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Etymology[ edit ] The root of the first part may be the word "gold" rather than Guilda society or meeting of tradesmen: Local historians with an interest in toponyms cite the lack of gold in the region's sedimentary rocks and have suggested that the mention of "gold" may refer to golden flowers found by the ford itself,  or the golden sand;  several older sources such as Lewis's topological dictionary of prefer and give an unreferenced assertion there was a guild.
The settlement was most likely expanded because of the Harrow Way an ancient trackway connecting the ancient cities of Winchester and Canterbury crosses the River Wey by a ford at this point. Alfred the Great referred to the town in his will. Its Domesday assets were: A major purpose of Norman castle building was to overawe the conquered population.
Guildford was, at that time, at the edge of Windsor Great Park. The north end was extended in and the Council Chamber was added in In a projecting clock was made for the front of the building: InDerrick made a legal deposition that contains the earliest definite reference to cricket being played anywhere Open field farming system monty python the world.
This is preserved in the "Constitution Book" of Guildford. On Monday, 17 January old style date, with the new year reckoned as 25 March, and thus by modern reckoninghe bore written testimony as to a parcel of land in the parish of Holy Trinity in Guildford which, originally waste, had been appropriated and enclosed by one John Parvish to serve as a timber yard.
John Derrick was then aged 59 and his testimony confirms that cricket was being played by children in Surrey c. It is sited at the top end of the High Street, opposite Holy Trinity church.
The brick-built, three-storey entrance tower faces the church; a grand stone archway leads into the courtyard. On each corner of the tower there is an octagonal turret rising an extra floor, with lead ogee domes.
This allowed Guildford businesses to access the Thames at Weybridge by boat, and predated the major canal building program in Britain by more than a century. In the navigation was extended as far as Godalming and in to the sea near Arundel via the Wey and Arun Junction Canal and the Arun Navigation.
The Basingstoke Canal also was built to connect with the Wey navigation, putting Guildford in the centre of a network of waterways. Post-Industrial Revolution[ edit ] The Chilworth gunpowder works operated right through the Industrial Revolution, and transported much of its wares through Guildford and its toll paid[ clarification needed ] canal network.
InActs were passed for making two railways from Guildford: The Guys would mass on the edge of the town from daybreak on Guy Fawkes Nightwearing masks or bizarre disguises and armed with clubs and lighted torches. At nightfall they would enter the town and avenge themselves on those who had crossed them in the preceding year by committing assaults and damaging property, often looting the belongings of victims from their houses and burning them on bonfires in the middle of the street.
In later years attempts to suppress the Guys led to the deaths of two police officers. In and the Guys were dispersed by cavalry and this seems to have brought an end to the riots. Similar disorder surrounding the St Catherine's Hill Fair, held just outside the town on the Pilgrims' Way, was suppressed around the same time.
However, inthe brothers were persuaded to join the temperance movementand they poured their entire stock into the gutters of the High Street. Left with no livelihood, they converted their now empty shop into a dairy. Using a milk separatorthey bought milk from local farmers, and after extracting the cream and whey, sold the skim back to the farmers for pig feed.
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