Somerset Books

A selection of books relating to Somerset.



East Brent Remembers The Great War

£6.15

East Brent Remembers The Great War

(Complied by John Rigarlsford)  Published by the East Brent Parish History Group, this book sets out to record as much information as could be found about all those from East Brent who served in the armed forces during the First World War, with those who died and those who returned in separate sections.  An introduction to the war and i... [more info]

Wanstrow, A History of

£13.40

Wanstrow, A History of

(ed Joyce Jefferson)  A story of both the parish and its history starting with a short account of the village location in prehistoric times through to Roman, Saxon and Norman times, followed by more detail thereafter.  Separate chapters deal with farming, industry, transport, churches and chapels, education, law and order, the world war... [more info]

Crewkerne - Sailcloth, Webbing and Shirts - The Crewkerne Textile Industry

£18.35

Crewkerne - Sailcloth, Webbing and Shirts - The Crewkerne Textile Industry

(Richard Sims)  An A4 bound presentation of the history of this vital local industry, as related to Crewkerne.  There are a large number of quality photographs, complimented by diagrams.  Includes a name index.  166 pages.  soft covers.  Over-the-counter price £15.00 ... [more info]

Frome in the Great War

£14.95

Frome in the Great War

(David Lassman)  Men from Frome and the surrounding area experienced action in all the theatres of war that the global conflict encompassed, and they took part in the numerous battles and campaigns, on land and sea, that have become synonymous with that conflict - Ypres, Gallipoli, Jutland and the Somme.  Frome's civilian population recei... [more info]

Weston-Super-Mare Through Time - Revised edition

£16.95

Weston-Super-Mare Through Time - Revised edition

(Stephen Butt)  Until the railways arrived Weston-super-Mare was a ‘town without a history’.  From a little fishing village with just a handful of houses, Weston grew into a major seaside resort in just under 100 years.  Over 180 pictures, arranged in a ‘then and now’ fashion so that direct comparisons may be made between today’s col... [more info]

Chinnock, West and Middle, The World War One Servicemen of - Remembering a Generation

£13.35

Chinnock, West and Middle, The World War One Servicemen of - Remembering a Generation

(Phil Nichols)  A detailed look at the lives of 86 servicemen who were born in, or who lived in, the village before or during the Great War.  In addition to the standard research sources for the period, the author has been able to contact the relatives of 56 of the men, and then use family recollections and photographs kindly suppli... [more info]

Yeovil History Tour

£8.55

Yeovil History Tour

(Robin Ansell & Jack Sweet)  This photographic history tour of Yeovil provides a glimpse of the town during the first half of the twentieth century, but above the more modern shop fronts of many of today’s buildings in the main streets the earlier Yeovil remains.96 pages.  Small format.  Soft covers.  Over-the-counter ... [more info]

Somerset & Dorset Railway Through Time, The

£16.95

Somerset & Dorset Railway Through Time, The

(Steph Gillett)  Although there are many book about this railway line, the author has managed to find some rare pictures of features along the route.  A recent photograph of each location is provided on the same page as the original.  96 pages.  Soft covers.  Over-the-Counter price £14.99... [more info]

Frome, The Historic Inns of

£12.50

Frome, The Historic Inns of

(Mick Davies & Valerie Pitt)   In this first book devoted to the history of Frome’s inns, the authors tell the story of over a hundred inns, ale houses, taverns, hotels and beerhouses in the town.  Grand coaching inns played a major role in the social, political and economic life of Frome, whilst backstreet beerhouses and wayside tave... [more info]

Frome - Experiences of a 19th Century Gentleman

£12.50

Frome - Experiences of a 19th Century Gentleman

(ed Derek Gill)  The Diary of Thomas Bunn of Frome.  An extensive introduction to the Bunn family is followed by diary extracts from the 1830s and 1840s.  196 pages.  Soft covers.  Over-the-counter price £10.00 ... [more info]

Frome - Crime and Punishment in Regency Frome

£5.15

Frome - Crime and Punishment in Regency Frome

(ed Michael McGarvie)  The journals of Isaac Gregory, Constable of Frome (1813–14 & 1817-18).  Includes photographs and a good index.  64 pages.  Soft covers.  Over-the-counter price £3.50 ... [more info]

Frome Through the Ages

£6.95

Frome Through the Ages

(Michael McGarvie)  An anthology of items extracted from original documents, to illustrate the life and activities of Frome from earliest times to the present century.  176 pages.  Soft Covers.  Over-the-counter price £5.00 ... [more info]

Frome, The Buildings of

£9.45

Frome, The Buildings of

(Rodney D Goodall)  A study of the development of Frome and its buildings over a period of more than 1300 years, including churches, inns, public building, commercial building and houses.  Includes 40 photographs.  149 pages.  Soft covers.  Over-the-counter price £7.50 ... [more info]

Frome, The Industries of

£8.65

Frome, The Industries of

(Rodney D Goodall)  The history of the rise and decline in the industries of the town.  Illustrated with over 50 photographs.  The book includes an index, which includes names of the people mentioned.  96 pages.  Soft covers.  Over-the-counter price £7.00... [more info]

Frome, Wiilow Vale

£9.65

Frome, Wiilow Vale

(Derek Gill & John Buckley)  Willow Vale (formerly known as Pilly Vale) is one of Frome’s most attractive streets.  In 1813, the date of an early map, it was a busy industrial area employing around 100 people.  The changes which have taken place over the last 200 years are described, and the story of some its inhabitants told.&nb... [more info]

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