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- 20 December 2015
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We are delighted to announce the publication of the first Bishops' House guidebook. Building upon established research, the book reflects recent discoveries that have brought us closer to a view of how the house looked five hundred years ago, and how it changed with extensions and demolitions over the years.
An up-to-date account is given of the many families who lived at Bishops' House; the Blythes who owned the building in its earliest days, the Roebucks and Shore family and the tenant farmers who lived in it and farmed the land from the eighteenth through to the late nineteenth century.
For anyone interested in Bishops' House, local history, architectural history and Sheffield history, this book should have something of interest. An ideal gift and available to buy at Bishop's House for only £5