From their Southwell to ours

Authors

  • Rob Smith Visitor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21504/tj.v52i.2384

Keywords:

Southwell (England), Becher, John T

Abstract

Rob Smith of Southwell, Notts, England first happened upon the link between Nottinghamshire and our Ndlambe area while researching the history of the County House of Correction in the Notts Archives. Intrigued by the story of the Southwell 1820 settlement, he visited S Africa in 2016, meeting the Stirks of Southwell and some LAHS members.

References

Shilton, R. History of Southwell. 1818

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Southwell Local History Society (multiple contributors) A Brief Guide to the History of Southwell), 2017

Beresford, M. Roman Southwell and Environs. 2019

Smith, R Nottinghamshire House of Correction, Southwell. 2015

O’Neill, J. The Life and Times of J T Becher of Southwell. 2002

Mason, S. Nottingham Lace 1760s -1950s. 1994

Hardstaff, R. Human Cargo, the Southwell Connection. 2004

Boyes, M. Love Without Wings (regarding Lord Byron and Elizabeth Pigot). 1988

Published

2021-10-04

How to Cite

Smith, R. (2021). From their Southwell to ours. Toposcope, 52, 9–12. https://doi.org/10.21504/tj.v52i.2384

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