Source:Greenwood, John Beswicke. Early Ecclesiastical History of Dewsbury in the West-Riding of the County of York

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Source The early ecclesiastical history of Dewsbury in the West-Riding of the county of York
including a sketch of the introduction of Christianity into Northumbria : to which are added, with notes, Dr. Whitaker's account of Dewsbury from his "Loidis and Elmete," and his dissertation on the origin and progress of domestic architecture from his "History of Whalley," and an account of the Savile family of Lupset, Thornhill, and Howley
Author Greenwood, John Beswicke
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Place Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
Surname Savile, Saville
Subject Church records
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Publisher J.R. Smith
Date issued 1859
Place issued London
Citation
Greenwood, John Beswicke. The early ecclesiastical history of Dewsbury in the West-Riding of the county of York: including a sketch of the introduction of Christianity into Northumbria : to which are added, with notes, Dr. Whitaker's account of Dewsbury from his "Loidis and Elmete," and his dissertation on the origin and progress of domestic architecture from his "History of Whalley," and an account of the Savile family of Lupset, Thornhill, and Howley. (London: J.R. Smith, 1859).
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