Quorn Families and People
Apart from the famous local names such
as Farnham, Warner, Cradock and Firr; this site has plenty of interesting
snippets concerning village folk. You can also use the search box
on the upper right hand side to look for a family surname which interests
you. We would like to expand this section, so if you can supply information
about your family in Quorn, we would be pleased to publish it here.
Total: 692 artefacts returned over 70 pages
| Fundraising for Quorn Church Rooms - garden fete accounts, 1923 to 1927|
The Church Rooms were built in 1929, but the construction was preceded by several years ...... cont.
| The death of Joseph Adcock, Quorn 1867|
Joseph Bexton Adcock was born in Quorn in 1827, and died from an accident at work, aged ...... cont.
| Press Cutting, 6th May 1955 - Quorn Bowlers Open the Season|
The first wood of the new season is sent down on a Quorn green. The scene is Quorn Mills ...... cont.
| Quorn Grammar School (Rawlins) Admissions Register, 1900 to 1914|
Rawlins School Admissions Register from September 1900 to September 1914, contains 242 ...... cont.
| Meeting Street, Quorn|
As the years go by and as Quorn Village On-line Museum continues to grow, it becomes ...... cont.
| The Farnham Monuments: Myths, Legends and Family Fables|
This research was carried out by Moira Ackers from Loughborough, and published by The ...... cont.
| Pillings Lock, Quorn|
Pillings Lock is in the Parish of Quorn, to the north-east of the village itself, and is ...... cont.
| Video: Wrights - Weaving Narrow Fabrics in Quorn since 1860|
Wrights factory has been in Quorn since the 1860s and continues to thrive today. This ...... cont.
| Letter from Henry Balguy, from boarding school at Quorn, September 1835|
During the 19th century there were many private schools in Quorn. Sometimes they would ...... cont.
| Quorn photograph taken between 1905 and 1910|
This photograph was taken by William Shuttlewood in Quorn between 1905 and 1910. ...... cont.