A GLANCE AT THE HISTORY OF STOKESLEY
George Markham Tweddell - From A People's History of Cleveland and its Vicinage.
|Tweddell & Sons, Stokesley c1880 (next to Hovis shop)|
This is a pdf file of his article on Stokesley, starting with the Domesday Book taking us through the origin of the name through the ancient history through the changing crafts and industries in the town and the arrival of the railway mentioning along the way GMT's great grandfather - Horatio Tweddell, who at 18, and a sailor, was the ring leader of a group of anti-papists who were caught pulling the tiles off the local Catholic church.
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