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Death of Mr Edward Rimell of Campden, newspaper cutting
Evesham Journal June 27 1936
The Re-opening of the Town Hall and Grand Ball 1898
Advertisement for re-opening by Earl of Gainsborough on April 20 1989 and ball with music by Malvern Rhine Band April 21 1989. Includes list of patrons of ball and ticket sellers.
Sir Baptist Hicks Almshouses Survey Elevations April 2007
Drawings by John Falconer Associates for Trustees.
Campden & District Family History Newsletter
July – September 2008: includes Scuttlebrook picture about 1954, excerpts from a Campden School girl’s diary 1959-1962, excerpts from Evesham Journal including July 18 1908 Sequel to a Motorcycle accident. October – December 2008 includes excerpts from a Campden School girl’s diary 1959, 1961 and 1962
Half-year Report to Awards for All URN: A4E/4/010278168
Campden District Family History Group
Fore's Sporting Notes and Sketches 1893
Printed magazine for the sporting fraternity. 1893. See article on ‘Broadway and the Berkeley Hounds’ p.171, which refers to William Higford Griffiths.
Notes for Guide to St. James Church
Notebook, containing description of parish church for church guide by Josephine Griffiths, possibly the one printed 1919 (see Box C4a)
St. James Parish Church: description by Josephine Griffiths
Handwritten description, by Josephine Griffiths, of the interior of St. James church, including a list of measurements.
Incumbents and Vicars of Campden
List, handwritten by Josephine Griffiths, of the incumbents and vicars of Campden parish church.
The Ecclesiastical Records of Campden
Handwritten transcription, by Josephine Griffiths, of Ecclesiastical Records relating to the history of Chipping Campden. Scanned copy of typewritten version in Digital Box 5.
Deeds relating to property owned by Scudamore Griffiths
Deeds relating to Bedfont House and Woolstaplers
Stories and Histories from Gloucestershire's Railways
November 2018 Before introducing the speaker, the Chairman, Bob Montgomery, gave a reading of Edward Thomas’s poem “Adlestrop” following which Tony ...
People on the move in Campden and District in the Middle Ages
Report of the talk on 18th October 2018 by Christopher Dyer, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Leicester ...
It is with great sadness that we report the death on 5th December of Jill Wilson, Vice-President of Chipping Campden ...
History of Chipping Campden - transcriptions by Josephine Griffiths
Hardback book of transcriptions of ecclesiastical and other records made by Josephine Griffiths, relating to the history of Chipping Campden. Some information is repeated in other documents created by her.
Josephine Griffiths' Explanation of the Design of the East Window
A selection of articles written by CCHS Vice-President, Jill Wilson for the Campden Bulletin. Jill, a long time member and former ...
The house built for Thomas Cotterell
The discovery of a very old photograph of the High Street provided the clue about the enlargement of the house ...
Useful sources of information
In the course of research – particularly our recent research into old Campden House – we have come across many ...
A new Booke for 5s 4d.
It was 1626; the churchwardens of St James’s Church were excited. An expensive new book had been bought, in which ...
Signpost 9, Autumn 2018
Contents Correspondence Some Childhood Memories of Campden Visits The Garden Club of America’s Pilgrimage to England in June 1929 What happened to the Wixeys ...
A Tudor Lord of the Manor
Now that Hilary Mantel has again won the Man Booker prize, perhaps we should wonder whether one of the past ...
In this Diamond Jubilee Year it seems appropriate to look back on visits to Campden by reigning monarchs. The list ...
Lady of the Manor
After the death of Sir Roger de Somery, Baron Dudley, in 1273, the manor of Campden had to be divided ...
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