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Fens and floods of mid-Lincolnshire

James Sandby Padley

Fens and floods of mid-Lincolnshire

with a description of the River Witham.

by James Sandby Padley

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Published by Akrill in Lincoln .
Written in English


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Contributor: Padley, James Sandby. The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire. with a Description of the River Witham and Its Improvements Up to with Maps, Etc - Scholar's Choice Edition James Sandby Padley 14 Feb Fens, The (England) -- Description and travel. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Broader terms: Fens, The (England) The fens and floods of mid-Lincolnshire, (Lincoln, C. Akrill, ), by James Sandby From an Original Manuscript, Contained in a Book Compiled by Robert of Swaffham, in the Possession of the Deam and Chapter.

Flood risk – the true story Much has been written recently about “Flood Risk” and Burton Waters in particular, is built on land which in the past has been subject to flooding. In his book ‘The Fens and Floods of Mid Lincolnshire’ published inJ.S. Padley, who was both County Surveyor of Lindsey and Surveyor of the Sewers of.

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Akrill, ), by James Sandby Padley The designe for the perfect draining of the great level of the fens, called Bedford level, lying in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingtonshire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and the isle of Ely as it was delivered to the honourable corporation for.

J S Padley in his book The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire with a description of the River Witham in its neglected state before and its improvements up to published in describes the East Fen as follows: This Fen has been a morass and bog from the earliest times, having a border of firmland on the edge of it next the old.

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Akrill, 13 H.E. Hallam, The New Lands of Elloe, University of Leicester Dept. of English Local History Occasional Papers no 6, ; idem, Settlement and Society. P.K. Horsburgh and M. Horritt, 'The Bristol Channel floods of reconstruction and analysis', Weatat p. Yet the late seventeenth century was the time when drainage engines were becoming common in the area (see later section) and there are still records of floods.

Brothertoft is a village in Lincolnshire, England, about 4 miles ( km) north-west from the market town of is part of the civil parish of Holland Fen with parish: Holland Fen with Brothertoft.

Padley, J S, The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire, (), Payne-Gallwey, R, The Book of Duck Decoys, () Roebuck, A, 'The Lincolnshire magazine' in Lincolnshire duck decoys, Vol. Vol 2, (), Other Parker, A, () Source: Historic England. book, on the " Fens and Floods of Mid- Lincolnshire " (a york that was published by subscription and so is not generally accessible), that I cannot do better than use, as far as possible, his Mr.

Padlev, whose kindly, ovçn words in dealing with the district. courteous manner Will be recalled by many of -as with pleasure. Floods Geojournal And - Yellow Taming Silt River The. $ Taming The Yellow River.

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The second edition of this plan was In Padley’s book The Fens and Floods of mid-Lincolnshire, with a description of the river Witham was published inThis records floods from the Trent which affected Lincoln in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as well as the improments to river Witham to make it navigable.

The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire to (7mb) The History of Lincolnshire Vol 2 (17mb) The History of the County of Lincoln Volume 1 (19mb) The Victoria History of The County of Lincoln Vol 2 (40mb) Transactions of the Lincolnshire Naturalists Union (2mb).

Books and journals Oldfield, E, Wainfleet and the wapentake of Candleshoe, () Padley, J S, The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire, (), Payne-Gallwey, R, The Book of Duck Decoys, () Roebuck, A, 'The Lincolnshire magazine' in Lincolnshire duck decoys, Vol.

Vol 2, (), Other Parker, A, (). The duck decoy at Skellingthorpe is the best preserved in the county. The complete layout and associated features survive as earthworks. It is thought to be one of the oldest decoys in Lincolnshire, and was in existence by when it was leased for a yearly rent of 16 pounds, 10 shillings, demonstrating the high income potential of the decoy.

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