Tag: history

New edition of “Milton through Time, From Stone Age to Science Park”

A new edition of the book ‘Milton through Time, From Stone Age to Science Park’ has been published. Written by Milton’s Archaeological Warden Derek Booth, the new edition of the book has extra details about the village in the two World Wards, the Science Park and also further archaeological finds supporting the Anglo-Saxon origins of […]

New Historic Maps

We have just updated our A History of Milton in Maps to add two new maps: a 6″ to 1 mile map from the turn of the last century and a 1:25K map from just post World War 2. Both of these are based on screen shots of the rather excellent National Library of Scotland […]

Lorraine Whyley

Lorraine Whyley, née Townsend and great, great granddaughter of William Easy and Sarah Ann Coulson (the last three of which are, collectively, family names very familiar in the village) came to Milton on 20th November and found three graves of members of her family. She would like to thank all the ladies of the under […]

Milton through Time

A new paperback book on Milton called Milton through Time, ‘From Stone Age to Science Park’ by Derek Booth the Parish Archaeological Warden for Milton has just been published. The book deals with a review of all the archaeology of Milton in relation to the evolution of the village, its landscape changes, people, buildings notably […]

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