Dalton

Dalton Magna, Dalton Parva,

Dalton Brook.

A Personal Website by

John Doxey.

Main Photo Content Jonathan Dabbs

 

 

This site guide is the only page on this site with links to all pages, the site has now been divided into categories.

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Dalton Home


Site Guide


HISTORY


For help in definitions of old legal terms used on the history pages see Definitions on this site


Dalton History 1


Roman to Norman


Villata De Dalton


15th Century


16th Century


17th Century


18th Century


Dalton Parva


Dalton Parva 2


Dalton Parva 3


Dalton Magna


Bill Brown the Poacher


Dalton Toll House


19th Century


20th Century


Dalton Brook


The Great War


Dalton History 3


Parish Council


Dalton 1990's


PEOPLE


Dalton Folk


1881 Census


1891 Census


Peter Oxley's 1950's


Anne's Dalton Parva


Michael Shaw


Allotts of Dalton


Wedding 1889


John Henry Green


Halford and Burgin


Mason Family


Blyton Family


Blyton Family 2


Arroyo Family


Eyre Family


Cox Family


O'Neill Family


STREETS


We'ers Tha Live  It is recommended to start here on the street section










CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS


Holy Trinity Church


Trinity Croft School


CLUBS AND PUBS


The Grapes Hotel


The Grapes Hotel 2


Progressive Club


Dean Brook


PHOTOS AND INFORMATION


Dalton Now


Reflections


Panorama 1


Panorama 2


Panarama 3


The West Family Photos


West Photos Page 2


The Luis Arroyo Collection


The Luis Arroyo Collection pg 2


Carver at large


Dalton Revisited


Messages


Local Links


Guest Book


OTHER SITES BY JOHN DOXEY


Thrybergh


Ravenfield


Silverwood Mine


St Peters Conisbro'

ROTHERHAM FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY

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Seeking help locating local records, then try here, its the site to visit and like most family history groups the Rotherham Branch is a friendly helpful bunch of people.

 

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