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DUCHESS OF PORTLAND - Born 7 September 1863, Winifred Anna Dallas-Yorke, was the only daughter of Thomas and Francis Dallas-Yorke.

NOTTINGHAM'S DEAF HERITAGE -Nottinghamshire Deaf Society (NDS) was formed in 1890 to support the Deaf Community ...

SUTTON-IN-ASHFIELD - The large historic parish of Sutton-in-Ashfield comprised the townships of Sutton-in-Ashfield and Huthwaite ...

BERRY HILL REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR MINERS - The Berry Hill Hall Rehabilitation Centre, the first of its kind was established in Mansfield in 1939. It came into existence in 1940 ...






Extract of Walkers' map of Nottinghamshire, 1836

 


the Market Place, Mansfield, c.1905

The Nottinghamshire Heritage Gateway is designed to provide a guide to the heritage resources of the county, and a history of Nottinghamshire featuring the latest research.

The information provided by the Gateway is arranged through a series of research pathways, organised into the following groups: places, people, themes and events. The pathways provide users with a brief overview of a subject area and a list of key resources for further research, arranged by type of source material.

The Gateway is being developed by The Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, and new pathways are added on a regular basis. Our thanks are due to the Millennium Festival Awards for All for a grant which has made development of the site possible.