2 edition of Some bye-paths of Staffordshire in our Woodland Quarter. found in the catalog.
Some bye-paths of Staffordshire in our Woodland Quarter.
Weston E. Vernon Yonge
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Cheers. Will go after a copy of the Byrne. A little bit off the North Staffs track, can also recommend Some Bye-Paths of Staffordshire in Our 'Woodland Quarter' () by Weston Vernon Yonge (was the Vernon Yonge Arms (as was) named after him?) - Battle of Blore Heath, Bishop's Woods, Civil War chicanery, Eccleshall stuff.
If you can get hold of a copy, the reprint of W Vernon Yonge () Some Bye-Paths of Staffordshire in Our Woodland Quarter has lots of folk tales, snippets of history eyc for that area.
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