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Books about Lambley:
Lambley Viaduct by Robert Forsythe and Charles Blackett-Ord (Dec 1998)
Biography - Lambley, Peter (1946-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
Living in Lambley by J.M. Ellis, E. Dove and J. Mansfield (Jun 2007)
Lowdham, Lambley and Gonalston on Old Picture Postcards (Yesterday's Nottinghamshire) by David Ottewell (Aug 1998)
[ ROBYN LAMBLEY ] BY Surhone, Lambert M ( Author ) May - 2011 [ Paperback ] by Lambert M Surhone (May 19, 2011)
Lambley in Focus 2000 by Janet Bridgford, Josephine Ellis, Ann Crooks and etc. (Jan 29, 2000)
**REPRINT** Lambley, K. Rebillon (Kathleen Rebillon) The teaching and cultivation of the French language in England... by Lambley. K. Rebillon (Kathleen Rebillon)***NOTE: THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK*** (2010)
Wiki information Lambley:
Lambley is a small village near Nottingham, England and is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 by the name of Lambeleia. One of its most famous "children" was Lord Ralph Cromwell. Born in the village in 1394, he became the Lord Treasurer of...
Lambley, formerly known as Harper Town, is a village in Northumberland, England about 4 miles southwest of Haltwhistle.The village lies adjacent to the River South Tyne. The place name Lambley refers to the "pasture of lambs". Lambley used to be the...