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China cheese dish with lid, and beaker, both decorated with print of view of St. James Church. Descriptions on bases show that they were sold by H. Wixey. c.1910
Watercolour of The Martins, unknown artist (initials WAB) unknown date.
View towards Campden Church, watercolour by Florence Mare. Description of her life in Digital Archive Box F15.
A brass sign 40 x 25 cm, with embossed words ‘The Campden and District Farmers Co-operative Association Ltd’. Said to have been fixed to the office door at the cattle market behind the Noel Arms.
Sarah Ann BOND 1879
Mary Louisa EDGE 1884
Hellen Bakewell EDGE 1882
Susannah BLAKEMAN 1866
Francis George Wilkes HAINES 1874
Priscilla FREEMAN 1893. Buried at Mickleton
Annie Sophia GLADWIN 1901
William GLADWIN 1911
Ruth HARTLEY 1884
Jesse HELPS 1893
Sarah LANE 1874
Jane MANTON 1897
Eliza PEARSON 1906
Martha Anna Pile TANNER 1902
Robert ROBERTS 1862
Anne Elizabeth ROBERTS 1899
Robert STANLEY 1865
Eliza STANLEY 1877
Ann TOMBS 1879
Andrew Herbert WIXEY 1888
Memorial scroll and letter from King George V sent to the family of Harold Ashwin after his death in WWI.
Typed extracts of news from Evesham Journal 1934-1992, inc.
Campden on Air, Broadway or Campden, Harvest Home, Have a Go
Teapot, Campden Wonder, Any Questions, Film extras, Franchise Affair,
Owen MD, Miss Marple, Down your Way
Extracts from the records of the Petty Sessions, of Campden people convicted of petty crimes. 1816-1837.
Descriptions of three uncatalogued boxes of Gainsborough estate information in Gloucestershire Archives ref D329 Accession no 896, 869, 686. 842, 2922
Mortgages etc 1707 – 1881
Sources of information about Charles H. Gardiner, writer of radio play for the BBC in 1930-40s. Wrote plays about Upper Slocombe with Campden men as actors. Information on Worcestershire Record Office.
Two documents about Poor Law – Bibliography of Old Poor Law; Poor Law documents of Chipping Campden by J James
Portraits of almshouse people – notes made about their life histories 1800s