth, Entwistle, Hardcastle, Harvey, Haslam, Heaton, Horrocks, Hulton, Isherwood, Jackson, Johnson, Kay, Kirby,  Knowles, Lever, Lomax, Mather, Pendelton, Sarah, Scholes, Sheldrake, Stephenson, Sudren, Thomasson, Walch, Whitehead, Wright

Word cloud indicating surname frequency





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