A Brief History of Wedmore is a very short book that covers the entire history of Wedmore up until the mid 's. It was written by W. Marston Acres, a resident of Wedmore. Pills, Potions And Plasters is a book written by William G. Hall about Wedmore's Dr. John Westover, who practiced medicine from to Pills, Potions And Plasters makes a great companion to the next book, Dr. Westover's Journal. Photo Books - Wedmore Explore and buy nostalgic books about the Wedmore area Everything Old Photos Old Maps Books Memories Nearby Places; Glastonbury Photographic Memories. Wells Photographic Memories. Wells - A History and Celebration. Around Bridgwater Photographic Memories. Weston-super-Mare - A History and Celebration. Weston-super-Mare. Wedmore – More Wedmore Past (Hazel Hudson) A pictorial history of the parish of Wedmore, from the late s to the end of the Second World War. Contains over photographs, with many of the individuals named. 81 pages. Wedmore: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Wedmore. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Browse 30 photo books on Wedmore and the surrounding area. See All Books Memories of Wedmore Read and share your memories of Wedmore itself or of a particular photo of Wedmore.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Preface signed: S. H. A. H. (i.e. Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey) OCLC number: ocm WW1 History Book. Octo pcsaxon 0. I am delighted to report that ‘The Isle of Wedmore Remembers the First World War, ’ has finally been published! This -page long soft back book is based on research carried out in local and national archives, as well as photographs, artefacts and letters donated by the local. Wessex, also known as the Kingdom of the West Saxons, was a large and influential Anglo-Saxon kingdom from to AD. From its humble beginnings through to the most powerful kingdom in the land, we trace its history from Cerdic, the founder of Wessex, through to his distant descendants Alfred the Great and Æthelstan who were responsible for defeating invading Viking hordes and uniting. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Preface signed: S. H. A. H. (i.e. Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey) OCLC number: ocmPages:
Wedmore, a village and a parish in Somerset. The village stands on a rising-ground 3 miles from Draycott station on the G.W.R., and 5 S of Axbridge. It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Weston-super-Mare. It is nominally a borough governed by a portreeve, and has two annual fairs. The Peace of Wedmore is a term used by historians for an event referred to by the monk Asser in his Life of Alfred, outlining how in the Viking leader Guthrum was baptised and accepted Alfred as his adoptive father. Guthrum agreed to leave Wessex and a "Treaty of Wedmore" is often assumed by historians to have existed. This is however not the case, although there is a document not . The banns-books begin in , but many years are missing. Index No. 3 is an index to all the places mentioned in the Marriage Registers. Hamlets and parts of Wedmore itself I have excluded. Places mentioned only in the extracts from the banns-book are also excluded. Full text of "The Wedmore chronicle [ed. by S.H.A. Hervey].See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.