History Group publications for sale

Dawley Archive
Dawley Archive

Dawley History Group publications for sale

 

“A Dawley Wench” By Ann Rickus £4

 

The group had 20 copies printed but 14 sold Immediately so there is only 6 left. 
“A Dawley Wench” By Ann Rickus £4
 
The group had 20 copies printed but 14 sold Immediately so there is only 6 left. 

 

The Pit Mounds of Dawley: - A brief description of the spoil tips in the Dawley Area.- Price £3

The Simmons Family - Cordwainers :- The story of the Simmons family and their possible
connection with the manufacture of the case ball that was used in the football game played on
the Western Front at Pont Rouge on Christmas Day 1914.- Price £3
 
 
William Henry (Fatty) Foulkes:- The first goalkeeper and captain of Chelsea Football Club
born at Old Park. This is the story of his early life, his place of birth and other members of his
family.- Price £4
 
 
Monumental Inscriptions of the Baptist Church, Dawley Bank.- Price £3
 
 
We are getting reprints “Dawley’s Lost Generation” by Dave Shaw.
 
 
If you wish to purchase any of the books please email me so I can arrange delivery, 
this will be free in the Telford area. 
 
Contact me at: -  [email protected] 
If you wish to purchase any of the books please email me so I can arrange delivery, 
this will be free in the Telford area. 
 
Contact me at: -  [email protected] 
 
William Henry (Fatty) Foulkes:- The first goalkeeper and captain of Chelsea Football Club                    
born at Old Park. This is the story of his early life, his place of birth and other members of his              
family.
The Simmons Family - Cordwainers :- The story of the Simmons family and their possible                    
connection with the manufacture of the case ball that was used in the football game played on             
the Western Front at Pont Rouge on Christmas Day 1914.
The Simmons Family - Cordwainers :- The story of the Simmons family and their possible                    
connection with the manufacture of the case ball that was used in the football game played on             
the Western Front at Pont Rouge on Christmas Day 1914