Serlby Hall: Farworth Green was located due west

A Lost Village

At one time in the parish of Blyth, north Notts, later in the parish of Styroup.

First record to the village appears to date from the time of Richard I (1232) and the last is in the Farworth Green tithe award of c.1840.

Farworth Green was the name given to there or four fields due west of Serlby Hall.

There is no Farworth mentioned in the 1832 county directory.

This page was added by Website Administrator on 05/11/2020.
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Interesting. What are your sources?

I'm under the impression that Farworth stood east of the river. See the last paragraph concerning Serlby of,

Jacks, L (1881); The Great Houses of Nottinghamshire and the County Families;



By Ludethedude Michalek
On 17/11/2020

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