Sherloge William : An account of a most inhumane and barbarous murder committed by one William Sherloge and his whore, upon the bodies of his own wife & child; : and how he sett his house on fire, was apprehended, and carried before Captain Evans, examined and committed to Cork-Goal. [sic] : Eniskean, December the 10th. 1700.; Ward, Richard.
Sherman John 1641 : A true relation of the lewd life and repentant death of one John Sherman, a tailour who lived in Taunton Dean in Somersetshire : being vainly led away by his brother in law to the sect of the Brotherhood, who after his recantation was chosen a preacher among their societie : inluring many after his owne idle opinions, with some chief points of his doctrine, being the first sermon he ever taught, to above an hundred people : who after he had continues for two years in his erroneous opinions, died in the true faith of the Church of England.
Shetland Scotland History Sources : Observations on, and causes of the particular connections that subsist betwixt the landholders of Shetland, and their tenants or fishers [electronic resource] : with some account of the fisheries of that country.; Native of Shetland.
Shetland Scotland Pictorial Works : George Washington Wilson in Orkney & Shetland : photographs from the George Washington Wilson Collection / [selection and text by] John S. Smith ; edited fot the Library Committee of the University of Aberdeen by Peter L. Payne.; Wilson, George Washington,