Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context. Rod, Jean Fanthorpe.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.
Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.

Fanthorpe - People & Place / Fanthorpe - People and Place. How a Worldwide Family Developed from its Lincolnshire Locative Roots in its Social and Economic Context.

Tealby, Lincoln: Fanthorpe Publishing, 2013. First edition. Hardcover. ix, 322pp, illustrated with hundreds of photographs, in colour and monochrome, with family trees, and a 32-page index of names. Errata slip tipped in at the front. Half title inscribed 'with love and very best wishes', signed by the authors. Well produced, all fresh and as new. Fanthorpe was a district in the isolated north-west of the Parish of Louth, Lincolnshire, and this research into bearers of the Fanthorpe name was worked on over a period of 34 years by the authors, both keen genealogists. Written in a lively style, it engages closely with the circumstances of each person mentioned, in their historic setting. A considerable tome, A4 in size and 4.5cms thick, it is bound in untitled dark green buckram, with a glossy pictorial dust jacket, all very fresh. A scarce and impressive work. Fine / fine. Item #20131090
ISBN: 9780992724306

[EXTRA Heavy Book].

Price: £150.00

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