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However, for completeness sake, if the place meets the first criterion but fails on one or more of the others, then it will at least appear here as a heading, so the reader will have some idea which places may "get the treatment" at some time in the future.
Heather Faulkes has published an interesting history of Mansfield.
She also gives details of the parish records available, including nonconformist records.
In addition she has published a description of Mansfield from Pigot's Commercial Directory of Nottinghamshire 1828-9.
Clive Henly has transcribed a description of Mansfield Woodhouse from White's Directory of Nottinghamshire 1853, which is now on the Genuki web site.
I have now created a set of 14 pages about Newark (with an old street map and an increasing number of photos).
C.R.J Currie and C.P.Lewis A Guide to English County Histories (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 1994), ISBN 0-7509-1505-6.
A. Room: Dictionary of British Place Names (1988), ISBN 1 85605 1775.
A.D. Mills: A Dictionary of English Place-Names (Oxford University Press, 1991, revised 1995), ISBN 0-19-869156-4.
A. Mee: The King's England - Nottinghamshire (Hodder and Stoughton, 1938).
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