|LC Classifications||HD9929.2.G74 S73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||73156948|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Christie, Guy. Storeys of Lancaster, London, Collins, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Written by Guy Christie, the book tells the history of the firm of Storeys of Lancaster, established in , manufacturers of table baise and leathercloth. Illustrated with colour and b/w ck, bound in their own leathercloth, now heavily. Storeys of Lancaster CHRISTIE, Guy. Published by Collins, London, Condition: very good Hardcover. Save for Later. From Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB (New York, NY, U.S.A.) Books of "average" size might be sent overseas via Global Priority Airmail for $ each volume, but oversized or overweight books must be sent by other methods. STOREYS OF OLD Historical, Biographical and Genealogical Observations on the Storey and Story Family. Prominent Members of the same of the four Northern Counties - Northumberland, Cumberland, Durham and Westmorland, including the Branches settled in Lancaster and Furness.
Thomas Storey's philanthropic 19th century vision for the promotion of art, science, literature and technical instruction for the people of Lancaster lives on to this day. Now re-modelled and purpose-designed as a centre for the creative industries, The Storey hosts more than 20 innovative businesses and organisations. Page 8 - Yielding and paying therefor to us, our heirs and successors for the space of ten years to be computed from the date hereof the rent of one ear of Indian corn only on the 25th day of December annually, if lawfully demanded, the first payment to be made on the 25th day of December Isaac Storey, the father of the late Sir Thomas Storey, came to Lancaster in the year , when the ultimate founder of the Lancaster business was only ten years old. Isaac Storey's fore-elders sprang from the yeoman class, the family coming from Northumberland into Cumberland and Westmorland. The Lancaster County Historical Society has in its archive two sets of records which speak directly to the early African American community in Lancaster. Slave Registers, beginning around , covers Lancaster County. Mayor’s Register of Coloured Persons, also known as the Negro Entry Book, entries from , covers Lancaster City.
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