Francis Redfern's History of the town of Uttoxeter . The Full Text of this fantastic book is available online having been digitised by Google as part of its Google Books programme - I've reproduced the contents here, but see and search the full text here
Introductory Remarks—Natural Scenery—Interesting Geologi-
cal Notice—Etymology of Uttoxeter.
Distinguished Persons :—Thomas Alleyn—Dr. Lightfoot—Sir
Syiuon Degge—Lord Gardner—Mary Howitt—Samuel
Bsntley—Captain Astle—Edward Rudyard, &c.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
(The whole of the Illustrations are by Mr. Llewellyun Jewitt, I'.S. A.)
Plan Of Uttoxeter, From " Lightfoot's Survey."
Lord Gardner's House.
Birth-p'lace Op Maby Howitt.
Samuel Bentley's House.
Uttoxeter Old Church, Now Taken Down.
Altar Tombs, Uttoxeter Church.
Remains Found At Sudbury.
Portrait Of Thomas Allen.
Norman Pitcher, With Arms Of Ferrars.
Seal Of Robert De Ferrars.
Traders' Token, William Cartwrigut.
, Eobekt Gilbert.
, William Lathrop.
, Jeffrey Power.
, William Wakelin.
The White Bear Inn.
Dr. Johnson And Captain Astlz.
Autograph Of Samuel Bentlky.
Celtic Cinerary Urn, Toot Hill.
Roman Urn, Toot Hill.
Vessel, High Wood .
Checkley, " Danish Monuments."
Kingston Old Church.
Roce8ter, Incised Slab.
Rocester " Frame Yard." , Spear Head.
TORljUE, FROM NEEDWOOD FOREST.
TISSINGTON—THE " HALL WELL."
TISS1NGTON— THE " TOWN WKLL."
ANCIENT HUNTING HORN.