Catalog Record: The barons of Pulford in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and their descendants, the Resesbys of Thrybergh and Ashover, the Ormesbys of South Ormesby, and the Pulfords of Pulford Castle; being an historical account of the lost baronies of Pulford and Dodleston in Cheshire, of seven knights' fees in Lincolnshire attached to them, and of many manors, townships and families in both couties | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The barons of Pulford in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and their descendants, the Resesbys of Thrybergh and Ashover, the Ormesbys of South Ormesby, and the Pulfords of Pulford Castle; being an historical account of the lost baronies of Pulford and Dodleston in Cheshire, of seven knights' fees in Lincolnshire attached to them, and of many manors, townships and families in both couties, by Sir George R. Sitwell ...

Main Author: Sitwell, George Reresby, Sir, 1860-1943.
Language(s): English
Published: Scarborough, Printed and sold by Sir George Sitwell, 1889.
Subjects: Ormsby family.
Resesby family.
Pulford family.
Physical Description: 3 p. ℓ., xlvi, 104, [17] p. front. (facsim) 23 cm.
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