Ancient Remains near Buxton

Ancient Remains near Buxton is in Prehistory.

Ancient Remains near Buxton. Being reprints of papers by the Rev. J. C. Cox, LL.D., F.S.A. ; John Ward, F.S.A. ; and W. H. Salt, regarding the Archæological explorations of Micah Salt (age 51). Collated And Extended by WM. TURNER, F. S. S. (Author of "The Ceramics of Swansea anil Nantgarw," etc.)

Ancient Remains near Buxton: Barrows

[From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, May 9th, 1895.]

John Ward, Esq., F.S.A., communicated the following account of some Barrows recently opened in the vicinity of Buxton, Derbyshire:-

During thei past year, two baiTOws in the vicinity of this well-known Derbyshire town were opened, with the results of great intei-est, viz., Grinlow and Thirkel-low Frith, by Mr. Micah Salt, of that place, and his son, both of whom have rendered great service to local archaeology in their excavations in Deep Dale Cave. ... I have personally inspected Grinlow.