White, Gail M. Etton - A Village Of East Riding.
Etton is a village at the southern end of the Yorkshire Wolds and about five miles north-west of Beverley, the historic East Yorkshire town. Gail White's book outlines in a very readable way the history of the village, from the settlements in the Bronze Age till very recent years. A good selection of photographs and pictures, both colour and black-and-white, together with illuminating extracts from historical documents give a vivid picture of life in the village through the ages. Hutton Press has once again produced a well-presented local-interest book (sixty pages) that will be an attractive and an informative addition to the library of anyone interested in East Yorkshire life.
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Author: White, Gail M.
Title: Etton - A Village of the East Riding
Published: East Yorkshire (ENGLAND): The Hutton Press Ltd.
Description: 60 p.; photographs; 8x8 inches.
Notes: Soft cover. Text is supplemented by about 50 photographs, some in colour. Contains photo of page from original Etton Parish Register showing entry recording baptism of John Lothropp at St. Mary's Church, Etton in 1584.
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