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Tom (not Thomas) William Beastall was a Yorkshireman. Works by Tom W Beastall. A North Country Estate. The Lumleys and Saundersons as landowners, 1600-1900, Phillimore & Co Ltd (1974). Born in, or near, Doncaster on 3 September 1931, he lived close to his birthplace for most of his life. According to the 1911 census and 1939 ID card ‘census’, his father, also Tom, was a joiner. The Agricultural Revolution in Lincolnshire, History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society of Lincolnshire History & Archaeology (1978). Tickhill: Portrait of an English Country Town, Waterdale Press, 1995. Portrait of an English Parish Church. St. Mary the Virgin, Tickhill, Yorkshire, c. 1990.
A North Country Estate the Lumleys and Saundersons as Landowners, 1600-1900. An Anecdotal History of Spittal. Martin, George; Pearson, William. Cleveland Ironstone Mines and Iron Industry. What the Soldiers Wore on Hadrian's Wall. Beastall, T. W. 1974. Robinson, H. Russell.
A North-Country Estate: The Lumleys and Saundersons as Landowners, 1600–1900 (1975), ch. viii. 22. Whomsley, Dennis, ‘A landed estate and the railway: Huddersfield, 1844–54’, Journal of Transport History, new series, ii (1974). 23. Gash,, Politics in the Age of Peel, xi. 10. Barrett, J. ‘The seaside resort towns of England and Wales’ (P. thesis, University of London, 1958); Perkin, H. ‘The social tone' of Victorian seaside resorts in the North-West’, Northern History, xi (1976). 24. Brook, Roy, The Story of Huddersfield (1968), 187.
W. Beastall, A North Country Estate: The Lumleys and Saundersons as Landowners 1600–1900 (1975). J. V. Beckett, ‘Regional Variation and the Agricultural Depression’, EcHR, 35 (1982). ‘The Expropriation of the English Peasantry in the Eighteenth Century’, EcHR, 9 (1956–7). M. Williams, ‘The Enclosure and Reclamation of Wasteland in England and Wales in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries’, TrIBG, 51 (1970).
Tom William Beastall has written: 'A North Country estate' - subject(s) . The cast of Ditto - 2008 includes: Phil Beastall as The Being Christopher Hatherall as Tom Emma Packer as Clare
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William LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON was born on month day 1769, at birth place, to Richard .
William LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON was born on month day 1769, at birth place, to Richard LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON and Barbara LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON (born Savile). Richard was born in May 1725, in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, Kingdom of Great Britain. Barbara was born circa 1730. William was baptized on month day 1769, at baptism place. He had 11 siblings: George Augustus LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON, Richard Savile LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON and 9 other siblings.