3 edition of Smyth of Nibley papers found in the catalog.
Smyth of Nibley papers
Gloucestershire County Library.
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|Statement||[Gloucestershire County Library].|
|Series||Local history sources ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||DA690.B49 G57 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||79301002|
Page 1 of the Inventory of George Thorpe estate, Smyth of Nibley papers, – Manuscript, (Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations; photo, Diana Davies.). Included in this volume are manuscripts from two collections that are unique. The 'Smyth of Nibley' papers give the history of a single settlement, called Smyth's (or Smith's) Hundred, that is typical of the various hundreds of the colony. They extend from February 3, /19, to August 1, , Range: $ - $
SMITH (SMYTH), John (), of Warrens Court, North Nibley, Glos. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, Family and Education. The papers of John Smyth of Nibley have proved an invaluable resource for historians studying Gloucestershire in the late Elizabethan and early Stuart period. So important are these papers, that it appears no coincidence that William Bradford Willcox's influential study of the county covered the period.
Records of the Virginia Company of London," the text, from the manuscript in the While the Court Book of the Virginia Company, published as Volumes I and II "Smyth of Nibley" papers give the history of a single settlement, called Smyth's (or Smith's) Hundred, that File Size: 6MB. Address and Telephone Books (1) Baby Books (1) Chelsea Notebooks (19) Panama Notebooks (81) Portobello Notebooks (24) Premier Notebooks (10) Sketchbooks (2) Soho Notebooks (31) Travel Journals (1) Wafer Notebooks (17) Wedding Planners (2) Wee Notebooks (3) Close.
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John Smyth (), from Nibley in Gloucestershire, England, was one of the original promoters of plantations and settlements in the second Virginia colony in North America. He was the author of "Lives of the Berkeleys".
Collection consists of letters and documents relating to the settlement of Virginia from tocollected by John Smyth. Smyth of Nibley papers (Local history sources) Paperback – January 1, by Gloucestershire County Library (Author)Author: Gloucestershire County Library.
SmythPapers. Virginia papers, The manuscript coll'ns ofJohn Smyth Nibley Gloceslt:r!>h., the author of the. Lives of the Berkclcys," onc of theoriginal Adventurers in promotion of plantations and settlements in the second Virginian colony.
With some papers of later date added. The above title in modern handwriting is prefixed to aFile Size: KB. John Smyth The Younger of North Nibley and His Papers.
An original article from the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society [Russell Howes] on. Genre/Form: Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gloucestershire County Library. Smyth of Nibley papers.
[Gloucester]: The Library, John Smyth the Younger of North Nibley and His Papers By RUSSELL HOWES Introduction John Smyth the younger (–92) of North Nibley was the son of John Smyth the Gloucestershire historian.
The elder John Smyth (–) was author of The Lives of the Berkeleysand compiler of Men and Armour for Gloucestershire in These works were left byFile Size: KB. The Complete Book of Emigrants, About this book It is, perhaps, necessary to emphasise that the content is exclusively taken from English (as opposed to Irish, Welsh, Scottish or American) records.
The one possible exception is the collection known as the Smyth of Nibley Papers, originally part of the Cholmondley MSS before. Smyth, John, Call number *ZL Physical description.5 linear feet (2 boxes) Preferred Citation Smyth of Nibley papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library Repository Manuscripts and Archives Division Access to materials Advance notice required.
Request access to this collection. Buy Smyth of Nibley papers (Local history sources/Gloucestershire County Library) by Gloucestershire County Library (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gloucestershire County Library. The "Smyth of Nibley" papers give the history of a single settlement, called Smyth's (or Smith's) Hundred, that is typical of the various hundreds of the colony.
They extend from February 3, /19, to August 1,inclusive. These papers are all in the New York Public Library. Eight pages of typescript which contain copies of parts of articles from the Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, plus a list of references pertinent to the Smyth family papers.
The articles quoted are concerned with the Smyth family of Nibley, England; possible American descendents in New England, New York, and Virginia; and relations between.
SMITH (SMYTH), John (), of Warrens Court, North Nibley, Glos. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, Available from Cambridge University Press.
George Thorpe and the Berkeley Company: A Gloucestershire Enterprise in Virginia Jamestown John Smyth June Kingsbury Kingsbury III Lady Dale later letter Library Lord March Margaret married massacre mentioned natives Nibley Papers NYPLB Oldisworth Opechancanough Pory Powhatan recorded reference relating Revd Richard Berkeley sailed.
John Smith (antiquarian, born ) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Nibley, the Seat of George Smyth, Esq., by Jan Kip, John Smith (–) of North Nibley in Gloucestershire, was an English lawyer and antiquary and was the genealogist of the Berkeley family.
He served as a Member of Parliament for Midhurst in Sussex from to Information about North Nibley over the years, which has been collected and presented by members of the historical society.
John Smyth. John Smyth the Younger of North Nibley and His Papers by R Howes. A long paper on John Smyth of North Nibley.
Wotton Road. Information on Wotton Road and Tyndales Monument. Church, School and Nibley House. THE N.R.A. The Unauthorized History By Frank Smyth Read by the author The long and complicated history of the powerful gun rights organization known as the National Rifle Association merits a.
John Smyth () built the Jacobean part of Nibley House in He is a notable historical figure as he was the steward and biographer of the Berkeley family who were large landowners. The numerous books that he wrote are highly regarded by current historians and widely quoted as they accurately portray social conditions of that time.
Smyth, family of North Nibley; Smyth Papers NRA Smyth 6: misc Smyth family papers. Folger Shakespeare Library.
Z.e.1 NRA Smyth 7: 17th centth cent: Gloucs papers and corresp of John Smyth. Smyth of Nibley papers Smyth, John, [ Microform, Book: ] This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 52,) Gloucester, from to ; with a description of the hundred of Berkeley and of its inhabitants / by John Smyth of Nibley Smyth, John, [ Book, Microform: ].
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Get this from a library! Berkeley Hundred in Virginia, from Smyth of Nibley ms. (New York Public Library) etc. [New York Public Library.;].LETTERS and papers, public and private, collected by John Smyth, of Nibley, and his family, chiefly relating to co. Gloucester; xviiith cent.
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