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Hertfordshire folk lore, by W. B. Gerish. Republished with an introd. by W. Branch Johnson
Bib ID 1914043
Format BookBook
Author
Gerish, W. B. (William Blyth)
 
Description [East Ardsley, Eng.] S.R. Publishers, 1970 
1 v. (various pagings) illus. 22 cm. 
ISBN 0854095829
Full contents
  • A Hertfordshire St. George.
  • A Hertfordshire Robin Hood.
  • The Mayers and their song.
  • A Hertfordshire witch.
  • The Hertfordshire wonder.
  • The severall practices of Johane Harrison and her daughter.
  • Hock-tide at Hexton.
  • The "wicked Lady Ferrers."
  • John Kellerman, the "last of the alchemists."
  • The "maid of the mill."
 
Notes

"Originally published in Bishop's Stortford as eighteen separate pamphlets, those of known date being published between approximately 1905 and 1915."

Subjects Folklore -- England -- Hertfordshire.  |  Hertfordshire (England) -- Social life and customs.

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