Yorkshire CD books

Old and rare Yorkshire books on CDrom

photograph of the book
Thornton le Dale
by Reginald W. Jeffery, MA
and
The Evolution of an English town (Pickering, Yorkshire)
by Gordon Home

CD ROM version
produced by Colin Hinson ©

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Price £12 post paid to your door,
anywhere in the world

For sample pages, please see the links to the Acrobat (pdf) files given below.

The data on this CD rom is computer searchable.


Navigation of the book on the CD rom is enhanced by the use of "Active Links" in the contents pages.

The Evolution of and English Town (Pickering in Yorkshire) by Gordon Home:

This book contains around 300 pages, along with numerous photographs, drawings and a small map. It describes the area from pre-historic times, through the Roman, Saxon, Norman and "royal" periods up to 1905.

In order to give you an idea of the information in the book the following items are available here on line:

Thornton le Dale by Reginald W. Jeffery, MA :

This book of over 350 pages is divided into three sections: the history of the people, the history of the Manors and the appendix. The full title of the book is: Thornton le Dale, Being the History of the People of Thornton, Ellerburn-cum-Farmanby, Roxby, Dalby, and Thornton Marishes from the earliest times to the present day. The book contains lots of names, and a huge index.

In order to give you an idea of the information in the book the following items are available here on line:

The above Acrobat files were extracted from the CDrom and shows the quality of the images. You will need at least version 5 of Acrobat to open this file. If you do not have an up to date version please go to the Adobe web-site to obtain a free version of Acrobat Reader.

Contents of "The Evolution of an English Town".

List of illustrations for "The Evolution of an English Town".


Contents of "Thornton le Dale".


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