4 edition of Halifax cavaliers and the Heptonstall roundheads found in the catalog.
Halifax cavaliers and the Heptonstall roundheads
Includes bibliographical references (p. ).
|Statement||David Shires with Sheila King ; illustrated by Geoff Leathley.|
|LC Classifications||DA415 .S55 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 93,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||94147428|
A force of some roundheads advanced from their garrison at Heptonstall on the advanced Cavalier outpost at Sowerby Bridge (the Cavaliers were occupying Halifax at this time). After a furious hand-to-hand skirmish, the bridge was taken; 3 cavaliers were killed & 42 prisoners taken. Some local associations with the Civil War include the children of Henry Cockcroft Battle of Adwalton Moor, Blackstone Edge, Bloody Field, Siege of Bradford, Decimation, The Halifax Cavaliers & the Heptonstall Roundheads, Battle of the Hollins, Battle of Marston Moor, Old Bank, Battle of Slaughter Gap, Battle of Sowerby Bridge, Capture of.
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As usual, Christopher Hibbert conveys his thorough research of historical sources in a highly readable way in this book about Britain's Civil Wars between and ' He guides us through the complex tangle and turmoil, which resulted in a horrendous loss of life and cruel behaviour hardly imaginable in the UK today, but, sadly, evident in many other parts of the world at this very moment/5.
Thanks to Robert of Preston for the loan of this rare book. 16/ The Halifax Cavaliers and Heptonstall Roundheads by David Shires and Sheila King.
An excellent little account of the struggle between Royalist and Parliamentarian forces across the Pennines in late The Halifax Cavaliers & the Heptonstall Roundheads David Shires & Sheila King. The story of the Civil War in the district Published by Puritan  Halifax Corporation Tramways Eric Thornton & Stanley King.
A history of the tramways in Halifax. Published by Light Railway Transit Association, Scarborough  ISBN: X. In November a royalist army travelled the upland road from Halifax through the night and gathered at the river’s edge in Hebden Bridge.
In Heptonstall taking up siege positions, were around roundheads led by Colonel Bradshaw. Bradshaw and the roundheads knew the local terrain. Thanks to Robert for the loan of this rare book. 16/ The Halifax Cavaliers and Heptonstall Roundheads by David Shires and Sheila King. An excellent little account of the struggle between Royalist and Parliamentarian forces across the Pennines in late the books Written by Natives and Residents, Ancient and Modern, of the Parish of Halifax (Stretching from Todmorden to Brighouse), with Notices of Their Authors and of the Local Printers; comprising materials for the Local and Literary History of the Parish, including Antiquity, Genealogy, Biography, Topography, Natural History, Scientific Research, Political and Economic Progress, Parliamentary and.
Buy Halifax Cavaliers and the Heptonstall Roundheads First Edition by Shires, David, King, Sheila, Leathley, Geoff (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(5). Heptonstall is a hilltop village about 8 miles west of Halifax, at a height of ft above sea-level, on a plateau between Hebden Water and Colden Clough.
The name is recorded as Heptone in Domesday Book, Heptonstall , Hebtonstall , Hemsall , and Hepenstall . The name Heptonstall has been said to mean hill-top military station but, more likely – using the elements.
"Cavaliers and Roundheads" is the story of the English Civil War of between King Charles I and Parliament which lead to the beheading of Charles on Janu and the installation of Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector. The book is well written and tends to present the story by: 2.
Cavaliers and Roundheads: English at War, This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book. Heptonstall was the scene of a battle and siege during the Civil War - you may even see a Roundhead on a horse riding around near the pub.
The White Lion can be found further up the street. About this Item: Published in Halifax by the Puritan Press First Published, The Halifax Cavaliers and the Heptonstall Roundheads King, Sheila; Shires, David Published by Puritan Press, Halifax, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom ().
The strong cavaliers from Halifax, under the command of Sir Francis Mackworth, massed at Hebden Bridge, where violent storms had turned the river into a torrent. Above them Colonel Bradshaw and.
Review: Cavaliers and Roundheads: The English Civil War, User Review - Allen - Goodreads. Solid and straightforward chronological history of the English Civil War. Good overview, but if you're looking for in-depth analysis, you need to do more reading. Read full review3/5(1).
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£ Subjects. Book/Printed Material The Halifax cavaliers and the Heptonstall roundheads / Includes bibliographical references (p.).THE ARMY LISTS OF THE ROUNDHEADS AND CAVALIERS.
By: Peacock, Edward. (edited.) A Focus Book. Hardback; foxing to edge of pages otherwise good in marked dustjacket. ; THE HALIFAX CAVALIERS AND THE HEPTONSTALL ROUNDHEADS.
By: Shires, David. Price: £ Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Cavaliers & roundheads: the English Civil War, Item PreviewPages: